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Cowboy Club Grille


Sedona's Outrageously Good
High Desert Cuisine

(928) 282-4200

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Cowboy Club Grille


Sedona's Outrageously Good
High Desert Cuisine

(928) 282-4200

Our Story

In 1946, if you wound your way down Oak Creek Canyon to Sedona, you would find little else but a tavern building, a post office and a two-story wood building. The tavern was the center of the towns social life. It was the Oak Creek Tavern and it served as meeting place, pool hall, grocery store and saloon to the folks in the area and the tourists passing through.

Once inside, you'd find locals, cattle buyers, cowhands and workers from the Jerome Mine and the Clarkdale smelter playing pool, stopping for a cool one or buying food for the day. It was a friendly crowd, with a population fluctuating around 500 people, everybody knew everybody else.

As Sedona grew in size, the Oak Creek tavern remained a historic center of town. By the mid-1950's, its wood- en walls had echoed the talk and laughter of many of Hollywood's biggest movie stars. More than 50 movies were filmed in Sedona and when the days shooting was done, everyone would head to the Tavern. John Wayne, Ray Milland, Burt Lancaster, Jane Wyman, George Montgomery, Dick Powell, Agnes Moorehead, Burl Ives, Maureen O'Hara, Robert Mitchum, Hedy Lamarr, Glenn Ford, James Stewart, Rock Hudson, Donna Reed, Gene Autry, Joan Crawford, ~ to name a few ~ were known to enjoy the warm fire and spirits at the tavern.

The Tavern's legendary status continued onto the 1960's when, in 1965, world famous artist Joe Beeler sat at the corner table by the fireplace and with Charlie Dye, John Hampton and George Phippen, founded the Cowboy Artists of America. By their efforts, recognition of Western art has skyrocketed. 

Today, the spirit of the Tavern lives on in the Cowboy Club ~ where the traditions and hospitality of the Old West are served along with delicious "high desert" cuisine.

We invite you to enjoy our unique blend of  history and attention to quality so that you can take home a memorable experience of your own.

Unique Dishes

Exciting Atmosphere

Delicious Food

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Cowboy Club & The Silver Saddle


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Cowboy Club & The Silver Saddle


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ABOUT THE COWBOY CLUB
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 our dining rooms. 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 Rattlesnake.

ABOUT THE SILVER SADDLE ROOM
The Silver Saddle Room opened in June of 1998. The setting is romantic yet rustic with luxurious suede booths and a prominent rock fireplace as the focal point of the room. It is a casually elegant environment with patio side service when weather permits. The Silver Saddle Room menu serves the same items as the Cowboy Club Grille with the addition of complimentary amuses and intermezzos. It is an adult dining experience with high standards of both service and food.

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The Atmosphere


The Atmosphere

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The Atmosphere

We work hard to make sure your Sedona dining experience at the Cowboy Club & Silver Saddle room is comfortable and enjoyable.  Our professional wait staff is very friendly and will make sure you have a memorable dining experience.