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One of the mainstays in Sedona's food scene, 89Agave serves Mexican cuisine with a Sonoran twist. The atmosphere is lively featuring vibrant bar stools, elevated seats, granite floors and a bar stocked with local spirits. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner along with an array of authentic Mexican tequila, margaritas, cocktails and beer (bottled and draft). The salsa verde, Oaxaca cheese quesadilla, and ceviche del mar are some of the restaurant's bestsellers. They also have an outdoor patio from where you can enjoy a delicious meal overlooking the red canyons.
Set in a trendy atmosphere, Saltrock welcomes guests who want to indulge in some classic and contemporary Southwestern American cuisine. Comprising indoor as well as outdoor dining areas, the interior of the restaurant features white clothed wooden tables and huge glass windows allowing natural light to filter in. The food served here is cooked fresh daily with some seasonal ingredients and is always served hot. Though the menu changes depending on the availability of local produce, one can usually expect delicacies like Roasted Squash Soup, Braised Pork and Flourless Chocolate Torte on the menu. The sumptuous food can be toasted with a cocktail from the range of drinks available. You can also enjoy the meal and drink outside with the view of Sedona’s majestic Red Rocks. If it comes to Southwestern American meal, Saltrock won’t disappoint.
Red Rock Cafe is a popular restaurant in Sedona serving breakfast and lunch in a casual and warm atmosphere. The interiors of the restaurant are modern with red and beige accents, sleek furnishings and wall mounted chalkboard menus. For breakfast, they serve a variety of egg preparations along with French toasts, pancakes, waffles and a few Mexican dishes. The lunch menu consists of burgers, specialty sandwiches, salads and side dishes. The Best burger, Wild West Reuben, and the Albacore Tuna salad are some of their signature dishes.
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.