Sedona

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Mexican
4 reviews
Chef-owner Jeff Smedstad brings his celebrated local reputation and his innovative recipes, culled from over a decade and a half traveling south of the border, to this popular restaurant. — Frommer's
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Burgers
4 reviews
We stayed at Los Abrigados Resort. This quaint little shopping village is right at the entrance to our resort. — Afar Magazine
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American
4 reviews
Finding ways to get you closer to the creek was the idea behind the complete renovation of L’Auberge de Sedona’s waterside dining destination, now called Cress on Oak Creek. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
The patio may be the most romantic place to dine in town, but the interior (made to look like a Tuscan villa) and the grotto bar are also fun spaces for dining. — Frommer's
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Mexican
2 reviews
Javelina Cantina offers views of the red rocks and Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine. — Gayot
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Cafe
3 reviews
Locals and travelers line up when the doors open for the huge pancakes and hearty breakfast fare with some Southwestern touches, such as green chiles and plenty of salsa. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Like its sister restaurant, Dahl & DiLuca, this Oak Creek spot is known for its rustic atmosphere and romantic setting. — Frommer's
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Healthy
3 reviews
Old-world style Mexican fare, including heart-healthy dishes, and a Red Rock view. — Gayot
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American
2 reviews
High-quality cuts of beef are the specialty, but the burgers, grilled trout, and vegetable pot pies are delicious, too. — Fodor's
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Healthy
2 reviews
Pizza purists might shudder at the unorthodox toppings, but clued-in devotees gobble ’em up. — Lonely Planet
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American
2 reviews
Microbrews and high-end pub grub amidst Sedona's art scene. — Gayot
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