Originally Published: January 21, 2018 6 a.m.
Casa Pérez opens its doors in PV
Casa Pérez, a new Mexican restaurant in Prescott Valley, opened Jan. 15 at 3088 N. Glassford Hill Road. It’s the site of the former Christian Family Bookstore. Juan Pérez and his uncle, David Sanchez, own and manage the restaurant. Pérez used to operate Puerta Vallarta Family Mexican Restaurant in Dewey and has now left that duty to his brother. Call 928-772-7777 for information.
A Dog’s Life stand re-opens
A Dog’s Life, the hotdog stand run for 14 years by Pat Gregory, will be back up and running Monday, Jan. 22. The stand, located at the Foxworth-Galbraith Home Improvement Center, 430 6th Street in Prescott, has been closed for six weeks while Gregory underwent and recovered from hand surgery. He’ll be back in business Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Grip Stone Climbing Gym coming to Prescott
Construction is underway on Gripstone climbing gym at 319 N. Lee Blvd. Backed by Prescott resident Tony Yarino, known as the father of modern sport climbing, the former Goodwill retail store will have 9,000 square feet of climbing walls and will also be available for parties. Keep up with developments on the website, gripstone.net.
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