Connected to the View Hotel through a second-floor breezeway, this airy space comprises a few high-ceilinged rooms with massive plate-glass windows framing mesmerizing views of the valley—in warm weather you can dine outside on a terrace, awed by the same panorama. Navajo rugs and local art hang on the walls above the light-wood tables and chairs, and the tribal visitor center's extensive curio shop is attached. The food has continued to improve over the years as more-experienced chefs have come aboard, adding fresh, local ingredients, Navajo influences, and an artful flourish to typically Southwestern fare. Consider red chile–posole stew, the Navajo taco sampler plate (comprising four mini tacos), thick steaks, and the like. There's also a smaller self-serve section, where you can grab sandwiches and light snacks.
Monument Valley Rd., off U.S. 163 jusrt north of AZ/UT border, 24 miles north of Kayenta, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona, 84536, United States