This is by no means a complete list of all the amazing restaurants in the area, but these are a few that I have tried and just absolutely loved. Save them and try to stop by on your trip through Utah!
Checkout their menu and event schedule on their website: https://www.4wpub.com/
Make a reservation on their website: https://ebenezersbarnandgrill.com/
See more about Kiva Koffeehouse and their on-site Kottage for rent here: https://www.kivakoffeehouse.com/
Pizza Palace has been rated the best pizza in Southern Utah year after year. Their recipes have been passed through generations since the early 1990’s. Enjoy a specialty pizza or create your own at this Utah staple.
See the full menu of The Pizza Palace here: https://www.brycecanyonpizza.com/
Over 80% of the state of Utah is protected public or National Park lands. One of Utah's most famous "Mighty Five National Parks" is Bryce Canyon. It's red rock hoodoos are unlike anywhere else in the world, but there is so much more to Bryce Canyon Country than just the national park...
Bryce Canyon Country includes Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Capitol Reef National Park, Kodachrome State Park, and so much more in its over 3-million acres of protected lands.
Read about things to do in Bryce Canyon Country here!
Under Canvas Bryce Canyon hosts fifty different solar-powered canvas tent sites perfect for solo-travelers, couples, or families alike with their variety of tent options that can sleep between two and six people. Each tent comes with an outdoor and indoor lounging area and a wood-burning stove inside to keep you warm during the chilly nights.
Full bathrooms, battery operated lights, and a battery pack for charging small devices like cell phones are only a few of the other amenities you’ll also enjoy. There are also outlets in the attendant's tent and bathrooms for plugging in larger items and blow dryers available at the front desk.
Ruby’s Inn features many different kinds of lodging options from RV hook-ups and tipi campsites to luxury king suites with in-room jacuzzi spas. The Inn also has three different dining options to satisfy every hunger pain. The Cowboy Buffet & Steak Room offers sit-down breakfast, lunch, and dinner; The Canyon Diner has fast grab-and-go options and pizza; while Ebenezer’s Barn & Grill features a country music show during dinner every summer night.
Ruby’s Inn has something for every type of traveler, and it’s one of the best gift shops outside of the park!
See more things to do near Bryce Canyon National Park and Escalante National Monument in my guides below:
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