Welcome to Mesa Grill, SedonaWelcome to Mesa Grill, on top of Airport Mesa in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Mesa Grill is a breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant in a contemporary western setting designed by one of Arizona’s most noted architectural firms, the Design Group. It is open and airy, with expansive windows of special environmental glass overlooking gardens, the airport and the red rocks of Sedona. It has a full bar with seating for twelve, indoor dining for 60, covered outdoor dining for 40 and additional outdoor patio dining under the shade of 200 year old Pine trees. Our beautifully landscaped exterior creates a stunning setting for weddings, parties, receptions, and more.
Mesa Grill Sedona is an American Grill offering many traditional favorites such as all-American breakfasts and lunches with delectable omelets, egg dishes, burgers, sandwiches, steaks and seafood and more. View our Menu.
Visit us to experience Mesa Grill Sedona, and enjoy great food, a friendly and talented staff, spirited and creative chefs and cooks, and a unique atmosphere with unparalleled views.
Meet Marc Battistini, OwnerMarc has been in the restaurant business for over 30 years and views the Mesa Grill as his crowning opportunity to bring the best in dining to his patrons. He grew up in the south of France in an Italian family and has always had a passion for good food, being raised by his mother, the best cook he has ever known. At 13, he was a bus boy for a restaurant in Monte Carlo that ignited his interest of culinary arts as a lifelong pursuit. He attended a restaurant school and, focusing on food and wine started on the path that brought him here today.
He has lived in Sedona for 18 years with restaurant experiences including management at L’Auberge Restaurant, Rene’ at Tlaquepaque, and as a server at Shugrues. Marc and his family have lived in California for the past 3 years returning this summer to open the Mesa Grill.
Marc dined many times at the previous airport restaurant and enjoyed the relaxed, “on top of a mesa-dining environment.” “I remember how excited I was to dine where I can overlook the airport and the red rocks beyond. Now I can offer Sedonans and visitors the same beautiful spot to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner,” Marc says.