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Wildflower – Sedona

After trying to squeeze in both the Cathedral Trail and the Broken Arrow trail on my first morning in Sedona, I was looking for some food and only had a short time before I had to check out of the hotel. I decided to try Wildflower. I had never heard of it and it seemed to have a Sedona-style name so I gave it a go.

Wildflower is a local Arizona chain that is a bread company a bit like Panera. When I got there the line was to the door so I knew I was in the right place. As busy as it was I was able to find a great spot to eat on their outdoor patio. There was a cool water feature and it was really enjoyable.

The outside tables at WIldflower in Sedona have a nice water feature and are partially surrounded by the rest of the outdoor mall.
The patio at Wildflower in Sedona

The Food

I ordered the Sausage and Cheddar breakfast sandwich which was sausage and cheddar plus scallions, roasted red peppers and cilantro. This all came on a grilled brioche roll.

This sandwich was really good. The sausage had a really nice taste to it and the cilantro added a bit of spice that was really nice. The red peppers tasted really fresh and gave a hint of sweetness to the savory sausage and egg. The bread was also amazing. It was nice and thick and helped get me some of those carbs back after burning so much energy in the morning. I really enjoyed this sandwich, I thought I was going to need some hash browns or something on the side but the sandwich was totally enough to get me through the morning. Next time you are in Sedona, give Wildflower a shot.

The sausage and egg sandwich from WIldflower in Sedona.  The sandwich is cut in half with the sausage and egg visible under large pieces of bright red roasted peppers.
Sausage and Chedder sandwich from Wildflower in Sedona

Finding Wildflower

As I said, Wildflower is a local Arizona chain with 15 locations around the state. The one I visited was in the Shops of Pinion Pointe shopping center at 101 N. Highway 89A. Parking was a bit tricky as the shops were pretty busy when I went so you may have to walk a bit to find the restauraunt.

I have added this restaurant and all of the restaurants I have been to on my interactive map that you can find here. If you have a suggestion for a restaurant or any comments feel free to email me at or you can follow me on any of the below social media platforms. Bon Appetit!

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