Whether you’re passing through town on business or pleasure, or a long time native to the Tri-City area, the Manzanita Grille has something for everyone. Our restaurant, overseen by local chef Joel Sagahara, offers traditional America fare with worldly influences. Our classic egg breakfast and casual lunch, featuring memorable Angus Burgers, Preskit Dip and Cranberry, Walnut Apple Chicken Salad are served daily. Our Dinner menu is offered four nights a week and includes: Liver and Onions, Chicken Marsala, All You Can Eat Pasta on Wednesday’s and All You Can Eat Fish Fry on Friday’s.Beyond just a great place for business lunch or family breakfast, we offer an array of banquet events. Plan your next tournament to include lunch on the patio. Perhaps your next anniversary, retirement party or even the excitement of a wedding! Our “Old Club House” is equipped with a full bar, stage and dance floor to make your next event a memorable one. Just like our Grille Menu, the banquet offers a variety of tastes and is open to personalization. Let our menu and reasonable prices entice you to return to our casual elegance and friendly service.Antelope Hills was founded in 1956 with the opening of the North Course. Designed by Lawrence Hughes, the course is a traditional layout, which features tree lined fairways, and fast bent grass greens. In 1992 the City of Prescott opened its second championship course. The South Course designed by Gary Panks, features open fairways, generous mounding, large undulating greens and a very panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and granite rock formations. At 5,000 feet in elevation, Antelope Hills makes for a great escape from the summer valley heat. Temperatures can average 15 to 20 degrees cooler than the Phoenix area. For those who would like to fly in and play a round of golf, Antelope Hills is located next to Prescott Municipal Airport (Ernest A. Love Field).