Bryce Canyon Pines

Hwy 12 Mile Marker 10
Bryce, 84764
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Stayed in a king cabin and it was quite nice! Everything is a little older, this is not a luxury hotel, but very nice and although still close to the park, is away from the touristy area right outside the park entrance. The hotel restaurant is actually highly rated on yelp, we had a very nice, reasonably priced breakfast there. All in all, pleased with our stay.
Tent camped in early September 2015. Tent site were nice and reasonably spaced. Portable toilets were clean and not smelly. Staff was nice and late check in was no problem. Great location - 5-7 minute drive to Bryce Canyon. Downsides - right next to the highway, so lots of car noise. Campsite floor was all small sharp rocks, so would die without a sleeping pad. Showers and real bathrooms don't open until 7, so no running water available if you need it early or late.
It's a well decorated quiet restaurant near the Bryce Canyon national park. We stayed at the ruby inn and came here for breakfast. We got the omelettes and pancakes. The food was good and the service was fast. Would recommend this place to everyone, especially near the Bryce Canyon where the options are limited

(435) 834-5441

American (Traditional), Hotels

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Bryce Canyon Resort Restaurant

13700 E State Hwy 12
Bryce, 84764
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After a day of hiking in Zion my group and I arrived in Bryce around 8 in the evening. After unloading our stuff we were told we should go to Ruby's for dinner. For whatever reason, everything in Bryce closes at 9:30 pm and we were basically told that we would not be served (mind you this was at 9:28) unless we wanted to pay $28 bucks for day old buffet. No thanks. Hungry and tired, my pals and I went back to the restaurant of the resort that we were staying at. The decor was that of an old school country kitchen with cast iron pans on the wall, horseshoes and country music on the jukebox. The waiter welcomed us with open arms and even catered to the vegan in our group by ensuring that there were no animal products in her veggie meal. Even though my dinner wasn't that great, it hit the spot after a day of trail mix and Clif Bars. The next 2 mornings we made the Bryce Canyon Resort Restaurant our go to spot for breakfast. The 3 item omelette with potatoes and toast was great for only 8 bucks, and never was my coffee cup empty. If I'm ever in this part of Utah again, I would totally come back, maybe not for dinner, but definitely for some eggs and Kenny Chesney,
My "rib" (taste like beef) came out all dumped with a load of barbecue sauce. The mash potato was hard as Hoodoo of Bryce Canyon National Park (literally), & green beans were over stuffed. Overall my dish was cold. Besides, our poker-face waitress looked like she might be on crack or weed or something. I have no clue why many reviews said friendly? Warning to all:if you are reading this u might be eating a dish with horse hair already.
Had a great hike and wanted something to eat before the road back to Cedar City. So, we stopped in for a bite ... the ambiance is rustic cabin. The wait staff were pleasant and the food was pretty quick coming out. We had 4 adults and 3 kids so not waiting made the hungry kiddos happy. I had the Cowboy Burger and it was 3 of 5. My wife had the chicken taco salad and it was so very bland. That salad is a 2 of 5. My friend had the buffalo burger and he rates it as 2 of 5. Ok, the food is so so. But it's near the park, they have decent service. Is eat hear again as there's not a ton of choices out here, but I wouldn't go out of my way to stop in.

(435) 834-5100

American (Traditional)

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Ruby’s Inn Cowboy’s Buffet & Steak Room

1280 S. State Highway 63
Bryce, 84764
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(435) 834-5341

Steakhouses, Buffets

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