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What to see, where to eat, and where to stay in Jerome, Arizona.
Our favorite place to stay. Definitely a tad quirky and older, but with tons of charm and delightful owners who are happy to help with most anything. Very good value; get one of the rooms upstairs with a balcony. The balconies aren't private, but it's fun to chat with your neighbors while watching the people and cars go by on the street below. The Northern Exposure Room is the smallest; get the Verde View or the Western Room instead. Delicious breakfast, too!
Another great B&B. Definitely quieter than the Ghost City Inn, as it's located off the main road. Lovely gardens, ponds, and sitting areas. Pricier, too - but worth it if you want nicer accomodations.
After breakfast at your B&B, tour the town - there's shops, galleries, restaurants and museums. Many weekends there'll be a special event going on. Do stop by the old theater (currently being restored) and the museum within it. They have an annual historic home tour in May, and lots of events near Halloween - this quirky town enjoys its "haunts"!
Visit the museum and take the mine tour, located just west of Jerome's main street area.
Hungry after all that sightseeing? Stop by here for lunch, grab a seat on the patio, and take in the gorgeous view of the Verde Valley. Oh, and did I mention the food is fantastic? The servers really know their wines, too.
There is almost always a wait here, and for good reason. Fantastic hamburgers, a great view if you get a window seat, and quick (if almost too "efficient") service. Not as relaxing a place as Grapes, though.
This restaurant is located on top of the hill above Jerome, within the Jerome Grand Hotel. I'm not a fan of the hotel itself, but I love their restaurant. Panoramic views of Verde Valley can be had from the patio, or (if you get lucky) snag an inside table next to the French doors that open up to this gorgeous vista, with Sedona visible in the distance. Food is pricey, but if nothing else, go here for dessert.
(Oh, and try not to be freaked out by the "patient" sitting in a wheelchair next to the restrooms....)
Lively crowd most days; sometimes it's busy late at night, and sometimes not. You'll see everyone from locals and tourists to cowboys and bikers. LIve music on weekends.