465 Jordan Road (West of Highway 89A) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 2334
This striking space is considered by many to be the ultimate Japanese dining experience in Red Rock country. If you are a sushi aficionado, this is the place to put your taste buds to the test. Hanging globe-shaped Japanese lanterns, striking Asian tapestries and bare-bones furnishings afford the dining room a Zen-like atmosphere. Patio dining is also available. Expertly prepared sushi is accompanied by teriyaki and tempura in addition to sukiyaki and teppan yaki dishes. Full bar service is available.
1752 South Highway 179 (At Radisson Poco Diablo Resort) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 7333
Radisson Poco Diablo's sports bar is a casual spot to watch a game or play pool. Big-screen televisions capture all the latest sports action or test your knowledge with an interactive trivia game. Pool tables also provide entertainment. The "Quick & Casual" menu features a wide range of appetizers, sandwiches, pastas and hot entrees. Most menu items are USD6-12. Local microbrews and a full complement of beers, wines and cocktails are available, priced from about USD3-8.
525 Boynton Canyon At Enchantment Resort Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 204 6000/+1 928 282 2900
Award-winning Chef Paul McCabe presents sensational Southwestern cuisine and 180-degree panoramic views at Enchantment Resort's elegant dining venue. Start your day with the breakfast buffet or lunch or "sup" on one of the Chef's terrific signature creations like the Rack of Colorado Lamb with a Dijon Pistachio Crust or Jalapeno Coulis; Blackened Ahi with a Wasabi Lime Sauce. The Jazz Brunch turns every Sunday into a celebration.
10th Street Cottonwood, AZ 86326 +1 928 634 0334/+1 800 937 8643(Toll Free)
The Mabery family treats visitors to an Old West adventure at this ranch. Before your meal, saddle up for a pony ride, or take a train tour. There is also a shooting gallery and Western-themed shops. Tuck into a chuck wagon feast, then stick around for live Western entertainment by the house band. The whole family will have a "Yee-hah" good time. Try the BBQ beef and chicken, cowboy beans and their fantastic biscuits. This is a real family place; no alcoholic beverages are served.
You may have seen Robert's Creekside Cafe peach cobbler featured on the "Regis Show," but that's just one of the many reasons to visit this casual, comfortable, creek-side cafe. The menu of classic cuisine with Southwestern accents include freshly made beignets and omelettes at breakfast, piled-high sandwiches, garden salads and pastas for lunch and innovative preparations of seafood, steaks and poultry dishes at dinner. The wine list has quite a good selections and on weekends, live entertainment is featured.
555 West Middle Verde Road Camp Verde, AZ 86322 +1 928 567 7905/+1 800 381 7568(Toll Free)
Cliff Castle Casino's fine dining venue is designed to replicate a cave-dwelling, with jagged rock walls and diffused lighting. The table-settings are Southwestern formal, with starched cloths and fine china, making this an unusual, though strangely appealing upscale dining venue. The menu puts an Arizona spin on classic steak, poultry and seafood preparations. A guest favorite is the papaya-glazed chicken. Dinner entrées run from $14-25. Wines by the glass start at about $5. The casino also has a Johnny Rockets 50s-style diner, a bakery/deli and several themed lounges.
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.
336 Hwy 179 (Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 203 9564
This oasis is tucked away in Tlaquepaque Village and specializes in innovative breakfast and luncheon fare. Among the organic and pesticide-free selections, you will find a morning quiche bar, Foccacia French Toast, Baked Brie and Artichoke Salad, "Secret" Shrimp Samba (with coconut and red curry marinated shrimp and sizzled ginger noodles) and a Twice-Baked Goat Cheese Souffle with braised figs and pecans. Diners enjoy meals in a garden setting, replete with flourishing foliage, sculptures and comfortable furnishings. The cafe features jazz music on weekends.
671 State Route 179 (At Hillside Sedona) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 203 9514
A javelina is a creature similar to a wild boar - but there's certainly nothing "boar"ing about this lively, colorful cantina. Decorated in a bright Mexican motif, this restaurant is loud and filled with local charm. Choices are primarily Sonoran, with an Arizona accent. Combination plates of tacos, enchiladas and chimichangas are filling and flavorful. Lunch and dinner are served daily and it's Happy Hour from 3p-6p daily. Dinners are priced from USD8-16, Margaritas from USD5-7. Live music is featured on Saturday evenings.
671 State Route 179 (At Hillside Sedona) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 5300
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 Sedona complex, it is a casually upscale restaurant, not a jacket and tie kind of place. The outdoor patio is even more informal in feel. On weekends, live jazz music is performed.
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 ...
Located at the Factory Outlet Mall, this cafe with its
funky artwork and mustard colored walls is a refreshing respite for weary shoppers. A mini specialty food, coffee and cigar market is located at the front of the restaurant. ...
Pronounced "wah HOCK uh", this second story restaurant is a
favorite with visitors for its health conscious, made from scratch Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. Dark wood furnishings, archways and columns give the restaurant a Mexican village feel. Typical Mexican ...