We've combed the West for the very best flavor experiences, all worthy of a culinary pilgrimage
Photo by Daniel Chavkin
People often buzz through Williams, Arizona, on the way to the Grand Canyon, but this charming small town is worth a linger—if not for Sycamore Canyon, its own geological standout with majestic vistas, then for a meal at Pine Country Restaurant. Go easy on the fried chicken and save room for pie, Pine Country’s real draw. The family-run restaurant offers more than 45 flavors every day, from classics like coconut cream, double chocolate, and cookies and cream to the signature Hawaiian Delight, a 6-inch-high slice packed with apples, peaches, coconut, pineapple, and walnuts. One bite and you’ll be sure you’ve discovered the eighth wonder of the world.