Hi all! We're arriving in Sedona the evening of Thanksgiving and would love to hear your thoughts on a nice place to dine. Family of 4 with two very well travelled teens who adore adventurous menus.
Would any place worth considering also be able to offer us a view of the beautiful red rocks and surrounds?
I saw a 2012 blogpost considering the following. Would love to hear your two cents on these or any others:
HYATT PINON POINTE: At the roundabout uptown, take the curve into this enclave of shops and restaurants. Next to Starbucks and Cold Stone Creamery are two wonderful little outdoor sitting areas with some of the best views in town that include some fancifully sculpted red rocks. It’s great for sunrise and you’ll most likely be alone to enjoy a little time for quiet meditation.
CANYON BREEZE: Have a hot toddy or a refreshing drink on this uptown restaurant’s patio for terrific sunset views.
THE HIDEAWAY and KEN’S CREEKSIDE: About 200 yards from the uptown roundabout, both restaurants are on your left as you go south on Hwy. 179. The former is first, and just a stone’s throw down the road is the latter. Great sunsets!
HUNDRED ROX AT AMARA RESORT: wonderful sunsets right uptown.
SHUGRUE’S HILLSIDE: Located in Hillside Plaza on Hwy. 179; very easy to find on your left as you travel out of Sedona toward the Village of Oak Creek. Large windows provide great sunset views.
ENCHANTMENT RESORT: Take Dry Creek Road and follow the signs to this beautiful resort for a drink or dinner and lovely sunset views. Dinner requires reservations
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