Bright Angel Lodge
Commissioned by the Fred Harvey Company, designed by Mary Colter, and completed in 1935, the log-and-stone Bright Angel Lodge offered...
Like Mary Colter's other canyon buildings, Lookout Studio was modeled after stone dwellings of the Southwest Pueblo Native Americans....
In 1905 Ellsworth and Emery Kolb built a small photography studio on the edge of the rim, which has since been expanded and now holds a...
Bright Angel Lounge
The dark, windowless bar inside Bright Angel Lodge doesn't offer much character, but it's a cozy and friendly spot for a beer and...
Bright Angel Restaurant
With Uninspired, windowless surrounds, Bright Angel offers a standard menu of burgers, fajitas, salads and pasta. The original graphic...
Bright Angel Lodge, National Historic Landmark District · interesting places nearby
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Antler chandeliers hang from the ceiling and picture windows overlook the Rim Trail and canyon beyond. Try to get on the waitlist when doors open at 4.30pm, because by 4.40pm you may have an hour's wait – reservations are not accepted. Bison and black bean chile, oven-roasted squash and ribs with prickly pear barbecue give a Western vibe.
You can pick up a drink from the bar and take it outside to the small, informal deck and watch passersby on the Rim Trail while you wait, and they'll buzz you in when your table is ready.