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March 31, 2009
From journal Sedona in Around 24 Hours
Winsted , Connecticut
July 13, 2007
From journal Sedona in the Fall
September 23, 2006
From journal Week in and Around Sedona, AZ
Heidelberg, Virginia, Germany
May 15, 2006
From journal Weekend Escape to Scottsdale, Arizona & the Sedona
September 26, 2005
From journal Spectacular Sedona
Clinton Twp., Michigan
August 20, 2005
The menu was a mix of barbeque sandwiches, salads, and entrées. Buffalo is featured here. I had a buffalo steak salad that was grilled perfectly. The price was a little more for lunch than I expected, $46 for three people, with one appetizer, three entrées, and tip, but we were in old downtown Sedona, tourist heaven, so it was going to be more for a sit-down place. It was a nice place to eat, with good food that embodied the Sedona culture and lifestyle of the Southwest.
From journal Sedona, AZ: Red Rock Country
January 3, 2005
From journal Arizona Sojourn
June 4, 2004
From journal Serene Sedona
Raleigh, North Carolina
May 21, 2004
Because we wanted to be able to sample a variety of foods, we ordered three appetizers and our waitress was also kind enough to bring us a sample of their french-fried sweet potatoes -- they were delicious. We ordered buffalo brouchettes, battered and fried cactus strips and nachos. The buffalo was tender and tasty -- it doesn't taste like beef and it may be an acquired taste if you're expecting it to taste like beef. I really liked the flavor, but my husband thought it was just okay. We had similar reactions to the fried cactus strips -- I loved them. Again, it is hard to describe a food that is so different. They are firm yet juicy -- when I ate pickled cactus, I thought of okra, but fried cactus wasn't like fried okra at all. The flavor again is hard to compare because it is so unusual. The nachos were not unlike any other nachos at any other restaurant. We also ordered their special margaritas made with high-end liquors. These were not large drinks and were rather pricey, but they were worth it in taste -- very smooth!
The decor is what you would expect from a restaurant named the Cowboy Club -- puts you in mind of an old saloon, but a very upscale old saloon. At the bar, there is one stool that looks like a horse's patoot, complete with tail. There are pictures and memorabilia on the wall of the Southwest.
The service was good, but not great. Our waitress was very pleasant, but they were having computer problems while we were there. The food came out of very quickly, which was impressive.
From journal A Week in Wonderful Sedona
Queensbury, New York
April 20, 2004
From journal Sedona Arizona