Sedona, AZ Dining Guide
Sedona is home to countless restaurants ranging from home-style Mexican and bistro classics to gourmet fare and international delights. From the most discerning palate to the biggest of appetites, Sedona is a culinary hub with everything you're looking for. Matterhorn Inn, situated in uptown Sedona, with breathtaking panoramic views of the red rock mountains, is conveniently located within walking distance of many of the area's best restaurants. Enjoy an evening stroll to a sensational dining spot, then meander your way back to the comfortable, spacious accommodations of our guest rooms, or enjoy an intimate conversation by our outdoor poolside fireplace. For more information about our accommodations or amenities, or about Sedona restaurants, please contact us at 928-282-7176 or toll-free at 800-372-8207.
Savor gorgeous views and freshly made salsas, guacamole, breads and made-from-scratch Mexican and Southwestern cuisine at Javelina Cantina in Hozho Plaza. Walk on the wild side and eat like a cowboy at the Cowboy Club & Silver Saddle Room, where rattlesnake, buffalo and cactus, as well as 16-ounce steaks, baby back ribs, pot pie made in a cast iron skillet and other great selections are served up in the casual dining room featuring the second largest set of Longhorn horns in the US, or in the luxurious Silver Saddle Fine Dining Room, complete with suede booths and a rock fireplace. If a taste of the East is what you crave, Takashi Japanese Restaurant serves up fresh sushi, tempura, teriyaki, sashimi and other Japanese favorites.
For a more refined dining experience, visit L'Auberge Restaurant. With a seasonal menu offering fresh, local vegetables and herbs as well as specialties like Juniper Dusted Duck Breast & Duck Confit Timbale, Carnaroli Risotto and Axis Venison Loin, all served in the formal dining room or on the outdoor patio adjacent to Oak Creek, L'Auberge is, according to Condé Nast Traveler, "one of the top ten restaurants in the Southwest."
For breakfast, lunch and snacks, there are plenty of places perfect for a casual bite. For a sandwich stacked high with all your favorites, head to Wildflower Bread Company or Sedona Memories Bakery & Cafe both offer picnic baskets to go. The Oak Creek Brewery and Grill offers appetizers like beer-battered fried pickles and soft pretzels, and sandwiches, salads, soups, barbecue, pizzas and burgers. With offerings such as their Lemon Crème Stuffed French Toast, Monte Cristo Brioche, and Southwest Breakfast Wrap, the Heartline Cafe makes a great morning meal. The Secret Garden Cafe at Tlaquepaque also serves breakfast, with favorites like deep dish quiche, french toast, croissant sandwiches and bacon and eggs.
This is just a small sampling of the restaurants in Sedona. From high-end gourmet cuisine to down-home cowboy favorites, you can find whatever it is you're craving just minutes from the Matterhorn Inn.