Traditional Foods You Can Find in Sedona

Traditional Foods You Can Find in Sedona

Award-Winning Home Cooking in the Village of Oak Creek!

~ Where the Locals Like to Eat! ~

Miley’s Cafe serves only the highest quality and freshest meals possible.  Hours are 6:30 am to 8:00 pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and 6:30 am to 3:00 pm Sunday through Wednesday.

A family restaurant that strives always to keepn their prices low. Most of theur items are prepared fresh daily and cooked to order.

Breakfast is served ALL DAY. They feature a wide variety of Omelets with some health conscious alternatives and a Kids menu. Feeling like a Mexican style breakfast? They have Huevos Rancheros, burritos and more.

Check out their great lunch and dinner menus as well! Looking for a sandwich or burger? They have you covered from wraps to their signature burger the “No Way Jose” burger. They have some great Mexican Entrees as well including vegetarian selections and combination platters. Looking for an American style dinner? They have them too, from steaks to soups and salads. Gluten-free? That is on the menu as well.

And don’t miss their DAILY SPECIALS!

Poke Restaurant in Sedona

Poke Restaurant in Sedona

Aloha Sedona.

A popular taste of Hawaii has come to the Red Rock Country.

Sedona resident Ryan Nichols opened Sedona Poke Company earlier this month.

“I spent most of my childhood in Hawaii so I was eating Poke all the time,” explained Nichols.

Recently, the Sedona Red Rock High School graduate said he noticed all these Poke restaurants opening up in Scottsdale and Phoenix.

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Sedona resident Ryan Nichols opened Sedona Poke Company earlier this month. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

So he and his cousin Gregory Nichols started visiting Poke restaurants to come up with the best concept they could for a Poke restaurant in Sedona.

Poke “is a traditional Hawaiian dish,” explained Nichols. Its raw ahi (tuna) mixed with sesame seeds, soy sauce, several types of seaweed, sesame oil and a little bit of honey.”

There are different types of Poke and Nichols is offering them in his new restaurant.

His restaurant is one-of-a-kind, Nichols said. He came up with the business plan himself using the best of all the restaurants he has researched.

It’s kind of a sushi bar meets a Chipotle.

There is raw fish, there is the kiosk-line and the bins of endless choices to go into your Poke bowl.

Customers first walk into the restaurant and are met with a computer kiosk with their order choices.

“Tap to get started.”

Different bowls appear for a customer to create and then order. Once customers choose their base of rice, mixed greens or seaweed wrap, the kiosk pages leads them through choices of Poke proteins (marinated ahi, raw ahi, raw salmon, tofu, chicken breast) and then toppings, sauces and then dry toppings.

All these are added to a cart with a drink choice and bowls are constructed by a restaurant employee behind the counter in a Chipotle-restaurant style of service.

“This is one-of-a kind,” Nichols said.  Many Poke restaurants have this general set-up, but Nichols said he designed this layout just for his first restaurant in Sedona. “I did it from scratch.”

“Let’s bring something different, something good, something quick,” he said. There’s not a lot of options in Sedona for quick, quality take-out.

The food is all fresh, the fish is wild ahi through Santa Monica Sea Food. There’s a huge list of items that can be added to the bowls listed on Sedonapokeco.com that people can look up.

Before Poke, Nichols was running a computer repair business, the PC Fixers, which he had someone else take over.

Nichols said he is now concentrating on Poke and his four employees.

The restaurant is open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. or 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. They are still coming up with exact hours for weekend closing, he said.

“We do want to cater to a later crowd. There’s nothing open around here. At 9 o’clock all the restaurants are closed,” he added.

“Sedona doesn’t have anything like this,” explained Nichols. Dining is casual and the restaurant is a convenient store-front in the Harkins Theater parking lot.

Sedona Poke Company is located at 2081 W SR 89A Suite 6, Sedona, AZ 86336. Call 928-862-4197or visit http://sedonapokeco.com

Spend a day at Sedona Health Spa

Spend a day at Sedona Health Spa

Sedona Health Spa is the premiere luxury and intimate spa in Sedona dedicated to enhancing its guests’ health, beauty, and wellbeing. As the ultimate retreat spa in Sedona, the Spa provides guests a complete experience destination – a haven of holistic treatments, gifted therapists, and comfortable amenities.

This sanctuary’s name begins with Sedona, because outside and inside the Spa blends the energy, beauty, and vistas of Sedona’s magical scenic setting. Its philosophy and atmosphere offers the best of 3 spa approaches: Asian, Native American, and European. The Spa is suitable for men as well as women, and people of all ages.

Great Restaurant in Sedona

Great Restaurant in Sedona

Corner Table Restaurant & Bar is family owned and operated. Featuring Modern America Cuisine with full bar that includes a variety of local beer and wine. Stop in for live entertainment on the weekends. Corner Table is open for lunch and dinner from 11 AM to 9 PM.

