A coffee shop with a tremendous selection and generous portions.  Cafe Jose has something for everyone.  Open daily, 5:30 am to 10 pm. for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  2370 W. Hwy 89A.  (928) 282-0299

A favorite gathering place for locals and visitors. Known as the Home of the Famous 101 Omelets. Serving breakfast (especially known for breakfast) and lunch, offers an extensive menu including authentic Mexican food. Breakfast served all day.  Open daily 6am-2pm. 2050 Hwy 89A. (928) 282-6626. 

Features a wide range of “High Desert” favorites as well as unique taste sensations: chicken, buffalo, elk and beef steaks, campfire BBQ ribs, vegetarian items and exciting Cowboy appetizers like “Rattlesnake Bites” and “Cactus Fries”. The Cowboy Club also offers its exclusive Silver Saddle Room for a quiet dining experience. The Silver Saddle Room serves buffalo tenderloin filet as their specialty dish. Lunch 11am-4pm, Dinner 5pm-10pm daily. 241 N Hwy 89A, Uptown. (928) 282-4200.


Just steps away from the Southwest Inn, the Euro Deli serves breakfast and lunch seven days a week. A full menu, including wonderful sandwiches, salads, daily specials and many imported items.  The perfect place to get a picnic lunch to enjoy by the creek or amidst the red rocks!


5-Star Chef Ivan Flowers prepares Mediteranean-Italian cuisine in an intimate setting.  Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Sedona’s more touristy sections, Fournos has the feel of a neighborhood bistro where you can have a meal and a glass of wine with friends.  Open Monday and Thursday through Saturday for dinner.  Cash and check only.

Located in West Sedona, serving lunch weekdays and dinner all evenings; bistro-like atmosphere, limited menu.  A very good choice for a romantic evening or special occasion.  Outside dining, weather permitting.  One of our guests’ favorites. They also have wonderful desserts, outdoor garden dining (when weather permits) and catering. 1610 W. Hwy 89A, (928) 282-0785. Reservations suggested.


Our guests give it great reviews. Casual atmosphere with cozy fireplaces in each room lend a casual elegance to the exceptional cuisine. Great BBQ back ribs. Fresh seafood, prime and choice steaks, vegetarian dishes, pastas and homemade desserts.  A local favorite known for service, consistency and quality. Reservations are a good idea. Patio dining in season. Hwy 89A & Soldiers Pass Road. Lunch 11:30am-5:00pm Mon-Sat; Dinner 5:00pm till closing  (928) 282-4449.


Ken’s Creekside restaurant offers a weekly changing menu with a Gypsy flair and some traditional American comfort food, served fresh and natural with unique taste sensations to seduce the palate.  Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week.  Live music every weekend. 251 Hwy 179. (928) 282-1705


Sedona’s own microbrewery, nestled among the shops at Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. Offering wood-fired pizzas, salads, sandwiches, and much more.  Great for families.  Patio dining available.  Open daily, 11 am to 9 pm daily. 336 W. HWY 179 at Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. (928) 282-3300.


Serving Southwestern specialties, steaks, ribs and fish in addition to salads, sandwiches and burgers. Located in West Sedona.  The bar features live entertainment and dancing seven nights a week.  There is also rooftop and patio seating.  Open daily, 11 am to 2 am for lunch and dinner.  1405 W. Hwy 89A (928) 282-5670.

Located in West Sedona, directly across the street from the Southwest Inn.  Genuine western grub, chicken, ribs, steaks, salads, lunch & dinner daily. 3235 W. Hwy 89A, Reservations suggested.  Monday nights all-you-can-eat BBQ pork ribs and Thursday nights all-you-can-eat crab legs. (928) 282-1593.


The perfect spot for lunch after shopping at Tlaquepaque, the Secret Garden serves tempting breakfast and lunch items amidst the beautiful greenery, papyrus reed-filled pond, and merrily tinkling fountain in the not-really-so-secret-garden.  Located in Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village.  336 W. Hwy 89A (928) 203-9564.

The Hudson
Voted Sedona’s Best Seafood Restaurant. Panoramic views of Sedona from its scenic deck. Serving unique salads, hearty sandwiches, mesquite-grilled burgers and daily specials for lunch. Featuring mesquite-broiled steaks and chops, fresh seafood and rack of lamb at dinner. Fine selection of wines. Light jazz entertainment many evenings. Sunset menu available. Hillside Courtyard Shopping Center. 671 Hwy 179. 928-862-4099.

STAKES AND STICKS (Los Abrigados Resort)
Comfortable atmosphere, casual menu.   Enjoy your favorite sporting events (20 TV’s) and OTB.  160 Portal Lane, off Hwy 179. (928) 204-7849.

One of Sedona’s finest restaurants. A beautiful restaurant in a world-class setting. Specializing in southwestern cuisine. The scenery, ambiance, service and gourmet dining create a Sedona experience that will provide an everlasting memory of Red Rock Country. Open daily. Breakfast 7:00-10:30am; lunch 11:30am-2:30pm; dinner 6:00-9:00pm. (928)204-6000. Reservations required.



