Fodor's Expert Review Bryce Canyon Lodge Restaurant
With a high-beam ceiling, tall windows, and a massive stone fireplace, the dining room at this historic lodge set among towering pines abounds with rustic western charm. The kitchen serves three meals a day (reservations aren't accepted, so be prepared for a wait), and the dishes—highlights of which include buffalo sirloin steak, burgundy-braised bison stew, and almond-and-panko-crusted trout—feature organic or sustainable ingredients whenever possible. Several vegetarian options are offered too.
Off Hwy. 63
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah 84764, USA
- Good selection of local craft beers
- Delicious desserts, including a fudge-brownie sundae and six-layer carrot cake
- Hearty breakfasts