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Use YP's sizzling summer checklist to pack in as many backyard barbecues, family trips, and memorable outings as you can before the kids head back to school.
We Recently visited Sedona my Girlfriend and I, and there is this restaurant about a block west of Kokopeli Suites where we stayed (this is in the west side of sedona) about 5 minutes north from Cathedral Mountain, anyway when you visit Sedona does not matter where you stay at, you have to make sure you visit Relics Restaurant if you are out to have a nice dinner somewhere. the owner will be at the door waitting for you and the staff is also very nice. the place is quiet and you can carry a conversation while you eat, it is elegant and cozy. when you visit Relics you have to try the Prime Rib it is delicious.
We stopped at the Olde Sedona almost by accident but had one of the best meals of our 16 night trip to AZ and UT. We were a little concerned because the place was desterted when we arrived a little late for lunch, but the service and food was fantastic, the waitress was very friendly and attentive. We ate in the restaurant, and the trout was fantastic, and the chicken fajitas sizzling and portions sizes were very generous, like most places in the south west. They also a good selection of local beers as well as all the normal choices. If we are ever this way again, we will stop here - deliberately next time.
We got married in Sedona in January 2012 and had our reception on the outdoor patio at Old Sedona Bar and Grill. The staff was not only extremely helpful and generous in the planning of the event, the day of the wedding they never stopped making sure all our guest were happy and satisfied! We got so many compliments on the staff and the food, we were so relieved that we chose Old Sedona Bar and Grill. Thank you so much to Mike Smith and his crew for truly giving a the best day of our lives....so far :)