My husband and I were looking for a good restaurant on our first night in Sedona. We wanted something with a fun atmosphere and great food and that’s exactly what we found in Elote. We had to wait for our table for quite a while...More
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Had a long wait, but this is the best Mexican restaurant we have ever eaten in and we live in Southern California where there are plenty of Mexican Restaurants to choose from.
My wife picked local high rated place. Walked up and saw line, no reservations permitted. No bar but a window to order drinks and get popcorn. Outside area for for waiting. Lots of people getting drinks while waiting an average of 30-1 hour. Once in...More
There really isn't much negativity I could give this restaurant. My complaint would be the 1.5 hr wait. However, that being said, everyone who is going there seemed to be aware of the wait and were taking it in stride. The food was excellent and...More
Only downside us the wait but after you get in second line for margarita and popcorn, you are all set !! Food yummy esp tomato salad and elote dip Great food with fresh ingredients and wonderful southwestern flavors. Every time we come to Sedona, we...More
We waited 45 minutes to get a table at Elote and it was worth the wait. The appetizers are amazing! The Elote - Fire roasted corn with spicy mayo, lime, and cotija cheese was SO good (you have to like corn)! The Pork Belly Tacos...More
Regardless of the LONG wait/line, the wait was worth the DELICIOUS food and drinks!!! We learned about this restaurant via word of mouth, was informed to go EARLY Saturday night due to the line and that it was closed on Sunday and Monday!!!
Our first trip to Sedona. A romantic weekend getaway, only our second in 15 years together. Neither of us had been to Sedona so we were looking for something new to discover together. We found a beautiful B&B and on their recommendation chose to go...More
We waited for 1.5 hours to be seated. We gave up and went elsewhere. Disappointing since we had heard such good reviews of them.
This place doesn’t need my review or anyone else’s. It’s that good. Uchepos (their tamales), Lamb Adobo (chef’s signature dish), and a beautiful waitress who was by far the most attentive and friendly we’ve had since hipster service became the norm (I really felt like...More