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August 17, 2005
This place is on a hillside, as the name suggestions, and has an outdoor dining area. It is located on the top level of the Hillside Shopping Center on Highway 179. The views of red rocks are great if you get seated by a window.
Their menu is varied. They have a good selection of seafood dishes and lunch sandwiches. They also have a dinner menu.
The service is slow and haphazard. We had to repeatedly ask for beverage refills. We were trying to work around a food allergy, and the wait staff/chef staff was less than helpful and didn’t seem very knowledgeable about their menu or the ingredients they use. They ended up serving my husband something he was allergic to. Luckily, we could tell before he ate anything.
On top of the poor service, the food just wasn’t that good for the price we paid. You can't get a specialty salad for less than $8.75. Most will run you about $11 or more. Their cheapest sandwich - a hamburger - will run about $8, and add-ons, such as cheese and bacon, will cost you $1 each.
The place was packed, but we weren't impressed. Maybe their dinner staff/food is better, but their lunch left much to be desired.
From journal Arizona Sojourn
July 7, 2004
From journal Spring in Sedona