Nothing to brag about except it is in a very old hotel. Most of the fare is what you would expect with little concern for taste or quality. Average.
Food is nasty. Service is poor. And overall I was completely disappointed. Took an hour to get our food. And I didn't get all my food. Crazy how many people like this place. Not good at all.
Bistro St. Michael's is located on the corner of Montezuma and Gurley in Old Town Prescott right across from the famous courthouse. If you have not tried breakfast at this quaint restaurant, do yourself a favor. We took two visiting sculptors and each ordered the Filet Mignon Benedict. My favorite! Instead of the usual slice of Canadian Bacon, Bistro serves... More
Stopped here for lunch on a Wed about 1pm. We were seated promptly & our drinks were brought right out. The lunch menu was a little limited, I thought; perhaps because several of the lunch items had curry in them, which I dislike. Anyway, I settled on the turkey croissant sandwich. I wanted something a little more exciting, but nothing... More
Lunch at the Bistro St. Michael is a treat. The wait staff is friendly and helpful. Service is attentive and the food is great. It's a wonderful place to watch the Prescott foot traffic and relax. The vintage atmosphere just adds to the experience.
I love the B fast here. I usually order the eggs benedict. It's really good and never disappoints. Great atmosphere and coffee.
Yummy food! But the server was harried and I swear was one of only two on the floor with almost a full house. Maybe someone called in, and despite the craziness she was nice, but with more staff I would've been able to eat not wait for silverware. The food was good enough for a second try!
My husband and I drive up from Peoria to Prescott several times a year. Our customary visit is always to St. Michaels Cafe. The food is gourmet and the service is excellent. With a variety of choices and homemade soups make this a favoite place to dine. The best part is choosing a table by one of the huge windows... More
What a neat place to eat. I loved the beautiful wood bar and the tin tile ceilings. The food was moderately priced and very good. Located right across from court square, in the middle of great shops and galleries. I would eat here again.
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