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Queen Creek Olive Mill
Ranked #2 of 18 things to do in Queen Creek
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Tour, Shop, Eat, Repeat at Queen Creek Olive Mill - Arizona's only working olive farm and mill. Family owned and operated, our 100-acre farm with over 7000 olive trees is a true blossom to bottle experience. Visitors are able to learn first-hand how olives are pressed into fresh extra virgin olive oil on our educational Olive Oil 101 tour conducted daily. Guests can taste their way through our gourmet marketplace and shop for locally made extra virgin olive oils, Balsamic vinegars, olives and other local treasures. Our Italian inspired Eatery features old world family recipes. We use local and garden-sourced ingredients to create our healthy and delicious cuisine and showcase how extra virgin olive oil can be used best in your kitchen. Our in-house roastery, Superstition Coffee, will ensure that you'll get the freshest cup of coffee you've ever had. With plenty to taste, discover and enjoy, Queen Creek Olive Mill is a true agritourism experience!
Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Food available for purchase
Reviewed October 8, 2013

We just moved to Queen Creek and have been to the Olive Mill 3 times. We love the breakfasts, especially the waffles. Waffles all day!! My daughter was here from Illinois and wanted to go everyday. My husband is a meat man andl loves to pick his appetizers from the case just to have a snack while we are there. The service was also good. It is cute, different and I can't wait for the festivals and orther special events. We will be there.

Thank Diana J
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"great sandwiches"
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"balsamic vinegar"
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"wine tasting"
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"interesting tour"
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"for sale"
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"gift shop"
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"recipe cards"
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"interesting place"
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"out of state"
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"worth the trip"
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"great place to visit"
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"special events"
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Reviewed September 30, 2013

We were looking for an activity and a meal which we found here.
$5 for each person to sit and be told how olives are processed, which we could have merely read from the posters on the wall (nothing was being produced). Samples were tasty but very few of them. The olive products were good but not even a discount for paying for the "show".

Thank weloveRtrips
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Reviewed September 13, 2013

We drove over from Chandler and took the tour/presentation called olive oil 101 on a Sunday morning. The facility is primarily a store and restaurant--which there is no fee to enter--but the tour is $5 per person.
The presentation is fairly brief, and you can taste all of the oils without taking the tour. The oils are lined up across the back wall with tasting cups provided. If you are already an olive connoisseur, I wouldn't recommend the tour but we enjoyed the information.
We stayed for lunch. Wowzer the lime jalapeno olive oil cupcakes are delicious! The sandwiches weren't cheap but when they came and we saw how big they were we declared it dinner. It wasn't crowded so after we ate we took our drinks outside and sat under the tent enjoying the olive grove there.
Like other visitors, we couldn't resist buying some of the oils. The flavors were unique and fresh. We had flown into the area and couldn't put it in our carry-on luggage but for $9 the mill will ship any order of $100 or more to your home. It arrived today!

Thank Lee G
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Reviewed September 12, 2013

This place is really fun. Stopped by just the other day. Had some Sangria, a few skewers of meat, cheese and stuffed olives. Then dipped homemade bread into all kinds of different olive oil flavors. Bought a couple of bottles of basil infused olive oil. Man it’s really good.... What a nice atmosphere... It's a little pricey but you will love it. I hear it gets crowded so go early...

Thank Chalie B
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Reviewed September 11, 2013

Worth the drive from N. Scottsdale. Visited on Labor Day which was very crowded but enjoyed the lunch (three of us split the cheese/meat platter and Italian cold cut sandwich. We also bought some oil to take home to try. Enjoyed sitting outside listening to the music even though it was too hot! Would return in cooler weather.

Thank Fran R
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