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Sedona Chocolate Superfoods

by: Editor on 9/18/2017

 

Chocolate … as a superfood? Dreams do come true at this favorite Sedona destination that’s part eatery, chocolate factory, gift shop and even meditative garden. It’s the quintessential blending of all things Sedona, starting with 100% organic products. A full menu features a variety of items prepared with love, like Ayurveda elixir shots, Se’donut with coconut oil and maple syrup, a number of crafted cocktails with local garnishments and salads, sandwiches, soups and desserts that keep you coming back for more.

Shop for body products, teas and coffees, and of course decadent desserts. Raw cacao powder and paste is the perfect, travel-friendly treat to take home so you can whip up your own special goodie. Try the Chocolate Sampler and get six of the most popular bars and cups.

Sweet Sedona

Nut butters and oils are also in high demand, like the almond butter, tahini, ghee and pecan butter. In this family-owned sanctuary, every single item is handmade with care and longevity in mind, whether you opt for the wild jungle peanut butter or the Great Chocolate basket.

Chia crackers, onion flat bread and truly raw almonds are just a few more delectable choices Sedona Chocolate Superfoods has in store for you. Keep an eye on their calendar for special events, or connect to cater your next special occasion. Chocolate really does make everything better.

 

 

 

Best Happy Hour in Sedona

by: Editor on 8/19/2017

 

Sedona knows how to relax and have a good time, so it’s no surprise that happy hour here is legendary. Start at Javelina’s Cantina, a laidback eatery featuring Mexican dishes and some of the best margaritas in town. On Mondays, margaritas are $3 all day long while Tuesdays bring $1.50 tacos, and on Wednesdays you get half-priced nachos with $2 draft beers.

Vino de Sedona is full of art and style, and you’ll often find live music on the weekends. A pub-style restaurant with an upscale twist, happy hour is from 3 – 6 p.m. daily and the menu changes often. However, staples include a Cupcake Chianti for $5, Blufeld Riesling for $5, and mimosas (regular or mango) for $6.

Get Happy

Old Sedona Bar and Grill, an institution in town, is a sports bar known for its legendary chili and other southwestern treats. Happy hour is from 4 – 7 p.m. daily and comes with a side of red rock views, as well as half off all appetizers, $1 off beer, and $3 off well drinks. Don’t miss the $3 baja tacos and $3 Absolut vodka on Fridays or the $3 for two sliders and fries with $3 beers on Mondays.

At the Oak Creek Pub you can score discounts on local craft beers during daily happy hour specials. They pair exquisitely with the “fire kissed pizzas” and extra toppings like beer-simmered bratwurst and the rich ricotta cheese.

Pizza for Pop on Father’s Day

by: Editor on 6/12/2017

Picazzo’s Italian Kitchen is a favorite for Dather’s Day. Treat the dad in your life to an Italian spread like no other, featuring organic and seasonal ingredients that fuse Italian staples with a Sedona twist. For starters, try the baked wings with a variety of sauces including BBQ maple. Baked brie with roasted garlic and house focaccia, Avocado Toast with olive oil, and the fresh Caprese salad are all excellent appetizers.

Many come for the selection of unique pizzas, like the Sweet Potato Pie with cremini mushrooms, feta and caramelized onions. Try the Vortex with Italian sausage, mushrooms, black olives, pepperoni, red sauce and caramelized onions. The Spicy Meatball is extra hot with ricotta cheese and herbed parmesan.

A Slice of Paradise

Create your own pie or check out the pasta offerings like the Spicy Thai Peanut Fusilli with heirloom carrots, toasted almonds, grilled chicken and fresh veggies. The Bianca with grilled chicken features bigoli noodles and creamy Alfredo sauce.

Organic salads and hearty soups are staples and pair well with the extensive spirits menu. Dad will love the selection of craft beers and house cocktails like the Scofflaw with Maker’s Mark, vermouth, lemon juice and house grenadine. And for dessert? How about a massive chocolate chip cookie, ultimate brownie, hot apple crisp or tiramisu?