Skyler Reeves of Vivili Hospitality Group is taking over the restaurant scene in Prescott with three new concepts opening within this past year. The hospitality group is the largest restaurant group in Prescott, with Reeves offering five new concepts across the town. From traditional Mexican-style food to a taste of Southern Italian home, Vivili Hospitality is bringing a new culinary era to Prescott.
La Planchada Taqueria
Opening as Prescott’s first-ever modern taqueria and tequila bar, La Planchada is offering Northern Arizonians the largest selection of tequila and agave-based spirits in town. The elevated concept focuses on doubling as a daytime street-style taqueria that transforms itself into a moody social club by night. Aside from its bar menu, the joint will also offer a fantastic vast menu offering everything from traditional Mexican classics, like carnitas, to a hibiscus lamb taco.
To view the full menu, visit laplanchadataqueria.com.
The County Seat
Offering a fast-casual service in a relaxed coffee shop-style setting, The County Seat has a comfortable, yet contemporary vibe for its guests. The County Seat finds itself in the best location in town, situated in the middle of the main drag of Gurley Street, on the top floor of the historic Burmister Building and directly across from Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza. It is Prescott’s perfect place to kick back and enjoy an array of fresh-pressed juices, low-ABV cocktails and an assortment of drinks from the Seat’s bar. The joint’s menu also offers fresh, robust salads, hearty sandwiches, and quick grab-and-go items for guest convenience.
To view the full menu, visit countyseataz.com.
Rosa’s Pizzeria offers guests a homage to the founder’s Mediterranean roots by serving authentic Sicilian and Southern Italian recipes with a traditional New York-style pizza alongside. The pizzeria, open for both lunch and dinner, offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere with a rustic interior complemented by exposed brick and antique pieces.
For more, visit rosaspizzeria.com.