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Renowned for its hearty frontier cuisine, in particular its prime rib and aged steaks, Molly’s has been recognized as one of Arizona’s Top 25 Restaurants by Arizona Highways and is also ranked 101 Best Places to Eat in Arizona by Dining in Arizona.Marinated in the history of ranching and an abundance of woodland game and fish caught fresh out of mountain lakes and streams, the menu at Molly’s reflects the region intimately. During his visit Herbert Hoover gifted Molly Butler with the White House Cookbook from which she obtained her award-winning Prime Rib Chili recipe, served daily at Molly’s.And while there are some modern day twists on certain dishes, all guests at Molly’s are treated to a…
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Television, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Outdoor Seating
All reviews prime rib steak fried chicken mud pie trout salad soups onion rings minute wait little pricey mountain lodge outdoor fireplace play pool pool table place to eat worth the wait ate there twice
One of the few places to eat and have a drink in Greer. My wife and I stopped in for the prime rib dinner. It was delicious and I’m not a big fan of prime rib. Been here a few times in the past and...More
We've been eating at Molly Butler's Lodge Restaurant for over 40 years and it continues to improve! After an extensive renovation, the dining room, bar and restrooms are roomier and more comfortable than ever. The views out the dining room windows are beautiful with a...More
We decided to stay in town for dinner and gave this a try, since your nearest choice is Show Low, Alpine or Springerville-Eager. Steak, prime rib, really good and homemade mashed potatoes and gravy, nice small nothing fancy dinner salad and a good soup of...More
Wanted to eat at Rondevous as the have excellent food, great prices and a huge menu but learned after arriving they’re closed on Tuesdays. Went to the only other place to eat in town, Molly Butlers. The lunch menu only had MAYBE ten options to...More
No mention on the website or on the signs outside "Open year round", but after a 40 mile drive we found the Molly Butler closed. Since this was the only decent place to eat in Greer, you will want to know they have reopened before...More
Starting with a server who offered no guidance or help, we ordered the trout hoping it was local and fresh. Fishy tasting frozen trout and the server had no idea where it was from. Everything was marginal except the good prime rib. Oh well!!
For all the lodging available in Greer, there are not many places to eat. The "other" restaurant was closed on Tuesday so we had no choice, and it wasn't all that busy. The place itself is rustic and pleasant. When our salads arrived, they were...More
Supposed historic restaurant.
Letters falling off sign outside. First and last time to eat there. Arrived as a birthday party for owner was in progress. We, the paying customer, was an after thought. We waited a. bit while they found someone to seat us. Limited...More