Claim Jumper Restaurants

★★★★☆
  • 4905 S Virginia Street

    Reno, NV 89502

    Map & Directions
  • 775-829-0200

About Claim Jumper Restaurants

Categories
  • Restaurants
  • Traditional American Restaurants
  • Steakhouse Restaurants
  • Bars & Pubs
Details
  • Romantic Nightlife
  • $$
  • Business Dining
  • Family-Friendly Dining
  • Group Dining
  • Happy Hour
Hours
M-Th 11am-9:30pm, F-Sa 11am-10:30pm, Su 11am-9:30pm
Special Offer
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Emails
  • cjrn@ldry.com
Year Established
  • 1977
Keywords
  • Steak
  • Seafood
  • Restaurant
  • Brunch
  • Happy Hour
  • American
Products
  • Fish Tacos
  • Filet Oscar
  • Shrimp Fresca Pasta
  • Chocolate Motherlode Cake
  • Tri Tip Dip
Specialties
  • Black Tie Chicken Pasta
  • Widow Maker Burger
  • Three Cheese Potatocakes
  • Chinese Chicken Salad
  • Hearth Baked Pizza and Calzones
  • Country Fried Steak
  • Chicken Pot Pie
  • Ore Cart
  • Roasted Tri-Tip
  • Rotisserie Chicken
  • Steak and Shrimp
  • Vegetarian Selections
  • Gluten-Free Selections
  • Chocolate Motherlode Cake
  • Cream Cheese Pie
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Check
  • Cash
  • Diners Club
Services
  • Catering
  • Private Parties

Food

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After positive experiences at other Claim Jumper restaurants, we were looking forward to a nice dinner. I ordered the rotisserie chicken, and it was so dry that it wasn't really edible. After delivering our food, our waitress disappeared

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★★★★★

After positive experiences at other Claim Jumper restaurants, we were looking forward to a nice dinner. I ordered the rotisserie chicken, and it was so dry that it wasn't really edible. After delivering our food, our waitress disappeared

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BEWARE-FOOD POISONING at CHART HOUSE TAHOE!!!
On July 26, 2011 my 2 daughters and I went to the Chart House-Tahoe for my birthday dinner. I hadn't seen them for several days so there are no other common factors at play here. One daughter

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★★★★★

BEWARE-FOOD POISONING at CHART HOUSE TAHOE!!!
On July 26, 2011 my 2 daughters and I went to the Chart House-Tahoe for my birthday dinner. I hadn't seen them for several days so there are no other common factors at play here. One daughter

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No desserts that are no sugar added. Moderate food quality. Way too big of servings. (An appetizer could feed 3 people for their meal) expensive for the kind of food served. Servers were inattentive. My non diabetic party members (all childern) were asked about dessert in front of several (known to the servers) Diabetic (adults in my party) members.

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★☆☆☆☆

No desserts that are no sugar added. Moderate food quality. Way too big of servings. (An appetizer could feed 3 people for their meal) expensive for the kind of food served. Servers were inattentive. My non diabetic party members (all childern) were asked about dessert in front of several (known to the servers) Diabetic (adults in my party) members.

Pros: lots of food

Cons: service, price, food quality, Variety of food

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I'm not usually a big fan of chain resaurants, so my recent visit to Reno's Claim Jumper was a pleasant surprise. We went on a Saturday night and were seated immedately. The server quickly took our drink orders and had water on the table in the first 5 minutes.

I ordered the crab cakes and cedar plank grilled salmon... both were enjoyable. The crab cakes are lightly seasoned and browned; good but missing some kick if eaten alone. The cakes are served with two dipping sauces and fresh mixed greens. Both sauces were enjoyable, but could use just a touch less mayonaise. The greens helped to make the dish as they were fresh and crisp.

The salmon was seasoned nicely and cooked perfectly, topped with a mango salsa. The mountainous side of white rice could be toned down a bit, but a great, light dish overall.

Being new to the Reno area as Bay Area transplants, we've had some challenges in finding good eats, so Claim Jumper was certainly a relief.

