Catch Your Own Dinner with the Lobster Zone Gaming Machine at Broken Arrow
MESCALERO, N.M. (February 14, 2017)— Broken Arrow Tap House, the gastropub-inspired restaurant at Inn of the Mountain Gods, is introducing the Lobster Zone Gaming Machine where patrons can pay just $2.00 per try to position a mechanical claw and try to catch a lobster that will be steamed free of charge.
“We are so excited to provide our customers with such an exciting and unique way to dine at Inn of the Mountain Gods,” said CEO Frizzell Frizzell Jr. . “The reception of the machine so far has been great, people love coming in and challenging their friends to catch the lobster.”
Winners may also add their steamed lobster to any Broken Arrow Lobster Zone menu item giving customers a surf and turf experience for as little as $20. In addition, a wide variety of side dishes are available for $3 from the Broken Arrow menu including loaded baked potato, mac n’ cheese, waffle fries, seasonal slaw, sweet potato fries, ale battered onion rings, vinegar and salt chips, drawn butter, fresh lemons or sautéed mushrooms.
For more information on Broken Arrow Tap House, Inn of the Mountain Gods or to make a room reservation visit InnoftheMountainGods.com or call 1-800-545-9011.
Inn of the Mountain Gods is New Mexico’s premier resort-casino destination situated high in the picturesque mountains of Mescalero, New Mexico. Just outside of Ruidoso, the Inn is set in the cool, tall pines of the Sacramento Mountains where visitors enjoy clean, crisp air, breathtaking scenery, exciting entertainment and the best casino action in the Southwest. From the welcoming design of its 273 luxury rooms and suites, numerous dining options, and 38,000 square feet of action-packed gaming, Inn of the Mountain Gods has it all. Add to that a championship golf course named one of the top courses in the country by Golf Digest and Golf Week Magazine, and the country’s southernmost ski area, Ski Apache, offering the best warm-weather powder skiing in the world with 55 runs served by 11 lifts and New Mexico’s only eight-passenger Gondola, the Inn offers guests something for every season.