Pronounced "wah-HOCK-uh", this second-story restaurant is a favorite with visitors for its health-conscious, ... More
Pronounced "wah-HOCK-uh", this second-story restaurant is a favorite with visitors for its health-conscious, made-from-scratch Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. Dark wood furnishings, archways and columns give the restaurant a Mexican village feel. Typical Mexican is prepared with care and attention to nutrition. All salsas, sauces, guacamole and breads are made fresh daily. Try the house-made desserts, especially those crafted of Belgian chocolate. Most meals range $6-12. Arizona micro-brews and more than 40 tequilas are the usual beverage choices. A new wine list highlights Chilean bottlings. A glass of house wine is $4-6. Whatever drink you choose, you can sip it whilst enjoying the view from the rooftop cantina.
It was the worst restaurant I have ever been too! We visit Sedona very often and have tried it twice. I will never try it again. Both times, about a year apart from each other, were gross! The second time we went was even worse! It was way over priced and horrible. Don't waste your money on this place!!!!!
Have you ever savored rattlesnake or buffalo? You can here. "High Desert cuisine" is offered at this upscale cowboy cafe.
Buffalo and beef are as big on the menu here as burgers in chili. There are a variety of ...
Often voted "best steaks and ribs," this Western styled steakhouse and saloon, housed in an early 1900s structure and formerly
called a "Steakhouse & Saloon", is the oldest watering hole in town. Prime rib is a favorite, along with ...
Orchards Inn of Sedona's casual cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily in an airy, country style dining room. The
dining room has curved back chairs, bare wood tabletops and homey accessories. Fresh ingredients and made to order preparations ...