The dining options near Sedona homes are legendary, and Labor Day is a great time to check out the special offerings of our local eateries. The Cowboy Club has been serving up fine steaks and cocktails since 1993. For Labor Day, they have put together a special menu called Red, White, and Beef. The menu features the all-natural red angus beef, raised on Meyers Farm in Montana. Enjoy a sandwich or burger at lunch or a perfectly seared steak at dinner. To better celebrate the day, come for live music on the porch with David Parker from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Visit the Historic Sedona Real Estate Location or Order To-Go
Although the coronavirus pandemic has brought some changes, you can still visit the Cowboy Club at their historic Sedona real estate location. They are taking extra precautions, like taking staff temperatures, having staff wear masks, extra cleaning and sanitizing, and spacing tables six feet apart. The full menu is available. Choose tasty starters like cactus fries and bison chili. For a main course, check out the sandwiches and burgers, as well as brisket tacos, salmon, and baby back ribs. The main attraction of the menu are the steaks, like the cowboy ribeye, which is served with seasonal veggies and mashed potatoes.
Come in from 4 to 6 p.m. for Cowboy Hour, with discounted cocktails, beer, sliders, fries, and more. On Saturdays, enjoy live music from David Parker from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Those who feel more comfortable with take out can check out the to-go menu to bring a real Cowboy Club meal back to their Sedona homes. Whether you eat in or take out, save room for dessert. Have a slice of seasonal fruit pie, carrot cake, or nutty moose cake. The vanilla bean creme brulee is delicious, as is the hot fudge sundae.