Cottonwood in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Cottonwood with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Things to do in Cottonwood
5 based on 194 reviews
Homemade Gourmet Desserts, Gluten-Free Desserts, Organic Coffee & Tea. Wi-Fi, Indoor and Outdoor Seating. Massage suite on site!
We sought out this cafe because it had gluten-free options. The had several absolutely, hands down fantastically delicious GF options for lunch and dessert! I haven't had such nice food since forever! I had the cheeseburger pie and carrot cake (yes carrot cake!) I was in heaven. My friends also had gluten-free options as well as 'regular' and everything was delicious. Can't rave about this cafe enough!
4.5 based on 718 reviews
Everyone in town will tell you to go there. Do! We shared a bunch of things family style and everything was delicious: meatballs, deviled eggs, ravioli salad, pizza, pan roasted chocolate chip cookie with gelato. Wow! Service was great.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Mediterranean & Persian Food
No it's not as large or noisy as are many of the good restaurants in OldTown, and it's not conveniently located there. But it is certainly worth a visit. It's great Middle Eastern Arab style food with an additional twist. The young Iranian (not Arab) couple running it certainly know how to add an extra touch; whether this results from the use of the highest quality ingredients, slow cookers, traditional recipes, or just talent isn't clear. Even the delicious baklava is homemade, and the portions are tastefully generous while you sip either cardamom or saffron tea in typical small glasses.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
We are a Healthy Fast Food restaurant serving dynamite Superfood Smoothies, Wraps and Salads. We source just about everything Organic and Everything Non-GMO. Start your day with the BEST Organic Coffee and a homemade protein bar, Have a Healthy Salad for Lunch and a Smoothie for a mid afternoon supercharged boost!
The place is very cute. Counter service is fast. I got the Asian wrap and it was huge. Packed with veggies. Peanut dipping sauce was yummy, but dish too small for dipping huge wrap. Gluten free cookie was great.
Prices are right and spotless restrooms.
4.5 based on 522 reviews
Crema's menu offers more than brunch, coffee, and craft cocktails. We also make gelato and sorbets from scratch right here in our own creamery. The sweetened base of gelato is known as "cream". We make our own cream in small batches, then slowly add the freshest natural ingredients to create classic flavors and try new innovative ones. Our produce is sourced locally when possible. Many of our items are free of GMO's. You'll notice flavors carousel with the season, so enjoy them while they last. "Creme" also refers to the delicate foam atop a promising espresso shot. We use locally-based, organic, certified fair trade, coffee roasted by Prescott Coffee Roasters.
Our first visit to Crema, encouraged by discount coupons from our hotel. Very attractive place, with a really interesting patio. We had late breakfast just past 11, and the sun really heated the patio up. We started with very well made, beautifully designed lattes. Big cup. Big portion. Top notch barrista work. My wife had to eat gluten free or she becomes very ill.
She ordered the Chilequiles, but had to have accommodations. Their chips are fried in house, but they use the same oil they do gluten items in. So, no chips in her serving. Because the green chili was reported to be very hot, she asked for that to be on the side. She didn't even try them. She wanted to have a side of their cheesy hash browns, and inquired if they were gf. The waitress thought they were, but after my wife asked her to check with the chef, she discovered to her surprise that this dish is not gluten free. So, it was just going to be Chilequiles. Couldn't have the fresh fruit because of the cantaloupe (a separate allergy). But, our waitress was able to come up with a side of berries that she could have. Yea!
i thought the French toast would be perfect, as it is described as bread pudding French toast. The idea of thick bread pudding, full of egg goodness and moist with cream and vanilla flavors, made my mouth water. What arrived was enough Texas style toast to feed 2 people. It was fried in oil and was very crisp. Not what i had in mind, and not something i could share with my gf wife.
Kudos to the waitress for checking to ensure that my wife only ate what was safe for her. Also, good job by the manager checking on us while we were waiting for our breakfast, and again as we were leaving. Seems all the managers at all the Haunted Group restaurants do a perfect job of checking with diners at least once. i always appreciate that kind of attention wherever we dine, especially when managers want to hear about both food and staff.
