This place is the only one open all year. It is the only one that offers all three meals. It specializes in local tradition with a twist. So you can have a regular Navajo Taco, or you can have that as a breakfast sandwich.
We enjoyed our food, though the service was a little slow. Just sit back and enjoy the time with whoever you are with.
Directions: At the very north end of town. Hard to miss the Twin Rocks for which it is named.
- Road Trip
We ate here two nites and the food was very good. This is located right on main road thru Bluff and was real treat. We were here in late Oct and the evening were cool so we ate inside. I imagine sitting out on the deck in the evening would be really nice.
Favorite Dish: I had chicken one night and steak the next. The food is cooked outside on an open flame and was very tasty. The steak was one of the best I've had in UT. Highly recommended!
One of best "we do it all" restaurants I've been to. Open for breakfast right thru dinner. We had a few breakfasts here and one dinner. The food was very good, portions more than ample. More of a diner atmosphere than a fancy restaurant but who cares if the food is good.
See the website below for a picture. Pretty cool location!
Favorite Dish: Western Omelet for breakfast and a cheeseburger for dinner. Just basic food, done well!
Website: http://www.twinrockscafe.com/Add to your Trip Planner
This is the best place for breakfast or early lunch. Healthy foods, good coffee and a modern vibe. They also have local art for sale.
Directions: Across from Desert Rose Inn on the south of town. It may not be open in the winter???
- Road Trip