Brooklyn, New York
May 2, 2001
The cafeteria-style dining offers mostly Southwestern and Mexican specialties with a few local dishes, like Indian Taco and Fryebread. For breakfast, our guides recommended French toast. I was adventurous and ordered pancakes.
For dinner, the Indian Taco seems to be the best option for those who want a "taste" of what the Havasupai themselves enjoy. It’s basically a round loaf of fryebread topped with refried beans, shredded cheddar cheese, lettuce and tomato. It’s basic fare but filling enough to put you right to bed, especially after a long hike.
Other options include a variety of meats, burritos, and sides like French fries and macaroni salad. Walk up to the counter, place your order and enjoy your meal in the outdoor seating area while unleashed dogs wait patiently for any scraps of food or attention.
From journal Into the Earth