Top things to do in Williams

Zoo in Williams


The ostensible main attraction here is the wildlife park – where visitors drive themselves slowly along a road that winds through 160 acres inhabited by roaming gray wolves, bison, bighorn sheep and black bears – bu…
Bar in Williams

Grand Canyon Winery

Grand Canyon Winery has excellent wines, produced with local grapes, and craft beer from its sister Historic Brewing Co, served by the mason glass or hefty portioned flight. It's a friendly low-key spot, with a hand…
Thai in Williams

Dara Thai Cafe

An unassuming spot tucked down a quiet side street, this is your only option for a lighter alternative to meat-heavy menus elsewhere in town. Despite its address, look for the front door along S 2nd St.
Diner in Williams

Grand Canyon Coffee & Café

Inside the Red Garter Inn, this cafe slings classic breakfasts, sandwiches and a smattering of Mexican and Asian dishes. The canyon burrito includes scrambled eggs and pork green chile, and there's a lovely brick pa…
Italian in Williams

Station 66 Italian Bistro

Housed in an old Route 66 gas station, with live music in the sidewalk cafe and rooftop dining. Wood-fire-pizza toppings include fresh mozzarella, artichoke and prosciutto, and the $22 Butcher's Board appetizer is b…
American in Williams

Pine Country Restaurant

There's a wide variety of offerings at this wholesome diner, from pork chops to taco salad, to keep everyone happy. And the prices are right. If nothing else, swing by for a slice of one of their 50 varieties of pie…
Bar in Williams

World Famous Sultana Bar

A slightly daunting local hangout, this 100-year-old bar is pretty darn cool, especially if you like the sort of place that's kitted out with deer skulls, stuffed mountain lions and crusty locals. It was a speakeasy…
American in Williams

Cruisers Café 66

Decorated with vintage gas pumps and old-fashioned Coke ads, this former Route 66 gas station is a fun place for kids. Expect barbecue fare such as burgers, spicy wings, pulled-pork sandwiches and mesquite-grilled r…
American in Williams

Red Raven Restaurant

The most upscale dining experience you'll find in Williams. There's a fair amount of meat on the menu (the lamb brochette with chimichurri and broiled rib eye are good) but pastas, salads and seafood also get a look…
Steak in Williams

Rod’s Steak House

The cow-shaped sign and menus spell things out – if you want steak and potatoes, this has been the place to come since 1946. A dark and old-school Route 66 classic with iceberg wedge salad and prime rib.