A stay at the Lodge includes afternoon tea, an elegant dinner, and a hearty breakfast, cooked to order.
The breakfast menu changes daily and always includes fresh muffins and coffee or tea, juice, fresh fruit, and a choice of entree.
One special menu is presented each night by chef Brian Widmer. The fixed price meal includes homemade bread, soup, salad, the featured entree, dessert and coffee. (Dietary restrictions are happily accommodated with advance notice. )
With limited seating guests often share a table. Over the years our guests have often told us of friendships forged while enjoying a delicious dinner; for many it is part of the unique experience that is "Garland's Lodge." (Tables for two can be requested, but cannot always be guaranteed.)
Cocktails are served by the fire or out on the lawn while the season permits, beginning at 6 P.M. All are seated when the dinner bell rings at 7 P.M.
FOR TRAVELERS WITH SMALL CHILDRENDinner at the lodge is casual. but elegant, and may not be appropriate for small children. Parents can opt for their children to have the simple children's menu at 5:30, then enjoy their evening while a babysitter cares for their child. Arrangements should be made in advance. Please inquire about pricing.
Oak Creek Trout & Corn Oysters
Swiss Baked Eggs
Tomato, Onion, Basil, & Goat Cheese Frittata
Garland's Peach Pancakes
Buttermilk Corn Muffins
All entrees served with assorted juice & fruit.
Squash Corn Chowder
Mixed Greens with Crispy Goat Cheese, Apricots and Pistachios in an Orange Tarragon Viniagrette
Roast Chicken with Wild Mushrooms, Bacon and Sage
Green Beans, Tomatoes, and Red Onions
Apple Tart with Ice Cream
Wine list available.
Due to limited seating, please call ahead.
The meals are great. Everything is fresh every day - eggs from their own chickens, veggies from their own garden, and fruit from their own orchard. — Edward Carter, Travels
Garland Lodge Buttermilk Pumpkin waffes with Sauteed Apples and Apple Cider Syrup . . . from “Best Meal of the Day” — Sunset Magazine 10/08
Simply Sizzling Garland's Oak Creek Lodge, an early 1900s Sedona homestead knownfor its culinary delights. For effortless success in cooking dishes featured in "Sharing the Table" follow Chef Stine's advice: "Have fun in the kitchen, keep your work space clean and orderly, honor and respect the food you prepare and don't manipulate it too much; keep it simple and it will be delicious." — MS Phoenix Home and Garden 10/07
Now this Arizona Standby is sharing its secrets to keeping guests well-fed for 30 years with "Sharing the Table at Garland's Lodge"— MS Phoenix Home and Garden 10/07