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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA

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Bryce Canyon National Park Dining

When visiting Bryce Canyon National Park, you can rest assured that your dining experience will be as amazing as the park itself.  Most restaurants are open throughout the year and feature outstanding American style cuisine.  When the weather is warm and there is a nice breeze from the Canyon, several of the restaurants allow for outdoor eating.  When it’s cold or snowing you can sit by a warm and cozy fireplace.  In short, you’ll find that dining in Bryce Canyon National Park can be affordable and very enjoyable.     

At Bryce Canyon’s Lodge
The Bryce Canyon Dining Room located in the Bryce Canyon National Park Lodge is one of the best establishments to enjoy fine dining.  The atmosphere is relaxed, boasting a simple elegance from the 1930s.  It’s open for breakfast, lunch as well as for dinner and serves a good selection of starters and main courses.  The lunch menu features specialties like salmon burgers and club sandwiches.  They’re both superbly prepared.  But during dinner, the dining room turns into a corner for romance and special occasions.  Candle light adorns the tables and both stone fireplaces are lit.  The mood is set as guests savor entrees like grilled trout, slow cooked loin of pork or saloon steak cooked in Bourbon.  But if you’re a vegetarian, you need not be concerned.  The list of signature dishes is exciting.  Among the well-liked are the Portobello mushroom steaks and the garden gnocchi.  You can accompany your meal with any of the international wines offered or a beer from the local micro breweries.

Tip:  If you’re planning to spend the day hiking and would like a special treat for a picnic, the restaurant will prepare box lunches.  Make sure to ask for dessert.  The selection is decadent.

Housed inside Ruby’s Inn, travelers will find Cowboy’s Buffet & Steak Room.  It’s an excellent restaurant for dining in Bryce Canyon National Park.  As the name implies, everything depicts an old western town.  The colors of the décor resemble those of the rock formations in Bryce Canyon.  And the pictures placed along the walls give everyone an opportunity to admire the Park’s beauty.  This eatery has been around for more than ninety years mostly because the food is simply sublime.  Don’t be surprised if you have to wait for a table.  The lunch buffet displays everything imaginable with emphasis on Country style gastronomy.  And for dinner, you’ll want to order a la carte or choose from the smorgasbord of delicacies.  They offer grilled rainbow trout, ribs, chicken and a very tender and tasty prime rib. 

Another fabulous venue you won’t want to miss is Bryce Canyon Pines.  Its country cottage dining salon is quaint and inviting.  It specializes on home style American cooking with mouthwatering options like Utah trout and man size steaks.  If you prefer a simple meal, go for the open turkey sandwich paired with garlic mashed potatoes with gravy.  Everything is cooked on an old wood stove resulting in flavorful wholesome fare. 


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