A popular favorite among locals and visitors alike, Crusty’s Pizza has everything from delicious breadsticks and wings to subs and salads. Stay to enjoy the Italian murals or call ahead and grab your order to-go.
The best homemade beans, shredded beef tacos, churros, and horchata make Beto’s the go-to locals’ joint. Beto Ruiz’s original artwork brightens up the place, so you can enjoy a meal, local art, and support a Vietnam veteran at the same time.
This location serves the finest selection of handcrafted bread in Arizona. Pick up a ground whole wheat cinnamon roll for breakfast or a loaf of sourdough for dinner. If a local bakery is what you seek, Wingfield Bread Company is for you!
Udderly Divine serves up something for everyone. From meatball subs dripping in homemade sauce to freshly baked pies and gourmet ice cream, Udderly Divine’s fare is made with love and care.
After hiking to Montezuma Castle National Monument, southwestern-style Mexican food may be calling your name. Just off of Main Street, you won’t be able to miss La Casita’s colorful building (both inside and out).
With a menu that touts options like homemade sausage, a green chili egg white omelet, and hot and crunchy country potatoes, the Verde Cafe is serving up healthy portions of attentive service with a smile.
Gabriela’s is known as the home of the gimungous burrito, with a variety of filling options that will satisfy even the most discriminating burrito connoisseur. If you stop in, do not walk out without trying an apple pie churro (or four)!
Thanks-A-Latte roasts their own fresh coffee, with a tasty light breakfast and lunch menu. Come grab a spot and enjoy Main Street on a spacious, and pet-friendly, outdoor patio.
The Verde Brewing Company is creating Farm-to-Mug handcrafted beers with local ingredients grown in the Verde Valley. Offering a full food menu, take some time to stop in and try whatever new concoction has been recently tapped!
Located in the oldest commercial building in the Verde Valley, the site of a wild west murder in the late 1800s, Sutler’s Steakhouse has steaks that are hand-cut in-house, local grass-fed Angus burgers, and live music four nights a week.