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Dine & Wine Fest in Beautiful Sedona Arizona

Posted: Jul. 10th, 2012  |  By Caitlin

Sedona is notoriously known for it’s beautiful red rock scenery and surrounding mountains. It has been over the years, one of the most relaxing vacation spots for many travelers to visit. Sedona has a certain seduction about it that draws between two to four million adventurous travelers seeking the peaceful serenity of this little Northern Arizona town each year. One of the many fun things that you can do while exploring Sedona, is attend their annual Sedona Dine & Wine Fest.

Starting around the end of June and lasting through the end of July, this great little get together brings foodies from all over to enjoy local cuisines prepared by some of the best restaurants in town. These 3 course meals are offered at a special price and fall into three different categories. There is a classic dining category which is the least expensive, elegant dining (which is mid-range pricing), and fine dining which would be the most expensive. These menus are prefixed dinner menus. You will have an opportunity to select specific items for each course including appetizer, entrée and dessert.

It is required that you contact each individual restaurant that is participating in this special event to make your reservations in advance. Each restaurant has selected their own special menu, so you may want to call ahead and find out the specifics of their menu. What better way to enjoy such beautiful surroundings and also be able to sample a little of their local cuisine.

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