All of the usual characters were in attendance.... the crusty old guy with the terrible voice, the hot drunk chicks who want to dance, the gay guy who the chicks love... and some of the not-so familiar attendees: such as the 2 and 4 year olds who together sand that Cheryl Crowe-Kid Rock Song. It was a good time and the people were very friendly.
Go anywhere downtown and there will be several spots to stop and eat and/or drink.
Just get on Lake Powell Blvd and you will be fine. Page has a population of 6,800 people so your choices are somewhat limited.
Dress Code: Most places are casual - call ahead if you want to verify a dress code. At the Dam Bar & Grille you can come as you are.
On a mid-week evening in late April this was the place where it was all happening. The local country band had them jiving on the dance floor, the dining areas were heaving, the smoking area a total fug. OK this is obviously geared for us tourists with its logpole cladding on the outside walls and the stetson-wearing barmaid, bottle-opener holstered but ready for action, but none the worse for that. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves and the atmosphere was great.
Service, despite the business, was both brisk and friendly and the complimantary popcorn for us barflies was more than welcome.
Dress Code: Western gear not out of place but any casual look seems to be au fait so long as it's not too scruffy.
The Bowl is a great place to spend an evening while in Page. Great food and snacks, along with live music on their outdoor patio. Of course there are ten lanes of bowling. We had a great time at this place. Also the prices are very reasonable.
Dress Code: Casual