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Dinner, Drinks
Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Free off-street parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover, Buffet, Live Music
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Reviewed November 4, 2019

I'm kind of conflicted about this review, because what I was expecting to find at "Into the Grand" was not really what they were actually offering. Their website and other reviews focus on "dinner show," "Native American," "celebration of cultures," which sounded really cool, so...what I was expecting was an introduction to Navajo food and culture. Only it wasn't really. The experience was really all about the owner's wistful nostalgia for the days of rafting the Colorado River - which is completely fine, and lots of people probably like that sort of thing, but it wasn't what I was expecting, and isn't really what their own website implies. The food is totally rafting/camping food, and not at all "A Celebration of Cultures." En toto: pork, beef, chicken, beans, mashed potatoes, cornbread, spice cake. It would be really nice to have any kind of vegetable, but I guess that doesn't fit the theme. That being said, I really liked the pork and potatoes - the owner also boasted about how great his cornbread was, and yeah. he was right about that. Best cornbread I've had. Entertainment for the first hour plus was some guy singing Jimmy Buffet and Johnny Cash songs with a Jose Feliciano warble - again, not at all "A Celebration of Cultures" unless Parrotheads are a culture. To be fair, I imagine some people would really like this, but I thought it was boring, and my wife absolutely hated it. Next up was a Navajo storyteller, and this was exactly what I came for - he was really engaging, fun to listen to, super interesting. We had to miss the later dancing because it went on too late (we work up at 4:30 Eastern time that morning), and I really really wish they had been on earlier, because they were probably great too. Staff was a little pushy about having fun and staying late, which was offputting. Bottom line: I was pretty disappointed, because I was expecting something they're obviously not (a "something" that's strongly implied by their own website, I might add). However, if you know what you're getting, you might enjoy it. Or not.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed November 3, 2019

. Our Airbnb host suggested this dinner theater. The authentic Navajo entertainment was a highlight. Even though there was a small crowd they put on a great show of Native dances, music and stories. There was even a world famous hoop dancer. We are so...glad we had this experience. Food was homemade and tasty.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 29, 2019

I hadnt known what to expect but the family run business is certainly a welcome change from a regular restaurant. The food was hearty and tasty, plenty for everyone. The Native American Show was informative and interesting and the surroundings gave a relaxed feel to...the evening. Worth a visit! We also managed to buy lots of jewellery from the craft stalls too.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 18, 2019 via mobile

This was a great stop with a little bit of everything for entertainment. From the wall murals to the food to the entertainment..it was great. Very family friendly and everyone there was kind. there was a large foreign group there and during the native American...talk they ( about 20 of them) began to socialize, since they didn't understand what was being said. Athough that was quite disrespectful and rude on their part Hoss ( the owner) kindly dealt with it so the rest of us could enjoy the show. Great evening!!More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 8, 2019

If you're visiting Page and you're looking for something to do in the evening, you can't go wrong at "Into The Grand". This river rafting themed restaurant is built in the boat shed of one of the original rafting companies. We had a massive dinner...of pulled pork, sliced beef, BBQ beans, mashed potatoes w/ gravey and corn bread. Did I say it's a buffet? There's also a full bar if you're thirsty, with several microbrews available. There was live music with dinner, and Tribal Indian dancers to top off the night. There is lots of River Rafting memorabilia including a couple of boats and a real raft (40' long) that have been retired to the collection. they only seat once a night at 7, and you're out by 9:30More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 30, 2019

Food was delicious and the owner was very friendly. Dessert was put away before we had a chance to get some. When we went there were only about 12 guests but we still had a good time the music when we arrived was nice and...the children showing traditional dancing was good tooMore

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 17, 2019

We were greeted as we entered by the owner, who was very friendly. He took us to a table right by the stage, and told us about the meal choices. The food was delicious, you must have the cornbread, they will even share the recipe....We were entertained by live music while we had dinner. Native American dancers shared their history in forms of stories, dance, music, and chants. The performers were excellent, I loved little Owen and his grass dance, and the hoop dancer was amazing. I highly recommend attending this dinner and show. It was a very special evening, so much more than a dinner and so worth the price!More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 13, 2019

Arrived early for our 7 pm reservation. Booked online in advance with no issues. Group appears to be disorganized for opening of restaurant. Still setting up from music, tables, to food. Really? You are opened 7 days a week. Small parking lot onsite, majority is...street parking. Lineup to pay and greeted by owner. Grab a seat and then line up for buffet. Be aware, plastic glasses, plates, utensils. Food was average. Found bar prices on the high side, especially cocktails. Front end entertainment was two guys playing guitars and singing. Where's the hook!!!! Suggest they learn to tune their instruments and take a few vocal lessons. Piped in music would have been better than these two old farts. Highlight of evening, was the Native story telling and dancing. The children's performance was priceless. The regalia on dancers was amazing.. The lead dancer and his hoop performance alone was worth the price of admission. Lower rating due to initial entertainment and the food.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 24, 2019

I highly recommended Into the Grand for anyone interested in learning more about Native American culture through storytelling, music, and dance. This is not a super-slick production, but rather an extremely authentic show where local people share their culture. All of the performances were very...well done and the hoop dance was spectacular. The food is simple but delicious and hearty. The owner, Hoss, and his wife cook everything from scratch and there is an excellent vegetarian option (vegetarian chili, mashed potatoes, cornbread and cake). It was not at all crowded. Dinner was from 7-8pm and the show was from 8-9pm. We were in Page for several nights and this was by far our favorite way to spend an evening!More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 23, 2019 via mobile

A great dinnershow that gives you a wonderfull insight in the culture of the Native Americans. Don't be fooled by the looks of the food, beause you will have a great meal with lots of very tender meat.

Date of visit: August 2019
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