Where outstanding "High Desert Cuisine" is combined with more than fifty years of "Old West Tradition and Hospitality".

The Cowboy Club Grille was the first of the three dining rooms available. Formerly the Oak Creek Tavern, it was the gathering place for Sedona's early settlers including the founding members of the Cowboy Artists of America who organized the prestigious CAA in front of the fireplace on June 23rd, 1965.

The Cowboy Club is a casual, family-oriented, dining area with full bar. The décor is Country and Western, showcasing the second largest set of Longhorn horns in the United States as well as original wood walls and a number of prominent Cowboy Artists' works. The kitchen produces the finest in Angus and Buffalo Steaks, Game, Fresh Seafood as well as signature dishes such as Cactus Fries and Snake.

Serving food & beverages all day from 11AM to 10PM