Great home made apple crumb pie and home made ice cream. The perfect place to end your day in Sedona!
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We stopped here for a snack at the recommendation or our Pink Jeep Tour guide. I had the waffle cone with malted vanilla and prickly pear ice cream which is delicious. A waffle cone costs $5.99. The rest of my family had hotdogs in a...More
We spotted the sign saying “home made pies” and were sufficiently enticed by the fun Black Cow sign that we returned one evening after dinner to enjoy pie and ice cream. We were disappointed by the modest selection of pies and rather worn down appearance...More
After a long hike this was a refreshing stop for ice cream. They suggested the Pricky Pear Ice Cream and it was a take of the desert(in a good way ) of the area and made freshly daily by owner. When we where they a...More
My family and I had a late afternoon snack on 2/20/18. Nice, friendly young people behind the counter. We sampled a couple flavors before deciding. Very good portions for the price and very good ice cream and coffee.
We had wonderful fresh, tasty original sandwiches followed by excellent, creamy, flavorful ice cream. One vegetarian sandwich and one "meaty," and we both enjoyed them. Two different flavors of "straight up" ice cream, and again we were both very pleased, and we live near a...More
The prickly pear shake was thick, creamy, and uniquely flavored, especially compared to Sabrina's across the street which everyone goes to, not seeing Black Cow Cafe because every tour group gets dropped off there. This snack was definitely delicious.
After hiking Devil’s Bridge, we went into town looking for something sweet to eat to reward ourselves. Sabrina’s was really overpriced and didn’t have much of a selection. More importantly, for my family, is that they were not allergy friendly and could not accommodate my...More
If you have not been to Sedona, you need to get there. And after taking in all the beautiful sights and surroundings, save some time for an ice cream cone or sundae at the Black Cow Cafe. Always a line, but it goes quickly. They...More