GRAND CANYON TOUR GUIDE - Spring/Summer 2017

 


You gotta eat...


From the Grand Canyon Tour Guide print publication

Doc Holiday's Steakhouse
Doc Holiday's Steakhouse

When it comes to dining options, Williams, Ariz. does not fall short on flavor.

Dining options

Submarine sandwiches are on the menu at Big Town Hero.

Red Raven serves lunch and dinner in a casual-fine dining setting. Freshly prepared entrees include, fish, salads, pasta and steaks. The restaurant offers a wide selection of fine wines.

Dine in an authentic 1930s filling station on Route 66 at Cruiser’s Café 66. Cruiser’s offers steaks, burgers, salads, seafood, pasta and vegetarian dishes in addition to nightly music. Enjoy locally brewed beer at Cruiser’s, created at Grand Canyon Brewery next door.

Are you craving an ice-cold, sweet treat? A visit to Dairy Queen is a must. The menu offers an extensive amount of items including charbroiled hamburgers, fries, onion rings, Mexican food, corn dogs and much more. Milkshakes, ice cream cones, blizzards and sundaes are just a few treats offered to complement your meal.

Looking for something spicy? Head over to Dara Thai for fantastic curries, noodles and chicken satay. A wide variety of vegetarian options are among the restaurant’s offerings as well.

Doc Holliday’s welcomes families with an exciting children’s menu and live, family entertainment. The crew at Doc’s serves charbroiled steaks, pork chops, barbecue ribs, chicken and seafood along with homemade soups and creative salads. Doc’s also boasts a full service bar.

Looking for breakfast? For dinner? Then head on over to Jeff’s Place at Goldie’s Diner. Along with breakfast, the eatery features steaks, burgers, sandwiches and more.

Grand Canyon Coffee & Cafe serves up fantastic Mexican and Asian cuisine on Route 66 in downtown Williams.

Where can you find Greek, Italian and American cuisine all under one roof? Jessica’s Restaurant serves steaks, chops, pasta, chicken and gyros along Route 66. Enjoy beer and wine with your meal, and don’t forget that breakfasts specials are offered daily.

New to Williams this summer, Kicks on Route 66 is a bar and grill serving lunch and dinner along with Sunday brunch. With a wide variety of options on the menu, everything is made in house and locally sourced.

Dig in to a hearty meal in the cowboy tradition at the Wild West Junction. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner the Junction offers two restaurants to choose from: the Branding Iron Restaurant & Steakhouse and the Longhorn Saloon.

Pancho McGillicuddy’s — Williams’ oldest Mexican restaurant — provides patrons the opportunity to dine in an 1890s cantina in the heart of Williams’ historic district. Panchos offers a large selection of Southwestern and American cuisine, a children’s menu, live music and patio dining.

Pine Country Restaurant serves home-style cooking for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also a gift shop, Pine Country is best known for its homemade pies created onsite daily. In addition to homemade pies, the menu offers a wide range of food and gourmet coffee.

Ranked in the top 25 best restaurants in Arizona, Rod’s Steak House offers much more than just mouth watering steak. The establishment has remained true to its original 1946 design and theme, making it an iconic figure of Route 66 for generations of travelers.

Station 66 Italian Bistro offers a fine Italian dining experience, serving artisan pizzas, pastas, salads and other plates lovingly prepared in the Neapolitan style. Enjoy beautiful views of Route 66 from the upstairs patio.

Enjoy a casual family dining experience at the Western View Steakhouse, located in the Best Western Plus Inn of Williams. Nestled in the pines at the base of Bill Williams Mountain, enjoy steaks, lamb, ribs and other delicious choices from the varied menu while taking in the view from the gracious dining room. The restaurant features seasonal entertainment and a wide range of beers, wines and cocktails from the Kachina Lounge.