The Mine Cafe

115 Jerome Ave
Jerome, 86331
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Somehow I got turned around and because there was not a street sign at the top of the hill, I called the restaurant back and the guy who answered the phone said "just go to the four way stop and I'll wave for you to come down" and he did! That made me feel awesome and he gave great customer service the entire time my friend and I were eating lunch. Thank you waiter dude for consistently refilling all of our waters especially my doggies. The outdoor seating is a little bit like being in France or New York City, it's small and in between walls and that was just fine with me because I got to bring my dog! Huge plus in Jerome where there's not a lot of space for outdoor seating much less for a huge doggie like mine. If you're going to sit in the outdoor seating be sure to whoever you're with take a photo because it's such a cool backdrop. The food's great, had a wonderful time.
Quaint little place, you could tell everything was hand made and it showed. Burrito Verde and French toast were fantastic. Hotel Connor recommended this place and would have been disappointed had not stopped in for breakfast.
If you are reading this review, I am going to give a single suggestion: STOP READING AND GO HERE! We came here because we found the menu in our hotel room, and we could not have been more impressed. Located smack dab in the middle of Jerome (everything in Jerome is really in the middle of Jerome but whatever), this little spot is easy to miss. There is a simple sign out front and a small set of stairs that you have to descend to make it into the restaurant. Once you make it in though, you have struck gold! (Get it? It's called The Mine) Everything that we tried was delicious. First off, biscuits and gravy. Mmmm. The gravy is different than normal. Different like the new girl in your 6th grade English class that you couldn't keep your eyes off. Next was French toast smothered in homemade apple sauce. I've never been to France and I don't know how they make toast, but if this is it, I'm buying my tickets. I want to French kiss this French toast. Oh also, OJ. Fresh squeezed. Good. Lord. It. Was. Delicious. The decor in this place is magazine worthy. It's gorgeous! Hipsters will be instagramming the piano hanging from the wall for years to come! As we left, we met the owner and he was probably one of the nicest restaurant owners I've ever met! Mark, if you read this, thank you for an amazing experience. All in all, my review is go, go, GOOOOO!!!!!

(928) 639-0123

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Ghost City Inn

541 Main St
Jerome, 86331
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This is a great bed & breakfast ! The rooms, treats, and breakfast..all were fantastic. Stayed in the cowboy themed room upstairs...the room was average size and had a nice size bathroom, balcony, and a small flatscreen TV. The view was wonderful and we sat out there for quite a while drinking wine and watching people. There were fresh baked cookies available upon arrival...and they were goooood! There is a room off of our room and the room next to us that had a couch, chairs, books, magazines, games, and some movies (VHS). We paid $130 for the room and I feel that was very reasonable for what you get.
My whole experience here was delightful. Memorial day weekend we stayed in the American Room. Small and cozy, perfect if you do not plan on spending your whole vacation in your room. Find a place to park and stay there, everything is in walking distance and that hill is a great workout. I was able to sleep through the night and looked forward to waking up to home made breakfast in the morning. Coffee, and cookies always available. I do plan on coming back and staying here again.
Individually decorated theme rooms, a great view, centrally located, friendly owner, delicious breakfast, lazy cat, almond-walnut cookies, coffee and tea round the clock, comfy beds, a plethora of board games. all in a historic building. what more can you ask, really?

(928) 634-4678

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Hilltop Deli

403 Clark St,Unit 8B
Jerome, 86331
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I rarely give out 5 stars, but this quaint little deli hit the spot. The sandwich was FANTASTIC!!! Very fresh ingredients. The view from this place is nice. There is indoor and outdoor seating. The service was excellent. Wasn't as busy as the restaurants on the main drag, so it's worth the walk up to this hilltop location.
The Hilltop Deli was a great find while visiting Jerome on vacation recently. After a long day of walking the town's hills and being out in the baking Arizona sun, it was refreshing to sit outside with a cold drink and one of their delicious sandwiches and take in the stunning views. Topping it off with a slice of their homemade apple pie a la mode was maybe the best decision I made that day! Service was friendly and accommodating too. Recommended!
Little sister and I stopped there for a late lunch after bumming around the town of Jerome for a few hours on our way home from Sedona. What a lovely little place! We each got a medium sized sandwich and it was more than enough. The girl at the counter was very nice and the prices were reasonable. However with out a doubt, my favorite thing was that we say at a table near the window and the view was incredible. We had a lovely late lunch and I will likely stop here again when I'm in town next time.