2
★★★★☆

I'm not usually a big fan of chain resaurants, so my recent visit to Reno's Claim Jumper was a pleasant surprise. We went on a Saturday night and were seated immedately. The server quickly took our drink orders and had water on the table in the first 5 minutes.

I ordered the crab cakes and cedar plank grilled salmon... both were enjoyable. The crab cakes are lightly seasoned and browned; good but missing some kick if eaten alone. The cakes are served with two dipping sauces and fresh mixed greens. Both sauces were enjoyable, but could use just a touch less mayonaise. The greens helped to make the dish as they were fresh and crisp.

The salmon was seasoned nicely and cooked perfectly, topped with a mango salsa. The mountainous side of white rice could be toned down a bit, but a great, light dish overall.

Being new to the Reno area as Bay Area transplants, we've had some challenges in finding good eats, so Claim Jumper was certainly a relief.

Pros: Easy parking, good service, good food

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The food here is alwasy fantastic! And you'll never leave hungry - the portions are enormous! The service is friendly and prompt. The ambiance is fun, but not over the top! In a restaurant wasteland like Reno, I highly recommended it! Oh, and the Widow Maker Burger is out of this world!

1
★★★☆☆

The food here is alwasy fantastic! And you'll never leave hungry - the portions are enormous! The service is friendly and prompt. The ambiance is fun, but not over the top! In a restaurant wasteland like Reno, I highly recommended it! Oh, and the Widow Maker Burger is out of this world!

Pros: The food is always great!

Cons: The wait can be a while - make reservations!

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The portions are enormous, and more than one human being could possibly eat in one sitting. The service can be a little irritating, especially when someone mentions the word "Birthday." They sing, and not very well.
There aren't many other places in Reno where you can experience the wide range of items that they have on their menu. I get the Jack Daniels whiskey chicken, which is a huge breast of chicken stuffed with stuffing, and covered in a sweet JDW sauce. It's really good...but I can never finish the whole thing.
You can choose your sides, and I usually get the Potato cakes. They are really good, and almost a meal on their own.
They do call ahead seating now, but I have rarely been seated right away when we've called ahead, which makes that kind of pointless...so we don't really bother. It's less busy at lunch, and you pay a little less also.
If you are out on a date, you can let them know ahead of time, and they do their best to seat you away from the rowdiest children, but it is a family place, so feel free to bring the the little screamers if you've got 'em.
Overall...I recommend it. Especially if your famished. It's cheaper than Outback, and you get a lot more for your money.

2
★★★★☆

The portions are enormous, and more than one human being could possibly eat in one sitting. The service can be a little irritating, especially when someone mentions the word "Birthday." They sing, and not very well.
There aren't many other places in Reno where you can experience the wide range of items that they have on their menu. I get the Jack Daniels whiskey chicken, which is a huge breast of chicken stuffed with stuffing, and covered in a sweet JDW sauce. It's really good...but I can never finish the whole thing.
You can choose your sides, and I usually get the Potato cakes. They are really good, and almost a meal on their own.
They do call ahead seating now, but I have rarely been seated right away when we've called ahead, which makes that kind of pointless...so we don't really bother. It's less busy at lunch, and you pay a little less also.
If you are out on a date, you can let them know ahead of time, and they do their best to seat you away from the rowdiest children, but it is a family place, so feel free to bring the the little screamers if you've got 'em.
Overall...I recommend it. Especially if your famished. It's cheaper than Outback, and you get a lot more for your money.

Pros: The portions are ENORMOUS!!!!

Cons: I over eat when ever I go.

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I don't usually fall over myself to brag on these franchised dinner houses. They often make me feel like part of a herd of cattle, and more times than not the food is a bunch of frozen, microwaved Soylent Green that came straight off of the Sysco truck. Claim Jumpers has given me faith in the franchised restaurant again. Portions are wildly huge: consistantly tasty and well prepared. The drink list is massive and very creative - and the drinks aren't as watered down with nauseating saccherine mixers (made with 10 % fruit juice!!) Wait staff is truly a well oiled machine and full of personality. Eat at claim jumpers when you are starving for a good old fashioned gluttonous and satisfying kind of grub. Recommended: chicken and buttermilk biscuits. Not recommended: California Roll appetizer.

