An Italian Restaurant in Sedona

An Italian Restaurant in Sedona

 

A peek at our Hideaway House

We don’t follow a book of rules, we made a place for you to be comfortable and well fed. We like home cooked food so thats what we serve. Not all Italian food requires pasta or red sauce. Sometimes the special is just what Mom and Pop want for dinner, and thats always a good thing!. Its just like your friends house, so that’s what happens!

What are people saying?

The food is as great as the view! Voted one of the TOP TEN JAW DROPPING VIEWS in Arizona. The only restaurant in Sedona chosen for this top honor.

Homemade food and a view like this is a combination you don’t want to miss. Our guests come back for multiple visits each vacation, because they can’t get enough. Don’t take our word for it. Check out our reviews on Trip Advisor and Yelp.

Sedona’s #1 Pizza

Sedona’s #1 Pizza

 

Pizza, Sub’s, Salads, and More
Besides pizza, the menu has grown to feature items such as New York hoagies, to-die-for calzones, fresh crisp salads, chicken dinner, juicy hamburgers, pasta favorites, and more.

Moon Dog’s Pizza serves Sedona’s best New York pizza, hand tossed crust, secret sauce with roasted garlic, real whole milk mozzarella cheese and fresh ingredients. All meal are individually prepared when ordered, reasonably priced and friendly service from staff members.

Dine In, Take Out, Delivery
We’re open for lunch 7 days a week and we offer free delivery for those who can’t get out of work, just don’t feel like leaving the house or your hotel.

Proud to be family owned and operated since 2002. We are also a community school lunch provider.

A Mexican Restaurant in Sedona to try

A Mexican Restaurant in Sedona to try

 

AWARD-WINNING MEXICAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE

Cafe José is a family owned and operated business and is one of three eateries we own in Sedona. We also own the Golden Goose Cafe and Bistro and New York Bakery and Deli (former New York Bagel and Deli).

We believe in providing the best meal value in Sedona. Therefore, we do our best to provide you good food and a rewarding dining experience while keeping our prices low. We believe that good food should not “break the bank.”

Our meals are made fresh and mostly from scratch.

We cook to order, so “you can have it your way” on just about anything on our menu. Our hamburgers are made from fresh, never frozen beef; our sauces are made in-house and are our margaritas are as authentic as our Mexican dishes.

Enjoy your stay at Cafe José — a fiesta every day!

A Popular Restaurant In Sedona

A Popular Restaurant In Sedona

Welcome to Judi’s, Sedona’s Hometown Favorite for 30 years. Judi is gone now, but her spirit lives on as Gary and Alice Simmons took over the restaurant in 2013. Alice has worked here for over 28 years now, and we have kept the menu the same with some new additions to add to your dining experience.

We offer the finest quality ingredients and selections on our continental menu from Angus Steaks, Prime Rib, and Burgers to New Zealand Lamb, Baby Back Ribs, All Natural, Hormone free, No Antibiotic ever Chicken, Pasta and Fish. We take the time to make our breads and dressings fresh along with fresh handmade salad and homemade soup.

Judi’s offers daily Lunch and Dinner Specials & Early Bird Specials from 4pm till 6pm Monday thru Thursday are Chef’s Choice Friday night: All you can eat Alaskan Cod Fish & Chips Friday & Saturday night: Oven Baked Prime RibWe are  currently closed on Sunday

Dessert is a specialty at Judi’s. All desserts and ice creams are handmade by Alice from scratch. Save room you won’t want to miss out on our award wi desserts.

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