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Scott C.
Report | 5 months ago
The place is great!! Atmosphere and quality! Try all the oils. Even my kids dug taste testing!
Devin G.
Report | 6 months ago
Amazing food, try something new and you won't be disappointed!
Craig S.
Report | a year ago
Schedule the tour as soon as you arrive!
Tricia G.
Report | 2 years ago
The cashier and manager personally went above and beyond to make sure that our experience was perfect. The food was top notch.
Melissa G.
Report | 2 years ago
We enjoyed a very relaxing afternoon at the mill.
Jamie B.
Report | 2 years ago
This resturant is too open and bussy to enjoy a meal any more. We only go to shop. They need to have a separate buidling for the dinning area.
Jessica S.
Report | 2 years ago
Awesome to find local sourced food
Edward w.
Report | 2 years ago
always enjoy the place for the food and the products and going to the "Pork Shop" while in the neighborhood.
Trever M.
Report | 2 years ago
Great experience. The tour was fun, the food delicious, and the product assortment to take home...overwhelming. So much fun!!!!
julie l.
Report | 2 years ago
The tour guide was not as informed as we thought she should be.
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From Our Editors

Comfortably nestled in the shadows of the San Tan Mountains, owner Perry Rea and his family coax silken oils out of the olives they grow in their own groves. After more than 10 years of experiments, they finally settled on planting a few more than 16 distinct varietals, which thrive in the otherwise unforgiving Arizona deserts. Extending thoughtful care to each harvest, they avoid using any pesticides or genetically modified trees, employ water-conserving drip irrigation, and hand-pluck their olives at the peak of ripeness. Within 24 hours of picking, the staff then presses the crop in order to extract oils that taste as fresh as honey taken directly from a bee's pantry.

The fresh oils line the shelves of the mill's marketplace alongside imported wines and locally made goods. In addition to gourmet food items, the store stocks an extensive collection of Italian ceramics, works by local painters, and bath-and-body products infused with extra-virgin olive oil.

Queen Creek Olive Mill's oils also appear on the menu of del Piero, the facility's Tuscan-inspired bistro. Based on the Rea family's own recipes, each entree incorporates organic ingredients whenever possible, including locally sourced meats and herbs from the organic garden.

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