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Location: Wine & Dine
Tapas at Coronado Vineyards
This tasting room not only offers great wines but also a welcoming environment and a friendly and knowledgeable staff that will definitely enhance your experience. Enjoy the atmosphere, the wine, and of course a tasty appetizer.
Double S Steakhouse
Nobody loves Willcox more than the owners of Double S Steakhouse – combining their love for local food with their passion for cooking to create a unique dining experience. Good luck choosing between the soup of the day, tacos, or the steak!
Big Tex BBQ
If you are looking for mouthwatering, tasty food be sure to try Big Tex BBQ’s ribs, and don’t forget to grab some local beer for your meal. Just looking at their food makes you want more and gets you excited for every bite!
Stop by Zarpara’s Vineyard where you’ll be greeted by incredible views of the Dos Cabezas Mountains and Tilly – their wine guardian/greeter/dog. Sample their handcrafted wines, pack a picnic, and enjoy a visit with their owners, Rhonda and Mark.
Source of Coffee
Nothing starts your day quite like Source of Coffee’s classic brews and inventive drinks like Egg Nog Lattes! You won’t want to miss out on their baked goods either, so be sure to get there early.
Carlson Creek Vineyard
You may have been to a Carlson Creek tasting room in Scottsdale or Cottonwood, but the original location in Willcox gives visitors a true vineyard experience – exploring the wine-making process and enjoying a glass of wine.
La Unica Tortilleria y Taqueria
Offering a cozy environment and authentic food, locals rave about this neat little spot, and travelers always come back for more delicious meals, homemade tortillas and chips, and their incredible margaritas.
Keeling Schaefer Wine Tasting Room
Don’t miss this scenic 21-acre vineyard along the Chiricahua Mountains that has been featured in the Arizona Republic, and The Wall Street Journal and produces some of Arizona’s highest-scoring wines by Wine Spectator and Tastings.com.
If you are passionate, or interested, in sustainability and off-grid production practices, Strive Vineyards is your go-to spot. This family-owned and operated winery not only serves up incredible artisan wines, but it’s also 100% solar powered!