Arizona December 10, 2017
The Charming Cabin Restaurant In Arizona That Feels Just Like Home
There’s nothing like a thick, juicy steak, or a huge slab of tender prime rib… but enjoying them in a cozy cabin restaurant is even better. Take a look at this quaint spot in Greer.
The Historic Molly Butler Lodge and Restaurant opened in 1910. It's the oldest lodge in the state, and a place you definitely need to stop in for dinner soon.
Lined with wood paneling and decorated with quaint furnishings, the dining room is cozy and warm.
On cold nights, it's particularly homey. How about some hot cocoa in front of the fire?
While the atmosphere is definitely amazing, the food is even more so. The prime rib is tender and delicious — a house specialty.
Molly's Special Steak is perfectly seasoned and grilled, then served with Mormon gravy.
Try a bowl of Molly's famous "Hot Dang" Chili. It will warm you right up!
The blackened chicken alfredo is also a tasty choice.
You'll want to leave some room for pie after your meal. There's nothing like a warm slice of homemade apple pie, served up with ice cream on the side.
Molly Butler also has a fully-stocked bar, so you can enjoy a drink before, during, or after your meal.
You'll find Molly Butler Lodge at 109 Main Street in Greer. Enjoy dinner every night from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; lunch is served at the restaurant Thursday through Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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