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2 hour Arizona Desert Guided Tour on Teryx UTV
"The guided UTV tour begins approximately 45 minutes north of Phoenix in the Sonoran desert near the Agua Fria River Valley. This area amidst the beautiful Bradshaw Mountains is perfect for off-roading. There are creek crossings and places for wash riding ghost towns and abandoned gold mines as well as gorgeous views of the Arizona landscape. You’ll be accompanied by a certified guide with a vast knowledge of the plant life wildlife history and climate of the area. You can hear stories about the Native Americans who once farmed
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3 hour Arizona Desert Guided Tour by Teryx UTV
"The guided UTV tour begins approximately 45 minutes north of Phoenix in the Sonoran desert near the Agua Fria River Valley. This area amidst the beautiful Bradshaw Mountains is perfect for off-roading. There are creek crossings and places for wash riding ghost towns and abandoned gold mines as well as gorgeous views of the Arizona landscape. You’ll be accompanied by a certified guide with a vast knowledge of the plant life wildlife history and climate of the area. You can hear stories about the Native Americans who once farmed
From $222.00
 
3 Hour Arizona Desert Guided Tour by ATV
"The guided ATV tour begins approximately 45 minutes north of Phoenix in the Sonoran desert near the Agua Fria River Valley. This area amidst the beautiful Bradshaw Mountains is perfect for off-roading. There are creek crossings and places for wash riding ghost towns and abandoned gold mines as well as gorgeous views of the Arizona landscape. You’ll be accompanied by a certified guide with a vast knowledge of the plant life wildlife history and climate of the area. You can hear stories about the Native Americans who once farmed
From $222.00

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Chicago Hamburger Company: Hot Dog/Sliders to Slick Down

The menu was good enough to have some of it all. The deluxe hot dogs are $4-5 range, and the sliders 92 cents, but the burgers of larger 1/3 to 2/3 sizes is $4-6.55 prices. Fries are $2-3 more, and then drinks are about $2. So, the eat price would average about $10 by the time you get satisfied. That then gets to be high end for a fast food type.
If you feel like competing with White Castle fame of throwing down a bunch of cheap onion tasting burgers about the size of a half dollar, try 10 sliders for $8.50 after 4PM each day

Favorite Dish I liked the 2/3 pound burger a lot; tasty, and the fires were good.

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BruceDunning
Dec 28, 2010

Fastfood: In-N-Out Burgers

This is a typical fast food hamburger restaurant. The menu is somewhat limited, consisting of little more than a hamburger, cheeseburgeer, and fries, but it has gained a huge following by allowing patrons to order to their needs. (Trust me these restaurannts can be very crowded!) You can order a "6x6" if you want, a burger with six patties and six pieces of cheese. There are even certain styles of food you can request, for example, animal style fries come soaked with meat juices and cheese. The food is advertised as being high quality with hamburger meat that is never frozen, fries made straight from fresh potatoes, and real old-fashioned milkshakes. They try to be enviormentally friendly and wrap all the food in paper products rather than plastics or styrofoam. Another odd quirk is the scripture verses that they mark inobtrusively on the bottom of their wrappers and cups. Mine came marked "John 3:16" and "Nahum 1:7".

Favorite Dish The double double wasn't bad. But it tasted like any other fast food burger to me.

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Aaron7
Jun 11, 2004

Fuddruckers: Nothing Special

Well, let's start by saying it's overpriced. There is nothing spectacular about their burgers. The atmosphere with big screen TVs to watch is appealing. The place is clean and they have the modern soft drink dispenser (Nice). If I had no other options this place would be OK. But, something is wrong with BBQ when it's not cooked onto the meat. This is a big dislike with me. The meat must be cooked with the BBQ sauce; not just a few drops added to it like ketchup.

Pros-Nice restaurant atmosphere with large screens, full topping bar where you add your own lettuce, onions, tomatoes, etc. You can get up to a one pound burger.

Cons-BBQ not cooked with the meat, more expensive than other similar places.

Favorite Dish Standard Burger

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AVSENT
Feb 27, 2014

Fastfood: for kids

I didn't eat here but I guess any kid would like to go here...

Favorite Dish I don't know but kids eat for 99 cents... why can't they change these prices to $1 it's so annoying... It's the same in the UK with the 99p ...

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elmasri
Dec 30, 2003
 
 
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In-n-Out Burger

It's 2am, the wedding reception has been over for hours, and you're hungry.. where do you go??

In-n-Out Burger!!

They're clean, delicious at 2am, and staffed by well-paid friendly staff!

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