Sedona Cake Couture

February 22nd, 2013

1710 W. SR 89A

Sedona, AZ 86336


It’s not surprising Sedona cake Couture is a two time winner of the Food Network Challenge, just look at these beautiful cakes. Pretty enough to plan a wedding in Sedona. Or, stop by and pick up a dessert to take home and share with your sweetie.

Firecreek Sedona

February 22nd, 2013

6500 HWY 179

VOC, Sedona, AZ 86351


Thank goodness that in addition to their location in Cave Creek, ¬†Firecreek Coffee Roasters has a location in the village of Oak Creek in Sedona. Not only do they serve and sell fabulous coffee and specialty blends for the for the best restaurants up there ie Elote, Cafe Crema and more I’m sure, but they have a delicious bakery of which I can only testify to their peanut butter cookies at this time.

The Oakcreek Country Club

February 22nd, 2013

The view at OCCC

690 Bell Rock Blvd.

Sedona, AZ 86336



Being that I am spending more time in Sedona lately, I am exploring off the beaten path, hoping to find the hidden gems and places to enjoy a good meal. My philosophy is that it isn’t only the food that brings me back to a place. Sometimes it’s the worthy views or special pricing or all of the above. Which brings me to the OCCC. When in Sedona, or the Village of Oak Creek in this case, it’s hard to know there are any restaurants off the main drag. Unless you ask the locals. Hence I discovered the beautiful views, nice prices (only eaten in the bar so far) and pretty good food. Honestly-just the views bring me back. Overlooking a golf course with fountains and hills in the near distance, that $3.50 house wine during happy hour tastes really good. Add a club sandwich-big enough to share and I am one happy lady.

Elote Cafe

September 8th, 2011

771 Highway 179

Sedona, AZ 86339


Located at the King’s Ransom Hotel in Sedona, Elote is an amazing Southwest restaurant, featuring dishes made well with local, seasonal, ingredients. I have wanted to come here for sometime and finally did. Better than trying to describe the dishes here, I bought the cookbook and I hope I can replicate them at home. I don’t believe they take reservations, but if you arrive early and there’s a wait, just order a margarita and watch the sunset on the patio. Divine!

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