At the Nations Table; This Cafe's a Far Sight, but Fan's Say It's Worth the Hike

It is certainly worth driving the twisting back roads of southern Utah to explore the vast wilderness of its national parks and monuments. But it sure seems a long way to go for a meal.

For the last couple of years, though, travelers have been following the breathtaking trail to Hell's Backbone Grill in this tiny canyon-land hamlet.

"Its the one-two punch," said Blake Spalding, one of the owners of the restaurant. "People come for the scenery and get this great food, or they come for the food and can enjoy the scenery too." Read more in The New York Times...

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Image @ www.hellsbackbonegrill.com