Some of the most influential men in the colonies gathered in Philadelphia to decide a common response to this and other "intolerable acts." From that time until the close of the century, City Tavern knew the patronage of the great and near-great of the American Revolution. It became the practice of the members of the Second Continental Congress to dine together each Saturday at the Tavern. Eight of the delegates, Randolph, Lee, Washington, Harrison of Virginia, Alsop of New York, Chase of Maryland, and Rodney and Read of Delaware chose to form a "table" and dine there daily. No doubt, matters of momentous importance were discussed and decided over a glass of Madeira and steaming rack of local meat.Today, The Bisbee Grille does it the same way our founding fathers did. The meat is ethereal, kissed by smoke, hugged by sauce, and licked by fire. We grille tender pork ribs that are brushed with our own select barbecue sauce. Served with roasted corn. Come celebrate the 4th with us in colonial style!
The coffee we serve at both The Bisbee Grille and Santiagos is roasted at our own roaster every day and brewed on site. We do not know of any restaurant that does this. If you would like to order your coffee beans whole or ground, you can shop at our website http://www.bisbeecoffee.com/ or call Roasting Room & Business Office:
Toll-Free Phone: 800-215-2611 / Local Phone: 520-432-7931
All coffee is roasted the day it will be shipped out,
which is usually within one business day of the time it was ordered.
(PLEASE NOTE: Roasting room is closed Saturday & Sunday)Also, visit our blog at: http://bisbeecoffeestyleguide.blogspot.com/