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Primecut (Sedona)
Oct 15, 2002

Food Quality 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars 4.0 Stars
Service 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars
Menu Selection 3.0 Stars 3.0 Stars 3.0 Stars
Atmosphere 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars 4.5 Stars
Price 3.0 Stars 3.0 Stars 3.0 Stars

Out of 5 possible stars.

Primecut

by Nick Coons

(Note: Primecut closed their doors for business, date unknown).

This past Sunday, we traveled to the Prescott Art Festival, which took place outside of the county courthouse. Over one-hundred artists and retailers setup their displays; with such items as decorative mirror, hanging fountains, bonzai trees, kettle corn, cinnamon-roasted almonds, paintings, clothing, candied applies, wood carvings, Indian instruments, and various fruits for chocolate dipping.

After a quick lunch, we made our way to Jerome to visit the innkeeper at the Ghost City Inn where we had stayed previously.

Once we finished with our quick three-hour chat, we moved right along to Sedona to visit "one of the best steakhouses in the state", Prime Cut, claiming to be one of the few steakhouses in Arizona
Arizona(air-i'-ZON-u')

The State of Arizona comprises the extreme south-western portion of the United States. It is bounded on the north by Utah, on the east by New Mexico, on the south by Mexico, and on the west by California and Nevada.

to serve only certified prime angus beef. If you don't like beef or steak, don't go here. Their various steak dishes are great, but their non-beef choices are few.

Prime Cut is located at 2250 W. Highway 89A in Sedona.

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