(928) 639-3354

Delis

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The Surgeon’s House

100 Hill St
Jerome, 86331
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For 10 years now I have been venturing to Jerome. For 10 years I have only slept at the Surgeon's House. If something is perfect, why change? My first trip there was in the dead of winter. I stayed 10 days, which I guess was not the norm. When I made the reservation, Andrea said "10 days? In a row?". Yes, in a row. I remember the first time checking in. Andrea was saying something... it was a distant buzzing in my ears. I was so entranced by my surroundings, lost in looking at things (its like a museum) that I had no idea what she was saying. She looked at me with a quizzical look that led me to think that she had no idea if I spoke English. It was a vacation that I will never forget. Living in the mild climate of the SF Bay area, I didn't know what types of clothing I would need for 10 days. Much to her assistants chagrin, I brought enough luggage to put his back out trying to get my things upstairs.. Ooops. Sorry Buddy. The gardens are amazing. It has been so wonderful for me to see them grow and change over the years. Each time I return there is more to see, smell and touch. More nooks to hide away in and relax, more water falling to take my mind away. The breakfast is unlike any other I have experienced. Several courses are served and several courses are devoured. I am sure that I am not the only one who has ever sat at the table, wet from the napkin ring that doubles as a flower vase. Yes, Andrea warned me... yes, I dumped water on myself anyway. All of these years later, I still go back. I still make "Dave only knows Cookies" from Andreas recipe book (you really should get a cookbook to take home with you) and I still have a dear friend in my life. I love this place. I love Jerome. There is not another place in the Verde Valley that I would lay my head at night.
Everything from the minute I got there til the minute I left it was absolutely fabulous. Andrea is the best hostess ever. There's nothing that should be changed at the surgeon's house.
First of all, when being charged for not being able to show due to inclement weather along the way, it would be best not to bitch your customers out for 5 minutes for not calling as a no show. We appreciate breakfast was made, however not having an issue paying for the room should have negated any and all guilt trips. We "were" repeat customers to this pretty nice inn in this scenic little town but had we known our mother was running the place, we probably would have stayed elsewhere, or suggested she have a nap. It is a nice place, but you better show and you better behave or Jerome will get spooky fast.

(800) 639-1452

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Connor Hotel

164 Main St
Jerome, 86331
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Charming, historic, clean, and comfortable. When it comes to staying in Jerome, you can't get much better than the Connor Hotel! It is in the heart of all the shops and bars- in fact, it sits on top of the famous Spirit Room and live music can keep some rooms awake until after midnight. Prices are fair- anywhere from the $80 range to $170. The rooms are clean and comfortable so you can't be the price. And they hand out L'OCCITANE toiletry items-- the best! There are only 13 rooms at the Connor and they book up months in advance. Make sure to reserve yours in time to enjoy a beautiful stay in one of Arizona's unique and historic mining towns, with one of the greatest views overlooking the red rock country (on a clear day, you can see all the way to Flagstaff)!
Wow. What a great find. Reasonable prices, incredible staff, clean and charming rooms. Perfect location and concierge very informative about restaurants and local stuff. Its obvious he loves his job and life. Great recommendations. Love the nice linens, free upgrade, and l'occitane supplies ( and ample fluffy towels) and the old west ambience is well worth the price. Probably not a great place for families but singles or couples - perfect! I have already booked another night for my return trip.
Because this hotel books up QUICKLY, and I want to return here with no booking issues, I should definitely not say the following: LOCATION- Great location! Centrally located on Main St. next to most of the shops, wineries, restaurants, and museums. PETS ARE ALLOWED- They even bring in a little doggy bed and treats. However, the guests staying there with their furry pal told me the dogs cannot be left alone in the room. Something to consider if you plan on shopping or dining and don't want to leave your pet tied to a lamppost! I would check on this to be sure.... CHARM- You really feel like you are stepping back in time. The hotel staff consists of delightfully friendly people who will tell you the story of their lives and share with you interesting local lore. I should definitely NOT recommend Room Number 7, my favorite room: BED- Comfy, comfy, comfy! Fluffy blankets and nice mattresses! OLD GAS STOVE- This is how the room is heated: an old fashioned little stove with gas flames but complete with a modern thermostat control. HUGE WHIRLPOOL TUB- Something you can really sink into! If you go UP the street a few stores (forgot the name of the store) you can find wonderful packages of bath salts for about $6.00 (something I hunted for as soon as I saw the tub) COMPLIMENTARY POPCORN- yum! FLOWERS- The older lady who works at the hotels grows her own flowers and roses. Every day she places them in cute little vases and shares them with the guests. And the question everyone has on their minds... IS IT REALLY HAUNTED? Strangely enough, as I was reading a little article about the hauntings at the Connor Hotel, I suddenly heard an alarm clock going off in the room next to mine. The next sentence I read in the article? "Guests have reported the sounds of alarm clocks in various rooms." Definitely made the hair on my arms stand on end. I quickly raced out into the hall to locate the sound, only to discover a member of the staff (the Rose Lady) entering a VACANT room to turn off an alarm clock. Interesting. The only reason I give this place a 4 instead of a 5 is because parking is extremely difficult. However, this comes with the territory. Parking is difficult everywhere in Jerome, but what do you expect here?

