Fodor's Expert Review View Restaurant

$$ Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Casual

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 (although meals can still be hit-or-miss). Consider red chile–posole stew, the Navajo taco, fried chicken, and the like. There's also a smaller self-serve section, where you can grab sandwiches and light snacks.

Note that after 7 pm the restaurant is open to hotel guests only.

Casual Breakfast Lunch Dinner Southwestern $$

Quick Facts

Monument Valley Rd.
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona  84536, USA


Known For:
  • Massive plate-glass windows framing the iconic Monument Valley landscape
  • Huge portions
  • Good selection of Navajo dishes
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted, No lunch mid-Jan.–Feb. Dinner for hotel guests only

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