Sedona >Food & Dining > Old Sedona
1405 W Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ | Directions 8633634.862291 -111.784961
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.
I had a Southwester Burger with roated poblano chilis, avocado and a side of sweet potato fries. My husband had the Chilly Cheese Steak Sanwich with fries. We shared a big slab of apple pie with vanilla ice cream for dessert. Everything was delicious. My burger was hefty with a handmade seasoned burger, not a frozen patty. Hubby gave the chilly cheese steak a thumbs up. The apple pie was also homemade; however, the waitress forgot to mention that it came with a large helping of fresh, homemade whipped cream. How unexpected. I don't know of many restaurants in the $10-$15 lunch range that serve up fresh, homemade whipped cream on their desserts.
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.
We caught a late evening Saturday night meal here. The service was quick and friendly, the prices were reasonable and the food very good. We sat in the bar area and listened to a dj. It wasn't too bad. They also have a pool table if that interests you and dancing.
I really enjoy coming to Olde Sedona Restaurant. The outdoor patio is nice. I enjoy the hamburgers and sweet potato fires.
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.
Moderate pricing – 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.
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