4.5 based on 392 reviews
Hog Wild is at the entrance to Old Town Cottonwood. Our meat is slow-cooked in our 100% wood-fired outdoor smoker over local pecan wood. We can cater any size event and will customize for your event. You can choose from onsite catering, delivery of food, or schedule a pick-up at the restaurant. We feature pecan-smoked baby back ribs, pork, and brisket.
We love BBQ and look for it where ever we travel. Stopped here on the way to Sedona for lunch. Pulled pork was tender and their BBQ was just right (sweet/tangy). Fries were hot and coleslaw creamy. Small inside but also have tables outside. Friendly service. If ever passing through Cottonwood again we would make a return visit.
4.5 based on 779 reviews
We went here on a Thursday night after arriving in AZ for a road trip vacation. We were staying in Cottonwood and decided to check out the old town for something to do at night. The Air BnB we were staying in recommended Nic's as their favorite restaurant. We arrived around 7:00PM and only had to wait about 25 minutes. We got sat near the back of the restaurant and had a great meal together. We were both satisfied with what we got, and the service was friendly and quick. We enjoyed coming here and would recommend it to people visiting the area.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
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This unassuming deli/market has become a favorite of ours for a Mexican lunch. Very good street tacos, various salsas, wonderful salads and a lot of menu selections. The staff is very friendly and helpful with menu selections. The interior decor is interesting and when we have our dogs with us, there is a seating area outside, which usually has a number of locals enjoying the good food. Ask about the history of the building, so interesting! Easy to find on Main Street and VERY reasonable prices.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
Beautiful American Grill in historic old town featuring a menu made entirely from scratch! Authentic smoked ribs, brisket, smoked Turkey, pulled pork, ranch beans, handmade veggie burgers, fresh veggie salads, hand pressed Idaho potato fries, and daily hand ground burgers highlight the menu. Mahi-Mahi fish tacos, fish-n-chips, and nightly creative chef specials. Full Bar with fresh cocktails, local draft beers and bourbon/beer events. Huge covered patio with water fountain and bubble lights for outdoor dining under the stars, which can be booked for special events. Full "take-out" and Catering divisions for special events. Smoked Turkey's available for Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday's.
The extensive menu for this restaurant looked like just what we wanted. We were greeted by friendly people, and my wife and I decided to split the sample platter of smoked meats. The rich cut brisket was our favorite. It was outstanding. All of the meats were, however, very good. We also decided on Mac-n-Cheese from the smoker as a side dish. This is a complex recipe consisting of a multitude of ingredients. The effort put into preparation pays off as this dish is truly special. We highly recommend it.
4.5 based on 936 reviews
We got the last empty seats in the place on a Tuesday afternoon around 1:30. Despite all the business, our food came out reasonably quickly and perfectly executed. The Wedge Salad they created for my wife needed a modification of two to be gluten, as did her prime rib sliders, made to perfection and piled beautifully sans the mini buns. Both were OMG delicious.
i had my favorite, their meatloaf. If you like meatloaf, You deserve to try theirs. Very big, thick slices of meatloaf, sandwiching in ham and cheese midway in each slice, and edged with bacon. All atop thick Texas toast. i had it with their fries, which are crisp, plentiful and as close to perfect as i have ever found. It is all covered by one of the finest brown gravies i have ever been served. It isn't just a classic. It is THE classic. So much left over, i brought home half to share with my brother. He hugged me for sharing it!
Stopped in later that evening for a couple of drinks. Their margarita is potent, flavored with prickly pear, lime and sour mix. Very, very good. My wife had the Prosecco Punch, flavored with Peach liquor and raspberry-pineapple syrup. So good, she had a second go round.
Fab food. Great drinks. Try to hit them during happy hour so You can feel happy having a second drink. Or more.
We actually came back for drinks while we were waiting for a table at Nic's. The call device has a range of nearly all of Main Street, and the bar at Nic's was already full of others ahead of us waiting for their tables. Hint: No problem getting the call to return to Nic's. Just enough time with 6 waiting for tables ahead of us to enjoy our drinks.
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