Restaurants in Bisbee, AZ

Southern Arizona is a wonderland of unearthly natural beauty and is rich with frontier history. In the old mining town of Bisbee, which, starting in the mid-20th century, became a destination for artists, hippies, and counter-culture people of every stripe, hungry travelers will find a bounty of unique culinary opportunities. These include the Bisbee Breakfast Club, Old Bisbee Coffee Roasters, and a polymorphous enterprise known as High Desert Market and Cafe. A restaurant, coffee-smoothie bar, grocery store, crafts gallery, cosmetics emporium, wine & beer shop, and town gathering place, its eclectic dining repertoire ranges from artisan pizza to pad Thai to freshly-baked pastries every morning and a line-up of cakes and pies dished out in giant-size portions.

Bisbee’s Most Famous Dishes

Coconut shreds are threaded throughout this pillowy wedge of pie

Coconut Cream Pie

Two mugs of coffee, each with a tiny glass pitcher of chilled milk to add

Coffee

Close view of eggs scrambled with pimento cheese

Breakfast Eggs

5 layer cake: 5 flavors, 5 colors

Cakes

Bisbee’s Best Restaurants

Bisbee Breakfast Club

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Old Bisbee Roasters

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High Desert Market and Cafe

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