The Arizona of another era is captured in the architecture, art, and cuisine of this state’s last authentic hacienda. Named after the famed artist Alonzo (Lon) Megargee, and once his home and studio, this historic hand-built ranch house is now home to an American cuisine menu that plates similarly artful presentations. Chef Michael Rusconi skillfully wields bold flavors and intriguing combinations to showcase a multitude of dishes found throughout the region. Highlights include dishes like the Butternut Squash Ravioli with Spinach, the Grilled Beef Tenderloin, and the Alaskan Dungeness Crab Salad. And we mustn’t forget the award-winning wine list that takes its queue from the Chef’s fine fare.
One word: phenomenal!
Tucked back but very nice and a great place to stay as well.
Thought the location of the Inn itself was good. And the Patio seemed great! Wish we'd gotten to eat there! Liked the tuck away bar, and Old world, rustic charm. Service folks all seemed good, and attentive. It was where we were seated, the loud guests next to us, the bad menu for Easter dinner, and the under cooked meat that wrecked it for us :( Maybe sometime way out in the future we'll try again! Maybe!!!!