2
★★★★★

I don't usually fall over myself to brag on these franchised dinner houses. They often make me feel like part of a herd of cattle, and more times than not the food is a bunch of frozen, microwaved Soylent Green that came straight off of the Sysco truck. Claim Jumpers has given me faith in the franchised restaurant again. Portions are wildly huge: consistantly tasty and well prepared. The drink list is massive and very creative - and the drinks aren't as watered down with nauseating saccherine mixers (made with 10 % fruit juice!!) Wait staff is truly a well oiled machine and full of personality. Eat at claim jumpers when you are starving for a good old fashioned gluttonous and satisfying kind of grub. Recommended: chicken and buttermilk biscuits. Not recommended: California Roll appetizer.

Pros: huge tasty homestyle portions

Cons: massive weight gain

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I wanted to drop my 2 cents in because of the service, alone. The food here is good, it's a higher-quality chain steakhouse akin to Ruth Chris'; nothing's surprising, but everything is solid. The three times I have gone, though, the service is what has stood out to me as making this place worth coming back to. Once, my steak was overcooked, and they immediately sent out a different one with an actual new side, too. Once, our appetizer arrived only a minute or two before our entrees, and they took it off the bill. The third time, nothing went wrong, but the staff was still discreet, friendly, and efficient. It's always crowded, but the dinner ambience is fairly good- high booths block out much of the noise and view of other diners, and the lights are somewhat dim. Definitely recommended!

2
★★★★★

I wanted to drop my 2 cents in because of the service, alone. The food here is good, it's a higher-quality chain steakhouse akin to Ruth Chris'; nothing's surprising, but everything is solid. The three times I have gone, though, the service is what has stood out to me as making this place worth coming back to. Once, my steak was overcooked, and they immediately sent out a different one with an actual new side, too. Once, our appetizer arrived only a minute or two before our entrees, and they took it off the bill. The third time, nothing went wrong, but the staff was still discreet, friendly, and efficient. It's always crowded, but the dinner ambience is fairly good- high booths block out much of the noise and view of other diners, and the lights are somewhat dim. Definitely recommended!

Pros: Great steak, amazing service.

Cons: None.

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The Claim Jumper is definitely one of my favorite restaurants in Reno. I have been there several times, and have always had excellent food and service.

There is a large variety of items on the menu, from burgers and steaks to salads and soups, pasta and much more! There is something for everyone here. The desserts are great. All the portions are very large, and the desserts are usually enough for at least 2 people.

The service is always wonderful. However, this restaurant tends to get very busy on weekend nights, and the wait can be very long.

However, the interior of the restuarant is very pleasant, and nicely decorated. They have a fireplace in the waiting area, and it looks very rustic.

PROS: Wonderful food, large portions, great service
CONS: Can get crowded on weekends

5
★★★★★

The Claim Jumper is definitely one of my favorite restaurants in Reno. I have been there several times, and have always had excellent food and service.

There is a large variety of items on the menu, from burgers and steaks to salads and soups, pasta and much more! There is something for everyone here. The desserts are great. All the portions are very large, and the desserts are usually enough for at least 2 people.

The service is always wonderful. However, this restaurant tends to get very busy on weekend nights, and the wait can be very long.

However, the interior of the restuarant is very pleasant, and nicely decorated. They have a fireplace in the waiting area, and it looks very rustic.

PROS: Wonderful food, large portions, great service
CONS: Can get crowded on weekends

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Famous for food crafted with the best ingredients and an atmosphere that makes you feel right at home, Claim Jumper offers an experience sure to satisfy everyone. The menu features a medley of homemade dishes including burgers, sandwiches, fresh-baked pot pie, specialty salads, pasta, baby back pork ribs, seafood, Certified Angus Beef®  and much more. All dressings, sauces and desserts are made in house daily including our tempting Six-Layer Chocolate Motherlode cake, featured as one of America’s "Top 5 Most Decadent Desserts" on the Food Network.

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