Looking for a place to eat on your Grand Canyon vacation?
Here are restaurants, breweries, and wine tastings in the Canyon region and greater Arizona.
The Grand Canyon Lodge's restaurant tries to stay as regional as possible both in the ingredients and the names of the dishes. Both the trout and beef are locally sourced.
In the heart of the Arizona desert you’ll find a vibrant farm-to-table dining scene, gorgeous green space and more in Gilbert.
Savor a Sunset Amber Ale at the new Grand Canyon Brewing Co. location. There’s a tasting room and restaurant with burgers, brats and pizza. Take a tour of the brewery.
The only lodging on the Grand Canyon's North Rim, the renowned Grand Canyon Lodge is located at Bright Angel Point.
A perfect place to enjoy a bowl of Hualapai stew while browsing the internet on their free wi-fi. Stop by after touring the Grand Canyon Skywalk.
What's for dinner? From fine dining to sack lunches, you may be surprised by the array of tasty options on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.
Dine in sophistication at the El Tovar Hotel just like Teddy Roosevelt did in 1906. Today, it remains a world-class destination with food to match the spectacular sandstone scenery.
Spread over several acres of Ponderosa Pine forest, with cafeteria, sports bar with a wide screen TV, curio shop, and a transportation/activities desk.
After a romp through some of Arizona's beautiful & bountiful farms & orchards, you'll have a whole new picture of the state that's home to Grand Canyon.
When you stay at the Yavapai Lodge in Grand Canyon National Park, you’ll be experiencing a piece of the park’s history, but you’ll also be actively participating in its future.