Bryce Canyon City, sometimes shown as Bryce on maps, is a town in Garfield County, Utah, United States, adjacent to Bryce Canyon National Park. The town, formerly known as "Ruby's Inn", was officially incorporated on July 23, 2007 under a short-lived state law. The population was 198 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Bryce
3.5 based on 1 reviews
So we chose a different restaurant, but the wait was an hour for three people. We were to hungry after hiking The Narrows. So we ended up at this place because we seen it driving to the other restaurant. Service is really slow. The food was good. Get the trout it is do worth the money. Save room for dessert it a pie town.
Sorry no picture to hungry to snap one.
4 based on 1 reviews
We were the second couple waiting on the dinner list which the hostess sounded frantic to grasp. She turned several parties away by seeming to imply they were extremely busy and it could be a long wait. We waited roughly a half hour to be seated and there were empty tables visible. Not sure why everyone seemed in panic mode but we were served in that manner as well by our waiter. Service was really unimpressive and food was less than anything I've had in a diner. We each had fish and chips and were served two small pieces of fish and some over cooked fries. Plate was garnished with lettuce and tomatoes? Sadly there is this place or Ruby's.
3.5 based on 527 reviews
This dinner and show takes place in a barn-like building that seats 450 diners. It was full, which likely reflects the very limited dining choices in the area. The food was served cowboy style from a chow line. There were choices such as pulled pork, grilled salmon, steak and chicken but only one vegetarian option. This was portobello mushroom strips topped with a grated cheese sauce with spinach. The food was served unpleasantly cool. There were several sides such as beans, mash and biscuits. I ate the coleslaw side which was very good but overall I did not care for the food. The show was okay if you like country music. The musicians were hardworking and put on an adequate show, but it was rather hokey. This type of evening probably appeals to some, but poor food and so-so country music did not appeal to me.
4 based on 633 reviews
Open from 5 PM to 10 PM for Dinner. Reservations recommended especially for parties over 5 and between 7:00 PM and 8 :30 PM as this is our busiest time.
Dinner in Bryce Canyon Village is pretty much one choice, something that's part of or owned by Ruby (who owned our hotel). We were really looking for something more interesting and my bride found a link to a place on Trip Advisor called The Stone Hearth Grille in the nearby community of Tropic. We weren't sure what to expect since most of the food near Bryce itself is pretty much steaks and burgers and that's not us. So we set our GPS and drove the seven short miles to Tropic and after some fun searching (if you go, just know it's kind of off the beaten track) we found it and we are glad we did.
This has to be the only "interesting" food in the area. Kathleen had an awesome pork chop and I had some incredible mushroom risotto. Service was by the incomparable Tim who took excellent care of us. Best service in Utah up to that point. Be warned though, you do pay a premium for this great food. My thoughts were that we would keep the cost down in Bryce as we were out in the hinterlands but this dinner ended up being one of the most expensive of the trip. A split appetizer, two entrées, two cocktails, one glass of wine and a split dessert were in excess of $160 with tip but it was a great value as the food and service warranted the price.
4.5 based on 283 reviews
Located on Scenic Byway 12 in Tropic, the "back door to Bryce Canyon."
They have great “real” coffee and the homemade chocolates were a delight . Nice little stop on our way to and from Bryce Canyon
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Thank God for i.d.k. because we would have gone hungry staying in Tropic. Good bbq beef biscuit, chicken and (maybe Pork) served in 1/4 or 1/2 lb servings. This includes one side - slaw, potato salad or Mac & Cheese. No bread unless you want to pay an extra $. Drinks are available inside the hotel and mini mart at the Sinclair station. Seating is out doors at picnic tables. Bring your jacket, because it can be windy.
4 based on 1 reviews
Seasonal - Bryce Canyon Lodge is open April 1 - October 31.
We didn't eat here in the evening during our stay but breakfast was very enjoyable. Good quality and varied dishes on offer. Lovely decor, very well thought out, no matter where you are seated there is something interesting and decorative around you.
4 based on 832 reviews
Ate here both nights we were in Tropics as enjoyed so much first night, the pizzas were delicious. No starters for us just straight in for the pizza. Managed a dessert between us the 2nd night which was brownie goodness. Service was fast and staff polite. Was seated quickly both nights although it was busy.
3.5 based on 190 reviews
Close to Bryce and they open early. Can get a make to order sandwich and can even make it healthy. Sandwich is wrapped good and holds up well in backpack.
Service is fast and like that you can get what you want on sandwich. Lots of veggie toppings available and all were fresh.
5 based on 2 reviews
I took a chance stopping in at this pizza place just off of Rt.12 heading to Bryce. The sign says Roadrunner Pizza out front but the building says Pizza Barn. What a great surprise finding a true pizza maker with a genuine Italian style (perhaps coal fire) oven to bake his creations. Plenty of imaginative choices along with the standard toppings. Ingredients were excellent and fresh as good as most any New York pizzaria. You can dine in the informal setting or take out. This was like finding gold next to eating at boring Subway.
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