Sound Bites Grill, Sedona AZ
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Food Fun and Music, Late Night Dining, Incredible Views.
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Night time music, great views and good eats. Sound Bites Grill in Sedona Arizona offers world class entertainment along with some of the best and healthiest casual/fine dining in Sedona, we bring the best entertainment Sedona has to offer in our show lounge and supper club featuring; World Famous &…
The owner of this restaurant loves live music and will have local and out-of-town acts, especially on the weekends.
Stunning scenery/views from the outdoor patio. A short 15 minute drive, located in uptown Sedona.
“If you're looking for a place to for shopping and Art this is the place. An old mission turned into an artists display. Investigate all the nooks and cranny's of this beautiful setting. Giant trees shade the grounds, galleries and stores throughout. A few restaurants sprinkled in here and there, a fountain right in the middle and ample parking make this place a treat to visit. You want to make sure you give yourself plenty of time to stroll through. Across the highway is the new addition. Pronounced t-lock-a-pock-ee be sure and wear your walking shoes!”
“Surrealist icons Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning are two of the most notable founding members of what would become the Sedona Arts Center, in 1958. From there Sedona became an artists’ hub where creative people flocked to learn and work together in a naturally inspiring environment. Sedona has grown into a world-class arts destination. >> 1st Friday Evening in the Galleries << Held the first Friday of each month from 5-8p”
“Industrial chic, upscale casual neighborhood restaurant with an open dining room, bar, lounge and outdoor patio. Good for lunch or dinner. Food choices range from chopped salads to burgers, fish, chicken, ribs and steak. Also has great cocktails and wine. ”
Point of Interest
“Drive up Airport Road to the small parking area on the left. Take the trail through the depression between hills. Look for twisted Juniper trees, indicating the vortex energy is strong here.”