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Coffee Pot Restaurant, Sedona, Arizona…

Posted by on December 16, 2013

The dining room is bright and colorful in this long-time Sedona eatery.


The gimmick for breakfast is that you can order from more than 100 omelet choices.

DECEMBER 16, 2013.

On the outskirts of Sedona is a little family owned  breakfast-lunch restaurant called “The Coffee Pot.” It’s been serving good food since the 1950’s  and is named after “Coffee Pot Rock,” one of the famous local rock formations, which can be seen from the patio.  It’s been voted “the best breakfast in town” year after year. The food is good and so is the service. Even though the place was buzzing, we were seated the moment we arrived and within just a moment after that we had a pitcher of ice water and a pot of coffee on our table. It took a bit to read the menu because it’s pretty extensive: over 300 items. Our server was friendly and helpful. She helped us navigate the menu and had our food to us without delay. If you are in the mood for an omelet you’re in the right place: There are 101 varieties listed on the menu! The spot has been featured in the Los Angeles Times and even in the New York Times. Recently the Food Network had a special on the restaurant. Hey, if it’s good enough for Guy Fieri, it’s good enough for me. For $10.95 I had a crab, avocado, mushroom and feta-cheese omelet,with all the regular breakfast sides. Very good…almost as good as the ones I make at home.

Try this place. You’ll be glad you did!


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