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The Outlaw Trail
"One of our most porular offroad adventures! Great 4x4 thrills in historic ranch land with sweeping red rock vistas. Learn about the history geology and ecology of this magnificent land. Great for Sunset! Tour Departs from our office in Uptown Sedona with Check-in 15 min prior to departure. Convenient Free Parking. Travel through Sedona into Coconino National Forest. See Snoopy Rock Elephant Rock Cathedral Rock Thunder Moutain Doe Mesa
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Sedona Red Rocks Jeep Adventure
"Roll along the base of the Sedona Red Rocks on this ""not too rough"" offroad adventure. Learn about the history geology and ecology of this magnificent land. Great for Sunset! Tour Departs from our office in Uptown Sedona with Check-in 15 min prior to departure. Conveinient Free Parking. Travel through Sedona out onto maintaind roads in Coconino National Forest. See Snoop Elephant Rock Cathedral Rock Thunder Moutain Doe Mesa
From $76.00
Sedona Helicopter Tour: Mountains and Ancient Sights
"After pickup from your hotel head to the Sedona airport to board your helicopter and fly west toward the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness passing over the Dry Creek area. One of the Sedona area’s most popular destinations for hiking and other mountain activities the wilderness is surrounded on three sides by high red cliffs that are split by many deep and hidden canyons including Secret Canyon which you’ll see.Next fly over Rattlesnake Mesa and into Boynton Canyon to see the ancient cliff homes of the Sinaguan people
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Cowboy Club Tips (7)

Cowboy Club: Review Title

Went there for an anniversary dinner with the wife while in Sedona. Very nice atmosphere, the place is always crowded with a wait so come early. The food was good, hard to mess up a fire grilled ribeye without trying real hard. It's a bit pricey for what you get but for a special treat it is worth it.

Apr 23, 2015

Cowboy Club: Something for everyone

Walking into the Cowboy Club is like walking back 100 years. The decor is definitely western themed. The food is pretty good although a bit on the expensive sided.

Favorite Dish Chicken Pot Pie was almost "home made" tasting."

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May 10, 2013

The Cowboy Club: Very good service and food

This place is a lot of fun! We ordered cactus fries (it comes with a raspberry sauce) and prickly pear margarita. Both we very good. We're foodies and love trying new eating experiences. My husband eat the ribs which he said were very good. I loved the atmosphere and the friendliness of the staff.

Favorite Dish The only thing I ate - the cactus fries - but I did have the prickly pear margarita and it was good, too.

Jun 15, 2008

The Cowboy Club: Love this place!

It has been a favorite for almost 50 years of cowboys, celebrities and locals. We ate here and were thoroughly happy with our service and quality of food. We all enjoyed our meals very much and felt we well received our monies worth. The décor is excellent and comfortable.

Open Monday-Sunday
Lunch 11am-3pm
Dinner 5pm-10pm
Bar Menu 11am-10pm

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Apr 18, 2008
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Cowboy Club: The Cowboy Club

The Cowboy Club offers Southwestern cuisine,
has full bar, and what we found unique, is that
it is set in one of oldest buildings in Sedona.

Favorite Dish Mary had the spare ribs and really enjoyed them ....
With the meal was, sweet potato fries and some
pickled vegetables with a side of cole slaw ....
(see the picture)

Al had their big burger and fries, and of course,
a Budweiser .... ha ha

Great Food - Great Service - Great Price
We highly recommend the "Cowboy Club"
for a good heart lunch ......

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Jan 21, 2006

Cowboy Club: Rattlesnake and Cactus!

Before meeting my girlfriend, I was VERY picky about food and I would not try anything new... I have changed.

In our only night in Sedona, we were deciding where to go and we found this place and, despite the name, it actually appealed to us and the fact it was full also helped in the decision.

We started by having a nice plate of Buffalo Brochette, fried cactus and... Rattlesnake Brochette.
It was the first time I had any of these things. I found the Buffalo to be very tender, but not much different from beef, the cactus was a bit to salty for me and the Rattlesnake... well, tasted like chicken. Actually, it was not much to eat and the sause it came with was very strong so I could not really figure out the taste. In any case, I liked it!

I then proceeded to have a nice Ribeye steak, which I asked to have well done. When I got it, it was actually burned.
I told the waiter that I could not eat it this way and he explained that it was burned because the meat contains a lot of fat and since it was charbroiled, this would happen with a well-done piece of meat. In any case, he too it back without any questioning and brought back a slightly larger piece, perfectly cooked. It was great!
I can definetly live with this kind of mistakes!

For dessert, there was a very good pumpkin cake. Yummy!

The problem with this place is the choice, there were so many things I would have liked to try, but were not able, like:

- Buffalo “Filet Mignon”
- Buffalo Sirloin
- Campfire Ribs

among other things.

If I am ever in Sedona again, I will definetly come here again.

Favorite Dish - The buffalo brochette
- The rattlesnake brochette
- The fried cactus (I did not like it, but my girlfriend could not get enough)
- The steak
- The pumpkin cake

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Mar 09, 2005

The Cowboy Club: Eat cactus, in all seriousness.

Do you eat meat? I will come right out and say that I had the rattlesnake and I rather enjoyed it. Other picks - the cactus fries, the sweet potato fries, the cactus margaritas (I even brought syrup home so I can make my own), and the buffalo. My father claims they have the best hamburgers in the world...I don't do'll have to take his word for it. All I know is that 2 can leave full for around $25 (we shared things, but also I had a drink and she had cheesecake)including tips and the food is both novel and tasty! The only drawback is that you have to play a little duck hunt with the timeshare hawkers as you make your way to the restaurant.

Favorite Dish Everything is good here - you really can't go wrong.

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241 North Highway 89-A Sedona, AZ


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