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Located off West Historic Route 66, Yucca North is a cozy bar in Flagstaff. The menu includes delicious eats like sandwiches, burgers and other pub grub. They also serve an extensive variety of beers, spirits, cocktails and other alcoholic drinks. This dimly-lit pub features a stage that is used to host live music performances. This pub is also home to arcade games like Iron Maiden, Guardians of the Galaxy and many others.
Located in a historic carriage house in downtown Flagstaff, the Brix offers organic, American fare with many if not all of their ingredients raised within Northern Arizona and the Four Corners region. Inside guests will find spacious surroundings to dine and on the ever-changing menu, they'll see rotations that include classics the like duck breast, lamb sirloin and a charcuterie board. It's open for dinner only, and if you can't make it here, the sister restaurants Criollo and Proper Meats + Provisions are two other superb options for local, sustainable food.
Experience intimate dining featuring traditional American cuisine at Josphine's Modern American Bistro tucked in the heart of the historic district. Housed in a converted bungalow that has been placed on the National Historic Register, the restaurant presents an idyllic venue for romantic dinners, casual lunches and special occasions. The wood-paneled interiors still retain many rustic elements, from vintage furnishing to the fireplace, the ambiance harkens back to yesteryear. The menu is an illustration of Chef Tony Cosentino's exquisite creations rooted to local flavors and highlighting fresh ingredients. Favorite menu items include the green chili tamale gnocchi, diablo shrimp macaroni and cheese, and Josephine’s pot pie. An award-winning wine list accompanies the menu selections, which adds a final touch to the whole dining experience.
Named for a famous stagecoach robber of the 1870s, this cowboy place is a favorite with locals and visitors alike. Wander around and enjoy more than 6,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles. Besides the saloon and steakhouse, there's also an antique store, general store and RV park on the property. This is pure 1890s Arizona! A live musical revue adds a Western feel to your meal. The menu consists of cowboy-style steaks, ribs and chicken. Big prime rib cuts and porterhouse steaks are house specialties. Full bar service is available. Opens daily, at 5p.
In 1931, hunter and collector Dean Eldredge began construction on a museum to house an amazing assortment of wild animals he had preserved through taxidermy. Converted to a nightclub in 1936, the club's wildest exhibits were then the people who came to dance the night away in what has been called the world's largest log cabin. Today, party animals head to the Museum Club (affectionately dubbed The Zoo) for drinks, live music, and up-tempo atmosphere. The after-hours extravaganza on weekends is a night-owl's favorite perch.
Historic Brewing Company is the dream of John Kennelly who along with his sister, Carole, brother, Tom and mom, Sherrill, opened this brewery in 2013. Though it is relatively new, this microbrewery has garnered enough attention due to their delicious brews and friendly ambiance. Their taproom is open every Wednesday through Sunday, though the timings are limited and differ during weekends. It features nine taps which includes their regular and rotating beers. You can also buy their merchandise from their on-site store.