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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.




Sedona Shopping

by: Editor on 9/9/2017


Sedona is a one of a kind shopping experience where you can find stunning jewelry, works of art, homemade goodies and more. Whether you’re looking for a treat for yourself or a souvenir to take home, it’s easier to tackle Sedona shopping by districts rather than specific shop destinations. After all, you don’t want to miss out on the perfect treasure!

Sedona is an arts community, making it a prized region for art buyers and collectors. Check out the many galleries for contemporary southwestern work, Native American art and of course traditional Western pieces. There are also books, wearable art, specialty gift items and more finds at galleries around town.

Go Small or Go Home

Shop local in Sedona for the best buys. Like most activities in the area, shopping is often an outdoor “sport.” Head uptown to Arizona 89A and 179 to discover a smorgasbord of gift shops, galleries and restaurants. Everything you can imagine is in this district, including the Shops at Hyatt Pinon Pointe. Next, try the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village to the south.

The Gallery District is teeming with galleries tucked into plazas including Hillside Sedona. You’ll be able to spot Chapel to the Holy Cross between shops, too. At The Village of Oak Creek, there are classic shopping opportunities, but you’ll still find local goodies here, too.




Creekside Plaza

by: Editor on 8/24/2017


Also known as Creekside Galleria, this shopping, art, and dining destination is the perfect stop for Sedona visitors. Here, you can enjoy a relaxing outing while being skirted by the impressive Red Rocks. Overlooking the beautiful Oak Creek, and featuring a personal services center, you can explore galleries or slip into one of the many restaurants for a dining experience with a view.

Get pampered at the Aveda salon, offering a full-service day spa experience with spiritual practitioners who utilize the healing powers of the region. Strolling through the open-aired plaza with a fountain at the center is a wonderful way to pass the time, but this place is also ideal for souvenir shopping, treating yourself, and to indulge in some of the best dining in the city.

Something for Everyone

Featured shops include Big Vision Art featuring local artists, Cocopah North for your consignment and art needs, and Creekside Coffee where Chef Mercer Mohr and designer Cynthia Snapp with wine maker Javelina Leap offer a cozy atmosphere with sustainable coffee and pastries.

At Mother Sachi’s Bookstore, discover rare books and gifts before heading to Rosedale Hair for full-body pampering. Trailhead Tea is where you can find 130 different teas, from all corners of the world, and it’s a great precursor to breakfast, lunch, or dinner at Creekside Restaurant. Ahi tuna tar tar, roasted eggplant dip, and duck confit are just a few favorites.

Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village

by: Editor on 8/1/2017


Shops, restaurants, cultural events, and reserved special events from weddings to reunions all take place in this unique arts and crafts village in the heart of Sedona. For many, it’s an incredible shopping extravaganza where you can interact with local artisans, taste delicious locally sourced goodies, and slip away for a family outing, date, or solo adventure. With 19 art galleries in the village, there’s sure to be a treasure for every taste.

Peruse the wildlife bronzes, contemporary fine art, gorgeous traditional ceramics, and one of a kind blown glass. Featuring genuine American Western sculptures that are reflective of the region alongside handmade Persian, Navajo, and Tibetan rugs, it’s the premier shopping destination in Sedona. Shop the wines, weavings, and a toy store that sets the bar incredibly high. From cotton, leather, and silk clothing to footwear, home items, and Kachinas with precious stones, earmark a few days to explore all that the village offers.

Only in Sedona

It’s tough to believe that in the 1970s, Sedona was a tiny town with a single stoplight. Most of the land was open range, but Nevada businessman Abe Miller saw potential in the area. He was also a lover of Mexican culture, and dedicated himself to creating the vibe of Old Mexico right in Sedona after he fell in love with the town during vacations. Tlaquepaque blends his love of perfection and sheer beauty.

He created a space where artists could craft right in front of visitors, welcoming them to live on-site. It’s how artists were nurtured in Mexico, and he knew it could work in Sedona. Named after a Mexican city in Guadalajara, it’s part of what helped Sedona thrive into the arts-loving city it is today.


Top Shopping in Sedona

by: Editor on 2/26/2014

Sedona is known for its beautiful landscape and surroundings. Many flock here to take in the beauty but what many don’t know is the great shopping that you will find while visiting Sedona. Here is a list of our top spots to hit for a little retail therapy.

  1. Hillside Sedona offering three levels of diverse shopping sits high upon the top of Sedona overlooking the beautiful red rock views. Get your fix of jewelry, furniture, home decor, and clothing. Also, check out the galleries full of creative artwork including bronze, glasswork, photography and oil paintings.
  2. Hozho Distinctive Shops and Galleries features many types of artwork from ceramics to oil paintings along with Native American art and sculptures. If you are into hiking, the Hike House offers on and off-trail apparel and gear. Sign up for on of the hiking tours and make your own blend of trail mix at the Energy Cafe.
  3. Uptown Sedona hosts a mix of Native American  jewelry shops and your typical Americana shops. You will easily find a place to appease your sweet tooth and souvenir shops for the loved ones that you left behind.
  4. Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village is a beautiful and quaint Spanish-Colonial style shopping village complete with cobblestone streets. Explore the Western and contemporary art, specialty shops and exquisite art galleries. Take a break and enjoy one of the relaxing and peaceful patios for a cold beverage.
  5. Shops at Hyatt Pinon Pointe known as one of the newest shopping areas in Sedona is located just above uptown. Featuring three open courtyards where you can take in the beauty of the red rocks along with various boutiques and art galleries. Find the latest fashion trends and unique artwork all in one captivating area.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

by: Christy on 3/8/2013

The 43rd annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is returning to Sedona on March 16. It’s a fun event with local businesses, groups, and entertainment in Uptown Sedona. Watch from the sidelines as local celebrities stroll along Jordan Road. Don’t miss the beer garden and Uptown shopping after the parade!