My hubby and I are from San Antonio, Texas and wanted some TexMex food while in Sedona. We found El Rincon located in Tlaquepaque. It was great food. I had enchiladas and my hubby asked for a fajita taco. They didn't have fajitas like back home, but they gave him a shredded beef taco with pico de gallo. Very de-lish. The salsa was a little different than home, but yet very close and very tastey.
They had the best Pina Coladas I've EVER had any where. The Margarita's on the rocks were excellent too. The prices were decent and much cheaper than uptown Sedona.
The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Thank you El Rincon for making us feel at home. We'll be back!!
Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village has it's own "off the beaten path" so-to-speak. It is the wonderful Chapel. Many people rent this location for weddings and other ceremonies, but it is also just a great place to visit.
I think that this is one of Tlaquepaque's most unusual features, this non-denominational Chapel. The interior reminds me of Old Mexico with the white wash stucco walls, the stained glass windows, and the hand-carved wooden pews.
There is a glorious mural that overlooks the altar by a local artist. The mural has St. Augustine, Pope Pius X, St. Bonaventure, Samuel, Peter, and John the Baptist.
There are also beautiful patios which can be rented for special occasions such as Patio de Las Campanas that has a beautiful bell tower with a cobble-stoned courtyard surrounded by the Tlaquepaque trademark arched balconies and stucco walls. Also, there is a flowing fountain, lovely flowers, and aged Sycamore Trees.
Patio del Norte is the main courtyard that has the cobblestone flooring, arched balconies, stucco walls, and a huge majestic fountain that is surrounded by a large flowing flower garden and the Sycamore Trees.
There is also a ballroom that overlooks Patio del Norte.
All I could say was "WOW!"