The only thing more bracing than the dark, rich coffee here are the views out over the east-side red rocks. Hit the patio to tank up on your morning joe.
With locations in West Sedona (off Dry Creek Road) and Oak Creek (just south of the Bell Rock Trailhead) this local, laidback pizza joint’s piled-high pies are the perfect post-ride antidote.
At this tucked-away uptown ale house, the inventory of home-brewed craft beers, as well as wines, ciders, meads, and hard kombuchas, is more formidable than the solid menu. And the comfort food (think: deviled eggs with bacon and fresno chili or chorizo mac and cheese) will refuel you no matter how long you were on the trail.
With a quirky, bustling, deli-style interior and an airy outdoor patio, this West Sedona spot serves authentic thin-crust, wood-fired pizza and an impressive Caesar salad. Save room for gelato or a treat from the overstuffed pastry case.
It’s impossible to go wrong with anything on this chipper little Mexican spot’s menu. But if you can’t decide, the selection of two-bite small tacos—including al pastor, adovada carnitas, chorizo, crispy fish, and even traditional fillings like tongue and tripe—are a veritable tasting menu.
This local eatery is what fast food is meant to be, with all-beef hot dogs, hand-ground chuck burgers, homemade buns baked daily, and surprisingly affordable prices given the high-quality food. Top up without feeling guilty!