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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.
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.
Elote Cafe is an eatery for all those foodies out there, who would love a healthy fusion of Mexican and Southern American feast. The chef here is as excited as the visitors and that is quite evident in the way the dishes are prepared and presented. The menu consists of a toothsome dishes like Empanadas de Queso Chicken Mole Tacos and Corn and Huitlacoche Soup, featuring a melange of flavors and spices. Feel free to order a delicious glass of your favorite cocktail, just to enhance your dining experience. Warm lights, cozy set, tastefully done interiors and great food, are all reasons to book your table at Elote Cafe.
Pronounced "wah-HOCK-uh", this second-story restaurant is a favorite with visitors for its health-conscious, made-from-scratch Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. Dark wood furnishings, archways and columns give the restaurant a Mexican village feel. Typical Mexican is prepared with care and attention to nutrition. All salsas, sauces, guacamole and breads are made fresh daily. Try the house-made desserts, especially those crafted of Belgian chocolate. Most meals range $6-12. Arizona micro-brews and more than 40 tequilas are the usual beverage choices. A new wine list highlights Chilean bottlings. A glass of house wine is $4-6. Whatever drink you choose, you can sip it whilst enjoying the view from the rooftop cantina.
Open Range Grill and Tavern is a restaurant in Sedona serving traditional American cuisine along with a wide range of local and international red and white wines. The interiors combine country style furnishings with modern decor, giving the whole place a rustic yet elegant look. The menu includes appetizers, entrees, barbecue items, burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads and a few Mexican dishes. Try the Cowboy steak, the Bison burger, and the Sedona chopped salad as they some of the restaurant's bestsellers.