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by Kate Chopin
January 20, 2012
From journal A great weekend in Scottsdale, Arizona
long beach, New York
August 29, 2007
I would definitely eat here again. What a wonderful Place. It is a great value for good food and it's reasonably priced.The restaurant has an outside deck and a huge panoramic window overlooking the valley and the desert. It has a lot of memorabilia from Jerome. Jerome is an old west turn of the 19th century Copper mining town. The main draw to this place is that it is haunted by a women. As those of you who know me I am kin to spirits and I can feel their presence. She was not in the restaurant but I felt her moving around in the rooms above.
The Staff are very friendly. The service was excellent. The food was excellent. We stopped in for lunch. We all had burgers, except our little son who had a chili cheese dog, it was one of the best burgers I have ever tasted. An Added plus was the beer. It was Ice Cold which was very refreshing after driving through Cottenwood and the hot Arizona desert.
From journal Our Summer Vacation to AZ
September 23, 2006
From journal Week in and Around Sedona, AZ
May 7, 2005
We got into town about 3:30pm and were starved since we hadn't eaten since breakfast. We were seated rather quickly because we didn't mind if we ate inside. We were seated by the window that looked over the valley, though, so we still had a nice view.
The Haunted Hamburger is on the top of the hill in Jerome, an old mining town built on the side of a mountain. The view is fantastic. We were actually on our jeep tour in Sedona when the guide pointed out buildings on a hillside in the distance and said that it was Jerome. It was neat knowing we were recently there looking out and must have seen Sedona from there.
The Haunted Hamburger is a rather small, pub-like restaurant. There is a wrap-around deck outside with some seating under cover. I had a blue-cheese burger that I thought was good. My son had ribs for an appetizer that fell right off the bone. I can't really remember what anyone else got, except for my daughter. She ate the cheese quesadillas and didn't like them.
The specialty here is the ribs. The hamburgers were good, but I wouldn't say it was the best I've ever had.
From journal First Trip to Sedona
San Anselmo, California
April 19, 2004
From journal Week in Sedona
September 24, 2003
From journal 7 Days Sedona Arizona
February 24, 2003
From journal Arizona in February