It's hard to miss this low-slung, timber-frame roadhouse-style restaurant in Bluffs—it's tucked beneath a sandstone ridge crowned by two rock pillars that look as though they might topple in a bad storm. Here you'll find the most varied menu and consistently delicious food in the Monument Valley region. It's well worth the 40-mile drive from Monument Valley Tribal Park for surprisingly excellent barbecue ribs and brisket for this part of the world, plus pizzas (using
Navajo fry bread), country-fried steaks, and French toast breakfasts. An extensively stocked trading post lies at one end of the dining room, and there's seating on the patio during the warmer months.