(928) 634-5006

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The Flatiron

416 Main St
Jerome, 86331
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What an amazing place! Small? Yup. Food cooked to order? Yup. But worth it. Best part is the secret menu. If you slip a $5 bill in the barista Dylan's front pocket and wink twice he will sing the daily specials in an auspicious baritone voice. Get the coffee. It's awesome. Don't like the pace? This isn't Phoenix or LA. But isn't that why you came here? It's not slow, it's done right.
We stayed at the apartment above the cafe for one night. Super fun experience and the place was adorable. Had breakfast and coffee the next morning downstairs. Our coffees were probably the best we've ever had (and we try a lot of different coffee places!). The tofu breakfast tacos were delicious. Only thing was I got a slightly unwelcoming vibe downstairs. No one was rude but it wasn't quite friendly. Felt this way all over the small town. Regardless, their food and drinks were great so I do recommend stopping in.
Cozy little coffee shop with a lot of character in the coolest part of town. I really enjoyed my cafe mocha and hanging out waiting for it to be made while checking out the cool surroundings. Some patrons were eating too although I can't vouch for the food.

(928) 634-2733

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Mojo to Go

111 Main St
Jerome, 86331
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This is the place to get your caffeine jolt in tourist town Jerome. I feel kinda bad for the lady running it who seems to be trapped in the dungeon of a historical tourism building. But it is located next to one of 4 public restrooms in the town, so I am sure she does OK for traffic. Good roast..not AZ, but she is from Seattle I guess, so she gets it from there. Good green tea.
Teeny, tiny little spot for coffee. My sister got a decaf something, I had a chai. Super friendly barrista - the drinks were perfect and he was sure to point out the chai was local AZ - from a spot in Tucson. Clean, functional, with quick and friendly service. Good quality at a fair price - I'll definitely be back whenever I am headed through Jerome!
Nice little coffee shop. I would give it 5 stars if the shop used real chocolate sauce. Stop using this fake chocolate with high fructose corn syrup.

