It may be difficult to believe that a mere half century ago, the land beneath Page, Arizona and Lake Powell was a vast and bleak desert landscape. Carved out of the rocky terrain, Page sits atop Manson Mesa and overlooks the 186-mile long lake, the dramatic Glen Canyon Dam and the surrounding canyons, arches and historical Native ruins. A mild climate year-round makes Page the perfect central hub for visiting the Grand Circle sites, as well as the neighboring Navajo Nation, home to Window Rock.
Things to do in Page
4.5 based on 32 reviews
The Big Dipper is a part of Slackers restaurant and is located at a shopping centre on Elm Street. We visited and found the ice-cream to be good value for money.
We enjoyed double cups ($4) which were large servings and tasted good. Nothing outstanding but we liked the Black Cherry Vanilla and Mint Chocolate Chip. You can also enjoy malts, shakes and a few other snack options at The Big Dipper or give them a try for dessert after dining at The Slackers.
4.5 based on 392 reviews
We open for the season April 1, 2017. We are NOT your typical restaurant, as we only serve dinner from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM, with our Native American Dance Performance beginning at 8:30 PM. We serve local Navajo Indian Dinners and a yummy dessert. If you're thirsty, we also serve local craft beers, wine and cocktails! Enjoy live music during dinner, then be amazed by our World Champion Native American Dancers. A fun and friendly place for family and friends to spend the evening!
Enjoyable evening. Entertainment includes a guitarist and Navajo Dancers, young men who were excellent
Dinner was very good, had the steak sandwich with provolone cheese on Indian Fry Bread
Good choice of beers, although out of the 2 IPA’s this nite
Note, dinner includes a $16 surcharge for entertainment
4.5 based on 10 reviews
A coffee shop that provides local espresso, coffee, boba tea, and fresh made pastries. Located inside State 48 Tavern!
We drove thru a number of southwest NPs for about 10 days and missed a proper coffee in the morning. Espresso is not commonly available. Some places call it espresso, but it is not. I was so happy to come across this little wagon! They got it right - small, strong, proper coffee and apparently water. Espresso and Machiatto
fans - come. Kids like their jelly teas. The wagon is located on the parking lot outside Dam Mall, where some of the Antelope Canyon tours begin.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Big John's Texas BBQ is a family owned barbeque joint who brings a BIG taste of Texas to Arizona. We slow smoke our meats on wood for hours... You DO NOT need a reservation, just come on down!<br>Our restaurant is closed each winter for 2 months.
As good as it gets with pork, chicken, brisket, hot links, and baby back ribs. Sides of cole slaw, potato salad, and beans. If you can’t decide, just get the sampler. Popular spot but servers are efficient and even though there was a big line when we arrived, we were in and out in an hour. Great family-friendly place with buckets of peanuts on the tables.
4 based on 17 reviews
Lots of great flavors, and more toppings than you know (fresh fruits, candy bars, nuts, cookies & syrups) will be back.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Very good food and good service. The Margarita was outstanding and the chips/salsa and coleslaw brought to the table were delicious too. (Cole slaw at a Mex? Who knew it could be this good?!) They are expanding with a large outdoor area - try to sit outside if it's open.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Blue Wine and Tapas Bar is unlike anything else in Page. Our personal touch of customer service and quaint, sophisticated concept is the perfect place to spend your evening. We created this place to give you a warm, welcoming, and unrushed atmosphere. We have a full bar, wines from all over the world, craft beers, and elegant, delicious tapas. We will still be serving coffee in the evenings to help keep you warm, and we have a custom fireplace out front on out patio for everyone to enjoy. Our winter hours are Tuesday thru Saturday from 6pm until 11pm, but we are always up for serving later if you want to keep the good times going. We would like to thank all of our awesome locals for making it a regular hangout, and we would also like to thank all of our Trip Advisor reviewers for helping us reach the top. We'll definitely keep doing our best to serve you the way you were meant to be. Can't wait to see you in there!
This small bar is tucked away amongst the bigger restaurants just off the Main Street. It is a no frills type of place with a very simple menu of tapas at very reasonable prices. The place is run entirely by a young woman who serves the drinks and prepares the tapas which are delicious and very well presented. She is a very friendly girl with a good sense of humour.
You can order as few or as many tapas as you like and she delivers them to you one at a time or all together. We chose 6 different types and had them delivered one at a time together with a bottle of very reasonably priced and very tasty Pinot Grigio.
It was a very relaxed atmosphere and we took our time to enjoy the various dishes all of which were excellent. The meat and cheese board was my favourite but the meatballs were also really good.
All in all if you want to get away from the huge American portions served in the other restaurants at super speed then this is the bar to try. Sit back and relax and eat as much or as little as your mood takes you.
Great bar highly recommended.
4 based on 423 reviews
We found this place on Tripadvisor and we are very glad we did! Portions are large and the flavor was great. Its often hard to find a restaurant offering something a little unique for breakfast but this place has all the norms and adds a southwestern flavor as well! Service was fantastic and the kitchen staff did a terrific job. Its easy to see why this little "hole in the wall" is a local favorite.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Bonkers is one of the oldest buildings in Page. The decor is local artwork of the beautiful surrounding area. Owner operated with American and Italian cuisine, in a casual dining atmosphere.The restaurant is small and quaint.
We were looking for a well rated local restaurant and found Bonkers. The restaurant was busy but the staff was friendly and attentive. The problem wasn’t the staff, it was the food. It was terrible. I had a Cesar salad and carbonara pasta. No effort was made with the salad. Roughly torn lettuce leaves, a few croutons and a terrible dressing. This was followed by a horrendous carbonara. I am very easy to please when it comes to food but the bar was set so low here and it could have been much better with a little effort.
4 based on 438 reviews
State 48 Tavern is an eclectic, casual restaurant and tavern that will satisfy your hunger with creative, globally inspired cuisine. From Kimchi Rueben sandwiches, Jameson burgers smothered in Guinness cheese sauce to Korean BBQ tacos, we serve the most flavorful street food inspired plates in one lively spot. And with a global palate of beer, wine and cocktails, the bar at State 48 Tavern is one of the hottest late night destinations in Page, Lake Powell Arizona.
The coffeehouse is next door to Ace Hardware. It really isn’t advertised as a coffeehouse outside. It’s a restaurant/bar inside/coffeehouse. Staff were extremely friendly. Good coffee. Fun western decor. It looks like in warmer days they have outside tables.
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