Located less than a mile from the south rim of the Grand Canyon, this casual dining venue is the perfect place to grab a quick bite, or relax after a long day of sightseeing. It’s among the most popular restaurants in the neighborhood for its breadth of selections and affordability. They offer everything from breakfast, lunch, and dinner, to pre-packaged snacks or meals to take along on a hike down the many surrounding trails.
Maswik Food Court Ambiance
Originally built in the 1960s modern style but updated to reflect a more contemporary southwestern aesthetic, Maswik Food Court is comfortable and welcoming. You’ll find exposed wood beams, stonework pillars, and quirky light fixtures with a bit of flair (for example, there are some lights made of triangular shapes and bits of metal).
Because the food is served cafeteria-style from a few different stations, seating is similar to what you’d find in a typical food court – open and plentiful. If you’re looking for something with table service, you’re better off hitting up the nearby Maswik Pizza Pub, a type of sports bar-like atmosphere serving up tasty fare. That said, the vibe here is casual and relaxed, so you’ll find a lot of families dining here on most days.
Maswik Food Court Food
Maswik offers various types of meals throughout the day during their generous operating hours, 6:00 am – 10:00 pm. In the mornings, you’ll find a selection of hot and cold breakfast items, plus the all-important endless coffee. You’ll even find healthy options like the egg white omelets and turkey sausage.
Later in the day, choose from several home-style lunch and dinner options, including burgers, deli sandwiches, and hot sandwiches as well. These food offerings are sorted into four different stations: sandwiches; hot food & sides; burgers & hot sandwiches; and pizza & pasta. Popular items include grilled cheese, pot pie, and sides like mac ‘n cheese and mashed potatoes.
Maswik Food Court Details
Like many of the restaurants in Grand Canyon Village, the dress code is casual. Food is first-come, first-served, and is very affordable compared to some of the other restaurants in the area – particularly the high-end ones. There aren’t any specials or alcoholic beverages served at this establishment, although again, the nearby Maswik Pizza Pub is a great option if that’s what you’re in the mood for.
Located near Maswik Lodge in Grand Canyon Village, Maswik Food Court is near a number of other hotels and attractions. It’s actually a bit back from the main path, but its affordability and popularity means that it won’t really ever be quiet during the busy season. Other things to do in the area include hiking the Bright Angel Trail, observing the canyon from Lookout Studio, shopping at the Kolb Studio & Park Store, and scoping out Hopi House.