The Dam Bar And Grill was great if you are looking for a nice clean good dining experience.
I ate there last week and had a hamburger. There were a lot of other types of food on the menu to choose from like steak too.
The food was excellent. The service was great. The atmosphere was above average too. It is about 10 years old so it is fairly new and it looks it. Some Glen Canyon Dam pictures and other neat stuff there also. The beer was very cold and they had a nice bar. Very spacious. Out side is an area to sit and relax if you want to. I had to come back five days later because my rental Jeep had a flat tire west of Marble Canyon and Page was the only place I could get the tire fixed. The tire had to be replaced!
After the tire was put on the Jeep, I headed back to The Dam Bar and Grill. The food was as good as the time before. I mentioned the outside sitting area. A lot of people were out there and it was like 3 p m. This place even had a misting device so the customers could stay cool!
This restaurant is my kind of place. Good food, service and cold drinks. No wonder there were so many people there!
Favorite Dish: I just had the hamburger and it was great. They have nice wooden matches too!
I've eaten at Ken's many times and have never been disappointed. The atmosphere is authentic Old West ! Just Great.
Favorite Dish: Prime Rib Dinner, It's the tenderest I've experienced, Plus, spiced just right. For the price, You can't beat it anywhere.
Fiesta is probably the largest restaurant in Page, so there is usually not too much of a wait for dinner.
Waiters are great here--they'll greet you with anything from, "Hola, hola! Coca Cola?" to a more customary hello. When the seat you, they bring out chips and salsa--they do have a milder version, so if it's too hot, just ask for the mild. Drinks are refilled constantly, too, so don't worry about going thirsty after sucking down your first Pepsi.
The menu is pretty extensive: appetizers, vegetarian, beef, chicken, seafood, children's...anything you want, they probably have.
In the past, I have noticed that some dishes can be really, really greasy...you could see a pool of it on the bottom of your plate! But lately, I haven't noticed it as much. I think they noticed the problem and fixed it.
Finally, the atmosphere is nice--brightly colored Mexican decorations, big and comfy booths, and blessed cool relief from the deset heat!
Favorite Dish: Carne Asada Burrito--it's filled with tender, grilled steak. Yum!
Combo Appetizer--has nachos, quesadillas, and taquitos. This is definitely big enough for a meal.
This is a cute, little restaurant that has good pizza and pasta. There's an outdoor patio for more dining, but again, I emphasize the "SMALL" part of the restaurant. It's always jam-packed during tourist season.
They have pizzas, calzones, pasta, a great salad (onions, peppers, mushrooms, olives, and cheese on top), breadsticks (but they aren't very good), and that's about it.
Favorite Dish: There's a special for 1 slice of pizza (up to 2 toppings), salad and a drink for $5.99. That's a great deal! They have a good variety of toppings, too, so if you're more foo-foo, you can get your artichoke hearts and sun-dried tomatoes. :)
Yes, the big joke in town refers to Page's location next to the Glen Canyon Dam, so please don't be offended when you see things like, "Best Dam City in the West," or other cheesy signs. :)
The Dam Bar and Grill is probably Page's best restaurant. It's has all the appetizers people are used to, like wings and nachos. It also serves burgers, steaks, pasta, salads, and a nightly special. There's a really nice bar area with lots of tv's and a separate area for evening dining if you prefer to not sit in the bar.
In the summer (tourist season), it can get quite busy, so expect a wait and please be patient! Page is kind of a slow-paced, isolated town, so things don't run exactly like an Outback Steakhouse in Phoenix. That said, I think the service is pretty good and the waiters are all friendly and helpful.
If you order off the dinner menu, the plates come out garnished quite nicely, and you get a complimentary loaf of freshly baked bread.
Favorite Dish: My personal favorites:
1. Black and Blue burger (blue cheese...ask for some bacon on it, too!)
2. Coco-Loco steak fingers--this is an appetizer, but it comes out large enough for an entire meal. Think chicken fingers, but made of steak and served with a sweet chili sauce.
Lou and I rolled in here after traveling to Page from Zion. It was our first experience in this strip mall, but definitely not our last, everything we needed in Page seemed to be based out of this strip mall...MORE 2 COME
We were early for our tour group to Antelope, so we wandered down the strip mall to "Beans Gourmet Coffee" I had read some good reviews on this place (on VT of course) so we stopped to check it out. We each got a huge mug of coffee and a pastry. We leisurely sat and glanced at the funny papers while whiling away the time. Quite pleasant.
I also came racing back in here for a bottle of water after we did our 2nd hike to Horse Shoe Bend (which we realized we could squeeze in after spending a good 45 minutes over our coffee and still being left with another 45 before the tour) This visit was quite rushed as I was holding up the whole tour...too much time, to too little...story of my life
This place came highly recommended by business associates so we checked it out. Perhaps we just hit them on a bad night during the off season, but it was horrible! The waitress spent most of her time in front of the TV and the prime rib was tough and cold. Yuck! No thanks on this one!
If you like pizza, calzones, etc don't miss this place. They're usually pretty busy, but it's always been worth putting up with the crowd. They have a nice amount of outdoor covered deck seating as well as indoor seating. It's sad, but we eat here almost exclusively when we're in Page. Definitely a favorite for us!
Favorite Dish: We LOVE the Stombolli's Calzone. It is stuffed full of meats and cheeses and wrapped in a tasty crust. It's big enough for 2 and their salad is to die for as well.
The Butterfield Stage Company is a hotel restaurant across the street from the Quality Inn. When we walked in and realized an entire bus load of customers was there, we should have thought about going somewhere else...but then we ordered a few Coronas and we were stuck. Our waiter was busy with the hundred or so other people so we had a tough time getting good service. The meal was decent...we each had T-bone steaks with potato and salad, along with two Coronas. The salad bar was completely picked over by the time we got there and our salads were pretty bad. I think our bill was around $63, easily the most expensive meal of the entire two week trip!
All in all, we paid way too much for poor service and slightly above average food.
They had the most excellent coffee, fresh all the time and a large variety that we enjoyed trying each day we were in Page.
Favorite Dish: The hot chocolate made a real hit with Tal and even I forgoe my coffee to try it and was not disappointed.
The Calzones are awesome - not just in taste but also in size. It covers a 10 inch plate. Unless you have a huge appetite, you might want to share it.
Favorite Dish: The Calzones of course, but the pizza is also pretty awesome.
They serve steaks and homefries with all the fixings. It's a buffet so you get alot for $12.95.
Favorite Dish: The steak dish, it comes right off the grill there where you can see it cook and you never get a cold piece of meat.
If you love Italian dining this is the place...our Indoor & outdoor on terrace restaurant & pizzeria for the hungry families of the world.
Favorite Dish: The bottomess salad with the house dressing mmmmmm! But there are others N.Y. Pizza, Calzones among other. Great Dessers, Espresso for the coffee drinker, fine wines and 4 draft beers for the heavy drinkers.
Dam Bar & Grill - good food. The prices are not low, but the quality isn't either.
Ken's Old West - good for a beer or some food. A bit like Bob's Country Bunker from the movie Blues Brothers (both kinds of music: Country & Western Hiiiiha! ;-)
The atmosphere of the Dam Bar & Grill is a mixture between Sports Bar and fine dining.
Great place to sit outside and watch the sun go down and see the clouds in all varities of colors.
Ken's Old West is a bit like Bob's Country Bunker from the movie Blues Brothers. I am not a fan of Country & Western music, but it is okay and amusing for some hours and a beer ;-)
Favorite Dish: Steak - of course ;-)