Wagon Wheel Saloon

Since 1937, the Wagon Wheel Saloon is Patagonia’s original cowboy bar. For those looking for Southwestern charm, a delicious bite to eat, and a drink or two, this is a must-see!

Velvet Elvis Pizza Company

You ain’t nothin’ but satisfied here. From tamales to ratatouille and, of course, pizza, Velvet Elvis has a robust menu of food and beverages. They often have live music performances, and it’s a fit for gluten-free options. 

Twisted Union Wine Company

Twisted Union Wine Company features premium quality wines and also hosts an annual wine festival in the spring. Plan your trip to include their Twisted Union Wine Communion and sample wines from around the state, all in one place!

Tia Nita’s Cantina

Tia Nita’s features delicious pizza, sandwiches, and a full bar! This is the place to choose for a casual dinner after a long day of exploring. Check their schedule to catch karaoke night or live music.

The Steak Out

With the self-proclaimed best steaks in the state, this restaurant has been serving quality cuisine for 60 years. Enjoy a full bar and the Southwestern atmosphere. Be sure to check ahead to catch a live music performance!

Sonoita Vineyards

For award-winning wines and views you’ll have to see to believe, visit Sonoita Vineyards. They offer an array of wines sweet & light or dry & bold, from the Sky Islands and beyond.

Rune Wines

Head off the grid to Rune Wines! This location aims to “shape the story” of wine in Arizona. The name itself sparks curiosity and wonder, and you’re in for a beautiful wine-tasting experience under a shaded canopy and surrounded by breathtaking mountain views. Credit: Kayla Lewis

Queen of Cups

This is a great place to stop for regional wine and yummy, homemade food. For a special treat, order a glass of local wine and pair it with a meat and cheese board. Stop in for dinner or a late-night snack before heading to karaoke at the Wagon Wheel Saloon. 

Ovens of Patagonia

From fudge and ice cream to sandwiches and pastries, satisfy your craving at Ovens of Patagonia. Their menu changes frequently, and everything is baked in-house!

The Meading Room

If it’s your first time trying mead, or if it’s your drink of choice, you must stop by the Meading Room. With great views and a beautiful outdoor space, it’s no wonder this is a popular venue for weddings and other events!