Ongoing Yavapai County Fair, Thursday, Sept. 6-Sunday, Sept. 9, 9 a.m. Prescott Rodeo Grounds, 840 Rodeo Drive.
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 1-2, Labor Day Harvest Festival, noon, Granite Creek Vineyards, 2515 N. Road 1 East, Chino Valley. $10 for general public, $7 for Case Club Members. 928-636-2003, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, Sept. 1-Sunday, Sept. 2, Labor Day Harvest Festival, noon, Granite Creek Vineyards, 2515 N. Road 1 East, Chino Valley.
Prescott’s BigA normally has grassfed burgers but through the end of July, the restaurant is participating in the Blended Burger Contest put on by the James Beard Foundation and promoting a more sustainable beef patty.
TheaterWorks, in Peoria. is bringing its production of “Forever Plaid” to Prescott Center for the Arts for three shows over the weekend.
Have you been waiting all year for the Chino Valley Corn Dinner?
The Prescott Food Truck Festival returns this weekend, following a cancellation last year after rain turned Mile High Middle School’s football field into a giant puddle.
Striving to live up to the idiom ‘small but mighty’, Atmesfir is limited, yet boundless; delicate, yet bold; local, yet worldly.
Since reopening The Pine Cone Inn under the shortened name The Pine Cone in May 2016, Henry “Tony” Ebarb has maintained two things: his mission statement and the menu.
As Prescott resident and frequent restaurant diner Cal Horton so clearly put it, Prescott Family Diner is Prescott’s only “Yankee diner.”
In recent history, it wasn’t unusual for Park Plaza Liquor & Deli customers to wait upwards of an hour to claim a seat at the popular restaurant/liquor store.
For some families, the thought of cooking a Thanksgiving meal is more daunting than exciting.
More often than not, private clubs that offer a dining service reserve that service strictly for their members. That’s not the case for Prescott Athletic Club.
If it’s Halloween-themed dining you’re looking for this weekend, here are a few places in and around downtown Prescott to check out.
Many may already know about Two Mama’s Gourmet Pizzeria in downtown Prescott.
Plastering the interior walls of Speed’s Hangar Deli are military and aviation-related memorabilia. Nearly every item is imbued with meaning and comes with a story.
When Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen closed its Prescott Gateway Mall location nearly two years ago, the owners of Barbudos Mexican Grill and Cantina in Prescott thought they were going to fill the space with a second Prescott location almost immediately.
The Barley Hound is a true gastropub.
High Tea is often a misnomer. Though it sounds regal, High Tea was originally a British term referring to the evening meal working-class citizens would take immediately after returning home from a long day of labor.
Volunteers have made the Empty Bowls event a success for the past 18 years. This year proves to be yet another fun and fulfilling opportunity to help keep local food banks stocked and at the same time enjoy two bowls of gourmet soup and take home a handmade soup bowl.