Sedona’s Foodie Scene

Published Date Author: , April 20th, 2013

Red RocksHeading to Sedona for a little red-rock-relaxation? Anne Roderique-Jones at Sherman’s Travel has the details on the city’s gourmet scene:

Sedona may not come to mind when you think of great food cities. It’s not Paris, New Orleans, or New York City, but there are the beginnings of a food scene here and enough great dining options to fill your vacation. Here are three of my favorites:

Elote Cafe: Ask anyone where to eat in Sedona and they’ll tell you hightail it to Elote Cafe – Chef Jeff Smedstad’s award-winning Mexican cuisine warrants the sometimes multiple-hour waits. I arrived early on a Monday evening and was kindly told that it would only be two hours. Luckily, there’s a tiny window serving fresh margarita and gratis spicy popcorn to keep guests satiated. Two (or was it three?) ginger margs later, the chef’s innovative Mexican cuisine beckoned. My vote? The Elote appetizer is incredible and Lamb Adobo pairs perfectly with a local beer. You can pick up the Elote Cafe cookbook as a souvenir – beats the pants off a dream catcher any ol’ day.

To see the rest of Anne’s favorites, hit the link above.

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