On the south side of the railroad tracks in a neighborhood mostly frequented by college students, Cottage Place is just what its name implies—an unpretentious little cottage. It reopened in 2017 after years of service as a fine dining establishment with a slightly more casual air—but despite the casual appearance, dining here is a formal affair, at least by Flagstaff standards. The menu, which tends toward the rich side, is farmhouse French, with an emphasis on fresh produce and seasonal ingredients. House specialties include steak frites, pork tenderloin, and other carnivorean treats, though there are a couple of choices for vegetarians as well.