Red Rock Cafe has become my favorite breakfast spot in Sedona. It’s a small cafe that just does breakfast and lunch/brunch. You have to try the Red Rock Eggs Benedict ($10.49). Best eggs benedict I’ve had, ever. On the weekends, they have .99¢ Mimosa’s. Prices are reasonable and the food is very good. After 10am on the weekend, you may have to wait for seating.
During the week, they have a specials before 8:30am.
It’s located next to Weber’s Grocery in the Village of Oak Creek.
Red Rock Cafe
100 Verde Valley School Rd Ste 107
Sedona, AZ 86351 928-284-1441 redrockcafeaz.com
The cook off is two competitions. We had various restaurants competing, our favorite was El Rincon. The second group was the city councils from Sedona, Cottonwoood and Clarkdale. Also competing in this group was Sedona Fire. We really enjoyed the chili produced by Sedona Fire and they received our votes.
Weekly social hour on the cool grass for friendly dogs and their owners.
Yappy Hour is a one hour per week event that takes place on the beautiful green grass of the multi-use field at Posse Grounds Park. Under normal circumstances, City Code and Park Rules require all dogs to be on a leash and to remain off the athletic fields at the park, but during this event we get to bend those rules!
Know before you go:
Owners must pick up after their pets.
If there is an increase in the amount of off-leash users on the athletic fields during non-event times, this event may be canceled.
PLEASE NOTE: the multi-use field is not a dog park. There are gaps in the fence where a pet could potentially squeeze through. There is no division of small dog vs large dog areas. Owners are responsible for the safety and behavior of their dogs.
Help us to make this a fun gathering for your dog!
Throughout the year the National Park system has free admission days. Tomorrow is one such day. In the area you can visit the Grand Canyon, V-Bar-V Heritage Site (see pic on left), Honaki and Palatki ruins. We are taking the grand-kids out to visit some of Arizona’s best parks.
The Sedona wine fest is back in town. This is the 8th year. Buy your tickets online to save some real money. If you want to go on Sunday, when it’s slower, use promo code “sundaydeal” for $5 off on the online ticket price.
Travel and camping in an RV is a popular activity. We get frequent questions about where to stay. Here’s some options.
Sedona RV Parks
Oak Creek Mobilodge, 1156 Highway 179, Sedona AZ 86336 – Pull through to 42′. Waterfront on Oak Creek with mature Sycamore and Cottonwood trees. Monthly spaces available
Rancho Sedona RV Park, 135 Bear Wallow Lane, Sedona AZ 86336
Trees, shade and Oak Creek access. Big RV’s welcome.
Rio Verde RV Park, 3420 E SR 89A, Cottonwood AZ 86326.
Overlooks the Verde River.