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Prescott Eats; do's and do not's


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Prescott Eats; do's and do not's | Mar 19, 2007 11:29 AM

-Dinner Bell: Probably the best place in town for breakfast
-Waffle Iron: Great food, slow service
-Biff's Bagels: Great people, Awesome bagels, homemade cream cheese, and plenty of LOX
-Pangea Bakery: Tasty and creative pasteries, good smoothies too.

-Hugos & Garcias: My two favorite mexican spots in town can never go wrong at either of these places
- The Pine Cone Inn: A fine dinning experience with a lacking wine list. Excellent dishes such as the blackberry duck, the veal piccata, or the prickley pear glazed ribs. Good french onion soup with homemade stock too. A must try!
-N'awlins: Nothing special about this place except for the happy hour beer and wings. The pizza practically made me sick but we had great service so I left a happy customer.
-Prescott Brewing Company: A step above regular bar food and fresh local brewed beer. Good burgers, french dips, pizza, 20 cent happy hour wings, decent service, and a late night happy hour @ 10, will always keep me coming back to the brew pub.
-Michaels Cheesesteaks (prescott valley): Drop about 10 bucks and get one of the biggest ruebens or pastrasmi & swiss sandwhiches in town.
-Murphy's: Perhaps the cheapest happy hour for beer drinkers in town. $2 Happy Apps. can't go wrong. Never tried an entree.
-Monsoon: Saporro and Sushi for me whenever I go here. I can't imagine their is better sushi in town.
-Sweet Tart: Bakery/ Sandwhich and breakfast place on cortez. Had sunday brunch there and had a decent huevos rancheros, but cannot compare to the dinner bell.
-Canton Dragon: I am always skeptical of restaurants in shopping centers however Canton Dragon proved to be a good eat. We had the spicy duck and some dumplings with our tsingtao beer.mmmmm.
-El Charro: The worst mexican I have ever had. I ordered a veggie quesadilla for $6.50 and was served a burnt tortilla with blotches of melted and unmelted cheese and nothing else. My girlfriend ordered a similar dish and was let down by this half ass joint. Avoid this place!
-Streets of New York Pizza: Solid pizza but $$$$$$$
-Genoveses: Decent pizza, absence of multiple wines, nice atmosphere, I'd say 6.5/10
-El Gato Azul: We ordered a few tapas which I thought were excellent like the duck confit on garlic crostini with a prickley pear glaze, the quail was overcooked, and once again a restaurant with no more than 4 bottles of wine. A good eat but a more extensive wine list would make this little place all the better.
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