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Local Restaurants & Bars:

Bill’s Pizza
BirdCage Saloon
Cowgirl in the Kitchen
El Charro Restaurant
El Gato Azul
Final Score Sports Bar
Gurley Street Coffee
Gurley Street Grill
Jersey Lilly Saloon
Kendall’s Famous Burgers
Lyzzard’s Lounge
Matt’s Saloon
Method Coffee
Murphy's Restaurant
Palace Restaurant and Saloon
Pangaea Bakery
Peacock Room
Pearl’s Place Cafe
Prescott Brewing Co.
Prescott Lobster & Seafood Co.
SueAnn’s Apple Pan
Tastebud’s Pizza
The Office Restaurant
The Rose
Treat Center

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Hensley Beverage Company
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Prescott Coffee Roasters
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Gurley Street Grill

Gurley Street GrillGurley Street Grill

230 W. Gurley St.

Lite Lunch 11a.m. – 3 p.m.
Dinner 11a.m.-11p.m.
Reverse Happy Hour 9 p.m. - close



The Gurley St. Grill, located just a block from Prescott's famed Whiskey Row, rose from the ashes of the Mulvenon Saloon destroyed in the Great Fire of 1900. Much of the brick salvaged from the rubble was used to rebuild the present-day structure at the same site on Gurley Street. A recent revitalization combines a 21st-century ambiance and style with the charm of this historic building at 230 W. Gurley St. The infamous "upstairs" rooms now serve as private dining rooms which accommodate both small and large parties, banquets and meetings.

Today's Gurley St. Grill, locally owned by Peterson-Burge Enterprises, offers the diner a casual, relaxed family atmosphere serving the finest quality food and beverages…so bring the kids. Quality quickly describes their unparalleled service and eclectic menu… and that makes the Gurley St. Grill a don't-miss destination in Northern Arizona.