10 Things To Do At Night In Sedona, Arizona

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Sedona is a picturesque desert town in Northern Arizona. Located at 4,500 feet (1371.6 meters), it is surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls and pine forests. While on one hand, it is famous for its outdoor activities, it is also noted for its vibrant arts community. Sedona is most active during the day, but its nights, too, have a share in making the city what it is today. While Sedona’s quiet evenings give visitors ample time to rest up from the day’s adventures, thanks to its active arts community, local breweries, and a few restaurants that offer great food, you are in for a pleasant surprise at night too. Let’s check out the best things to do at night in Sedona, Arizona.

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1. Pamper yourself at True REST Float Spa

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Posted by True REST Float Spa on Monday, February 15, 2021

Sedona offers plenty of spa resorts for travelers. After all, a spa break is the best way to unwind, relax and pamper oneself. And, True REST provides the ultimate form of relaxation with its Float Spa. The Float Spa is built upon the concept of REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy). This soundproof, lightproof and ultra-buoyant environment allows people to experience a complete blackout.

As you lie down in a pod, filled till saturation with Epsom salt, your body instantly becomes weightless allowing you to drift into a state of complete relaxation. This helps in relieving and recovering from pain, and it improves sleep.

True REST Float Spa

Address: 1910 AZ-89A #101, Sedona, AZ 86336

Website: True REST Float Spa

Opening hours: Monday: 4pm - 10pm; Tue - Sun: 10am - 10pm

Price: First Time Float (59 USD), Single Float (79USD)

2. Enjoy gluten-free delicacies at Picazzo's Healthy Italian Kitchen Sedona

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Posted by Picazzo's Healthy Italian Kitchen on Monday, August 9, 2021

An evening isn’t over without good food. Picazzo’s Healthy Italian Kitchen is a highly recommended place to eat at Sedona that serves gluten-free Italian delicacies. Its well-trained and attentive staff will guide you through the menu. There are so many good vegan/vegetarian dishes to choose from that you will be spoilt for choice. Dishes are served fresh and hot and they taste so good that we are sure you’ll be coming for more.

Picazzo's Healthy Italian Kitchen Sedona

Address: 1855 AZ-89A, Sedona, AZ 86336, USA

Website: Picazzo’s Healthy Italian Kitchen Sedona

Opening hours: 11am - 10pm (Monday through Sunday)

3. Watch a movie at Harkins Theatres Sedona 6

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A movie after a busy day of trying out the best things to do in the city is the best way to give your tensed muscles a break. Harkins Theatres Sedona 6 has six small theatres that have an old-world charm to them. The premises and bathrooms are neat and clean, and the staff is friendly and helpful. The tickets are pretty cheap when compared to other multiplexes, and the seats are comfortable. What more can you ask for? Book your tickets, grab some snacks and just enjoy the evening.

Harkins Theatres Sedona 6

Address: 2081 W Hwy 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336

Website: Harkins Theatres Sedona 6

Price: Children (ages 3-13) 5.50 USD - 8.50 USD; Adults (ages 14 & up) 9.50 USD - 12.50 USD; Seniors (ages 60+) 6.50 USD - 9.50 USD; Student Discount (with valid ID) 7.50 USD - 10.00 USD

4. Play darts and foosball at Mooney's Irish Pub

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If you are looking for a place to hang around while having a glass of beer or whiskey, or just sit and chat through the night while munching something light, then Mooney’s Irish Pub is the right place for you. Mooney’s is one of the few places in Sedona that serves food beyond 9 pm. They have over 300 drink choices to choose from. There is also a professional grade tornado Foosball table and a couple of dart boards at the pub.

Mooney's Irish Pub

Address: 671 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ 86336-6121

Website: Mooney’s Irish Pub

Opening hours: 12.30pm - 2.00am (Monday through Sunday)

5. Relish house-brewed beers at Oak Creek Brewery and Grill

Oak Creek Brewery Sedona
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When your muscles are screaming out in pain after a long day of adventure and all you want is some chilled beer, then head out to Oak Creek Brewery and Grill in Tlaquepaque. It has some big cozy booths, pizzas come straight from its wood-fired ovens and the beer is brewed at its in-house oak wood brewery. This place is known for its award-winning premium brews and they serve a range of delicious craft beer; from a light Kölsch, refreshing Hefeweizen, to strong Ales. Don’t forget to do beer samplings; you’ll love it.

