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November 29, 2005
On the main highway just outside the center of town, the Heartline Cafe is an exceptional way to end the evening. Our host Sanyo Shannon was charming and attentive but never overbearing. He gave us excellent recommendations. (Our group of four feasted on warm red cabbage salad with hazelnuts, goat cheese, grilled salmon in tequila lime marinade, pistachio-crusted chicken, and the pasta of the day, which was more than generous in both portion and seafood--only praise from all). Although we chose to dine inside, the large patio was also filled and warm despite the chilly weather, thanks to the outdoor fireplaces.
When I say dressy, I only mean that to say you wouldn't feel out of place if you dressed up but the atmosphere is warm and relaxed. If you decide to go for lunch expect to pay about $10-$12 for a great meal. The food is ala carte, so it depends how much you want to indulge, and you will want to although you won't go away hungry, the portions are more than generous. And if you just want a relaxing drink as the sun goes down over the mountains the patio is a perfect choice. I recommend making reservations, as although it was a weekday, the restaurant was quickly filled to capacity.
From journal Sedona, Arizona: Leave Everything Behind and Enjoy
Charlotte, North Carolina
April 28, 2001
As for the atmosphere, the setting is very quaint, yet contemporary. I enjoyed the art on the walls thought that everything was laid out very nicely. There is small bar and outdoor dining. It was still spring when we were there so a fire was blazing on the patio. The smell of the juniper was very nice. All-in-all, a great dining experience.
Having said all of these great things, remember fine dining does come at a price. The entrees were about $20+ so we left a pretty penny, but it was definitely worth it. Make sure you have a reservation because it gets pretty busy (even on a Monday night).
From journal Sedona: Health and Fitness in the Desert
seal beach, California
January 2, 2001
From journal Sedona-Not just for hiking