When lodging near the Grand Canyon and Lake Powell at the Cameron Trading Post hotel lodge, the cuisine offered within our dining room is not to be missed! In addition to the shopping, the fine hotel rooms, and the beautiful gardens, the food and atmosphere of the Cameron dining room is yet another wonderful highlight. Whether enjoying your vacation in the Southwest near the Grand Canyon or dining locally, you are sure to enjoy your experience!
The Cameron dining room is a generous expanse dominated by its large stone fireplace flanked by tall picture windows. The vast ceiling of pressed tin presides over diners as they enjoy their meals and the view of the Little Colorado River Gorge. Native American weavings, basketry, carvings, and Southwestern art are displayed along the walls between the antique cabinetry and stained glass that once served as an apothecary nearly a century ago. Our restaurant, surrounded by history and decorated with an array of Native American Indian art, is the perfect setting for a family lunch or a group get together. Join us seven days a week between 6:00AM and 9:30PM during the summer or between 7:00AM and 9:00PM during the winter months. For more information on event, group, or tour dining, please call us at (800) 338-7385 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The menu at Cameron Trading Post’s restaurant is a pleasant mingling of American, Mexican, and local cuisine. While you will find all your traditional favorites, you can also enjoy a more adventurous culinary experience. Our famous Navajo taco for instance, served breakfast lunch, and dinner. Navajo “fry bread”, a fresh, springy bread that is patted flat and deep fried to a golden brown, smothered with a spicy combination of ground beef and beans, and topped with chopped green chile, fresh lettuce and tomato, and tangy cheddar cheese. Without a doubt our most popular meal.