Claim Jumper Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Claim Jumper Gluten-Free menu.

Claim Jumper Gluten-Free Menu 2019

Claim Jumper doesn’t claim to be a gluten-free restaurant, but they do a pretty good job anyway! They do say that cross contamination is a possibility with any of their food as they have a shared kitchen. However, they offer a lot of options and gluten-free alternatives such as gluten-free pizza crust, gluten-free buns, and even a gluten-free penne to go with their various pasta dishes. There are a few modifications needed on some items to make sure they are gluten-free and we have noted them below. We recommend letting your server know before ordering if you have any special dietary needs so they can help you out with their gluten-free menu.

Pizza

They say that all of their classic pizzas can be made with a gluten-free crust for an extra charge.

Appetizers

  • Buffalo Chicken Wings
  • Loaded Skins

Burgers, Sandwiches and Salads

Burgers and Sandwiches are served on a gluten-free bun.

  • Hickory BBQ Burger (No Thousand Island)
  • Classic Cheeseburger (No Thousand Island)
  • Cashew Chicken Salad Sandwich
  • California Citrus Chicken Salad (No Bleu Cheese Crumbles)

Entrees

Served with a small green salad with no croutons. They also have a gluten-free penne which is used for their pasta dishes.

  • Absolut Pasta
  • Black Tie Chicken Pasta
  • BBQ Baby Back Pork Ribs
  • Rotisserie Chicken
  • Ribs & Chicken
  • Atlantic Salmon
  • Stuffed Chicken Baker
  • Top Sirloin
  • Filet Mignon
  • Ribeye Steak
  • Bone-in Ribeye
  • New York Strip
  • Porterhouse Steak

Claim Jumper History

Claim Jumper is an American restaurant chain that boasts more than 40 locations spread across the United States. They are based in Houston, Texas and are fully owned by Landry’s Inc. This company was founded by Craig Nickoloff in 1977 and the original location was located in Los Alamitos, California. Claim Jumper is popular with a large audience consisting of families, children, the elderly and business professionals.

Their friendly dining environment is also ideal for hosting special occasions such as birthdays or other parties, as well as hosting business lunches. The original restaurant had a versatile menu and themed atmosphere inspired by the 1849 California Gold Rush. Today, there are approximately 43 locations found across the states of Nevada, Louisiana, Illinois, New Mexico, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, California and Tennessee.

In 2010, Claim Jumper was auctioned off after filing for bankruptcy in the United States. It was acquired by Landry’s Inc. one month later at a bid price of $76.6 million. The new owners relocated its headquarters from Irvine, California to Landry’s offices in the Houston area.

The restaurant’s doors are open daily for both lunch and dinner and they offer a variety of fresh dishes prepared using only the best ingredients available. Some of their all time favorites include fresh fish, rotisserie chicken, Angus Beef and piglet pork ribs among others. For those who prefer baked goods, the restaurant offers various specialty desserts such as the 6-Layer Choco Motherlode Cake and Scratch Carrot Cake. They also have delicious, rich cream cheese pies that are very popular with customers.

Additionally, Claim Jumper restaurants are a comfortable place to relax and unwind after a long day at work. You can meet there to catch a football game or share a delicious appetizer with some few friends. Their menu features signature drinks including cocktails, chilled martinis as well as premium and ultra-premium spirits. There are also non-alcoholic drinks and a wide variety of wine specialties.

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Summary

Claim Jumper does a great job at providing gluten-free alternatives to enjoy a lot of their dishes. They are up front about not claiming to be a gluten-free restaurant and that cross contamination can happen, so it still may not be the best place for those with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. However, if you’re just looking to avoid gluten in your diet, they have a good variety of options and make it easy to substitute gluten-free alternatives to enjoy their menu!

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