Joyce A. Aros
Tombstone's eateries...
Thu Nov 11, 2021 6:25


Frankly, it is nice that so many of you are enjoying pleasant memories of good eats in Tombstone. The town needs that kind of appreciation. I rarely eat in town, maybe once a year when a friend comes to town, so I shouldn't be shooting off my mouth in such a negative way.

I am probably affected more by the deterioration of the historic presentation of the town and that takes away my enjoyment of anything it has to offer. I find there is less civic and historical pride in the town as each year goes by. It needs to have some kind of control over what is presented to the visitors, like city ordinances that limit the extremes that are going on. Especially as the older ones who still enjoy the history don't get to see much of it being preserved anymore.

But maybe I have been here too long and am getting a little jaded; but I feel they are killing the Goose that laid the golden egg, as my grandma used to say.

Joyce

  • GRUBEddie Lanham, Thu Nov 11 2021 5:19
    Longhorn is the best, with many types of food including some Mexican. OK Café best for breakfast. Palace and Kates are OK.
    • Tombstone's eateries... — Joyce A. Aros, Thu Nov 11 2021 6:25
      • TombstoneSarah Stegall, Thu Nov 18 2021 0:46
        "...I shouldn't be shooting off my mouth in such a negative way." Well, coming from the point of view of an outsider/tourist who hasn't seen the place since 15 years ago--yeah. I can definitely see... more
        • Sarah/Tombstone...Joyce A. Aros, Thu Nov 18 2021 4:48
          Thank you, Sarah, for your supporting comments and observations. I do love Tombstone; have lived here 19 years in the house lived in by Judge Moses first and then the Lutleys. Mrs. Lutley lived here till... more