Casa Sedona

Eclectic | New American | Southwestern
excellent
Worth a detour
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Casa Sedona is a boutique hotel tucked away from the bustle of town, offering beautiful views of the surrounding red rocks and out-of-this world breakfast. It is more upmarket than most Roadfood (linen napkins, serious silverware, obsequious service, double-digit prices), but if you are looking for an elegant way to start the eating day in Sedona, it’s a gem. Breakfast is available every day; for dinner, call ahead. When it’s served, you need reservations.

Pancakes aren’t ordinary pancakes. They are ricotta hotcakes, light and fluffy with a captivating sweet-sour tang and topped with fruit compote – blueberry the day I enjoyed them. On the side come eggs and a mélange of multi-colored home fries. Potatoes would be a redundant starch on the side of most pancakes, but these are as much about cheese as flour, so spuds are welcome.

Do you like bagels and lox? How about sopaipillas and lox? Casa Sedona offers a handsome plate with coils of velvet-soft smoked salmon surrounded by all possible trappings, including red onion slices, capers, cream cheese, and salsa fresca. Instead of bagels, you get a basket of southwestern fry bread. Tear a pillow of it in half and pile its soft insides with all the fixin’s and you have a southwestern variant of the deli classic. Lacking the vigorous chew of a good bagel, it’s a lighter package. Interesting harmony.

A happy coffee alternative is Mexican hot chocolate. It’s as creamy as can be, lightly spiced and slightly chocolaty.

What to Eat
Casa Sedona, Smoked Salmon & Fry Bread
Smoked Salmon & Fry Bread
Must-Try
Lox and sopaipillas rather than bagels
Casa Sedona, Blueberry Ricotta Hotcakes
Blueberry Ricotta Hotcakes
Must-Try
Ricotta cheese plus sweet blueberry compote make hotcakes a taste-buds tantalizer.
Casa Sedona, Mexican Hot Chocolate
Mexican Hot Chocolate
Mexican hot chocolate is only softly chocolaty.
Casa Sedona, Muffins
Muffins
Grain-rich, crusty-topped muffins
Directions and Hours
closed now
SundayOpen 24 hours
MondayOpen 24 hours
TuesdayOpen 24 hours
WednesdayOpen 24 hours
ThursdayOpen 24 hours
FridayOpen 24 hours
SaturdayOpen 24 hours
Roadtrips
This restaurant is featured in the following eating tours.
4 stops | 47 MILES | 1 hr 24 min

It is good to wake up early in Sedona, Arizona, for that is when the sun's first rays make the monumental rock formations around the city glow magic red. It is also when you can eat very, very well. Here are three choice places for a morning meal in Sedona, plus a nice little diner…

7 stops | 786 MILES | 12 hr 24 min

Sopaipillas are are made from dough that is rolled out very thin, cut into small sections, then tossed into boiling oil, preferably lard. The lard makes the pieces of dough puff up into little pillows (the meaning of sopaipilla) and become slightly crisp at the edges but mostly soft and airy. Restaurants that serve baskets…

9 stops | 170 MILES | 3 hr 44 min

Road Trip Overview

This potential three day Roadfood Adventure will take you around Phoenix, Arizona before heading north on Interstate 17 to the small town of Sedona. With a mere population of 10,397 Sedona has three fantastic restaurants that are a must try in our expert opinion. After Sedona, hop back into your car for…

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Price
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Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
Yes
Outdoor Seating
Yes
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