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I know that the National Parks need funds to survie however you would think that the contents of a sandwich for $ 7.50 would weigh more than two ounces. It hardly made a dent in the hunger pangs. Although the value was terribel a funny...More
Not much yogurt left in the store when we arrived after 8am one morning (March, not even the high season). That was ok, all I wanted was a good cup of coffee, which I was able to purchase. Convenient and easy to get in and...More
I can't tell why they renamed this "Fred Harvey Burger" - maybe an attempt to dodge all of the terrible reviews for the old name? I never ate there under the "Bright Angel Restaurant" name, but I'll assume it was exactly as mediocre as the...More
This is a smart bar where we were well looked after by Jake.
There is a good range fo drinks and my wife loved her Canyon Breeze cocktail and I had an Oak Creek Brown and it came to just over $15.
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We ate in the Fred Harvey Cafe because we had watched the movie the Harvey Girls with Judy Garland and Ray Bolder and wanted to continue learning about the history of the restaurants and the buildings. The food was good, ample, served well. Not much...More
We were seated rather quickly since there wasn't a line. We waited at the table watching servers walking around the room for about 15 minutes without any of them even acknowledging our presence. We didn't even have water to sip on, other than what we...More
You don't get a view when seated in the restaurant. But...the building is just on the walkway along the rim, so you will have a very good chance to admire the view on your way there and back (if you leave before it's too... More
You don't get a view when seated in the restaurant. But...the building is just on the walkway along the rim, so you will have a very good chance to admire the view on your way there and back (if you leave before it's too dark).