Corner Table opened in 2017, rooted in Sedona. Joining together over 40 years experience in restaurants and hospitality, this tight knit family brings Modern American food to the table in a beautiful setting with a smile. It is fun for a night out on the town and see what the locals are talking about.

A good meal in Sedona

A good meal in Sedona

Take a trip to Blue Moon Cafe in Sedona and make your next meal a good one. Blue Moon Cafe works to create healthy meals with flavorful twists. Be sure to complete your meal at this restaurant with a drink from the restaurant’s full bar.

Blue Moon Cafeis a local eat place for Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek! The Sedona, Arizona restaurant offers a wide variety of affordable and delicious food choices in a comfortable family dining environment. If you�re looking for some local Sedona, Arizona flavor, the Blue Moon Caf� is the restaurant for you!

Sedona is a International Dark Sky Community

Sedona is a International Dark Sky Community

In the summer of 2014, after many months of hard work by the Sedona non-profit organization, Keep Sedona Beautiful, and with the assistance of the City of Sedona officials, Sedona, Arizona was awarded the coveted International Dark Sky Association designation as an International Dark Sky Community. As a result, Sedona is currently one of only eleven dark sky communities in the world.

Local dining at Oak Creek Country Club

Local dining at Oak Creek Country Club

For dining, with a touch of glamour, a little old world sophistication, and a dash of local charm, the Redstone Grill Bar & Patio is unparalleled. The menu is best characterized as Contemporary American Cuisine

At Redstone Grill Bar and Patio, we regard food and dining as an art form.
Our food is prepared from the finest freshest ingredients possible, seasonal vegetables and fruits served at ripe perfection, meats exquisitely prepared in our restaurant, even breads and buns are baked in our own kitchens. We do not regard this as extra effort. For the staff at Redstone, it is the way truly wonderful meals are created. At Redstone, we don’t simply cook meals, we serve happiness on plates.

We care about every single person’s meal. They say you put your signature on every plate, that really is true. We focus on how the plate looks, how it smells, how it tastes, its texture, everything. We want everyone who comes here to be happy. And for the food to be memorable, because that really is what it is all about, memories. At Redstone, we care. And it shows in our beautifully appointed al fresco dining patio, and our luxurious intimate bistro-style grill. You’ll sense it in the attitude of our professional staff, and of course, you will taste it in every bite.

What could be more inviting than the gorgeous outdoor dining area at Redstone? Enjoy the gorgeous Village weather, drink in the blue skies, it is one piece of the good life that makes living in Northern Arizona special. For breakfast after a round of golf, or mouthwatering appetizers and drinks with friends, the Patio is sure to become a local classic.

Dining at Redstone starts with classic breakfast choices served daily until 2pm. Lunch brings homemade soups, salads and a variety of sandwich and wrap offerings plus daily lunch specials. From 11am to closing we offer delicious home made pizza and calzones from scratch. In addition to all of above, our award winning BBQ choices offer something for everyone to enjoy. Our patio smoker offering authentic BBQ smoked chicken and pork choices plus ribs and steaks! Friday and Sataurday nights Chef Finney creates weekly dinner specials to keep the menu fresh. Join us every Friday night for our All You can eat Fish Fry or Pime Rib Dinner. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Golfing at Sedona Golf Resort

Golfing at Sedona Golf Resort

No other Arizona golf course provides a better combination of jaw-dropping splendor and exceptional challenge than the acclaimed Sedona Golf Resort. Located in the heart of one of the most captivating regions of the Southwest, the thrilling 6,646-yard, par – 71 course is widely considered among the world’s most unforgettable golf experiences. Winding around the famed red rocks of Sedona, each hole provides a unique adventure. If you could play golf in the Grand Canyon, this would be it. Not only is it tucked in between the Red Rocks of Sedona, it is also just minutes from beautiful Oak Creek. This championship Sedona golf course receives continuous four-star reviews from Golf Digest and has tons of great golf packages to choose from. Visitors and locals alike say that playing Sedona Golf Resort tops the list of things to do in Sedona, AZ. Truly a Golf now or never bucketlist experience!

Cucina Rustica is a must visit restaurant of Sedona

Cucina Rustica is a must visit restaurant of Sedona

As if being in Sedona wasn’t magical enough- when you pass through the outdoor gates of Cucina Rustica you enter a restaurant unlike most others. The restaurant wraps its arms around you and settles you into dining experience that many foodies seek out but rarely find. Couples and large parties enjoy unobstructed service and ambiance. The tone of the restaurant is rich warm colors of the Mediterranean woven into the four dining rooms, uniquely separate but locked hand in hand to each other. Owner and Chef Lisa Dahl designed the restaurant with old world doors, lighting, windows for peek-a-boo openings, iron work, 4 fireplaces, 2 fountains and 2 magnificent patios. The large L-shaped bar area is vibrant, subtly lite and serving Wine Spectator list wines and fine cocktails while the sounds of the chef’s on the line ebb and flow in the background.
When you dine at Cucina Rustica the world is a million miles away.