Ate dinner here after long, long ride from Grand Canyon. Had great reviews on TA so we gave it a shot. I thank my fellow reviewers. Very inventive and sophisticated menu given the decor and ambiance. And good value for the quality and amount of food. I had a spaghetti squash and goat cheese enchilada which was probably the best vegetarian dish I've ever eaten. I'm usually a chicken, beef or pork guy when it comes to enchiladas. Waitress was lackadaisical--not sure if inexperienced or just incapable but there was a general lack of concern and promptness. Had to ask for a lot of things like sweetener and cutlery that should have been part of the standard set. And most of the seating is outside on the concrete aprons of a former gas station. The pump bays are still clearly evident. But with million dollar views of the surrounding Zion peaks. Had a nice rock collection right next to our table with all IDed. An appreciated attraction. Well above average food in a quirky atmosphere. Very unique. Not too many restaurants that don't fit specific mold these days. I like this place and would highly recommend it.
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