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A Good Sedona, AZ entree for about $10?

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A Good Sedona, AZ entree for about $10?

nico_suave | Mar 14, 2007 10:01 AM

I will be driving through Sedona in a couple of weeks at around dinnertime. I imagine I have a lower income than most Sedona visitors, but I enjoy good food. When I eat out, I usually order an entree for around $10 and maybe a drink for abotu $3 (or maybe just water). That's usually it. I like views and atmosphere, but I am reluctant to pay higher prices for them. I prefer hiking and scenic drives for collecting views. At Ringo's repeated behest, I have tried to review a significant amount of the board for a restaurant that fits my desires, but I still need some input. Some of the posts are quite old (when did we lose the ability to sort posts by date?). I like all cuisines, when done well. Here are the places that popped up that sounded like they might fill the $10 bill (am I wrong on any of them?):

Javelina Cantina
(nice mexican with the most affordable (dining wise) and fabulous views of the red rocks. Also for Mex: Casa Rincon, Oaxaca)
The Coffee Pot
(100 omeletes to choose from. Fantastic Belgium waffles, pancakes, etc)
Heartland Café
(Not a bad place for lunch. In the Fall, the courtyard is really nice)
Shugrue's Hillside Grill
(on highway 179, a short distance from "the Y." next to Javelina)
Thai Spice
Pizza Picazzo
(good pizza in a very upscale setting)
Ken's Creekside
(dishes priced $8-17 & the portions are generous)

My question is: For those who have been to several of these places (or similar others that I should know about) Should any of them rise to the top of my list on the basis of food quality?

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