Sedona Bed and Breakfast Hotels Know the Best Places to Eat
Blue Moon Café
Blue Moon Café is one of the few restaurants in the city that offers breakfast all day long. The restaurant is famous for its charbroiled burgers and steaks, as well as salads and sandwiches. Hand-tossed gourmet pizza is also a specialty that has fascinated its growing number of loyal patrons.
Hiro’s Sushi Bar and Japanese Restaurant
Dining at Hiro’s Sushi Bar and Japanese Restaurant will momentairly make you forget that you are in one of the Southwest's amazing destinations. Instead, the taste of the food, complemented well by the ambience itself will take you thousands of miles away across the Pacific.
Enchantment’s Yavapai Tii Gavo Restaurant
Yavapai Tii Gavo Restaurant at Enchantment Resorts takes to a culinary experience that is uniquely that of Sedona. The buffalo tenderloin and the grilled Colorado lamb complimented with exquisite wines leave memorable tastes as clear as the pictures you got at the canyons. The great view of the Boynton Canyon makes the experience even more amazing.
Oaxaca Restaurant & Rooftop Cantina
Eating at Oaxaca Restaurant & Rooftop Cantina is like paying homage to original Mexican cuisine. The restaurant is open seven days a week, offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Aside from the wide variety of Tequila, what makes this popular is that the cantina is actually on a red rock rooftop.
Italian and Mediterranean food-lovers appreciate the fact that with Cucina Rustica, they do not have to miss their favorites. Not only is the food prepared in the original Italian or Mediterranean manner, the setting inside the restaurant bolsters the feeling of being in an Italian seacoast.
Sedona’s sights and restaurants are like sirens surrounded by beautiful landscape. These beckon visitors from within the state and beyond. Those who respond to the call not only leave Sedona with satisfaction but also re-echo to the world the wonders that they have seen.