We ate dinner here twice since we stayed at the motel and it was convenient since we often got back to the room late (enjoying sunset in Bryce Canyon nearby). Entrees we ordered were pretty ordinary (Denny's quality but a bit pricier due to being in a resort area) and we shared a pie each night since the servings were quite large. Coconut pie and blueberry banana were very good. We happened to arrive about 7:00 p.m. and it was CROWDED--had a 45 minute wait for a table. This was not a problem since we hadn't finished unpacking our car so that's what we did. When we returned, we got seated within 5 minutes since they had just passed our name. Due to the large crowd, they stayed open another hour (normally close at 9 p.m. this time of the year) so if you got seated by 9, they didn't rush you--appreciated that. Atmosphere was like a country diner and had emptied out a bit so was very relaxing. Ruby's Inn was full when we had driven by earlier with many tour buses out front so we didn't even attempt to go there. Since we had our cooler we ate yogurt, fruit, rolls and juice and didn't try the breakfast since we wanted to get out on the road early (tried for sunrise in the park) and they opened at 7 a.m.
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