Grand Canyon National Park guide

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Grand Canyon restaurants

Great breakfasts, home cooking, and Western fare

el tovar hotel dining room interior

El Tovar Hotel's dining room is the South Rim's class act, thanks to its setting and gourmet menu.

Courtesy of Xanterra Parks and Resort

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Arizona Room. In the Bright Angel Lodge, grilled specialties and a relaxed Western atmosphere. Xanterra Parks & Resorts;  or (888) 297-2757.

Bright Angel Restaurant. In Bright Angel Lodge, good for breakfast. Xanterra Parks & Resorts;  or (888) 297-2757.

El Tovar Dining Room. In the historic hotel, the South Rim's class act, thanks to its setting and gourmet menu. Dinner reservations recommended Xanterra Parks & Resorts; (928) 638-2631.

Maswik Cafeteria. At Maswik Lodge, no-frills fare. Xanterra Parks & Resorts;  or (888) 297-2757.


Williams, AZ

Pine Country Restaurant. Home cooking.  107 N. Grand Canyon Blvd.; (928) 635-9718.

Rod's Steak House. Classic Route 66 eatery, opened in 1946.  301 E. Route 66; (928) 635-2671.

Twisters Soda Fountain. Cute '50s-style cafe.  417 E. Route 66; (928) 635-0266.

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