The restaurant, located on the same property as the San Juan Inn, is tucked in a corner right off the bridge. It was just by chance we saw the quick sign for it.
Lunch was very tasty - hubby had a soup that was more of a stew and was chocked full of beef chunks and vegetables and was served with a large portion of fry bread. I had a really good grilled cheese on 6 grain bread and a huge side salad. Total cost of the meal was well under $20. Service was fast and friendly and be sure to get a table in the lower level with a river view.
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