An Italian restaurant with a “Southwest Flair”. Magnificent Mediterranean cuisine in an authentic old-world setting and moderately priced. In addition to classic Italian dishes, the menu contains meatloaf and rotisserie chicken. Located in the Village of Oak Creek in the Tequa Shopping Center. For reservation call (928) 284-3010.

Features a great selection of Northern Italian specialties. Several varieties of pasta, seafood, steaks, chicken and veal dishes.  Excellent food and atmosphere and a very friendly serving staff. Full Bar 2321 W. Hwy 89A (928) 282-5219.  Reservations recommended.

Very casual, great for families, open 7 days a week serving both lunch and dinner. Lunch includes hero sandwiches, salads, BBQ sandwiches, pita pizzas. A great place for lunch on a beautiful day. Their dining deck overlooks Oak Creek. Dinner is pizza and pasta, indoor and outdoor dining. They do not take reservations.  (928) 282-4204.

Located on Highway 89A in West Sedona. Great atmosphere, specializing in gourmet pizza and salads.  Open for lunch and dinner.  Outdoor patio  (928) 282-4140.

Mexican & Spanish


Located just 1/2 mile from the Southwest Inn, serving American Food with a Southwestern bite. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Fresh tableside guacamole prepared to your liking.  The Barking Frog is a great place to eat after a long day of traveling.  2620 W. Hwy 89A. (928) 204-2000


Chef Jeff Smedstad long revered in Scottsdale brings his skillful, original, authentic creations to this new intimate space at Arabella Hotel Sedona, where familiar-sounding menu items get a twist from unusual ingredients.  Open Tuesday-Saturday for dinner only.  No reservations taken. Be prepared to wait (but it’s worth it).  771 Hwy 179. (928) 203-0105.


Vibrant tropical reds, yellows, purples, teals and turquoise strike an upbeat note as you scan a reasonably priced menu.  Delicious Mexican food served in a casual and comfortable environment.  Great for families. Open daily from 11 am to 10 pm for lunch and dinner.  164 Coffee Pot Drive (928) 282-2728.

Located in the Hillside Marketplace, this Mexican-style restaurant offers beautiful views, great ambiance and wonderful Mexican food. Outdoor dining is available. The servings are large (check out the nachos grande) and you’ll be delighted at the number of menu choices. If you enjoy Mexican food and and southwest specialties, don’t miss this one. Reservations recommended. (928)203-9514.

Located in the Tlaquepaque arts and crafts village, El Rincon has offered “Arizona Style” Mexican cuisine and margaritas since 1976. Famous for their their chimichangas and Navajo pizza. Dine inside or on the patio under the sycamores. Evening reservations suggested. Tues-Sat 11am-9pm; Sun noon-5:00pm. Call for winter hours Nov-Jan. Closing at 5pm on Monday. (928) 282-4648.


French cuisine in a creekside location with delightful ambiance. Indoor and outdoor dining, wonderful Sunday brunch, seafood, salads, tempting desserts and daily specials. One of Sedona’s most elegant. Candle-lit tables. Reservations a must. 301 L’Auberge Ln.,       (928) 282-1661.

Located in the Tlaquepaque arts and crafts village. American and Continental food with some French cuisine. A long-term Sedona restaurant that has been a favorite of both locals and tourists. Romantic, semi-formal atmosphere.   Reservations recommended.  (928) 282-9225.


Located in West Sedona.  If you have never tried Indian food, you’re in for a very pleasant surprise (wonderful tandoori chicken) limited delivery area, open every day for lunch buffet and dinner, 1910 W. Hwy 89A, Suite 102 (next to Bashas) (928) 204-2300.



Sushi bar and Japanese restaurant located in the Hyatt Pinon Pointe Shops in Uptown. Beautiful Red Rock views.  Outdoor seating.  Reasonably priced.  Open for lunch and dinner.  101 SR 89A.  (928) 282-0992.


Authentic Szechuan food, sushi bar and martini bar.  Open daily for lunch and dinner.  Located in West Sedona.  1350 W. Hwy 89A. (928) 282-9288


Traditional Thai dishes.  Thai Palace offers a taste of the exotic in a warm and cozy setting at a moderate price.  Located in Uptown.  Open daily for lunch and dinner.  260 Van Deren Road.  (928) 282-8424


Walking distance from the Southwest Inn, the food at Thai Spices is spicy, splendid, made from fresh ingredients, and is moderately priced.  Open Monday to Saturday, 11:30 am to 2:30 pm for lunch and 5 pm to 9 pm for dinner.  2986 W. Hwy 89A at the White House Inn. (928) 282-0599.

Located in Uptown Sedona. A wonderful restaurant with Japanese decor. Featuring authentic Japanese cuisine, teriyaki, tempura, sukiyaki, tepanyaki, sushi, full cocktail bar, take-out, fine dining, garden seating. My favorite is their teppanyaki, made with chicken. Reservations suggested 282-2334, 465 Jordan Road.



100% organic with a delicious and diverse raw and cooked menu that’s entirely processed sugar-free.  Featuring an extensive selection of raw chocolates.  Open daily 11 – 9pm.


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