We took a day trip to Wickenburg and decided on Nana's for lunch because it had good reviews----let me add yet another.
The place itself was rustic and fit right in with the Old West nature of the town. I started with the Chili and it was as good as it gets; 2 types of beans, plenty of beef and a spicy, deep, rich flavor. My wife had the albacore sandwich on toasted wheat bread and it was more than enough for one person. I seemed to put myself in character and had the Bunk House----Bologna on Sourdough bread with lettuce, tomato and onion topped with a Chipolte mayo---not the Bologna sandwiches I grew up with.
The breads were fresh and thick cut and I felt had to be fresh baked. Each sandwich came with a side of your choice. The coffee was strong and rich.
The staff was helpful, friendly and polite. When in Wickenburg for lunch, don't skip Nana's.
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