Within the picturesque Tlaquepaque Village, this upscale eatery is perfect for celebrating special occasions and impressing visitors. The elegant cuisine is prepared under the direction of Executive Chef Walter Paulson and is served with the utmost attention to detail. The signature dish is the Colorado Rack of Lamb ala René for two, carved tableside. An exceptional wine list offers quite a few selections in the USD25-40 per bottle range. Note that personal checks are not accepted.
Have you ever savored rattlesnake or buffalo? You can here. "High Desert cuisine" is offered at this upscale cowboy cafe. Buffalo and beef are as big on the menu here as burgers in chili. There are a variety of steak cuts to savour. Try the BBQ Snake Brochette or a basket of Sweet Potato Fries to start. The "Cowboy Cocktails" are truly a taste of the West and are named accordingly—Cow Tippin' Tonic, Pink Lizard and Arizona Sunset.
A javelina is a creature similar to a wild boar - but there's certainly nothing "boar"ing about this lively, colorful cantina. Decorated in a bright Mexican motif, this restaurant is loud and filled with local charm. Choices are primarily Sonoran, with an Arizona accent. Combination plates of tacos, enchiladas and chimichangas are filling and flavorful. Lunch and dinner are served daily and it's Happy Hour from 3p-6p daily. Dinners are priced from USD8-16, Margaritas from USD5-7. Live music is featured on Saturday evenings.
Hill Side Sedona is a premium shopping center located centrally in Sedona, Arizona. It is an inviting destination with red rock landscapes, water features and entertainment elements intact for a perfect fun filled day. The shopping arena at the Hill Side has the best of designer boutiques, home décor stores, trendy salons and local grocery stores. After shopping, pamper yourself with an assortment of delicious meals and desserts available in American, Mexican and Irish flavors. Those interested in art can explore the fine art galleries to view master pieces of renowned artists from around the world. This hillside destination is also one of the favorite venues to create memorable private events.
Sound Bites Grill opened its doors to the public in the year 2012, and has since been counted among the best steakhouses in the city. Along with being a premium eatery, the place is also a classy theme bar, hosting some of the best live music performances, making evenings a wonderful time of the day. The place has a friendly vibe to it, often throbbing with the latest tracks played in concerts and other music events. The bar and eatery have special menus for breakfasts, snacks, along with liquor and coffee; so you have a great number of options to choose from. If you have not yet visited Sound Bites Grill, do it now!
When describing Tinderbox Kitchen, organic, local and sustainable are words often used. In fact, the tasting menus just use the ingredient itself as the centerpiece. For example, the charcuterie board may have different cheeses, but the accompaniments like the apples, crostini, simple greens and dressing could all stand strong by themselves. Entrees include scallops, steaks, duck and venison as well as what is in season. Each plate is prepared with the utmost care and if you can't make a choice on how to combine the myriad options, let the chef figure it all out.
The Hudson is a friendly eatery know for its American comfort food and delicious cocktails. With toothsome dishes like Meatballs and Garlic Bread, Jumbo Lump Crab Cake and Steamed Mussels, along with a special assortment of dishes catering to the vegetarians; the chefs strive to do their best in offering you great food. The eatery also offers a list of wines and cocktails, like Spencer & Eddy and The Local, which effortlessly accompany the flavorful dishes. A relaxed ambiance and a homely service, invite you at The Hudson, for an entertaining culinary journey.
Timo is an upscale wine bar in Sedona offering an array of wood-fired dishes along with an extensive selection of wines to accompany the food. The place has a vintage look with antique furnishings, hardwood floors, sleek wooden tables, and chandeliers. The menu includes small and large plates, salads, soup, charcuterie, tapas and seafood dishes. The elk and buffalo meatballs, smoked Kurobuta pork chop and the New England chowder are some of the specialties here.
The first restaurant to open in Tlaquepaque shopping and gallery village combines Mexican, Southwestern and Native American influences. Voted Sedona's best Mexican restaurant for 17 years by Red Rock News, it is a favorite to enjoy a house special Margarita Magnifica. Spanish-style furnishings, arched doorways and brightly colored tableware afford a festive feel. Burritos, enchiladas, tacos, tostadas and quesadillas make up the majority of the menu. Navajo Pizzas (similar to fry bread), Chiles Rellenos (stuffed chiles) and Chimichangas are also worth a try.