You load up the car, get on the highway, and consume nothing but coffee until you’ve arrived. It’s the Great American Road Trip, and no place embodies the spirit of it quite like the Grand Canyon. The 277-mile-long, 6,093-foot-deep wonder isn’t just a destination, it’s the destination.
Visiting the Grand Canyon isn’t just as simple as looking at a map and going. You must first decide which rim: the bustling South Rim with its historic hotels and year-round entry? The remote North Rim with its otherworldly views and seasonal access? Or the touristy West Rim with its glass bridge hovering 4,000 feet above the canyon floor?
Once you decide where you’re going, here’s where you should eat when you get there.Read More