Welcome to Cocopah, a unique shopping adventure in Sedona’s red rock country. Cocopah offers antique, locally-made, and unusual beads and kits. Venture into their site to discover the Bead and Kit of the Month, plus an international bazaar of beads.
The shop carries a significant collection of art nouveau and art deco estate jewelry, old Indian pawn jewelry, antique and vintage Tibetan beads and pendants, Navajo and Hopi Indian components, Zuni fetishes, shell heishi, locally-made beads, American dichroic glass, Austrian crystal, Czech and Venetian glass, turquoise, pearls, gemstones, porcelain, bone, cinnabar and jade. Being the oldest bead store in Arizona, bead artists seek out the little store in Tlaquepaque village where they know they will find unique items for their creations. Cocopah-designed necklaces and earrings are also available.
One-of-a-kind bead kits ranging in price from $6 to $90 tempt the 4 million yearly visitors to Sedona. Tlaquepaque hosts special events throughout the year, and Cocopah participates by inviting Native American artists to demonstrate. Cocopah also has an amazing collection of specimen seashells, Asian antiques, and baskets. When you visit Sedona, come enjoy the ambience of Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village and the special charm of this store.
Forming a new heart in the Village of Oak Creek, Butterfly Burger is a celebration of Chef Lisa Dahl’s passion for the dining experience. The result is something unique in Sedona, A Couture Burger Lounge. While her contemporaries are fashioning fast-casual burger diners, Butterfly Burger is reveling in low-lite glamour and an unabashed cocktail lounge look and feel.
Dahl set out to create a warm and welcoming destination, delivering elegance and excellence. The subtle details of the design will not be lost on discerning guests. The blacked-out entrance doors are flanked by topiaries and boxwood hedges. Black walls covered in rough-hewn planks of mushroom wood set the tone. The dark sultry lighting builds the mood and complements the amber glow from the bar’s rose-gold mirrors. Dark cobblestone is underfoot and it wraps the bronze butterfly inlaid at the entrance. Fine jazz bathes guests as the hum of quiet conversations ignite the lounge-style experience.
Chef Dahl’s three Burger Battle Championship burgers lead the mouth watering menu. Lisa’s main Butterfly Delights include ten international inspired burgers, plus a Wagyu Beef Hot Dog.
With names like The Waco Kid, Oui Oui Monsieur and Mi Quiero Vaquero your taste buds will be transported from the American southwest to France, Spain even Greece with the Gyro Burger made from a proprietary spice blend of all-natural Colorado lamb.
Vegans, vegetarians and pescatarians can revel with their carnivorous friends.
Surf’s up with the Mowee Wowee – using house created spices rubbed on a Mahi Mahi filet.
They wouldn’t be a Burger place for all, if they just made burgers for carnivores. I myself, crave our Veggie Burgers. Organic Beet Burger, Primo Portobello and the Hipster Burger could convert dedicated meat lovers.
Pump House Station Urban Eatery and Market offers an urban eclectic indoor setting with patios shaded by giant Sycamore Trees creating a peaceful dinning experience. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are served and their menu and daily specials focus on fresh, organic, sustainable foods whenever possible.
Tucked away of the main drag heading into town is this lovely gem. The owners have done a magnificent job decorating to keep your eyes filled with fun artifacts. This hideaway has beer on tap and amazing clean food. The salads are to die for. This is another do not miss while in Sedona…
The Pump House Station Urban Eatery and Market is located in Tlaquepaque North, 313 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ 86336.
The Collective Sedona is pleased to announce a new Community Market each Saturday from 9 am to 1pm at The Collective Sedona. The Market will feature Fresh Produce, Farm Products, Tasty Treats, Live Music and lots more. The Collective Sedona is located at 7000 State Route 179 Sedona, Arizona.
Devils Bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch located in the Sedona area of the Coconino National Forest. This is a very popular hike that offers breathtaking views of Red Rock country.
It is a steep but short hike. The official trailhead starts off the unpaved portion of Dry Creek Road and requires a high clearance vehicle to access. If you only have a low clearance vehicle, you can park at the Dry Creek Road trailhead at the paved section, approximately 1 mile from trailhead, or at the Mescal Trailhead located on Long Canyon Road. Depending on where you park you have a few routes to choose from to access Devils Bridge Trail, including the unpaved portion of Dry Creek Road, Chuckwagon Trail, or Mescal to Chuckwagon Trail.
From the parking area off of the unpaved portion of Dry Creek Road, follow the trailmarker for Devil’s Bridge Trail. The early portion of the trail was originally a jeep trail so it is smooth and traverses through washes filled with juniper and prickly pear cactus. The path gently inclines uphill and gets steeper as you continue on.
About 3/4 of a mile from the parking area the trail will come to a fork and you will go left. Here you’ll end up at the base of the bridge. You will then continue up a natural rock staircase from which there are beautiful views. You will reach another level of stairs which will take you up to the bridge.
This popular trail is certainly a tourist attraction so make sure to arrive early to avoid large crowds. This is a fun hike for the whole family.
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.
Enjoy a day of fun at Oak Creek Arts and Crafts Show. Over 50 of the finest artist from the Southwest and beyond, as well as live entertainment. Shows offer homemade treats, local teas, coffees, and an outdoor patio with beautiful views serving the best food, wine, and craft beer.
The show location is on the main road into town–the “Gateway of Sedona” at Sedona Vista Village, 6601 State Route 179 Sedona, Arizona weekends from 9 to 5.
Nestled in the splendor of Tlaquepaque Village, El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano offers Sedona’s finest “Arizona Style” Mexican cuisine. Arizona Style is a blending of traditional Mexican with local Navajo/Hopi influences that creates our signature dish – El Rincon Chimichangas. Each one is hand rolled with sopapilla masa around your choice of beef, chicken, or tiger shrimp. For an added treat try our dessert Chimichangas: chocolate, cherry or apple. The menu includes all your favorite traditional Mexican dishes including of tacos, enchiladas, burritos, tamales, chile Rellenos and combinations. Open lunch and dinner
If you want a fun, quirky gift or souvenir to bring back from your Sedona trip, Son Silver is the place to find it. You’ll find pottery, wind chimes, wall art, glassware, and plenty of assorted knick knacks. It’s a fun, colorful place to wander around and experience the local flavor. There are tons of interesting art work to see along with plants, vortex, and a small chapel.
Sedona Arizona is the Day Hike Capital of America with over 100 hiking trails. Hiking is the largest and fastest growing sector of tourism in Sedona. The Hike House is committed to improving the hiking experience of each hiker and in doing so building a loyal Sedona tourism industry. Visit Sedona, visit the Hike House, experience Sedona hiking trails, and they know you will return again and again. The diversity of Sedona trails is as amazing as the challenge to select the best trail for you and your group. In keeping with their goal of delivering the best hiking experience they introduced the Sedona Trail Finder, a high definition visually interactive database of all of the Sedona trails and trail data (an experience in itself). Sedona hikes have never been easier to research and plan. The Sedona Trail Finder allows you and your group an opportunity to discuss criteria and filter through trails, identify appropriate trails, and select the best Sedona trails for you. Hiking Sedona has never been better and guaranteeing the best Hiking Experience has never been easier.