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Where to eat in Page and Williams AZ?

professor shorthair Aug 27, 2007 01:58 PM

I will be touring the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. I will be staying in Williams AZ and Page AZ.
What are my best options in any price category or type of food?

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    tearly RE: professor shorthair Aug 27, 2007 05:35 PM

    Just drive down the main street & you'll see many many places in Williams. The Route 66 Cafe is fairly good, the Sultana Bar has a new restaurant that opened last year (only open for dinner) and the prime rib was fairly good there.
    There's a great breakfast place in Williams but for the life of me I can't remember the name. Right off the main drag in town, very quaint with the "Country" look. It had the best breakfast & lunch menu that I've had in years.

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      rebnnix RE: tearly Sep 10, 2007 03:32 PM

      Ol' Smokey's? They used to have fresh home made bread (different varities) that made for great toast. Might still, I just haven't been up there lately. Anyone know?

    2. AlFerris RE: professor shorthair Sep 2, 2007 08:29 AM

      Page is not a very "chowish" place, but you can get decent food at the Dam Bar and Grill. RD's Drive In is also a Page institution--kind of a local A&W. I think I ate at Zapata's Mexican last time I was there, and that was okay too. Most eating places in Page are bars or fast food.

      Enjoy your trip!

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        ciaogal RE: AlFerris Sep 2, 2007 09:39 AM

        I have heard that the Rainbow room @ the Wahweap Lodge/Lake Powell Resort has spectaular views...can't vouch for the food.

        Lake Powell Resort & Marinas
        Lakeshore Dr, AZ 86036, USA, Lakeshore Dr, AZ 86036

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          DebitNM RE: ciaogal Sep 3, 2007 07:33 AM

          We ate at Rainbow room a few weeks back. It had wonderful views and the food was very good and without of this world prices. We also had breakfast there and it was also very good.

          Another neat place to eat is at the floating marina/restaurant at Anteloupe Point Marine called : Ja' di' To'oh, Eating there at sunset was marvelous. It is a new place, a bit tricky to find but worth it. Had melt in your mouth prime ribs. Prices was not out of sight either.


          Hope this helps..

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            ciaogal RE: DebitNM Sep 3, 2007 08:48 AM


            The menu looks interesting...!

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              DebitNM RE: ciaogal Sep 3, 2007 11:38 AM

              Hubby had halibut and it was delish! Hard to believe you could have such good fish so far from water. I had southwestern chicken which was excellent. The menu was far more interesting and extensive than what is on that link.


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        professor shorthair RE: professor shorthair Sep 2, 2007 03:23 PM

        Thanks for the tips. I think I have to eat at the RT 66 Cafe just because of the name. RD's sounds perfect.

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