Oak Creek Brewery and Grill

Address: 336 State Route 179, Suite D201, Sedona AZ

Website: Oak Creek Brewery and Grill

Opening hours: 11:30am - 8:30pm (Monday through Sunday)

6. Test your patience at Seven Canyons Golf Club

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Posted by Seven Canyons Golf Club on Thursday, July 22, 2021

Seven Canyons Golf Club is known for its sheer beauty and a great golf course. Its stunning green fairways build a contrasting view with the red rocks that surround it on all three sides. Measuring nearly 7,000 yards (6400 meters) from the championship tees, this par-70 course is a private premise that is open exclusively to Seven Canyons Club members. Its sharp bunkering, subtle contours, tight fairways, narrow landing areas and constantly changing elevations will be the ultimate test of patience to both beginners and professionals alike. But right when you want to give up, the view of the red rock monoliths and ancient ponderosa pine stretch in the backdrop will calm your spirits. It is a must-visit for all golf enthusiasts.

Seven Canyons Golf Club

Address: 625 Golf Club Way, Sedona, AZ 86336

Website: Seven Canyons Golf Club

Opening hours: 24 hours

7. Go shopping at Dahling It's You

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Posted by Dahling It's You on Tuesday, May 31, 2016

If you are a fashionista make it a point to visit Dahling It’s You. This boutique is located in Uptown Sedona and it has been serving the fashion needs of women for over two decades. Dahling It’s You has a good range of clothing and accessories to select from. The merchandise is unique and reasonably priced, and it is available in a wide range of sizes, colors and styles, for all ages. Their friendly and knowledgeable staff will ease your shopping experience, and make it fun and memorable.

Dahling It's You

Address: 250 N SR 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336

Website: Dahling It’s You

Opening hours: 9:30 am - 8:00 pm (Monday through Sunday)

8. Catch a live dance performance at Sedona Performing Arts Center

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Sedona Performing Arts Center (SPAC) is a state of the art venue committed to facilitating community arts and cultural events. There is ample parking space at the facility that is located on the beautiful campus of Sedona Red Rock High School. Sedona Performing Arts Center is home to Chamber Music Sedona, Verde Valley Sinfonietta, Sedona Chamber Ballet and the Phoenix Ballet performance of the Nutcracker Suite. If you have some time to spare, don’t miss the live dance performance at the center.

Sedona Performing Arts Center

Address: 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336

Website: Sedona Performing Arts Center

9. Calm your sweet tooth at Cold Stone Creamery

Original Creation @ Cold Stone Creamery
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Who wouldn’t love the sweet smell of fresh waffle cones and freshly churned cream? Cold Stone Creamery should be on your itinerary if you have a sweet tooth. They serve the best tasting, made-to-order ice cream and ice cream cakes you’ve ever had. The ice creams are churned on a frozen granite stone (hence the name), from the finest ingredients and are made fresh at the store. There are over 30 mix-ins to choose from. They also serve gluten-free, lactose-free, nut-free, low-fat options and egg-less varieties.

Cold Stone Creamery

Address: 101 N State Route 89A, Ste C16, Sedona, AZ 86336

Website: Cold Stone Creamery

Opening hours: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm (Monday through Sunday)

10. Learn to dance at Lotus Studio

Editor’s Note: Establishment is permanently closed.

Lotus Studio Sedona is a part of the community that strives to enhance the cultural vibrancy of Sedona through dance and other art forms. This studio offers a large dance space, both its front and side walls are mirrored, and the floor is made out of sprung wood. The class prices are very reasonable and they have some amazingly skilled instructors. So, if you are in Sedona and love dancing, it’s worth giving it a try.

Lotus Studio

Address: 2050 Yavapai Dr #3a, Sedona, AZ 86336

Website: Lotus Studio

Opening hours: 8 am – 9 pm (Monday through Sunday)

Explore Sedona, the 'Red Rock City'

Mariposa in Sedona, Arizona
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Sedona is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the US. It has an active local community where something fun is always going on. Also known as the ‘Red Rock City’, Sedona features a year-round tourist season. No matter what month you choose to visit or what time of the day or night you would like to explore, Sedona presents plenty of options to its visitors. Just don’t forget to book a stay in one of the spa hotels or other vacation rentals to make the most of your vacation in Sedona.

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