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The Grille is in a historic building originally built in 1923 as the Rialto Theater. It was the longest running single-screen theater in the United States until December 1998, when it was lost to fire. Reopened in December of 2005 as The Tavern Grille, guests will see the charred concrete walls that frame the dining room today. The building next door, built in 1925 as a grocery store, was converted into the upscale Tavern Hotel in 2011 and guests enjoy welcome cocktails at the Tavern Grille Bar. Upstairs from the Grille is a luxury penthouse that is part of the Tavern Hotel experience.
All reviews sliders artichoke dip mini sandwiches french onion soup salad burger prime rib lavash fish and chips salmon bread movie theater great happy hour old town cottonwood great lunch main street sat at the bar
My wife and I stopped into Tavern Grille for a late lunch on our recent visit and we were very impressed. We received excellent service from the minute we stepped in the front door. Our waitress was very attentive and friendly. We both ordered salads...More
The Tavern is conveniently located on Main Street in old Cottonwood. It has a great menu that caters to all tastes and is reasonably priced. We had the Lavosh which is a cracker crust pizza and it was amazing! Great atmosphere and service. Would certainly...More
The meal was excellent. Im still full thinking about it. Portions generous. The wait staff attentive, friendly. The local wine (because when in Rome...) was wonderful. The only slightly negative thing I have to say was the noise level was, at times, more than a...More
We were there for lunch and it was excellent - one of the best burgers I’ve ever had - and service was good. We went back for dinner on a Saturday evening, early and took a nice corner table but the noise level did not...More
I love this place and it is a must stop whenever I come to Cottonwood.
The building itself has an interesting history having once housed the longest running single screen movie theater in the United States.
It has quite an extensive menu with choices for...More