The offer is not valid with the Interagency Annual Pass. If you are a holder of an Access Pass or Senior Pass (formerly known as Golden Access or Golden Age passes) you can receive a 50% discount off of established standard rates at Bridge Bay, Canyon, Grant and Madison Campgrounds. The offer is not valid for Fishing Bridge RV Park. You must show your pass at check-in to receive the discount on your site only. Otherwise you will be charged the prevailing standard rate. For more information about Interagency passes, please visit this page on the NPS website.
PLEASE NOTE:Menu pricing is subject to change without notice.
Need a ride before or after your meal? We have a 24-hour taxi service available for use within the village. Call 928-638-2822 or dial ext. 6563 from any lodge room/cabin or house phone.
El Tovar Dining Room is a classic, fine dining experience. While jackets are not required, please use discretion to dress appropriately (shorts and flip flops discouraged).
Located in the historic El Tovar
Gourmet dining in an atmosphere of historic and casual elegance describes this world-class dining experience. Located in the historic El Tovar Hotel, this celebrated and majestic Dining Room is constructed of native stone and Oregon pine. The murals on the walls reflect the customs of four Native American Tribes – the Hopi, the Apache, the Mojave and the Navajo. The ambiance is rustic but classic and traditional. You can imagine the countless number of intriguing characters that have dined here in the past. Guests such as Teddy Roosevelt, President Bill Clinton, and Sir Paul McCartney have dined and shared stories within these walls. The menu is traditional, integrating both international and local Southwest influences. Signature items such as the Prime Rib Hash at Breakfast or the Salmon Tostada at Dinner have graced the menu for decades and become true classics. The Service Staff for the El Tovar Dining Room are consummate professionals; many have been with the restaurant for over 20 years. The El Tovar Dining Room is considered the premier dining establishment at the Grand Canyon and is recognized internationally.
El Tovar Lounge
The Lounge welcomes guests into a warm and relaxing environment. This inviting and rustic room displays paintings of the canyon created by local artists. The small veranda directly outside of the lounge has spectacular views, famous for enjoying the Arizona sunsets. Guests can enjoy a light meal and cool beverage while planning their next activity. The limited menu features canyon specialties such as the Mozzarella Roulade and Crab-cake Sliders. You must be 21 years of age – Legal ID is required.
The El Tovar Dining Room wine list features 100 varieties of wine produced from prominent domestic wineries. The list features many wines from the emerging Arizona wine industry as well as varietals from California, Oregon, and Washington. Over 70% of our winemakers utilize organic and sustainable farming practices. The El Tovar Wine List has received the Award of Excellence 4 years running from Wine Spectator Magazine.
Join us on the El Tovar Lounge Veranda or in the Dining Room where our trained staff will assist you in selecting the perfect glass of wine to compliment your meal, creating memories of a lifetime.
Holiday Hours / Private Functions
Christmas Day – The dining room will open early for dinner at 4:00 pm, serving until 10:00 pm. A special menu including traditional Christmas dinner items will be served. Reservations accepted for El Tovar guests only; other overnight guests will be served on a first come, first served basis.
New Year’s Eve – The Dining Room will be open until 10:30pm, and offer a fixed menu (see above). Reservations are accepted.
Dining Room Closures for Private Functions:
December 8, 2018 (dinner only) — The Grand Canyon Rotary Club will be hosting their Holiday Dinner Dance. This is a ticketed event, and tickets may be purchased at the door. This function includes live music until 12:00 a.m. that can be heard throughout the hotel.
January 10, 2019 (dinner only)