Named “One of the Top Ten Restaurants in the Southwest” by Condé Nast Traveler, L’Auberge Restaurant on Oak Creek showcases French cuisine with a modern American approach, and boasts the area’s most extensive wine program. Indulge and imbibe among the natural forested beauty of Sedona, under a canopy of cottonwood and sycamore trees alongside the flowing creek. Incredibly romantic, thoroughly magical.
Dahl and Di Luca honors a true “Farm to Table” practice. They pride themselves in using Organic products and are devoted to the health and safety of their patrons – only using Local USDA Certified Growers. The resulting flavors are vibrant and delicious.
Within the first year of opening, in 1995, Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante Italiano, the food critic of the Phoenix New Times stated, “Sedona’s red rocks knock you out during the day… look for Dahl & Di Luca to knock you out after the sun goes down!”
Elote Cafe, serves the cuisine of Mexico culled from over 15 years of travels through Mexico by chef Jeff Smedstad. Elote Cafe features local products such as wines from Page Springs Winery, Black Mesa Goat cheese and Sedona/Verde Valley area produce.
Nestled below “Thunder Mountain” in West Sedona lies a cozy European style building with a secret garden. At the entrance you will find the best surprise of all, the menu of delights that will awaken your senses and soothe your soul.
With an eclectic menu of gourmet foods blended perfectly with seasonal (local and organic when available) produce they serve up meals that are both healthy and delicious.
A Sedona favorite and gathering place for decades, the all-new 89Agave is an outstanding Mexican restaurant with a fun, casual vibe, located in the heart of Uptown Sedona. Open for lunch and dinner, you’ll enjoy authentic Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine, cooked simply, with the freshest of seasonal ingredients and served to you on our vibrant street-side patio or our Mexican art-inspired dining room. 89Agave also features an expansive copper-topped bar and an extensive selection of specialty tequilas, signature drinks and handcrafted margaritas, including a 100% organic Margarita that is out-of-this-world.
From the links provided below you will find directions to both Page Springs and Jerome wineries.
Jerome offers great views and an enjoyable drive up Cleopatra Hill. Once voted “The Wickedest Town in the West”, you will find that Jerome offers an enchanting experience with many galleries and lively personalities to compliment the town’s scenic views. Our suggestion would be to dine at Grapes Restaurant (in Jerome). This fine establishment offers great wine flights from local wineries and excellent wood-fired pizzas.
Page Springs is nestled along the banks of Oak Creek, a short drive from Sedona. These wineries boast award-winning wines and expansive views of the Verde Valley, while remaining relatively undiscovered.
Both of these areas are home to some of the finest vineyards and wineries available in the Southwest.