Even though Page is best known for its collection of nearby outdoor attractions—as well as its proximity to Grand Canyon National Park (2.5 hours to the southwest) and Zion National Park (two hours northwest, across the Utah state line)—it is also home to a variety of restaurants suitable for groups of all shapes and sizes. Many of these restaurants are even within walking distance of—or at the least just a short, easy drive away from—a fine selection of lodging accommodations.
Here you will find numerous restaurants serving several different kinds of cuisines. Prominent dining options available in Page include multiple different Mexican establishments, diners and taverns cooking up classic American favorites, and an acclaimed Texas-style BBQ joint. Whether you want to grab a quick breakfast before setting off to explore the greater Page area, an inexpensive lunch in the middle of a busy day, or just a relaxing dinner in the evening, you’ll find what you are looking for here.
Each one of these Page establishments is casual and family-friendly—even as many of them also offer up a fun atmosphere for adults looking to enjoy a local craft beer or specialty cocktail after a long day of adventuring. Several of the restaurants listed below accept reservations—which, while not necessary, are never a bad idea, particularly as Page’s food scene can get pretty lively on weekends, holidays, or during the peak periods of tourist season.
Here are some of the best dining options available in Page, listed in alphabetical order.
This popular BBQ joint is a Page-area institution, serving up acclaimed Texas-style barbeque favorites like beef briskets, pulled pork sandwiches, and smoked baby back ribs since 2006. Big John’s Texas Barbeque is located in a vintage gas station, giving its seating area a classic small-town diner vibe.
This small establishment sells classic American fare like burgers, wings, and wraps, along with many flavors of Hawaiian shave ice, all at reasonable prices. Open every day but Sunday for both lunch and dinner, it also has an attractive patio that has both covered seating and games perfect for families traveling with kids.
The Page-location of El Tapatio is a popular place with locals and visitors alike. Open for both lunch and dinner, this successful western U.S. chain serves a wide selection of authentic Mexican dishes from a massive menu that includes an assortment of classic taco, burrito, enchilada, and fajita entrees.
The Page location of this regional chain serves up huge portions of classic Mexican dishes in a colorful and family-friendly setting. The extensive menu is matched by a large drinks list. On a day when the weather is good, Fiesta Mexicana’s patio is a terrific place to have a meal.
This homey diner has been a local favorite in Page since it opened its doors for business in 1999. Here you can get a hearty breakfast or lunch at a reasonable price seven days a week. The staff is known for its friendliness, and the dining room is cozy and quirky.
Do not be fooled by State 48 Tavern’s name or location—just because it is located in a strip mall, and features “Tavern” in its name does not mean that it’s not an inviting, family-friendly spot to grab a quality meal. This local favorite serves up a fun mix of tacos, burgers, pastas, and more in an attractive setting.