This is a novel attraction because nobody expects an olive mill in Arizona! For a small fee ($5.00) you can take part in a short "Olive 101" course which is informative and interesting and also includes sampling the various olive oils made here. The place has a gift shop not limited to olive products, but also including other local foods, some crafts, wines, etc. We had lunch at the restaurant, where I enjoyed a delicious Italian chopped salad, but thought the menu selection was a little heavy on the sandwich & fries items. If you come at the right time, you might run into an art show on the grounds outside, which adds another dimension to the outing.
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