We dined at the Bisbee Grille during the 4th of July holiday week. We had heard from family and friends that the food and service were both quite good. The food was presented well and was quite tasty for the most part. My husband had the medalions of beef on open face ciabatta bread and the beer batter fries (they are to die for). He was quite content and even shared a fry or two along with the beef. Both very yummy. I had the Wahoo tacos...that consisted of 3 small cross between tortilla and pita type bread. The cabbge, fish, and sauce were quite tasty but not as filling as expected. The simple but incredibly mix salad of fresh fruit of blackberries, blueberries, strawberries and watermelon was fantastic. A real winner. Service was sub-par. Waiter did not know what the specials of the day were and really did not appear to be knowledgeable of the menu. An added exciting point of the evening was the challenge playing baby boomer trivial pursuit that kept us in stitches...not really sure why. All in all...the food is great, the location is accessible and accommodating to literally anyone (families, limited/restricted mobility,etc.) and based on our experience with their sister restaurant, Santiago's, they are committed to delivering a rewarding dining experience. We will go back when we return to Bisbee.
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