July 19, 2012

Around town,Yuma’s hidden hot spots!

LZ Bar & Grill

Cpl. Shelby Shields
Desert Warrior Staff

The LZ Bar and Grill is a great hangout for anyone who supports and appreciates today’s military. Every inch of every wall is covered in military memorabilia. Items ranging from flight helmets, unit patches, a B-52, Huey and Cobra instrument panel, a Bell-47 tail rotor and a working World War II dog tag machine, just to name a few. LZ offers traditional American grill foods like burgers, hot dogs, oven roasted sandwiches and the very popular bucket of wings. Portion sizes at LZ make it impossible for you to leave hungry. The staff is colorful and friendly making the dining experience even more enjoyable.

LZ also offers different events every night of the week; Sundays and Mondays they host free poker tournaments, Tuesday offers free country swing and line dance lessons, karaoke and drink specials on Thursdays, live music on Saturdays with dart boards and pool tables available all week, making it a well rounded and fun environment for everyone. Conveniently located just a few minutes north of MCAS Yuma this establishment is perfect for Marines and their families to enjoy some great food and atmosphere.

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