The Hilton Sedona Resort's dining room serves three meals daily in this casual, yet decidedly Southwestern ambiance. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto the resort grounds and the majestic red rocks surrounding the property. At lunch, try the Chipotle Chile Caesar Salad with chicken, shrimp or salmon or the Crab and Scallop Cake with strawberry-jicama salsa. Dinner highlights are the Pinon-crusted rack of Colorado lamb and the Breast of Muscovy Duck. House wines by the glass are priced at $5-8.
160 Portal Lane Los Abrigados Resort & Spa Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 204 7849
As its name implies, this restaurant concentrates on well-prepared beef and billiards. The dining room has a "clubby" atmosphere and the billiards room features tournament-sized tables. There is a library lounge where you can sit by the fireplace and enjoy a fine cigar. Custom-aged steaks are served with soup or salad and a one-pound baked potato. Other entree selections included sauteed calamari steak, pork porterhouse and stir-fried prawns and scallops. The wine list includes the Los Abrigados Resort & Spa's private label.
6446 State Route 179 (Suite 112) Sedona, AZ 86351 +1 928 284 3739
Just across the street from the Prime Outlet Mall, this Mexican cantina offers Sonoran-style cuisine. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily; and, on Wednesday nights, live music is featured. Imported Mexican furnishings and Southwestern art bestow a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Sonoran-style favorites are on the menu for lunch and dinner, with breakfast burritos served in the morning. Dinner entrees are priced from USD8-22. Full bar service is available with house wines priced at USD3-5 a glass. Stop by for Happy Hour weekdays from 4p-6p.
336 State Route 179 At the bridge in Tlaquepaque Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 4648
The first restaurant to open in Tlaquepaque shopping and gallery village combines Mexican, Southwestern and Native American influences. Voted Sedona's best Mexican restaurant for 17 years by Red Rock News, it is a favorite to enjoy a house special Margarita Magnifica. Spanish-style furnishings, arched doorways and brightly colored tableware afford a festive feel. Burritos, enchiladas, tacos, tostadas and quesadillas make up the majority of the menu. Navajo Pizzas (similar to fry bread), Chiles Rellenos (stuffed chiles) and Chimichangas are also worth a try.
215 Coffee Pot Drive Sedona, AZ 86366 +1 928 282 0549
Studio Live is a vibrant performance venue that encourages community and education through the theatrical arts. Offering poetry readings, musical performances, improv comedy and a variety of other live shows, Studio Live is Sedona's premier site for cultural enrichment. It is also the turf of the Sedona Performer's Guild, a not for profit organization dedicated to performing arts.
250 Cultural Park Place Sedona, AZ 86339 +1 602 495 1999
The Georgia Frontiere Performing Arts Pavilion located in Sedona Cultural Park is a 5,500 seat amphitheater. The Sedona Cultural Park is a 50 acre scenic area and one gets mesmerizing views of the famous red rock formations from here. The Performing Arts Pavilion hosts a number of concerts, plays and cultural events all throughout the year. You can plan a good day trip where one can take in the sights of scenic Sedona and enjoy a cultural event in the evening.
Unlike the Yavapai Restaurant, this is a more casual venue to dine at. Tii Gavo in Havasupai Indian language means a meeting place; and a meeting place has to be chilled out. So whether you are put up at the Enchantment Resort or not, this restaurant is a cool place to visit, especially for the signature cocktails that they serve. After a great hiking trip or a lovely pampering session at the Mii Amo Spa, a drink or two at Tii Gavo is recommended. One of the drinks that they serve here is made of local cactii !!! Check it out.
2050 W State Rte 89A North side of Highway 89A Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 6626
With more than a hundred omelettes alone, it's no wonder that this place has been named "best breakfast" in Sedona multiple times. It has also garnered the "best overall bargain" award. This award-winning café and gift shop has been featured nationally on The Food Network, The Travel Channel, The New York Times and ABC News and has been a favorite local hangout for nearly half a century. There is a cozy Redwood Patio (open seasonally) and their big breakfasts are served all day, every day. At lunch the menu features classic American cuisine and authentic Mexican specialties. The extensive-but not expensive-menu includes more than 300 selections. Full bar service is available in the dining room and patio and they also have a charming souvenir shop.
40 Soldier Pass Road (north side of west State Route 89A) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 4449
This sibling to Keiser's West is the more upscale of the two, offering dining in an elegant but casual atmosphere. It is decked out in desert tones with wicker chairs, hanging lamps and chandeliers. Lunch menu items include soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers. Dinner selections include what are purported to be, "The Finest Barbecue Baby Back Ribs in the Known Universe." Judi's homemade specialties like the Butter Brickle Chocolate Chip Cream Cheese Pie are legendary. The award winning, full bar features wines by the glass.
2050 Yavapai Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 203 9441
This upscale but casual microbrewery produces some of the state's finest lagers and ales, and now also serves wines and champagnes to a typically young clientele. To go along with the golden elixirs, choose from bar-style appetizers, sandwiches and entrees that are created to complement the brews. Pub fare is offered in its Bavarian Kitchen (open 4p-8:30p nightly). Wednesday night is ladies' night, with drink specials for female patrons. Live entertainment on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays includes mellow rock, folk and blues performances.
Year after year, Shugrue's Hillside Grill is awarded the distinction
of being Sedona's superior seafood and fine dining restaurant. There is also good news for steak lovers the beef is hand cut for top quality. Located in the Hillside ...
This upscale but casual microbrewery produces some of the state's
finest lagers and ales, and now also serves wines and champagnes to a typically young clientele. To go along with the golden elixirs, choose from bar style appetizers, sandwiches ...
Chefs Andrea DiLuca and Lisa Dahl serve up some of
Sedona's finest Italian fare in a restaurant that is consistently chosen as Sedona's best European cuisine. Bright red tablecloths, lattice backed chairs and saltillo tile floors complete the Mediterranean ...