Locals and an increasing number of tourists have discovered the terrific food at this dinner spot in beautiful Cedar Canyon, about 78 miles from Bryce Canyon. It's known for rib-eye steaks, prime rib, fajita platters, and seafood dishes. In winter, deer feed in front of the restaurant as a fireplace blazes away inside. A number of hunting trophies decorate the rustic building's interior, and splendid views of the surrounding mountains delight patrons year-round. The dining
room serves beer, wine, and liquor.