The restaurants in Bryce Canyon Country offer standard American fare, including steaks, seafood, salads, soups and sandwiches. One popular eatery in the area is the Bryce Canyon Restaurant, attached to Bryce Canyon Pines. Filled with antiques, the Bryce Canyon Restaurant is known for its selection of soups and pies, including its specialties, banana blueberry and banana strawberry. Rubys Inn offers two Western dining experiences, The Cowboys Buffet and Steak Room and Canyon Diner and Picadilly Pizza. Bryce Canyon Resort features a Mexican and American restaurant and a Subway. Fosters Steakhouse, offering prime rib, steaks, chicken and seafood dishes, is another favorite place to dine in the Bryce Canyon area. The bakery adjacent to Fosters Steakhouse offers breakfast to go and sack lunches for excursions into Bryce Canyon Country.
Most of the Bryce Canyon areas eateries are open year round. None of them require reservations. Except for the Subway at Bryce Canyon Resort, the areas restaurants are not part of any national chains, making each one of them a unique dining experience.