|Above, the Bryce Canyon National Park Lodge. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
One of joys of travel is finding new, interesting and hopefully good places to eat.
Eater Las Vegas (or is that Las Vegas Eater?) has a list of places where to dine near Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah.
They begin with:
Drive 260 miles to the northeast into Utah for the breathtaking beauty of Bryce Canyon National Park. That name is a misnomer; instead of a canyon, the star here is a giant natural amphitheater formed by erosion along the eastern side of the Paunsaugunt Plateau. Crimson-colored hoodoos, those spire-shaped rock formations, are perfect at sunrise and sunset. In between hiking and setting up the best photos, hunger sets in. Here’s a look at some of the restaurants near the entrance to Bryce Canyon, where visitors can get a caffeine fix, chow down on steaks or grab a fun cowboy experience filled with country music. Restaurants are arranged from west to east.
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