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My menu choice was not great, but I don't blame the restaurant for my choice.. A Chili Relleno served over pickled cabbage should have warned me to another choice. And, it was cold. Others in our party were very happy with thier food. Overpriced for...More
The view from the dining room is a million dollar view! We had a first class experience from the time we entered the restaurant until we left. We had steak and salmon. It was cooked perfectly and presented beautifully. When we are in the Bryce...More
We stumbled upon this restaurant while we were visiting Bryce Canyon and it was the most wonderful surprise! The quality of the food is on par with Michelin Star restaurants in New York and Chicago. Riley, who is one of the owners of the restaurant,...More
Location is fantastic and one of the best meals we’ve had in a very long time. The fillet steak with Worcestershire sauce was exceptional and cooked perfectly. The beet ravioli one of the best appetisers I can remember. Not cheap but for the quality of...More
Summary: Bad Table, Indifferent and hurried service, Uneven cuisine.
Arriving for our reservation on time we were shown to a room off the main dining area with 4 open tables. We were given a table for two and told the other tables were...More
We were surprised to find a small elegant restaurant in such a remote area. The decor was wonderful, the menu exceptional and the service was excellent. Their home-made Worcester sauce was amazing. I wish I could have purchased a quart of it. We arrived after...More
What a delight to find this gem of a restaurant in the Bryce area. Definitely try the steaks. We had the ribeye and tenderloin. Terrific flavor. Service was superb! Thanks Geni (I hope I have the name right). Also splurge for the homemade bread white...More
We were capping an end to our vacation to Bryce and Grand Canyon with a meal above the usual cheeseburger/fries and tried the Stone Hearth Grille based on so many positive reviews. We enjoyed our meal as the food was good, pleasant surroundings and friendly...More
Response from Richard H | Reviewed this property |
yes, it is very important to get a reservation. My wife and I were fortunate to get one for our party of two and while we were there another couple was turned away who did not have a reservation. It is a beautiful location... More
yes, it is very important to get a reservation. My wife and I were fortunate to get one for our party of two and while we were there another couple was turned away who did not have a reservation. It is a beautiful location and wonderful food and please get a reservation and enjoy the evening.
It's approximately 10 to 12 miles from Bryce Canyon Village (including the mile or so from the highway to the facility). Allow 20 to 30 minutes car travel time; we strongly recommend calling the front desk as you approach... More
It's approximately 10 to 12 miles from Bryce Canyon Village (including the mile or so from the highway to the facility). Allow 20 to 30 minutes car travel time; we strongly recommend calling the front desk as you approach Tropic.
The slight inconvenience of the trip is well worth it for the food and views. Ask formichael as your server: he's fantastic.