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  • preskit bound Aug 11, 2005 02:01 AM
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Visiting Prescott, AZ - where to eat?

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    alice (let's eat)

    Can't address dinner options, but I've had a very pleasant breakfast (bagels and lox! - lots of lox) at the Plaza Cafe, and several goodlunches at the Prescott Brewing Company. Dandy burgers, decent sides and pretty good beer, too. Check them at
    www.prescottbrewingcompany.com and also check www.visit-prescott.com for a guide to galleries, shops, restaurants (many more than I'd even realized
    )And have fun.

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    1. re: alice (let's eat)

      i love the dinnerbelle...about a block from the pioneer museum.

      the bakery right over there is good...great eclairs.

      i seriouly love that town.

    2. Our favorite place to eat at in Prescott is Zeke's. We've had breakfast and lunch there. I am not sure if they are open for dinner so you might want to call them. For breakfast go for the waffle, one of the best we've had. At lunch my husband had a huge hamburger and I had a half portion of the open faced meatloaf sandwich. It was huge. Our daughter had the kids corn dog and it was at least 3 feet long. She loved it.

      Zeke's Eating Place (next to Basha's)

      1781 E Highway 69
      Prescott, AZ 86301 - 5668
      (928) 776-4602

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        Timothy D. W. Ash Fork, 09-09-05

        Had just brought A friend to prescott to show him some of the lay out of the city. We were searching for a good breakfast cafe........... and behold Zeke's eating place.....quite cozy, friendly, and cheery waitress's...and a touch of the 'Duke' I now have a reason to arrive in prescott early when I'm in town.

        Keep it up Thanks Tim

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          Timothy D. W. Ash Fork, 09-09-05

          Had just brought A friend to prescott to show him some of the lay out of the city. We were searching for a good breakfast cafe........... and behold Zeke's eating place.....quite cozy, friendly, and cheery waitress's...and a touch of the 'Duke' I now have a reason to arrive in prescott early when I'm in town.

          Keep it up Thanks Tim

        2. I was visiting Prescott from the LA area and had probably the 2nd best dining experience I've ever had at Rose's in Prescott.

          1. Where to eat... that is the question... how much do you want to spend is the answer.... I am moving to Prescott and have been spending my time in a hotel eating out every night... I'm still looking for a good place to get a GOOD meal... I will say if you want to find a GREAT selection of beer... Raven Cafe is the place... 142 N. Cortez, right in downtown has the best selection of beer in Prescott. The food is pretty good, but nothing compaired to a good "foodie" restuarant...

            1. If you're just visiting, you're likely to be spending time on the square - so you can't go wrong with either Prescott Brewing Co. or the Bistro St. Michael. For Mexican, Maya on S. Montezuma is a hole-in-the-wall place with great food; a bit farther down the road on White Spar, Casa Alvarez is superb.

              1. My husband and I spent a weekend in a Prescott a few months ago. Had a nice meal at Murphy's. Their specialty is prime rib. (Sit in a booth in the bar - very cozy) I think I'd go back back for their happy hour though. They have a great happy hour and on Friday a large raw bar selection. Also had a great time at Bin 239. Wood oven pizzas and pasta and a very large wine selection. Busy and nice atmosphere.

                1. I can't say enough about the Firehouse Cafe! OMG, we had such a good meal there last night! My parents split a plate of the Pot Roast which was fall-apart good. I ordered the Prime Rib (only on Saturdays) and it was delicious, served with a wonderful Au Jus and grilled vegetables and smashed potatoes. My husband ordered the Beef Stroganoff which was a little on the salty side but still good. The desserts were wonderful! They had an awesome bread pudding and the Banana Cake with Chocolate Frosting was moist and flavorful. A little pricey but seriously worth it!