The floating, sandstone restaurant and lounge at the Navajo-operated Antelope Point Marina serves reliably well-prepared American food with contemporary accents—wood-fire pizzas, fish tacos, buffalo burgers, and filet mignon with garlic-herb butter—and has one of the region's better wine lists. As good as the food is, the dramatic dining room with soaring windows overlooking a red-rock-wall section of Lake Powell is what really makes this place special. It's a long
walk from the parking area to the front door, but staff whisk visitors to and fro in golf carts. The restaurant's name is Navajo for "Antelope Springs." Hours can vary a bit in the slower winter season—call ahead to make sure it's open before driving all the way from Page.