We serve high-end comfort foods in a small, 1920's home that has been renovated with intimate dining rooms and a commercial kitchen, which is also the hub of our full-service catering business. We prepare comfort foods people usually don't think of or take the time to prepare for themselves. Our pastas, dressings, sauces and desserts are house-made, including the crackers for our delicious soups. We always have vegetarian and vegan options and we are knowledgeable about special diets.
Our house is a dining venue in itself and is available for luncheons and evening events. Walk-ins are always welcome, however, reservations are suggested to be sure we have a table available for you.
Address: 778 N Main Street
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
Phone: (928) 649-3038
Annabel Valerie Sclippa comes from a family of curators, artists and architects, and has studied with Visionary Artists Martina Hoffmann and Robert Venosa. Primarily a watercolor artist, she has also been commissioned in oils and acrylic work. To see some samples, feel free to meander over to: steakandmustard.s5.com/art.html.
Phone: (928) 649-3038
Joan Bourque has been painting, drawing and taking photographs since childhood. Her favorite visions are of water and reflective objects. As a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University she apprenticed such fine New York artists as Chuck Close and Joe Zucker. She worked on large canvases as a super realist painter and showed in New York galleries from 1975 -1982. For the next fifteen years Joan lived and worked in the Caribbean as an underwater photographer and water colorist. Her images evolved to entertain children and ocean lovers. Many of these paintings were used in her children's book, Dreams of Dolphins Dancing. Today Joan works on and teaches many types of painting from recycled art to mandalas to murals.
I enjoy finding the beauty in all living creatures. Our environment is an endless source of entertainment for me. The ocean itself is a giant painting of which I never tire. Water and other reflective objects like glass and metal allow me to experiment with the abstract qualities of ultra realism. Making large paintings like murals allows small abstract shapes and images to emerge and create a life of their own. My life is not about art, it's about living creativity.