Prescott’s high-end steakhouse, Murphy’s is housed in an 1890 mercantile building that’s on the National Register of Historic Places; it’s long been one of Prescott’s favorite special-occasion restaurants. Sparkling leaded-glass doors usher diners into a high-ceilinged room with fans revolving slowly overhead. Many of the shop’s original shelves can still be seen in the lounge area, and the restaurant does a good job of creating a historical ambience. The best bets on the menu are the mesquite-grilled meats, but the fish specials can also be good.