Coffee Pot Restaurant
& Gift Shop
Home Of 101 Omelettes
A Restaurant for the Whole Family
SEDONA's Favorite Breakfast Spot!
You have found one of the most popular establishments to eat, shop and hang out in all of Red Rock Country – an experience not to be missed while visiting scenic Sedona, Arizona.
Come enjoy the great food and shopping, the incomparable people watching, and the fast and friendly service. The ambiance is informal and comfortable, inspiring conviviality and stimulating lively conversation. We hope that the Coffee Pot becomes your “home away from home.” Here you can sample the flavor of Sedona and discover why the Coffee Pot Restaurant is a local tradition. Visit us and be sure to tell your friends and family about the Coffee Pot experience!
Fresh Ingredients, Tasty Meals
A local favorite and an iconic establishment for tourists, The Coffee Pot features a delicious variety of menu items: an extensive breakfast selection including Eggs Benedict, Belgium waffles, Huevos Rancheros and of course, a choice of 101 omelettes. Our lunch selections include authentic Mexican dishes as well as sandwiches, burgers, salads and traditional American fare.
Come And Visit Us
Stop by and see us or feel free to contact us!
Most frequent questions and answers
Our restaurant is located 2050 West Highway 89A in West Sedona, which is considered Sedona’s Business District. It’s about a five-minute drive from the intersection of Hwy 179 and 89A (the “Y”) and Uptown (where all the shops are located). We’re just west of Coffee Pot Drive, on the north side of the street, between the Basha’s and Safeway supermarkets, and across from the Harkins Theatres.
Our hours are from 6 AM until 2 PM. While we are the “Home of 101 Omelettes,” we serve all kinds of breakfast fare during those hours. We also serve lunch from 11 AM until 2 PM. Lunch dishes range from authentic Mexican to traditional American food. Please check out our extensive menu.
Our parking lot is relatively small compared to the size of our restaurant. Just because our lot is full does not mean that we have a wait inside. You can almost always park in the Sedona Center lot, which houses the Mary Fisher theatre. It is to our right if you are facing the Coffee Pot Restaurant. In the instances when this lot is blocked off (due to a film festival or special engagement), you may have to look a bit further, such as in the Basha’s lot when ours fills up.
We do not take reservations, however we are able to accommodate parties of all sizes. We have a very fast-paced restaurant and things move quickly. Our guests are continually amazed at how much faster things move than they anticipated. If you come in and there is a wait, just sign in and we seat parties in the order in which they come in. We are pretty good at estimating wait times, but it’s impossible to know exactly how long wait times will be at any point in the future. In other words, every day is a bit different.
We almost always offer food to go. The only exception is if we’re running a particularly long wait, we may not be able to do so. It’s just not fair to our guests that are patiently waiting for a table to place orders ahead of them. Feel free to call us at 928-282-6626 and we will let you know if we are able to prepare your order.
We have many GF options including egg dishes as well as offering waffles, bread, buns and salads and Mexican dishes. However, we do NOT have a GF kitchen, meaning that the same surfaces are used in preparation of both GF and non-GF foods. We do not have the ability to use separate preparation or cooking surfaces for GF foods. Vegan options at breakfast are limited to oatmeal and breads. Lunch offerings include salads and sandwiches. At any time of day, we have fresh fruit available or can prepare sautéed fresh vegetables.
We love our pets as much as you do, but unfortunately we are not able to have pets anywhere in our restaurant. You do have to go through the dining room in order to get to our patio, so we cannot have pets there either. Please do not try to pass off pets as service animals. This undermines the legitimacy of service animals and does a disservice to those who count on them for important health and safety concerns.
Thanks for your cooperation and understanding.