A restaurant review.
I should start off by saying that I don’t review every restaurant in town. I only review the ones I have a lot of positive things to say about. Ones that I recommend. Ones that I eat in.
And the folks in Wickenburg are very lucky to have a new restaurant in town: Nana’s Sandwich Saloon.
I heard about Nana’s late last month. It had moved into the space formerly occupied by the Cornerstone Bookstore on North Tegner Street, right downtown. While the Cornerstone also offered a limited menu of lunch items, its bookstore atmosphere wasn’t exactly …
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wickenburg-az.com is pleased to add a new feature to the site: a Business Directory. This feature offers absolutely free, no-strings-attached searchable listings for businesses and organizations in the Wickenburg area.
To view the Business Directory, click the Business Directory link at the top of any page. You’ll see a listing of all businesses that have been added to the directory. You can use a search feature at the top of the page to search for businesses by name or keyword.
To add your business or organization to the Business Directory, click the “Add Your Organization” link at the bottom of …
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Brett Gerasim at the Old Livery Mercantile on North Tegner has been working on an interactive map of Wickenburg’s downtown businesses. He was kind enough to send me a link to the resulting page: http://www.oldlivery.com/wickenburgmap.htm.
The map is pretty simple and works with the Google Map API. It clearly shows the locations — including addresses — for some popular holiday shopping spots. I’ll be putting a link to this map in
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This past weekend marked the season opening at Rancho de los Caballeros, Wickenburg premiere guest ranch. This is a very special time of year for me, because when the ranch opens, its restaurant also opens. The restaurant at los Caballeros is my favorite one in town.
My husband Mike and I wasted no time visiting Los Caballeros for a meal. We stopped in for Sunday Brunch, which is offered on Sundays from 12 to 2 PM. A buffet spread that includes salads, sliced meats and cheeses, two hot entrees, and desserts is set up in a sunny room overlooking the …
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What would Wickenburg be without a German restaurant? Henry Wickenburg would have loved House Berlin on East Wickenburg Way, with its American and German flags flying proudly, side-by-side. It features German and continental cuisine, with moderate prices in the $8 to $16 range and a cosy, comfortable atmosphere.
House Berlin has been a popular dining spot in Wickenburg for years. Owned and operated by Peter Jaus with the assistance of Jayne Leyden, its menu includes such hard-to-come by (at least in Wickenburg) treats as escargot (an appetizer), wiener schnitzel, and apple strudel. Other entrees include German potato soup, a wurst …
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