PRESCOTT, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- Prescott is ready to welcome summer visitors to their town. The small town saw a decent number of Arizona visitors during the pandemic, which helped local businesses stay afloat. Now, the city is ready to present the 134th Annual World's Oldest Rodeo this summer. Since 1888, this traditional event with eight breathtaking performances has taken place every year over the Fourth of July weekend
Where to eat in Prescott
The County Seat is the largest restaurant in Prescott. It's beautifully designed and overlooks the Courthouse Plaza. The huge space windows offer natural light, and the restaurant is sprinkled in cheerful greenery. You'll find healthy fares on the menu, from salads to flatbreads to heartier sandwiches and Instagrammable brunch items. The County Seat aims to be a "hang space" from coffee 'til cocktails. Owner Skyler Reeves recently launched a free college tuition reimbursement program with Yavapai College to recruit employees.
The County Seat aims to be a "hang space" from coffee 'til cocktails.
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La Planchada Taqueria is Prescott's hottest new restaurant serving inventive tacos and Mexican fare. It is home to Northern Arizona's largest selection of tequilas and agave-based spirits.
Like The County Seat and a couple of legacy restaurants, including Rosa's Pizzeria, Reeves owns La Planchada, too. Reeves, who is originally from Los Angeles but moved to Prescott after his parents retired there, is determined to put Prescott on the culinary map.
La Planchada Taqueria is home to Northern Arizona's largest selection of tequilas and agave-based spirits.
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