(928) 634-1290

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Bobby D’s BBQ

119 E Jerome Ave
Jerome, 86331
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Excellent bbq and very friendly staff. We had a pulled pork sandwich and a Cuban king....both outstanding. Owner Bobby stopped by every table to personally check on the guests and chat a bit. Great time and great food...must try!
Hm. That is all I have to say about my experience here. My boyfriend and I decided the patio looked like an inviting place to have dinner as the sun was going down. There were only a few tables that were taken outside and the weather was perfect! Great moods in tow, we went through the menu together, discussing what we may want to try and what sounded good. Our server came over and without a smile, took our drink order. We both had sodas and were perusing the drink menu. The apple pie shots sounded good so we decided we might try those! When our server came back I asked her her opinion of the shots: "How are the Apple Pie shots, what do they taste like?" and no joke I was answered back with: "Where's your ID?" Um. What? Okay? Firstly, I was asking your opinion on them and hadn't even ordered anything yet. My boyfriend is 33 and I'm 25 and we look our age. It's not like I'm an 18 year old asking what they taste like, so the response she gave was a bit unnerving. I'm a server and I totally was expecting to get carded, but wasn't expecting a rude response laced with attitude. Being taken aback, we told her we needed a few more minutes. She left the table and we discussed leaving and going somewhere else because of her attitude. Deciding that it wasn't worth leaving, we reluctantly ordered dinner. We shared the 3 taco "starter" plate, a side of baked beans and side of coleslaw. The tacos were huge so I was glad we shared. The meat was underseasoned and a bit disappointing, though the sauces served at the table were able to mask it. The baked beans had some sort of shredded pork in them, which was DELICIOUS. The coleslaw was tasted like absolutely nothing; no flavor. Overall, I would probably try it again just because of the baked beans but the servers need a few days vacation and/or classes on how to interact with customers properly.
So a few months ago, my 3 kids and I were bored on a Sunday morning and decided to take an impromptu road trip to Jerome to shake things up and get out of the house. Upon arriving in Jerome we found ourselves famished and in need of some good ol' western b.b.q to satisfy us. We mosey'd on in, Sat ourselves and pondered over the menu. standard fare for any BBQ restaurant... But pretty expensive in my opinion. my initial thought was, for these prices this better be some damn good BBQ! We got a half rack of ribs, a pulled pork sandwich platter and a BBQ Western burger along with fries, mac'n'cheese and cornbread. Honestly, everything was good... But just that- good. I'll admit that I'm a bit of a snob when it comes to BBQ, but I still think it could have been better...again especially for the price. It was over $90 for 3 entrees, an extra order of fries for my daughter, drinks all around and a tip for our almost pleasant waitress. I get that this is a tourist town so everything will be that much more expensive but I still think for the price I paid it should have been better.

(928) 634-6235

Barbeque

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The Spirit Room

166 Main St
Jerome, 86331
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The Spirit Room is a MUST when visiting Jerome. Come in here on in the afternoon to sit back, drink an ice cold beer or two or three (or cocktails or all of the above) and absorb the long, colorful history that still permeates the air. Most weekends they have live music so it's REALLY a good time. While you're enjoying your drink you get to rub elbows with bikers, colorful locals, tourists (both American and foreign) and when you're buzzed enough you might just find yourself busting out some moves on the dance floor. Weekdays are more quiet with no local music but then again you don't have to push and shove to get in the place. The Spirit Room really is an American gem that retains the Old West flavor that exists now mostly in our dreams and ideals. Word to the wise: make sure you have a designated driver and don't even think about to navigate the switchbacks after you've had a few. As one who's driven carloads of utterly wasted people down the hill on more than one occasion, make sure you think ahead and be safe.
We stopped for a drink and found ourselves at the Spirit Room. There could be many explainations for why it's called that and I'll leave all that up to you to decide. This place has been around since the establishment of Jerome as a city in the late 1800's. A place where ladies of the night and miners came to enjoy a fine spirit, at that time Jerome had been called the "Wickedest City in America". Although this place burned down four times in the ol' Mining Days, the architecture of the stone building is still original and the interior is classic of the boomtown era. We ordered a couple beers on tap which were refreshing, given the high temps and enjoyed the music on jukebox for a bit until it was yet again time to go and explore more.
If I could leave less than 1 star I would. Spirit Room had a show on November 14th. They refused to sell me a ticket in advance saying they had a limited number the day of show available at the door and it would be unfair unfair to sell them ahead of time. I drove 5 hours and booked a hotel based on their advice. I arrived at opening time to be informed tickets were sold in advance- despite what they confirmed twice on the phone ahead of time,probably to friends and locals. Of course they lied about it and didn't express any remorse. Even after their mistake the refused to make it right. Bands own website said tickets were available. Always recommended this place but I suppose I will spend a few hours writing bad reviews instead.

(928) 634-8809

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Grapes Restaurant

111 Main St
Jerome, 86331
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(928) 639-8477

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