Wine & Dine

Bisbee boasts a robust local food scene along with a Farmer’s market every Saturday year-round. Visitors are bound to enjoy something new as the town is without any national chains - offering a truly authentic Bisbee experience. 

 
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bisbee farmers' market

Bisbee Farmers' Market has become a community-embraced tradition. Every Saturday morning all year long, a vibrant village market appears like magic at the south end of Vista Park. You can purchase locally grown organic vegetables and fruits, grass-fed meats, and even eggs from free-range chickens. Neighbors come to shop and sip coffee or cool drinks, snack on baked goods, and eat a tasty breakfast or lunch while sitting under the "Social Tree” listening to live music by talented local performers. 

 
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local coffee

Two local coffee roasting companies fill the air with the nutty, smoky aroma of freshly roasting beans: Old Bisbee Roasters and Bisbee Coffee Company. Like to people-watch? Find a spot at the café across from the post office and watch the comings and goings while enjoying a bakery selection made right on premises. A warm ginger snap cookie (or two) is highly recommended. Keep your eyes open for one of the many decorated ‘art cars’ which pass by or local residents dressed in butterfly or fairy costume as they start their day. Fuel up for the walk around town with your choice of earth friendly items and you may want to grab something “to go” for later.

 
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brewery avenue

As you traverse “The Gulch,” the early historical location of fifty houses of wild repute and ill repute on Brewery Avenue, satisfy your thirst with tour of the pubs located along the historic entertainment row.  At the entrance is the Stock Exchange Saloon and Grill, serving up craft beers and quality steaks, seafood and pasta.  Next stop is for a flight of the craft brews served at Old Bisbee Brewing Company. With a nice variety of brews including the Salut! which tastes like wine or champagne, to European wheat beer, an IPA, a rich ale, and full, smoky, Royal Stout, this is the place to buy your growler and its jacket. Chat with the owner, a Bisbee transplant whose easy-going style is topped only by the quality of his brews and you’ll learn a thing or two about the how and why of what’s in your glass. Just across the road is St.Elmo’s, named after the sailor’s patron saint, where a party is always about to start with plenty of supplies on hand.  For a guided experience, choose The Bisbee Haunted Pub Crawl, taking you through four local haunted pubs and serving up Bisbee ghost lore along with the brews.

 
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flying leap vineyard

If Arizona wine is on your list of weekend favorites, sip and savor your afternoon at the Flying Leap Vineyard Tasting Room, right on Main Street in the historic Elks building built in 1910. Combined with a fine arts gallery curated by TRUST Art & Design, the space combines carefully chosen pieces of bold original artwork with some of the region’s best wines.

 
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screaming banshee pizza

Want to let your hair down? Time for a pie at Screaming Banshee pizza – you can relax rightly at this repurposed gas station. Watch your pizza being tossed, then devour you wedges indoors, by the front rail enjoying the street scene or in the private back patio grove. Why is the banshee screaming? For more pizza, of course.

 

 
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cafe roka

Café Roka has been owned for 25 years by Rod Kass and features a four-course dinner tradition that changes menus weekly. Café Roka is a perfect capstone to your visit to Bisbee and a memorable place for family and friends to celebrate life.

 

 
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the table

Much more than any  restaurant you've dined in before. Bisbee's Table is an experience you will enjoy and cherish. Bisbee’s Table was established originally as Bisbee Grille in February 2001 under the partnership of the Page family who also operates Santiago’s Mexican, San Ramon Hotel and Bisbee Coffee Co. Here you will experience big bold flavors and comfort foods in a relaxed environment. 

 
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santiago's

Located in the historic San Ramon Hotel at the base of Brewery Gulch, Santiago's is the place to go in Bisbee to satisfy your craving for spice and flavor. With generous portion sizes, an irresistable margarita menu and attentive customer service, Santiago's is a "can't miss" location to grab a meal. 

 
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thuy's noodle shop

Just inside the door, a piece of paper rests that states, “I drove 3,700 miles for Thuy’s" which pretty much sums up the quality of food you're about to encounter at this hidden gem. Specializing in Pho, Thuy's also serves up other authentic Vietnamese menu items like curry, lemongrass chicken and crispy spring rolls. Be sure to add Thuy's to your list if you're looking for a unique, delicious dining experience during your stay in Bisbee.

 
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ana's seasonal kitchen

Chef and owner Ana Borrajo, a native of Spain, fuses her knowledge of Mediterranean cuisine with the flavors of the Southwest and Northern Mexico. Focusing on fresh, seasonal ingredients, Ana's is always serving up a new menu with items to keep meals interesting. 

Ana's offers a pet-friendly patio along with many vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options.