Sedona Arizona

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2005/11/08 12:12:48 (permalink)

Sedona Arizona

I have never visited previously, and will be there this weekend to surprise my cousin who is having a birthday. We will be dining on Friday and Saturday night. Sedona does not evoke visions of 'roadfood' to me, but then again, I have never visited.
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    wheregreggeats.com
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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/08 12:53:22 (permalink)
    In my opinion, the "downtown" Sedona is a little kitch-y for the wonderful surroundings. Get out of town ... Enchantment, for example. However, that is far from roadfood.


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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/08 14:23:02 (permalink)
    The best time we had in Sedona was the hot air balloon ride we took early one morning. They supply the bread, cheese, and wine. If you've never experienced this, it's a "must do." Wear warm clothes, gloves, and a hat. www.redrockballoons.com

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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/08 14:46:10 (permalink)
    The last time I was in Sedona, it was during a NHRA race in Phoenix and my brother and I took a ride up to have breakfast and watch the sun rise on the red rocks around town.

    We had breakfast in a little place downtown and it was super. Not expensive but just tasty. Downtown ain't very big.

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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/10 07:00:25 (permalink)
    Roadfood is available in Flagstaff. Enjoy the delights of Sedona but most of the restaurants seem a tad overpriced and overhyped to me.
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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/12 19:13:27 (permalink)
    On board with all these comments. Enjoy the scenery, but get out of town for roadfood. However, you might want to have your chakras balanced before you do.
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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/14 15:16:23 (permalink)
    The food was on the line of candied moose testicles, or any other high-brow dish you can imagine. Even the pizza place I went to had about 50 different varieties that did anything but resemble traditional pizza. But I found an awesome place in Phoenix, called Lenny's Burger Shop, which I wrote about in Hamburgers. The best burger I ever had, and it was quite by accident.
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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/14 18:05:20 (permalink)
    i was just there on saturday, and was taken to oak creek brewery by some people who have a cabin closeby. granted, i didnt eat there, but i think theyre more known for their beer than their food. maybe one or both of you like beer. i dont remember the address, but it was a block off 89A. good vibe too. have fun!
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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/11/30 23:08:26 (permalink)
    Good Mexican place at Tlaquepaque in Sedona. Ate out there back in '99, when out there for the Fiesta Bowl.

    http://www.elrinconrestaurant.com/
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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/12/01 04:17:08 (permalink)
    Sheeeesh!

    BT in Southern Arizona (The Roadfoody end of the state)

    Here's an example of what's NOT to be found in Sedona (but is down here):

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    RE: Sedona Arizona 2005/12/01 05:51:03 (permalink)
    Not in Sedona but on the way there from Phoenix (north on I17) is a little spot called Byler's Amish Kitchen. It is located in Black Canyon City and is owned but a husband and wife who are ex-Amish from OH (or PA?). Anyhow, we stopped for breakfast and the place was packed with locals. Had terrific green chilies with eggs and the wife had a great omelet. The pieslooked terrific as well as the dinner and lunch menu.
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