• Sunset in Red Rock Canyon

      No trip to Sedona is complete without visiting the famous Red Rocks. Open daily from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Oak Creek’s riparian habitat is a unique one. Part recreational destination and part educational facility, free guided nature walks are available at 10 a.m. daily. You’ll also want to join a Wednesday or Saturday … [Read more...]

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  • Winetasting.

      Need something to help you get over the mid-week hump? Every Wednesday from 5 – 7 p.m. at Sound Bites Grill is Wineaux Wednesday. Get four pours for just $10, and taste some unique local wines as well as top-ranked bottles from around the world. Wine experts are on hand to help you discover … [Read more...]

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  • Artisan craft cold brew nitro gourmet coffee espresso coffee beans

      Don’t let the desert heat keep you from your caffeine fix. Sedona is home to some of the best cold brews in the country, and you won’t want to miss out on this unique way of prepping your favorite beverage. Theia’s, on the corner of Apple Avenue and Cedar Street, is known for cold … [Read more...]

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  • Trekking

      Many visitors flock to Sedona for the outdoor recreation, and February is the perfect time for a hike, mountain biking or kayaking session. Oak Creek Canyon is one of the area’s most beloved of destinations, featuring a river gorge between Flagstaff and Sedona. It’s the “little sister” of the Grand Canyon, but famous for … [Read more...]

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  • Couple toasting wineglasses

      Reserve your Valentine’s Day table at one of Sedona’s most romantic restaurants. Dahl & DiLuca Ristorante is an Italian staple with homemade pastas served in authentic villa-inspired dining halls. Organic, farm-to-table cuisine features local and seasonal flavors—and the pasta is always made from scratch. However, it’s the dessert menu that really wins over hearts. … [Read more...]

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  • chinese painting exhibition

      Every First Friday, the Sedona Gallery Association hosts an incredible, free evening of art, wine and community. February 3rd from 5 – 8 p.m., take advantage of the city’s free First Friday trolley service, and hop from gallery to gallery. You’ll meet featured artists, enjoy special exhibits, and discover a smattering of unique art … [Read more...]

    Filed Under: Culture, Entertainment

  • Pretty woman shopping fruits and vegetables

      On January 14 – 15, head to VegFest and indulge in locally sourced produce, dishes and authentic recipes. Located at the Sedona Performing Arts Center at 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, this two-day celebration showcases plant-based eating with plenty of samples and cooking demonstrations. Meet celebrity chefs, sit in on sessions regarding lifestyle … [Read more...]

  • Old vintage wooden saloon doors

      The oldest operating restaurant in Sedona is a fine dining establishment—that’s haunted. Relics Restaurant and Roadhouse, located at Historic Rainbows End, offers full-service banquet options and is close to a number of popular attractions. Enjoy classic dining in a variety of rooms. In operation for over 70 years and boasting an antique bar nestled … [Read more...]

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