Where do foodies want to go for good grub in Sedona? We've got the list. From tv-worthy hotpots to restaurants with so many reviews they're a must, we've got your go-to spots for the best food in Sedona.
Cowboy Club – 21 N. State Route 89 A Uptown Sedona – step back in time to the old West and enjoy some delicious cowboy fair at Cowboy Club. Open 11 AM to 9 PM daily. As seen on Rachel Ray $40 a Day, Cowboy Club features some of the best grub this side of the Mississippi including Diamondback rattlesnake cakes, buffalo brochettes, and ridiculous homemade cornbread with honey chipotle better. Looking for something a little unique? How about some freshly fried cactus fries, cast-iron baked beans or their famous baby back pork ribs.
L'Auberge De Sedona - Also a resort and spa situated on the banks of Oak Creek in the heart of Sedona's red rock country, L'Auberge is probably one of the fanciest places to grab a bite to eat in the Sedona area. This restaurant has won recognition as 'One of the Top 10 Restaurants in the Southwest' and one of the 'Top 100 Al Fresco Dining' spots in the US according to OpenTable.
After a multimillion-dollar summer of 2015 renewal, the resort's creekside dining destinations offer some of the most succulent and tempting dishes around. There are actually three restaurants, the Etch kitchen and bar, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and Sedona 89 Agave Cantina, serving up some Sonoran the style Mexican food and tequila cocktails, and the Cress. The Cress on Oak Creek is definitely the spot for a special evening, anniversary or birthday. This is fine dining right along the banks of Oak Creek. If you're looking for some of the most amazing food in the area, this is where you need to make a reservation.
Tamaliza - Located at 1155 W. State Route 89A is some of the best cheap eats you'll find around Sedona. If tamales, tacos, enchiladas, and authentic Mexican food are your thing, you won't want to miss some of the tasty bites at Tamaliza.
Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante Italiano - Located at 2321 West Hwy. 89A. This fine dining Italian restaurant has clocked in over 2500 reviews on Trip Advisor and 72% of them offer five stars. From their warm environment to friendly, prompt service, everything at Dahl & Di Luca is exquisite down to the homemade pasta and Bolognese sauce. If you're looking for excellent pasta and Italian food, this is the place to be in town.
The Golden Goose - American dining at 2545 W SR 89A. Whether you're looking for a great lunch spot, beautiful patio dining, where one of the top places to get sangria in the city, The Golden Goose has you covered. Voted readers choice 2017 for some of the best American food in the area. For breakfast, lunch, dinner or even banquet menus, The Golden Goose provides unique fair anytime of the day or night. Try some of their unique items such as Yucca Frites, Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms, Kobe Burgers, and some ridiculous surf and turf.
Elote Cafe - 771 State Route 179. Now, of course, there's no shortage of southwestern food around here but Elote Café is serving up some of the most award-winning food in the area. They have awards from Phoenix Magazine, MSN, Fox News, the Arizona Republic and even the New York Times. Don't you want to eat here? Every week is a featured recipe but you're likely to find things like Pork Belly Tacos, Butternut Squash & Poblano Chili Soup, Buffalo Mole Poblanos, and Duck Carnitas. But, save room for dessert because you have a choice of agave ice cream, pumpkin flan, or cilantro lime sorbet with homemade whipped cream.
Pumphouse Urban Eatery and Market - 313 Highway 179 Sweet D10 – for something a little unusual, check out the Pumphouse for truffle mushroom soup, avocado toast like you've never had before, or a portobello Panini. Perhaps it's just an afternoon stop off for a cold pint of brew and a decadent cheese board with crisps and pickled vegetables. But don't fill up too much because you have to check out their amazing dessert case. Whether you're picking up dessert for an event at home or dining on one of their homemade eclairs, you won't want to miss their luscious treat section. The Pumphouse is great for breakfast lunch and dinner.
These are just some of the top places to eat around Sedona and what to eat when you're there. Want to add to the list? Let us know! We love to stay local and up to date with some of the best Sedona has to offer.
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