It started with a love of craft food and the Southwest. Dennis Barbaro, veteran restauranteur has the idea for a craft beer-centric restaurant. The first Sedona Taphouse opened in Midlothian, VA. Serving craft beer from 50 taps and hundreds of bottles, paired with small, tapas style offerings. Sedona Taphouse develops the Steak Out for Charity initiative and expands the menu to include a premium wine list, hand crafted cocktails and full sized entrees, the inception of a program that donated a million dollars to local non-profits. After much success at the first location, Sedona Taphouse opens a 2nd location in Charlottesville, VA. Sedona Taphouse expands North and opens the first out-of-state location in Norwalk, CT and a 3rd VA location in Fredericksburg. The Fredericksburg location is the first to exceed $100k a week in sales. Sedona Taphouse opens yet another location, this time in Mamaroneck, NY. STH, and as a company, was now grossing over $15 million in sales. After the 6th location opened in Troy, MI, Sedona Taphouse was providing over 500 jobs in 5 states. Sedona Taphouse’s busiest year yet! Opening 4 new locations in:Cliffside Park, NJ, Nashville, TN, Lexington, KY and the 5th VA location in Colonial Heights. After rebranding the Steak Out for Charity to Dine Out for Charity, Sedona Taphouse has donated over half a million dollars to local charities. Despite an unprecedented year, Sedona Taphouse opened the 6th VA location. Sedona Taphouse now has 14 locations and is in 8 states across the US.