The food was ok, the prices were ok, for a tourist area. However, the wait staff was a bit rude, and every time we asked a question, she answered with short answers as if we were interfering with her activities. Also we stated that it was two separate checks and we were a party of 4 adults and two kids. when we received our check it was all together and 18% gratuities already added to the bill. Upon closer look at the menu it stated party of 6 or more gratuities will be added. When we informed the wait staff that we asked for two separate checks, she stated we did not tell her that, she took our checks and when she returned, our checks still had the gratuities, but it was split up between the two checks, needless to say that was the only tip she got from us, and to never return.
8351 N State Route 89aSedona, AZ 86336
From Business: The Table at Junipine is located in the heart of beautiful Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona, Arizona. You will catch breath taking views of Arizona's well known canyons…
I really enjoy coming to Olde Sedona Restaurant. The outdoor patio is nice. I enjoy the hamburgers and sweet potato fires.
Great place to grab a quick bite to eat in Sedona. It's very much like a Panera Bread but better. Very kid friendly.
Locally owned and operated, gluten free, the owner is always there. They make their own sauces, sweet potato fries, Mexican American cooking, BBQ, gluten free pizza, bread, great salads- the locals eat here. Indoor outdoor dining, bar and restaurant. Bands play some nights.
My friends and I have eaten here a few times. We've always had good food and good service. The daily specials are worth the trip. The atomosphere is very casual and has western decorations. Sedona restaurants can be very pricey but this one is moderate in pricing.
They do have nice outdoor seating for when the weather is nice, however. Sometimes the service out there can be spotty ( a long way to walk, and the servers cover a lot of turf). But if you are looking for a late-night plave with some entertainment, this os one of the few options in Sedona. If you are leery of bikers and other slightly rough-around-the-edges types, the lounge may not be for you.
If you're visitng Sedona and looking for good, hearty American food at a nice price served up by friendly people, I recommend the Olde Sedona.
After a morning of hard hiking, my husband and I wanted a filling late-lunch before headed for out second hike outing of the day. We skipped the pricey, crowded scene down in the tourist district and headed up 89A to find the Old Sedona.
My friends and I have eaten here a few times. We've always had good food and good service. The daily specials are worth the trip. The atmosphere is very casual and has the western decorations. Sedona restaurants can be very pricey but this one is moderate in pricing.
waited a hour for a table then got a cold rare steak that was to be med-rare warm at least. will never go back