Jerome Arizona

dining

Jerome, Arizona

Dining

  • Mile High Grill & Inn

    Mile High Grill & Inn309 Main Street
    (928) 634-5094
    Discover the charm of yesteryear as you step out your front door and meander the streets of this old mining town where the Old West comes alive. Out Inn has been elegantly restored to its original Victorian splendor. The eight guest rooms brim with details, as everything has been hand selected with the greatest of care.

  • Flat Iron Cafe

    Flat Iron Cafe

    416 Main Street
    (928) 634-2733
    The Flat Iron Cafe serve a wonderful assortment of fine coffees, teas, fresh baked goods, and a great breakfast and lunch entre’s. Dine in the unique setting or take you plate across the street to dine on the outdoor patio. Names after the Flat Iron building located in New York City this great old building house one of Jerome best kept secretes, Check it out!

  • Spirit Room Bar

    
Spirit Room Bar166 Main Street
    (928) 634-5792
    The Spirit Room in historic Jerome, Arizona has offered fun, refreshments, and more to locals and visitors alike for many years! Make the Spirit Room your first stop in Jerome for live entertainment! LIVE MUSIC EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY AFTERNOON FROM 2 – 6 !

  • Vaqueros Grill and Cantina

    Vaqueros Grill and Cantina

    363 Main Street
    (928) 649-9090
    Mexican soul food for “The Wickedest Town in the West.” Open Daily 11-9 pm located on Main St., Jerome in the first Safeway building in Arizona. We proudly serve local Arizona wine. Come dine & view our collection of handcrafted sterling silver jewelry, fine mixed media artwork & Arizona gifts available for purchase.

  • Asylum Restaurant

    Asylum Restaurant

    200 Hill Street (Inside the Grand Hotel)
    (928) 639-3197
    In need of refreshment, we found the hotel’s restaurant, the Asylum, and were impressed by the classy digs – and even more by the menu. It’s the type of restaurant Jerome has lacked. The name led us to expect a typical jeans-shorts type of deli and pasta place. But the views were unbeatable, and the food was on par with some of the better restaurants in Phoenix. We stayed for about five hours, enjoying conversation and Cosmopolitans on the patio, feasting on giant crab legs, lobster and creamy squash soup, and sampling one of the most extensive wine lists we’d seen. “We just won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence,” said Paula Woolsey, owner of the Asylum. The magazine named the Asylum as one of the top restaurants in the world for wine lovers; 2,800 restaurants worldwide made the cut.

Bobby D’s BBQ at the English Kitchen – 119 E. Jerome Avenue – (928) 634-6235
Grapes – 111 Main Street – (928) 634-8477
Hilltop Deli – 403 Clark Street, Unit 8B – (928) 639-3354
The Haunted Hamburger – 410 N Clark Street – (928) 634-0554