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Barley Brothers, 1425 McCulloch Blvd., Lake Havasu City, AZ

One of my favorite restaurants in Arizona is Barley Brothers it is a brewery and restaurant on the water in Lake Havasu City that brews spectacular beer and has delicious food too. Their desserts are heavenly. :) Barley Brothers sells their beer in takeout containers, called “Beer Cubes”…which is totally fun! A lot of times we skip dinner and drink beer and eat dessert. -Sara

Iron Springs Cafe, 1501 Iron Springs Road, Prescott, AZ

Food is well prepared and very very fresh. The prices are wide ranging and good value for the price as well as portions. Of particular note is their gumbo, fish tacos, beef presentations, and the chocolate tort for dessert. -Michael Peters

The Lone Spur Café, 106 West Gurley St, Prescott, AZ

Hungry for a great breakfast or lunch? Right in the heart of downtown, old west Prescott on the courthouse square is my favorite places to eat a great breakfast or lunch. Whatever you have a hankerin’ for they will fix it up for you just the way you like it. -Michael Peters

Manzanita Grill at Antelope Hills Golf Course, Prescott, AZ

It is really hard to believe that you can eat a really great lunch or supper at a golf course restaurant. But here is where it happens and for a reasonable price and really delicious food. If you play golf relax in the clubhouse restaurant at the end of your round with drinks and good food. -Michael Peters

Elote Cafe at Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel, 771 HWY 179, Sedona, AZ

Elote is high end Mexican…to die for…chef is former owner of Los Sombreros in Scottsdale. Margs are killer. – Lisa

One Response to “Recommend A Place”

  1. DL Says:

    Just enjoyed dinner at Elote Cafe for our last two evenings in Sedona. Many other places in Sedona are “resort” food – expensive ingredients, meat & potatoes type of food prepared nicely.
    Elote Cafe is different – regional (rather than Tex-Mex) Mexican cuisine – many of the dishes long-braised, so very savory & tasty. The menu features a wide selection – starting with small plates & appetizers (the Elote appetizer is terrific) then a wide range of entrees – from vegetarian, to pork, to poultry, to beef, to fish & shellfish. The dessert selection is also very good – the Elote dessert with caramel (goat’s milk based) was a perfectly prepared cake & caramel. Lots of chocolate choices also!
    The serving staff is very attentive & on the ball. Everyone pitches in and works seamlessly as a team to make your dining experience truely enjoyable. The bar & wine selection are well stocked too.
    Overall, a great value for the money and a nice way to end a day in the Red Rocks, prior to other activities during the night…

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