RENÉ at Tlaquepaque has long been a Sedona landmark. Since its grand opening in 1977, RENÉ has been delighting residents and visitors alike with its wonderful ambiance, attentive and pleasant service, and of course, outstanding food. For more then twenty eight years locals, tourists and celebrities have made RENÉ their ‘special place’ for lunch and dinner. You owe it to yourself to make your visit to Sedona special…you owe it to yourself to dine at RENÉ.
The Mexican courtyards, bubbling fountains and ancient stand of sycamores provide an elegant and unique backdrop for a wonderful, reliable Classic French menu with Southwestern touches; the formal setting indoors is balanced by lovely outdoor dining and the gracious service is for all; stargazer alert – celebrities fill up this place.
Ease into the plush banquettes of this pretty lace-curtained restaurant for classic Continental dishes. Rack of lamb is the house specialty, but the tender antelope in juniper sauce is a worthy competitor. Service is formal, as befits the room and menu, but you won’t feel uncomfortable if you come in your shopping duds.
Sedona’s most delightful experience awaits. Rene at Tlaquepaque is an experience that should not be missed for lunch or dinner. Voted by Sedona’s residents as “the best place to celebrate a special occasion”. Experience Rene’s wonderful ambiance, attentive and pleasant service, and the outstanding food. The location is in Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village.