Great breakfasts and we had a terrific lunch there too. Service was friendly. Very good value for money.
This was the ground level floor of what looks like an old hotel. This is your place if you want to step back in time. The restaurant kept the old time feel including the creaky hard wood floors. It was an awesome experience. We went for breakfast one morning here with our two kids. Food was good, Prices were average,... More
This old hotel is one of several historic buildings on Whiskey Row of Courthouse Square in Prescott. We chose it for lunch primarily for location and architectural appeal. It's always fun to see the elaborate woodwork in 100 yr. old western hotel/saloons. The St. Michaels didn't disappoint and the menu was more interesting than we anticipated. The food was good... More
We ate lunch here and breakfast the food was outstanding. We ate breakfast twice. The eggs benedict was out of this world. I had it two days in a row. I would have to say this is a good place for lunch or breakfast
the server was to busy bending over the table to another man to refill our drinks, she wouldn't even look at you when she talked to you, very rude. Food, breakfast was great. So I decided not to leave a tip because I have had the same waitress twice and she sucked, and she decided to give herself a 5... More
St. Michael's is a very good value for breakfast especially....good prices and great food. Their eggs benedict are a favorite, with several varieties offered. They also serve Amaretto French Toast and a great corned beef hash with eggs.
During our stay at Hotel St, Michael, a full breakfast was included. As per usual we expected a minimal breakfast and were extremely pleasantly surprised. We each had a full bacon and eggs breakfast with all of the expected sides, hash browns and toast, along with coffee. Our meals were prepared exactly to our liking and in a timely manner.... More
This was a nice surprise to find a good value in a Tourist/Historic section of a town. I found the meal to be excellent but the overall decor didn't match the timeline of the building. We shared the grilled chicken wrap with the potato salad (the salad was OK) it was very good and they even split the meal for... More
Had a portabello mushroom burger with pesto for lunch. Restaurant had natural light from the windows. Other restaurants nearby were also historic but dark inside.
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