Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Clarkdale. Clarkdale (Yavapai: Saupkasuiva) is a town in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States. The Verde River flows through the town as does Bitter Creek, an intermittent tributary of the river. According to the 2010 census, the population of the town was 4,097.
Things to do in Clarkdale
This was our second trip and found you could order lesser amount of specific flavoring and further customize the taste. If the drink is not to your taste, i.e. two sweet they replace it. With this option you have 100's of combinations. Some sugar free flavors are available if you ask. They have two drive up lanes but only one walk up window. Loud music at the ordering window booming over the patio area makes it difficult to place order. Service needs to speed up with a new Starbucks being built down the road.
Serving the Verde Valley delicious breakfast, lunch, coffee, milkshakes, and baked goods!
During my visit in March 25 through 28, I had a Chai Latte in The Cozy Cafe. It is a minute walk from the Iron Horse Inn where I was lodging. The service was quick and hospitable. I enjoyed my latte while sitting by the main street watching passer bys.
4 based on 182 reviews
The Flatiron is owned and operated by Jerome locals, Chad & Abby. Our cafÃ© is a unique historic space located in the heart of Jerome's business district. We serve traditional Italian espresso drinks with locally roasted Firecreek coffee, along with health
Terrific coffee, best breakfast going anytime, but especially early. The place is cute and cozy. Food was very good too. It's a comfortable spot. They were friendly with the locals and tourists alike. They made my trip because they gave me their lucky $2 bill. There is a story here but just know these guys are deserving of some extra good luck. Stop by and and feel good about supporting this business.
4 based on 13 reviews
A place where you can taste the Nostalgia of home made Gourmet Breakfast, using fresh ingredients and crating healthy and unique food.
Wow, how wonderful a breakfast we had. I tried the new dish, which is 2 poached eggs battered and fried, each set atop a 1/2 avocado and it was delicious! I never had anything like it. Others in the party tried salmon eggs benedict, biscuits and gravy and the egg and potato with bacon breakfast. I wanted to try so many other things but they are closed Tues and Wed, so that meant we could not return as we left the area. I highly recommend! Staff friendly and so nice. They brought us a carrot cake to have with our breakfast! Wonderful! They have waffles and make their own syrup and the huevos rancheros is highly recommended. they make their own chirozo! I didn't get to try that, too bad. We had to leave Wed and couldn't get a chance to revisit.Iâm really sorry that you didnât get more of our delightful breakfasts, and for closing the days you were here but l am glad you tried some and love it. Thank you for your visit.
This isn't a full restaurant, but more of a general store with a dining area. The house-made items are delicious! Breakfast burritos, fudge and more. They often provide food at local street festivals and events in the park. Recently they were at "Howl-o-Ween" in the Clarkdale park and offered hamburgers, fudge-dipped marshmallows, and other delights. The owners are very community-oriented and friendly. There are a few tables inside and also on the sidewalk out front--a great place to sit and enjoy breakfast/lunch with your four-legged friend.Be sure to check them out when you're in town, you won't be sorry!
4 based on 299 reviews
It was close to our hotel and we like it so much the first time, we went back for a second! Friendly owner and staff. The restaurant was full and busy but everyone was friendly and service with a smile! Great choices on the menu whether you want 'mexican' flare or want good ol' american breakfast norms! the first time I ordered the blueberry pancakes with bacon done to perfection! Yummy and plentiful! My husband had the huevos rancheros and loved the flavor! Great coffee, too! The second visit we both had eggs/ham/hasbrowns and toast and it was all fixed to order and tasty as ever! The prices are fantastic and the restaurant bright and sunny!
4 based on 211 reviews
Great local food off the beaten path. Breakfast is awesome with huge portions and very friendly service.
4 based on 601 reviews
Located on Historic 89A in Old Town Cottonwood. The Old Town Red Rooster Cafe offers a great selection of homemade soups, fresh salads, and their spin on classic comfort food. Check them out on Facebook for their daily specials. Happy eating!
Stopped here for coffee on the way from Sedona to Tuzigoot in the morning and we were so charmed, we stayed for possibly the best breakfast we've had recently. Pancakes were light, fluffy, slightly chewy (in a good way) and huge. The goat cheese and avocado scramble was so flavorful, and came with amazing breakfast potatoes and toast. Tea and coffee likewise plentiful. Vibe is very European with chansons playing as ambient music. Stop here... You won't be sorry!!
4 based on 446 reviews
Crema is Eric & Michelle Jurisinâs sixth restaurant in Cottonwood and Jerome. Chef Michelle says âWe want everyone who comes to Crema to be dazzled by not just the cool courtyard but especially every handmade item on the menu. Crema is my chance to share
Walking in, we knew this place would be good. The atmosphere was fun and funky, menu offered both traditional staples as well as creative ideas and a crowd does wonders to help prepare diners for a good meal. Service was top notch! Actually the best I've encountered in a long, long time. We will certainly return to this place every time we're in the area. So worth the stop!Hi Frederick! Thank you for taking the time to leave such an awesome review. We are so glad to hear that you enjoyed your visit to our funky spot! We definitely pride ourselves in giving excellent service that's a step above the rest, so I am happy to hear that we delivered. We can't wait to welcome you back again in the future.
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