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“Surprise gem”
Review of Dan's Bistro - CLOSED

Dan's Bistro
Price range: $15 - $30
Cuisines: American, European, French
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Good for: Romantic, Local cuisine, Special occasions
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Dan's Bistro is a small friendly Bistro style restaurant with great fish, steak, seafood, pasta's, salads and deserts, all at great prices. Chef Dan is one of Sedona's most popular Chef's both for his cuisine and his personality. Open for Lunch and Dinner.
Reviewed June 9, 2013

Quaint local restaurant serving European style bistro fare. Great food, friendly service - Jim was terrific. Try Chef Dan's version of escargot and beef bourg, veal was non-traditional but also very good. If you like chocolate, don't miss the ganache cake - decadent!

1  Thank Maile Q
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Reviewed June 6, 2013

Excellent service, delicious food, guitarist offering great background. There were 3 small dining rooms, providing an intimate feel. A truly lovely evening.

Thank DesertSusan
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Reviewed June 5, 2013

Dan's Bistro is a hidden gem, with great service, lovely back ground music and fabulous food. We were greeted and shown to our seats in one of the dining rooms. The guitar player was in this room, but his playing was lovely and truly back ground music, easy for us to converse over the music.

We relaxed while checking the menu and made our selections. The salads were very good, with fresh ingredients and delicious dressings. I had the appetizer of hummus and olive tapenade with feta cheese and pita tips. This was a beautifully presented dish and large enough for two people as an appetizer. With a salad to start, this was too large to finish, but will make a great snack.

This is a BYOB, but we did not bring a bottle this evening. Also forget the outside of the restaurant, and forget the comments. The area is on route 89A, well lit and with plenty of parking in front of the restaurant.

The only down side, was we did not save room for desert, the ones we saw being served to others, looked incredible. Well there is always next time! Come in and enjoy a wonderful meal, you will be very happy.

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1  Thank Foster7204
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Reviewed June 3, 2013

Trout for lunch what a delight!!!!! Waitress was very helpful and friendly . Easy relaxing atmosphere. Desert was actually sinfully good.
Dan's was suggested to us by more then a few, glad we followed
directions and found this gem.

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1  Thank Terry A
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Reviewed May 30, 2013

This Bistro had the most delicious food! Quite a menu to choose from for a Bistro and very reasonable! The staff was wonderful and they had a guitar player that was a joy to listen to. This is a BYOB restaurant so make sure you bring a good bottle of wine to enjoy with your meal. Save room for dessert - it looked fabulous but we were way to stuffed to try any.
Will definitely go back to this restaurant!

1  Thank MS S
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