Poco Diablo Resort's fine dining venue boasts Southwestern cuisine and spectacular views of the resorts golf course and Sedona's magnificent red rocks. The dining room has Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired fixtures, formal table settings and professional service. Dinner specialties include the Diablo Chicken Breast with red onions, artichoke hearts and Boursin cheese; Grilled Ahi Tuna with mango/roasted red pepper salsa and Grilled Lamb Chops with orange caramelized onions. Breakfast and lunch are also served daily.
Offering scenic views of the Sedona Red Rocks and the national forest, View 180 welcomes everyone with some delicious American meals. Located at the Enchantment Resort, the restaurant is often frequented by tourists. Delicacies like Sweet Chili Hummus, Beef Tartar and Tapas are some of the menu items loved by the local. A glass of alcohol-free Mojito can also be called to complement the delicacies. The upscale decor of the place is also loved by the patrons here. You can also get your partner along and enjoy the flavors with a view of the sunset on the patio seating outdoors. If you are convinced, get ready to indulge in a beautiful and memorable dining experience at View 180.
On the beautiful banks of Oak Creek, L'Auberge de Sedona's patio diner, Cress on Oak Creek is an all-around awesome experience. Sensational surroundings, exceptional cuisine and impeccable service are featured. Table umbrellas, starched tablecloths and fine china make every meal here an elegant picnic in the pines. The dishes are here are served on the Terrace and include breakfast specialties like crepes and Pain Purdu. At lunch, you can enjoy pates, quiches or a salad. Six-course prix fixe dinner menus change weekly and a la carte entrees include pheasant, duck, lamb, beef and pork specialties. An award-winning wine list includes a few selections under USD 50. If you are looking for a meal to remember, certainly head to Cress on Oak Creek.
Unlike the Yavapai Restaurant, this is a more casual venue to dine at. Tii Gavo in Havasupai Indian language means a meeting place; and a meeting place has to be chilled out. So whether you are put up at the Enchantment Resort or not, this restaurant is a cool place to visit, especially for the signature cocktails that they serve. After a great hiking trip or a lovely pampering session at the Mii Amo Spa, a drink or two at Tii Gavo is recommended. One of the drinks that they serve here is made of local cactii !!! Check it out.
Take a break and follow Highway 179 south back to Interstate-17 to the Camp Verde exit 289. Slots, poker, keno and bingo await you in this gaming facility owned and operated by the Yavapai-Apache. There are conference facilities, lodging, multiple restaurants and live entertainment. For families, the 20-lane bowling facility offers safe fun and an on-site Johnny Rockets diner. Nearby attractions include ancient cliff dwellings and ruins at Montezuma's Castle and Well.
A relaxed hangout at the Enchantment Resort is the Mii Amo Cafe. Differing from the other dining venues in the resort, this restaurant offers preparations from the season's gifts, picked fresh and cooked to perfection. Grains, legumes, fish, poultry and seafood, all cooked sizzling hot after you ask for it. The Chefs make it a point to add a contemporary twist to the regional cuisine. Guests at the spa and resort are invited for a demonstration of the food being cooked in the 'enchanted kitchens'.
Radisson Poco Diablo's sports bar is a casual spot to watch a game or play pool. Big-screen televisions capture all the latest sports action or test your knowledge with an interactive trivia game. Pool tables also provide entertainment. The "Quick & Casual" menu features a wide range of appetizers, sandwiches, pastas and hot entrees. Most menu items are USD6-12. Local microbrews and a full complement of beers, wines and cocktails are available, priced from about USD3-8.