Bryce Canyon Country: The Foodie Trail

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One of the best parts of traveling is finding amazing local food. Chains may be convenient, but they do, however, lack the delicious, fresh meals that many of the locally-owned restaurants in Bryce Canyon Country offer. You would be remiss to lose out on an opportunity to fully experience Bryce Canyon Country if you don’t dine in at least one of these many delectable establishments.

Please note restaurant hours and openings may vary due to the season.

Morning Meals

When preparing for a

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New Restaurants in Bryce Canyon Country

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Foodies visiting Bryce Canyon Country will love trying these new, delectable restaurants! Unique, local eateries will complete experience for visitors.

1. TANDOORI TAQUERIA

Looking for a satisfying meal after a long day of exploring Bryce Canyon Country? Experience a meal as unique as your adventure!

The Tandoori Taqueria is surprising local residents and world travelers with a blend of Indian delicacies—served traditionally over rice, or in a taco made from Naan oven-baked bread. The owners are locals of Panguitch, Utah, and have a passion

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Unique Eats in Bryce Canyon Country

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From Old West theme restaurants to organic eateries with a focus on sustainability, you won’t be disappointed on your culinary trek through Bryce Canyon Country. From cowboy-size portions and live country music to vegetarian dishes and dinner with a view, we’ve got you covered.

Diners enjoy the ambience of the Hell’s Backbone Grill in Boulder, Utah

Hell’s Backbone Grill is probably the most unexpected eatery you’ll find in Bryce Canyon Country.  Located in Boulder, one of the most remote towns

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Western Experiences in Bryce Canyon Country

Looking to wrangle up some authentic western fun? Saddle up and head to Bryce Canyon Country for down-home cookin’ and live country music, horseback riding, chuck wagons, dude ranches and more. For western hospitality with a view, Bryce Canyon Country has it all.

Dude Ranches and Chuck Wagons

A cowboy pushes his cattle to a new range.

The Wild West lives on in Bryce Canyon Country, so release your inner cowboy at a working cattle ranch in Escalante, or at the

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