Here There and Everywhere

Expat wanderer

The Red Rock Barbecue in Sedona, AZ

This restaurant was a lot of fun. The sun is low in the west, and our tummies are still on Pensacola time; Arizona is on God’s time, which is the same as Pacific Coast time, as they do not go on daylight-savings time. So we are a little early, but that is fine, we have other plans for later in the evening.

We snag a wonderful table out on the deck, a table with a wonderful view of Sedona’s red rocks, and also of the parking lot and our car, and a mini drama taking place. Someone hit a car and didn’t stop, and the Sedona police had caught the guy who did it and were working out the details with the victims, and getting the insurance (or not) information from the very remorseful hitter. Oh well, none of our business!


What is not to love about this view? We sit with our drinks, just soaking it all in. We are so delighted to be in Sedona, and to be able to spend some time here. This is a place we want to take some time in. We explore now, but we also know we are coming back.



AdventureMan loves to try pulled pork. We had to take pulled pork home!


I tried the rib tips; there was so much, I had to take rib tips home, too.


The management and service here were great, so friendly, happy to tell us about local lore, special things not to miss. We had a great long dinner, very mellow.

April 21, 2015 - Posted by | Adventure, Cultural, Customer Service, Eating Out, Environment, Food, Law and Order, Living Conditions, Local Lore, Quality of Life Issues, Restaurant, Road Trips, Travel | , ,

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