4.5 based on 561 reviews
Enjoy the charm of a rustic, old trading post with exposed timber and beam ceilings, clay plastered cob walls, and Navajo and Anasazi inspired murals and floors. Antique lights and local art add to the warmth and romantic ambience of this distinctly western historic building. What started as a lovingly restored trading post with a coffee bar serving our celebrated European style espresso, has turned into a great little restaurant with award-winning wines, local draft beer, patio dining in spring and summer, and a warm wood stove in the winter. Our chef prepares the freshest foods with the most flavorful local ingredients. A cozy restaurant and gallery for friends to gather and enjoy sweeping views of canyon country, Comb Ridge is a unique Four Corners experience.
This is a very small, yet outstanding restaurant.
the food is delicious, the service is first rate and the atmosphere is one of downhome country cooking.
They open at 5.00pm for dinner, reservations are not taken, therefore be prepared for a packed parking lot and quite possibly a wait for a table. It is that good.
4 based on 647 reviews
The Cottonwood Steakhouse serves delicious, flame-grilled, USDA choice steaks. We also serve BBQ, chicken, fish and chops, as well as vegetarian selections. Dine indoors or outdoors in our courtyard under our beautiful cottonwood tree. Choose a craft beer or wine to complement your meal. Be sure to save room for dessert! We offer a selection of homemade pies made from heirloom recipes nightly.
We had great dinners here, all three of us happy with our picks and all coming with salad, beans, potatoes and carrots. I ordered my flap steak medium rare and sent it back twice for more cooking. It looked and tasted more like a New...MoreThank you for your review and for dining was us vvthanks also for the shoutout about January. She is terrific! Sorry it took us awhile to get your steak where you wanted it but glad you found it tasty. Thanks again!
4 based on 883 reviews
I had been here several years ago and went back because of previous good experience. The staff was friendly and the menu is interestin with some first nations offerings. The items we picked were delicious and their was no lacking in quantity - in fact...MoreHi BCbikeGuy, Thanks for the nice review. Glad your experiences with us have been consistently goog. We look forward to seeing you on your next trip to SE Utah.
4 based on 214 reviews
We serve freshly made dishes with a variety of options to meet everyone's requirements.
We had a very nice dinner here but we were dissapointed that we could not have wine with dinner. The food & service was very good.We are delighted you enjoyed your meal
3.5 based on 29 reviews
VERY plain and spare, but everything worked fine, it was clean, and a decent value of very few choices in Bluff during the winter off-season. Check-in/service is at the only store or fuel in town, across the parking lot. We were the only guests that night! Don't expect amenities or room service; but, for a clean, comfortable stay and a hot shower at a reasonable price, this one worked for us.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
The K&C Trading Post might be a slightly misleading name.It's more than that. First of all, it is attached to a gas station, or maybe vice versa - who can say, and then it is THE grocery store in town, also selling liquor, beer, wine as well as household paraphernalia. You can also buy fresh made pizza, hot, by the slice. Right in the main street on the south side of the road on the east side of the river, the place can't be missed.
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