An adobe gallery and cafe with standout single-pour coffee, blue-corn pancakes and breakfast sandwiches loaded with peppers and eggs. Dinner includes pasture-raised beef in the form of homemade meatloaf or whiskey b…
Salad, steak and beans are big on the menu at this Wild West venue with an outdoor grill (closed in windy conditions). For small appetites, it's worth splitting a plate.
Meaning ‘deserted valley’ in Ute language, Hovenweep is a remote area of former Ancestral Puebloan settlements straddling the Colorado–Utah border that was once home to a large population before drought forced peopl…
Locals flock here for fry bread (deep-fried dough) as a breakfast sandwich, a Navajo taco at lunch or accompanying stew with dinner. Has good service and vegetarian options. Beer is also served.
The closest store to Hovenweep National Monument is the Hatch Trading Post, an atmospheric white-brick building that sells a few sundries and some Native American crafts.
On BLM land 3 miles west of Bluff, these freely accessible petroglyphs were created between 800 and 2500 years ago. The nearby campground boat launch is the starting point for San Juan River adventures.
Descendants of the original pioneers have re-created the original log cabin settlement near the few remaining historic buildings in Bluff.