High Desert Market
This Main Street market is our go-to for basic provisions (if you can call goat cheese, prosciutto and a bottle of wine basic), and for lifting us out of an afternoon slump with a fresh green juice and a bite from their menu of light, satisfying sandwiches and salads.
If you are looking for just a few grocery items this place is close enough that you can walk from our cottage. They tend to stock more high-end items (more specialty, less "essentials"). They also make and serve food on site, which we highly recommend (their smoothies are delicious).
“A wood-fired pie at this local favorite is worth the wait. Be forewarned, being a local favorite, there often is one ;) ”
“Though you likely didn’t arrive in Bisbee with the expectation of an incredible Vietnamese meal, we’ll say with no small amount of conviction that Thuy’s is among the best in Southern Arizona. Small and unassuming, you’ll enter and see Thuy herself in the open kitchen as she prepares a selection of deeply satisfying dishes that includes pho, noodles, curry, and spring rolls.”
Grocery or Supermarket
“Make your way down Brewery Gulch, and you’ll find the oldest continuously operating grocery store in Bisbee, which still does business much as it did 100 years ago (though in more recent years they did step it up with a selection of VHS tapes for rent). In addition to such modern forms of entertainment and dry provisions, they also have a deli counter and coolers stocked with craft beers. *Note that, in keeping with their many charming anachronistic tendencies, Mimosa Market only accepts cash. ”
“On the ground floor of the historic, possibly haunted Copper Queen Hotel (what isn’t historic and possibly haunted here, after all?), you’ll find the red-lit, vaguely Lynch-ian Spirit Room bar. They obviously deal in puns, and also employ barkeeps who fix a fine cocktail. Sip on a gin martini and soak up the ambience, which often includes live music. ”