Prescott Arizona Good Eats

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Check Realty

I like going out to eat!!  Growing up in Houston, Texas I was a bit spoiled when it came to excellent restaurants.  I moved to Prescott, Arizona over three years ago looking for that small town feel.  First thing I do when I get to town is scope out the local good eats.  I quickly found a few, and continue to find more.  Today, I just wanted to share some of my favorite food joints for anyone that might be passing through Prescott and would like to stop and eat.

Starting with breakfast I highly recommend St. Michaels and their "Early Bird Special."  The special includes two eggs any style, homes fries or fruit, hickory smoked bacon or sausage links, and a toast or muffin (which could easily be changed to a single pancake at no additional charge).  Bottomless cups of coffee is also part of the meal.  For $5.50, this is a high quality breakfast that never disappoints!

St Michael's Hotel and Bistro

St Michaels in Prescott, Arizona


Two places for lunch that I just think are spectacular:

For great sandwiches I recommend Nick's Feed your Face.  They use shredded cabbage instead of plain ol' lettuce and I love that!  Check out their website for more info, as well as their story, at


My second suggestion for lunch is a burger joint that recently relocated from Yuma, Arizona to Prescott.  Brown Bag Burger uses top of the line beef to make tasty burgers.  These are heavy duty burgers that fill you up and will very much leave you satisfied if not comatosed from an overfilled belly.


As for dinner restaraunts there are plenty and I will save those for a future post.  I do travel the country, and if anyone can recomend local restaraunts from their neck of the woods I would like to add them to my "must-eat" list.  Thanks!!


Comments (1)

Steve Matsumoto
Winderemere Homes & Estates: waterfront condos, second homes - Oceanside, CA
First Time Home Buyers - Oceanside, CA

Michael - Welcome to Active Rain.  It sounds like you enjoy good Mom-n-Pop non-institutional places.  We could use more of them in North County San Diego.   Keep those reviews coming and maybe take some pictures of the food.  Best of luck with AR!


May 20, 2011 08:43 AM