Service: ☆☆ ½
Bryce Canyon consists of stunning horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters carved from the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. The forces of erosion caused by the constant frosting and thawing of ice has caused the most unusual geological formation named “hoodoos” within this canyon
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is very rustic and charming. The restaurant offers surprisingly good food in a cozy environment. This restaurant is open year round and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner on a first come first serve basis.
There are quick buffet options available for breakfast and lunch – I would skip the buffets and order straight from the menu, which really offers satisfying choices. This Green Restaurant serves up an environmentally sustainable menu with regional specialties as well as organic and all natural food choices.
The meal I enjoyed the most was lunch where I had a simple yet really fresh and hearty sandwich that really hit the spot after a three-hour hike into the canyon.
The service is scatty but friendly and overall the ambience that pervades the entre lodge is a real winner.
Here is some of what we ate: