Just south of Flagstaff proper and just across the Interstate from the airport sits this picturesque country restaurant with urbanesque food stylings. ... More
Jacksons Grill at the Springs
Just south of Flagstaff proper and just across the Interstate from the airport sits this picturesque country restaurant with urbanesque food stylings. It is situated on rolling lawns, and offers patio dining with exceptional views of the surrounding countryside. At lunch, enjoy a full range of spit-roasted meat sandwiches, inventive salads and brick-oven pizzas. Lunches are priced from USD7-USD14. Dinner specialties include Filet Mignon (with forest mushrooms, pancetta and port) and Lobster and Rock Shrimp Pasta.
Service was good, ambience nice, food LOUSY! I had the ribs and my wife had the crab legs... Ribs were obviously boiled and like mush, no char, no flavor and still had plastic stuck to the top that they cooked with it! Couldn't eat let alone look at. Crab legs were cold and meat was hard. We will never eat here again!
After my friends last experience there, which took 1 hour for salads, i doubt i will ever stop there again. It's a real shame, cause the place has top notch potential, with a very nice bar, great patio/outdoor seating, and used to have a very personable sous chef who seemed to have exeptional plate presentations and refined tastes. I always looked forward to stopping there on our next family vacation.
Went to Jackson's Grill on Sat eve of July 4th weekend 2007 with a party of 7. We were seated promptly, received excellent service. The meals were well prepared and professionally presented. The seafood dishes were better than the beefthough. Drink prices were a little steep.
July 14, 2007 -- Really stale bun, three times returned to kitchen, waitress didn,t seem to understand why bottom bun that cracks in half by itself is not acceptable-by that time burger went from kinda ok at first serving to that fine look of the inside meat on a Big Mac, if you know what I'm sayin----long long long wait in vertually empty (at lunch-maybe my 1st clue)restaurant - don't make the stop, better food in Flagstaff and Sedona, any day of the week.
I love the setting of this restuarant! It looks over a pasture full of horses and llamas. The decor inside is elegant and dim, candlelit, with peaceful jazz playing in the background. Our server was great, very professional and attentive, and the food was even better. I had the bacon wrapped filet and you could tell it was great quality! I'm hooked!
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