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ChocolaTree
Ranked #27 of 199 Restaurants in Sedona
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $8 - $15
Cuisines: Healthy
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Good for: Families with children, Local cuisine
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Breakfast, Late Night, Outdoor Seating, Takeout
Description: Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily in our indoor dining room, garden oasis, wi-fi lounge or dog friendly. Breakfast Served from 9am-noon Full Lunch and Dinner menu available all day. EACH DISH IS CREATED USING 100% ORGANIC, VIBRANT FOODS, GLUTEN- FREE AND ENTIRELY HOME MADE. A Little About the Chocolate Our chocolate shop is in constant production for ChocolaTree and distribution worldwide, creating the largest selection of handmade, artisan-crafted raw chocolates. Mirroring the integrity of our eatery, our chocolate shop uses only organic, stone-ground, fair-trade ingredients, and we are so blessed to house both establishments under the same roof for so many reasons: the friends, the community, the laughter, the intoxicating aroma of cacao wafting through our premises and, of course, the chocolates! We partner directly with small-scale cacao growers to preserve their traditional way of farming, thereby safeguarding the biodiversity of cacao in Ecuador. We undertake a number of sustainability programs for the benefit of the cacao-growing communities with which we work. The sustainability of cacao as a living tree is sacred to us here, and working with others that value cacao in similar ways is of the utmost importance. As a result, we are rewarded with absolutely orgasmic delights that come in so many forms to be shared with you as part of our extended family at ChocolaTree Organic Oasis. HOW IT ALL CAME TO BE Kelly Johnson and Jen Marie met in March of 2006, while Kelly was first creating his delicious chocolate creations. Soon after meeting Jen began to tend the garden at the building Kelly was creating his chocolates. At that time, it was quite barren but Jen was determined to create a sanctuary where the elemental beings could rejoice. She planted the garden with the inspiration of Anastasia and assistance of many locals to Sedona. Through an unusual course of circumstances the building that is now ChocolaTree became available for rent. So, father and daughter David and Jen Marie opened their doors as ChocolaTree Organic Oasis in January 2009 with a vision. Our Vision We see a World of natural beauty where every child is born into a domain with clean air, pure water and their very own garden growing fresh foods in a splendid paradise! Intention ChocolaTree is a Sanctuary where each Being can nurture their Authenticity
Reviewed January 4, 2014

ChocolaTree is almost hidden by foliage even though it is located on SR 89A in West Sedona, so you might miss it if you don't know where to look. The signs at the small parking lot are a nice touch (I won't spoil the surprise) at this vegan/raw food eatery. There are just a few tables in the front, which is taken up by a large cooler filled with house-made chocolates, and rows of raw ingredients for sale. Chia seeds, local honey, and cacao nibs compete with the truffles, Mayan spice whirls, and delicate candies with unpronounceable names you may not be familiar with. This is not your Whitman's candy aisle!

Those familiar with crystals, raw food, and the spiritual vibe for which Sedona is know will feel comfortable here with the menu, but those thinking they will find chocolate malts and sundaes will not. I saw one young man walk in, eyes perusing the menu, engage one of the staff in a state of bliss. Another family with two small children, perhaps hoping for burgers and fries, left almost immediately. Everything is local, but it is not for everyone.

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Reviewed December 31, 2013

We tried this place for dinner during our stay in sedona, we are vegetarians/Indian. The potato soup and black bean soups were both outstanding, while the garlic bread (for $8) was horrendous and essentially a slice of toast with garlic dipping. That pretty much sums it up. The quinoa salad was very good and some of their cooked entrees were fine. But the place looks like a hole in the wall, service is spotty and prices are high for what they deliver. The appeal comes from the stated healing abilities, the holistic approach etc. giving it somewhat of a cult atmosphere. It is not a bad place, but if you decide to go there, do your homework and know what to expect before you order.

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Reviewed December 30, 2013

This is a very unique little restaurant. They serve great vegan/raw food and have other interesting health products. The price is high ($2 or more for a single small chocolate, but the service was good and prompt. The best part is their chocolate bar. They have a huge variety of very special and delicious raw and healthy chocolate treats including bee pollen, saffron and honey and cardamom rose, as well other truly interesting and tasty combinations. If you are into raw/vegan or just want to indulge your chocolate craving in a healthier way I highly recommend the Chocolate Tree restaurant.

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Reviewed December 26, 2013

We stopped in for dinner one night since we were staying just down the street at the Hampton Inn. I had read the reviews and was intrigued. Our entrees were good enough and the sampler platter we had as an appetizer was pretty awesome but let me tell you about the dessert. We got the raw tiramisu and I can't even begin to tell you how wonderful it was. I was in heaven. So much so that we went back to get this dessert the next night after eating dinner somewhere else. We also tried the lemon cream pie which was very good, too but the tiramisu was truly unbelievable.

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Reviewed December 23, 2013

My trip to Sedona was nice but not a Rock Star type weekend. We found this place by chance online and checked it out. It’s the largest smallest place I have ever seen. It looks so small from the road but it’s endless. You step in and its herbs, packages, tables, chairs, gem stones, healing stones, crystals, books, turn a corner and it keeps going, clothing for sale, free water with cups available all over. It keeps going, go outside. An enclosed garden with hammocks, chairs, tables and it’s not small. We came back the next AM for breakfast. We had a classic Waffle and Banana bread. It’s all organic and healthy. Hot coco made with Almond milk, love it! Lots of nice art on the walls. You will like this place.

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