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 ambiance. On weekends, jazz piano music adds a festive touch. Pastas featured here include Piatto Milanese, tender linguine with spicy Italian sausage, mushrooms, peppers, onions and peas in aglio sauce. Veal, chicken and daily seafood specials are also well prepared. House wines are also available.
1185 Airport Road (At the Sedona Airport) Sedona, AZ 86336
Hearty American fare and early-bird dinner specials make this a favorite place for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Comfy booths and friendly service make this a great choice for the whole family. A covered outdoor terrace offers a view of the take-offs and landings. At lunch, try the "Throttle Bendin' Burger" and the roast pork with apricot glaze. Dinner choices include rotisserie-roasted lamb, grilled swordfish and a half-pound filet mignon. Lunch and dinner items are $6-$22.
Regularly voted Sedona's best restaurant, this romantic, casual restaurant serves some of the area's finest gourmet. At lunch, the "Duets" are a great way to experience several menu items. They are priced from USD9-12 and include a choice of soup & grilled vegetables, Caesar salad & pizza, or warm red cabbage salad & half pasta. Dinner specialties include Pecan-crusted local trout with Dijon cream sauce and roast duck with a dried cherry relish.
3235 West State Route 89A (South side of State Route 89A) Sedona, AZ 86336
Often voted "best steaks and ribs," this Western-styled steakhouse and saloon, housed in an early 1900s structure and formerly called a "Steakhouse & Saloon", is the oldest watering hole in town. Prime rib is a favorite, along with large-portioned Angus steaks. Baby back ribs, chicken, trout, shrimp, burgers and a few Mexican items round out the menu. Full bar service is available. Also offered is scenic patio dining, live country music on weekends, horseshoe pits, pool tables and big screen televisions.
1500 State Route 69 (North side of State Route 69) Prescott, AZ 86301
About 65 miles Southwest of Sedona you will find this gaming goldmine that lies in the little pine-covered city of Prescott. Owned by the Yavapai-Prescott tribe, you may play 24-hours a day, with live-action poker, bingo, keno and 300 slots. Gaze at the lovely views and listen to live music in the Eagle's Nest Lounge, then on to fine dining at the Thumb Butte Dining Room. Stay overnight at the deluxe Prescott Resort, which is adjacent to the casino, or golf at the Prescott Lakes Golf Club.
525 Boynton Canyon At Enchantment Resort Sedona, AZ 86336
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.
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.
Take a break and follow Highway 179 south back to Interstate-17 to the Camp Verde exit 289. Slots, poker, keno and bingo await you in this gaming facility owned and operated by the Yavapai-Apache. There are conference facilities, lodging, multiple restaurants and live entertainment. For families, the 20-lane bowling facility offers safe fun and an on-site Johnny Rockets diner. Nearby attractions include ancient cliff dwellings and ruins at Montezuma's Castle and Well.
Located in the stylish new Sedona Rouge hotel, Red's has an ambiance all its own. The interior design's red motif complements the red-jacketed wait staff, who attend to your every need. The bar, though inviting, is not the main hot spot as most tend to favor the over-sized leather couches and arm chairs of the adjacent lounge area. The contemporary American menu includes the Mac & Cheese Skillet with Vermont Aged Cheddar elevates this childhood staple to a new level. Though a bit too trendy for some, it's prices are reasonable and the food does not disappoint.
8351 North Highway 89A (Oak Creek Canyon) Sedona, AZ 86336
The Junipine Resort's charming cafe is an idyllic setting for dinner, but you can also catch a country-style breakfast or hearty lunch here. The stunning stone structure has plenty of windows that look out onto Oak Creek Canyon, which surrounds the property. Rustic pine paneling, floors and furnishings give the restaurant a lodge-like atmosphere and a crackling fireplace adds to the warmth. Patio seating is available during the warmer months. The dinner menu consists of steaks, ribs, seafood and pastas with local trout a specialty.
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