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The restaurant serves a variety of dishes. They serve cultural (navajo tacos, lamb, etc), american, some italian (pasta) and mexican dishes. The atmosphere is pleasant and calm, decorated with native american pottery,. traditional rugs weaved from wool and oil paintings of the Navajo Nation. It's a 'must see' to experience the cultural aspects of our people.
Favorite Dish: Native American fried bread with mutton stew or ribs.
Written Jul 18, 2003
Prices are great, artwork is by Navajos (not imported from overseas), and the artists themselves benefit directly from sales.
What to buy: Navajo rugs, sandstone paintings, pottery, and other misc.
What to pay: The Navajo rugs are probably going to be the most costly. I believe an average size rug starts off around a couple of hundred dollars, and goes on up. The reason being is the time it takes to handweave, as well as a limited amount of artists who do this.
Written Oct 3, 2002
Address: Window Rock, AZ
The women are to wear traditional outfit simliar to this one my daughter is wearing. The hair is put in a Navajo hair bun wrapped with strings made out of wool. The jewelry consist of mainly silver, turquoise and coral. Other stones can be worn also. The style of clothing is like the one she is wearing. This is worn during special ceremonies such as the puberty ceremony, blessing ceremony, beauty way ceremony, just to name a few.
Updated Jul 18, 2003