To catch some live classical music while you’re in town, check the schedule of Chamber Music Sedona (www.chambermusicsedona.org; tel. 877/768-2415 or 928/204-2415). The most popular music venue is the Sound Bites Grill, 101 Ariz. 89A (www.soundbitesgrill.com; tel. 928/282-2713), which features local players and occasional notable acts like Esteban or Ottmar Leibert.
Otherwise, Sedona doesn’t have much in the way of a live music scene, or even a dominant bar scene. Most hotels, of course, have swanky lounges, any of which are worth checking out. Olde Sedona Bar & Grille, 1405 W. Ariz. 89A (www.oldesedona.com; tel. 928/282-5670) has karaoke, weekly jam sessions, and other entertainment. Down in the Village of Oak Creek, you can do a little dancing at the Full Moon Saloon, 7000 N. Ariz. 179 (www.thefullmoonsaloon.com; tel. 928/284-1872), in the Tequa Plaza shopping center; it has live music and karaoke several nights a week.
If you’re searching for good microbrewed beer, head to the Oak Creek Brewing Co., 2050 Yavapai Dr. (www.oakcreekbrew.com; tel. 928/204-1300), north of Ariz. 89A off Coffee Pot Dr., or the affiliated Oak Creek Brewery and Grill, 336 Ariz. 179 (www.oakcreekpub.com; tel. 928/282-3300) in the Tlaquepaque shopping plaza.
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