Sagebrush Annie’s – Maricopa, CA
This was food stop #2 on the Great Hwy 33 Loop I took last weekend.
I’d never heard of the place, and it wasn’t until we were looking at the online map of the driving route when we saw there was a little square of civilization on Hwy 33 a dozen or so miles before hooking up to Hwy 166 near Maricopa. But once we found out the there was a place called Sagebrush Annie’s, we found information about it online. Seemed like a worthy stop.
If it weren’t for a GPS, we’d have almost blown right by it, there’s very little warning. But it’s right on the Highway, and only requires a cautious turn into a dirt lot with a lot of loose sand at the entrance.
We weren’t the only ones thinking this was a pleasant little stop. Reservations are required for dinner. Not that we were there for dinner, we thought a quick stop for wine tasting would be in order. The sources online said the wines were consistently award winning. And we weren’t the only ones there were wine tasting. Another couple must have arrived just minutes before. Perhaps that set the priority of who got to talk the most, or maybe it’s because the two were from orange county, but they were the alpha talkers in the room.
If it’s any testament to the devotion and love people have for Sagebrush Annie’s, the two other wine tasters had left their children to wait out at the car parked in the sun, or let them play outside by the highway.
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