465 Jordan Road (West of Highway 89A) Sedona, AZ 86336
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.
Sister to the popular Judi's Restaurant, here you will find hearty, "stick-to-your-ribs" breakfasts, barbecue and Mexican fare. The mascots are cartoon characters; Yosemite Sam and the Tasmanian Devil and give a lighthearted touch to the atmosphere. Try the Sampler Platter, which includes salad, bread and two tasty side dishes. The restaurant is open for three meals a day. Leave room for Judi's famous homemade desserts!
1752 South Highway 179 (At Radisson Poco Diablo Resort) Sedona, AZ 86336
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.
Within the picturesque Tlaquepaque Village, this upscale eatery is perfect for celebrating special occasions and impressing visitors. The elegant cuisine is prepared under the direction of Executive Chef Walter Paulson and is served with the utmost attention to detail. The signature dish is the Colorado Rack of Lamb ala René for two, carved tableside. An exceptional wine list offers quite a few selections in the USD25-40 per bottle range. Note that personal checks are not accepted.
American and Mediterranean-inspired dishes are served in the pastel-toned dining room, which manages to be country without getting "kitschy". The stone exterior of the restaurant gives it an Italian country-cottage-like quality. The restaurant also offers grilled Certified Angus steaks, fish and seafood and poultry dishes at dinner. At lunch, soups, sandwiches and salads are added. Breakfasts are hearty and have that "just like grandma used to make" quality.
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.
This unassuming restaurant tucked into a Sedona strip mall proffers well-prepared dishes. Starched tablecloths give a bit of a formal feel to the otherwise casual dining room. Name your favorite Indian dish and it is probably on the menu. From samosas to kormas, vindaloos to basmati and parantha, the large menu runs the gamut. The daily all-you-can-eat lunch buffet is a bargain. Vegetarians will find many options. Full bar service is offered.
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.
1655 West State Highway 89A (South side of State Route 89A) Sedona, AZ 86336
If they gave an award for the most peculiar place to dine in Sedona, there's no doubt that this diner would win, year after year. Where else can you sit next to a eight-foot-tall alien or order Lunar Linguini? More than a hundred UFO photos are featured in this unidentified-style eatery. Enjoy a Meteor Shower Shakes with your Vulcan Veggie Burger and mingle with the aliens. Most meals are in the USD6-15 range, with alcoholic beverages priced from USD3-6.
Poco Diablo Resort's fine dining venue boasts Southwestern cuisine and spectacular views of the resorts golf course and Sedona's magnificent red rocks. The dining room has Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired fixtures, formal table settings and professional service. Dinner specialties include the Diablo Chicken Breast with red onions, artichoke hearts and Boursin cheese; Grilled Ahi Tuna with mango/roasted red pepper salsa and Grilled Lamb Chops with orange caramelized onions. Breakfast and lunch are also served daily.
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