Best Poutine in Prescott

October 9, 2018

This time of year, we welcome winter visitors from across the nation and even flying in from Calgary and Edmonton Canada on Prescott Airport’s seasonal flights. Prescott is the perfect destination with amazing weather, signature events and a plethora of food and dining options for any palate. But what about our Canadian transplants and visitors? Where can they find delicious poutine in the Prescott area?

We’ve compiled the top spots to fulfill Canadian cravings just minutes from Talking Rock. Whether you’re originally from the north or want to try something new, these eateries are serving up mouthwatering poutine in your own backyard.

1. Prescott Brewing Company.
Prescott Brewing Company. Prescott’s favorite brewery keeps up with ever-changing culinary trends by offering seasonal dishes, one of which is a serving of delicious poutine. Visitors from Quebec will enjoy the dish, which is a plate of French fries, with cheese curds and hot beef gravy, along with the other favorites, including house specialties such as AZTEX Brisket sandwich, Pulled Pork sandwich and the PBC Pub Wedge Sandwich. These selections keep them on the cutting edge of what a true “brewpub” experience should be. $11-30.

2. The Raven Café. The café is a gathering place for visitors as well as locals with a full expresso bar, an innovative menu and an atmosphere that features art shows and local music on the weekend. They serve up a tasty Breakfast Poutine which includes scrambled egg, sauteed mushroom, obsidian-candied onions, sausage gravy, cheddar and jack cheese, served over fries. What a way to start the day! $7-13.

3. The Barley Hound. Poutine with your pooch? A Prescott favorite, the restaurant features a welcoming casual atmosphere and a large dog-friendly patio. The poutine fries are superbly cooked and made with high-quality ingredients. The Barley Hound aims to please adventurous eaters as well as having some great familiar items, serving burgers, pasta, herbed pork chops, rainbow trout and duck confit hash.

4. Devil’s Pantry. FRY gurus Dave and Amy lead a team of exceptionally creative imaginations on Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott. The friendly staff makes everything to order and serve it up hot and fresh. Try the fried Oreos too. SO good! Under $10.

If you love Prescott, but like your independence, visit Talking Rock talkingrockaz.com. Thirty minutes from downtown Prescott, this private, guard-gated master-planned community offers a variety of home sites and new customized homes, whether you want to live on the golf course or adjacent to Arizona State Trust Land. Home sites are ½ to 10-acres in size, and ready-to-move-in homes are also available. *Photos provided by restaurants