We enjoyed Lone Spur on our way out of town. Open from 8 to 2, we arrived at 1:30 on a Monday to find only a few tables open. The over-the-top cowboy motif was playful, interesting and entertaining. The service was courteous and prompt. Our server, Ken, was cheerful and knew the menu. My friend had to Reuben sandwich ($11) with the salad. She gave it high marks for the pile of nicely corned beef and gobs of cheese; the thousand island was a little sweet for her taste and she'd have liked more coleslaw. My cheese burger ($9) with Bacon ($1.50) and a half avocado ($3) with fries was quite tasty. The burger arrived cooked to order as requested. The bacon was the good stuff, thick and flavorful and cooked just right. The avocado creamy and ready. The bun was quite tasty and accompanied by generous portions of onion & tomatoes & lettuce. The water was fresh and clean and served in a liter cup. I can't imagine folks having room for desert, but Ken's descriptions made it hard to say 'No'. We're really happy we went to Lone Spur. It was by far the most pleasant meal we had on this trip to Prescott.
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