The Hideaway closed their doors in early November, 2013. Apparently they had a dispute with their landlord.
Was skeptical at first to go to this restaurant. Tucked away under a bar. The pizza was fantastic! We ordered the medium vege pizza, and loved every bite. The whipped cheesecake was like gram used to make, I even licked the plate! The prices are reasonable. The view was overlooking the creek,and very peaceful.
This tucked away restaurant is hidden in the corner of empty buildings and art galleries. There's a eat in bar street level and lower restaurant area with a huge deck facing a limited slightly over grown view of the Sedona red mountains. Depending on where you sit dictates the view. We were seated right away our wait staff was friendly... More
Tired of all the pretentious spots filled with the SoCal yuppies? Go grab some pasta and cheap wine at Hideaway. It's just what we were in the mood for. Some character was playing his acoustic guitar, no pretense. The servers are a bit surly, but the food is good and we didn't have to put up with fluff and stuff.
A not-so-well-know smaller restaurant right in downtown Sedona. Tables overlooking the creek, wonderful smells, great place and inexpensive. A+ for a nice lunch in beautiful Sedona!
Outdoor rustic deck seating above the Oak Creek Riparian Habitat. Great -great setting/location. Best and most consistent Pizzas for ages, both pre-Millenium and post Millenium, Ordered take-out this time so missed the open air and Guitarist accompanying. Find time to sit while the weather stays nice for a "Decked Out " experience, they have pastas's also.
Right across from motel so nice to walk there... Delicious Antipasto salad and huge... We ordered smoked turkey and with bread and glass of wine- perfect meal with a great view also...
Our pink jeep driver pointed the hideaway out to us on the way back from a jeep trip. First impression was pretty scary for a family with kids. But the restaurant is downstairs, the bar upstairs. The food is all Italian and the menu extensive enough for a family restaurant. The prices are reasonable, kids eat for less than 4... More
We ate at The Hideway two nights in a row because it was right across the street from the wonderful Sedona Motel and it was homey and small towny. Not slick or gourmet, but satisfying and friendly. There is a Italian restaurant like this in almost every town and that's a good thing.
I have eaten here many times and recommended it to friends. I love sitting on the outdoor porch overlooking the creek, the leafy trees, and the red rocks. My favorite is the huge salads served group style. I have always had good service.
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