Fine Dining in a Sedona, Arizona Historic Restaurant!
Relics Restaurant & Roadhouse at Historic Rainbows End located in beautiful Sedona, Arizona, is a fine dining Sedona restaurant and a full service banquet facility within walking distance of several hotels, and close to other important amenities and attractions in Sedona. Relics Restaurant offers classic-style dining and multiple-sized dining rooms in a historical setting and is Sedona's oldest continuously operating restaurant - 68 years. A monumental antique bar and the largest wooden dance floor in Northern Arizona with a modern sound and dance floor lighting system completes this diverse 7,000 square feet establishment.
Join us for dinner or let us host your special event. Keep Relics Restaurant in mind when planning a Sedona Wedding Reception, rehearsal dinner or other events. We are happy to negotiate menus to work within your budget. Contact Relics for dinner reservations or with group booking questions at: (928) 282-1593 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While Relics Restaurant is best known for our Prime Rib and Steaks, executive chef & co-owner, Karen DeSalvo, has added plenty of variety to our delicious and affordable menu. Appetizers include Mussels Marinara, St. Louis Ribs and two new entrees: Tilapia & Prawn Napoleon and Seared Sea Scallops in Champagne Cream. In addition our Holiday Menu offers several selections.
Dinner banquets are servedin two beautifully restored
rooms: the Gibson Room (original Gibson Homestead) and our spacious 2,000 square feet Lawson Room with a stage and large wooden dance floor. A beautiful outside Patio and Courtyard are also available in season.
Sedona's oldest continuously operating restaurant - 70 Years
Specializing in prime rib, steaks & seafood
Wifi available throughout the entire facility
Western movie stars favorite hangout, 1940s to 1960s
Gibson homestead/restaurant nearly 100 Years Old
U.S.O. dance club during WWII
1950s roller-skating rink
Verde Valley's favorite country western dance hall, 1980s to 1990s
Dancing on Northern Arizona's largest wooden dance floor