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    by AVG2319 Written Jul 28, 2007

    To learn about the history of Cave Creek visit the town's museum. It is not opened in the Summer. Also on the property is a cabin built in the 1920's to house TB patients.

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    by AVG2319 Written Jul 28, 2007

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    Frontier town is located centrally in Cave Creek. Essentially is old west buildings with nice little shops in them. The Satisfied Frog is located here as well.

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    by blueswave Written Sep 5, 2007

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    Good greasy spoon for Breakfast, good steak and potato saloon with plenty of Cowboys and local neighbors. Very relaxed and enjoy the new patio area. Great for a big gathering and children, and expect crowds especially bikers. A must for good food and great "wild west" atmosphere; Harold's has always been the center of Cave Creek activity.

    Favorite Dish: Pork Chops with potato and vegetables

    Miga Burritos (breakfast): YUM

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    by AVG2319 Updated Jul 28, 2007

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    Located in Frontier Town. Laid back old west restaurant with sawdust on the floor. Friendly staff, all u can eat specials,

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    by cpiers47 Written Dec 28, 2008

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    This really is a "hogan" - a Native American building. It's packed with gifts and jewelry - the jewelry being our reason for returning.

    What to buy: The owner keeps the hogan stocked with many varieties of turquoise stones in all different forms. I've been very pleased with the rings and necklaces I've purchased there. Turquoise is very fitting for the area and she carries interesting styles. If you only think of touristy mock jewelry, give this a try. The stones here are beautiful.

    What to pay: Many of the smaller pieces (bracelets, etc) are $5-$10. For larger pieces or those with more stones, prices start at $20 (for a turquoise necklace) and go up past $60.

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