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Great Family Restaurants in Sedona

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Sedona is known as a hiking and art destination in Arizona. What some people don’t know is that is that Sedona is full of foodie destinations that are perfect for families. The even better part is that it is also an incredibly family friendly destination, which makes eating with kids in Sedona easy and delicious.

Breakfast in Sedona

Eating a good breakfast before a day of exploring or hiking will make everything run more smoothly. Although there are many great family restaurants in Sedona, having breakfast before you leave Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa helps smooth out morning bumps that can sometimes happen when there is an early alarm clock. The Grille at Shadow Rock offers both a buffet and a la carte option for breakfast.   My daughter ordered and ate the chocolate chip pancakes on the menu for five days in a row.  Find more information on the restaurants at Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa.

Easy and Delicious Lunch

Depending on your schedule, having a quick lunch where you can sit down and rest without spending too much time away from the action and adventure can be the perfect solution for lunch in Sedona. One easy (and delicious) option that the entire family will love is the Wildfire Bread Company located in uptown Sedona. From sandwiches to soups or salads, there is something for everyone. If you get there just before or after the major lunch crowd, make sure to try to get a table on the back porch overlooking the red rocks.

Dinner with Kids

Sedona Elote Cafe

Definitely try to eat at the Elote Cafe in Sedona, but get there early!

Eating with kids in Sedona should include a trip to the Elote Cafe (as long as you plan ahead). The Elote Cafe is known for traditional Mexican cuisine that everyone in the family will enjoy and great margaritas for parents to sip.  The only trick about eating at Elote is that you need to get there early, around 4:30 pm (before it actually opens) to get in line. Otherwise, the wait can run anywhere from an hour or two.  Once there, be sure to order Elote as an appetizer, which is fire roasted corn with spicy mayo, lime and Cotija cheese.  If you do have to wait, you can grab a bowl of popcorn to snack on for the kids.

From chocolate chip pancakes to tasty regional cuisine, there are many great family restaurants in Sedona that will not disappoint (although it may necessitate an extra hike or two to work off all those calories).

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