Long before Cave Creek was the trendy place for city slickers to build their winter homes, there was Harold's, a legend with locals since 1935. The ... More
Harold's Cave Creek Corral
Long before Cave Creek was the trendy place for city slickers to build their winter homes, there was Harold's, a legend with locals since 1935. The true-to-life Arizona ambiance has been seen in many films and has been visited by many celebrities. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, kick up your heels to the live country music. The restaurant takes up two levels, with a full bar on each floor and with western ranch paraphernalia all over. Rustic furnishings and photos of the place's history give it a "this-ain't-no-country-club" attitude. Choose from menu items such as the 29-ounce "Whole Herd" Porterhouse, or the Veal Scaloppini. This place also features pizza, pasta and fish if you prefer, with a slew of "appeteasers." Bands play on weekends and add to the zing of the place. Catering is also offered, accommodating 20 to 300 people.
saturday jan 8 i took my brother 2 cave creek cause he's lived here in phoenix 4 2 yrs & never been there i told him lets go to harolds corral & have lunch after work he's like cool lets go. we get there sit at the bar order a 2 beers she gives us a menu i order a blue bomber medium he orders a meatball bomber. the bartender with no personality & a hat that covers her eyes so u cant see her face delivers the food. my burger was rare my fries were cold & onions were barely grilled i'm still burpin em up. my bro's meatball sandwich had 3 sweedish meatball sized meetballs on a foot of french bread. WTF & the bill was 34 bucks. i guess what would u xpect from a pittsburgh bar
We have been therfe three times now twice with our kids. It is kid friendly and they have great food for the price. The night we where there without our children we had a blast they had a great band and the place was rocling
Racists!!! I am a white male. A friend of mine and I drove 45 minutes to get to Harolds for opening day to see the Steelers play the Falcons. My friend is a black male. We arrived about 25 minutes prior to opening. We waited until opening and then were greeted at the door by one of the staff who informed us that all of the seats were taken. We were the only ones there and the room was nothing but empty tables and chairs. We asked if we could stand and watch the game, and at that point we were told we could stay and have breakfast but would have to leave at kickoff. I will never go back to Harold's and my buddy and I will be writing to the Steelers to recommend they remove Harold's as a Steeler Nation bar.
Okay, go for the prime rib on Wednesdays, otherwise, run away! The place is a wannabe biker bar for middle agers and the food is overpriced tourist hangout where the food is average at best and the service is below average. The place is packed as it is nestled on the tourist strip, yet doesn't deserve to be filled night in and night out.
This place is has been that just won't die. Indifferent food, worse service and a clientele of aged bar-flys who include it on their daily rounds between the Dairy Queen, golf [not all of 'em though] and Kiwanis meetings. This is not a destination for folks looking for a good eating out experience. It's all about the old days and does not invite new patrons as evidenced by a nearly universal complaint of rude service. I'd rather visit the Dairy Queen down the street.
Great place to have a good meal enjoy a great bar and Ive been there several times on the weekend they have great live music. Young Country is one of the best bands in the Valley. The service is good they also have a great breakfast. I am a fan.
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