The Hut is a top rated dining spot in Bullhead City. Most of the business is done through the drive-thru window, but there is a small outdoor eating area provided for those who order at the walk-up window. From the menu, try the hot pastrami sandwich, chili, potato salad, and broccoli-cheese soup.
The Hut, 3120 AZ-95, Bullhead City, AZ, USA, +1 928 542 4587
Maki Sushi is a place to find fresh fish in the desert. The sushi rolls are large and accommodating to the most sensitive of diners. They offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. With a great selection of sushi to offer, the atmosphere is also a pleasant experience with clean tables and bathrooms. Patrons are greeted by the chef and a hostess upon arrival, and service is prompt.
Maki Sushi, 1970 AZ-95, Bullhead City, AZ, USA, +1 928 763 2522
El Charro is a hidden gem, serving authentic, homemade Mexican cuisine from scratch. Upon being seated, patrons are offered chips and salsa, with three different variations of salsa served. From the menu, be sure to try to the chilaquiles, micheladas, carnitas, chicken fajitas, enchiladas, and the choriqueso and shrimp ala diabla.
El Charro, 2101 AZ-95, Bullhead City, AZ, USA, +1 928 763 9331
Samurai is a Japanese spot favored by the locals. Offering fresh sushi in a fun-filled atmosphere, the staff is welcoming, and the service is good, all of which complements the food. From the menu, say yes to the monkey brain, deep fried Vegas roll, orange crush roll, and the spicy tuna roll, which consists of tuna, yellowtail, salmon, and shrimp. For dessert, try the vanilla ice cream with mango mochi and chocolate sauce.
Firehouse Roastery & Tea Company was founded by husband-and-wife team Dana and Karen Kern. The two are passionate about coffee beans and roast theirs on in a gas-fired drum roaster, which they believe makes for the finest-quality and smoothest-tasting coffee. From the menu, order the Sumatran, Guatemalan or Costa Rican beans. Accompany your coffee with a homemade quiche or Boar’s Head sandwich.