Reviews of Into the Grand (Restaurant)

148 6th Ave, Page, AZ 86040, United States

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Emily Cowles

This is a must do for anyone staying in Page or traveling through the area! The food was amazing; you will not leave hungry! The drinks were cheap and the staff is super nice and friendly. The history behind the place is so interesting and the performance was spectacular. I highly recommend!!!

Pam Thompson

This attraction was suggested to me by a couple while I was visiting the Grand Canyon. I’m so glad I veered off my route to enjoy the show. Dinner was ok. They served shredded beef and pork, and huge portions of bone in baked chicken. The mashed potatoes and gray were eh, tasted boxed. They also had baked beans, cornbread, lemon bars and spice cake. Hot and cold tea, coffee and water came with the price. You can pay extra for alcoholic beverages. The show was the highlight. The owner gave us a bio on his family’s background in the Page community. There was a guest Navajo speaker, Wally Brown. He was great at giving a history lesson on Native Americans. I was surprised and refreshed by his stance on the “white man”. He is very pro America. The performers were top notch. The were drums, singing, dancing, and a world champion Hoop dancer. This show will not disappoint.

Chris Blevins

If you are looking for somthing completely different for a night out and dinner you will enjoy this place it's got awesome food and they put on authentic native American dance and music with kids from 5 yrs old to older teens basically a show with dinner! My wife and I went there for our anniversary and it was wonderful was 1 of the best anniversaries we have had in long time!!! Oh and the staff is wonderful and super friendly!!

Monica

If you are in Page, you should go. My boyfriend and I went after a day of exploring, so we had big appetites, and as soon as we sat down we had tortilla chips and really tasty homemade salsa. While we snacked on that a musician sang and played guitar (at perfect volume, not too loud like many restaurants). Food came, I ordered the pork carnitas which came with slaw, mashed potatoes and corn. Boyfriend got the brisket which also came with mashed potatoes and corn. Both were very good, but I would recommend the pork. Also came with traditional Navajo fry bread which we loved. We also shared the beer sampler and were happy with the range of local beers, it was well priced and came in a good serving size. Haus (the owner) came around to tables to chat with us, he is very passionate about the place and cares about the guests. He introduced Joseph and the native dancers who performed dances from a few different tribes, and Joseph talked about the misconceptions people have of Native Americans. He had a great sense of humor and it didn’t come off as preachy, it was just informative. Would definitely go again, was all around very happy.

Hameed Chughtai

They are usually closed Mid Dec to March, call before going.

Marco van Veen

We have been there during our trip throug Page. This place was great. Really nice owner. The food was extremely good. Nice to taste the authentic food. The entertainment was good. Being there made us feel we were welcom. We would definatly go again when we are in Page. greetz Marco van Veen from the Netherlands

Anthony Dubois

Nice moment! We felt very welcome!

Ancestral Native

Great place! highly recommended!! A Must if you're coming through page AZ!

Gem-Liz Jam

Fantastic experience. A beautiful night out in Page

Cindy Osborne

Not exactly what i was expecting but loved it as did our whole group. Keep an open mind and just enjoy yourself. It is really a fun evening.

Denice Putland

Amazing evening! Wonderful Native American frybread taco! Awesome entertainment!! Be sure and go when you visit Lake Powell/Page!

Emily Cowles

This is a must do for anyone staying in Page or traveling through the area! The food was amazing; you will not leave hungry! The drinks were cheap and the staff is super nice and friendly. The history behind the place is so interesting and the performance was spectacular. I highly recommend!!!

Jan Kurtz

Nice local flavor, entertainment

Douglas S

Into the grand is a fantastic expierence and is the best option for a dinner in page. The owner/host was extremely hospitable and friendly. Id give the food a 8-9/10. My girlfriend and I ordered the navajo taco and the half chicken. The navajo taco was ok but the half chicken was amazing. The mashed potatoes that came with the half chicken were the best Id ever gotten in a restaurant. They had a small selection of local craft beer too. The true kicker was the Navajo dancers at the end. Truly spectacular and being so close to the Navajo native American reserve I was craving for some way to expierence the ancient culture. The dancing show alone was worth the total price for the meal and drinks. Tomas, the head of the show was charming, knowledgeable and extremely talented. After the show I did some research on native american hoop dancing and he is a top knotch, world class performer. The dancing alone justifies a 5 star rating for this night.

Pam Thompson

This attraction was suggested to me by a couple while I was visiting the Grand Canyon. I’m so glad I veered off my route to enjoy the show. Dinner was ok. They served shredded beef and pork, and huge portions of bone in baked chicken. The mashed potatoes and gray were eh, tasted boxed. They also had baked beans, cornbread, lemon bars and spice cake. Hot and cold tea, coffee and water came with the price. You can pay extra for alcoholic beverages. The show was the highlight. The owner gave us a bio on his family’s background in the Page community. There was a guest Navajo speaker, Wally Brown. He was great at giving a history lesson on Native Americans. I was surprised and refreshed by his stance on the “white man”. He is very pro America. The performers were top notch. The were drums, singing, dancing, and a world champion Hoop dancer. This show will not disappoint.

Julie Bosak

It's not too often you meet passionate people who put love into what they do. The owner's panache and dedication creates a really unique experience that I think everyone should try. The food was pretty bad, the drinks were pretty good, but the night was incredible.

Kristi Gutierrez

What an amazing experience and food!

Emily Bagley

The mural painted walls and grand canyon River rafting theme was unique and very enjoyable. The Dutch oven style food was hearty and delicious! Super tender beef roast, mashed potatoes, barbeque baked beans, chunky applesauce and spice cake were just what I needed for dinner. The entertainment and ambiance were my favorite part. An acoustic guitar player with a smooth and beautiful voice performed while we ate and the native American dancing that followed was amazing! Such a great experience!

Susy Chapstick

Enjoyed the entertainment, the food was fairly good, nothing fancy. You go there for the entertainment not the food. Owner spent too much time chatting however he was very friendly and so was the staff.

Markus Nunn

We did read about this restaurant and decided to make a reservation. We were warmly welcome by the host with a handshaking. The food was really great and the show was brillant. It felt a little bit as you are currently a part of the Navajo. I highly recommand this restaurant! Don't forget to make a reservation!

Sue Leibert

What a fun evening... good food and service and GREAT entertainment. Very fun!

Jenny Wells

Great food and entertainment!

Valerie Gonzalez

This was an awesome evening. The history, the culture, the show and food were great. Definitely and highly recommend if your coming to Page, Arizona....

Jon Watson

Pretty horrible food.

Oradee Musik

Great show

Vincent Battiata

Amazing Place HOSS!!! Incredible experience! This is a must go to if you are here in Page, AZ. The Navajo Dancing... Just WOW! All the culture from your families partake in the rafting to the Navajo culture is just truly amazing in your place! Thank you!!

Nihan Kara

Very polite owner, great attitude! Great food and entertainment. A must visit!

luca Stock

Great food! Take the pulled pork, it’s excellent. Moreover we had the chance to see a nativ American dance show, which was quite impressive. If you get the chance to participate to the show take it - you won’t regret it. Thank you Horst (owner) and the whole team for the nice dinner.

Bryan Taylor

Great food and chips! I had the pork carnitas and lavender lemonade. It was really tasty! Entertainment is awesome. Met the owner. He was very friendly and came by and checked on us while we were eating.

Matthew Gudenius

Chose this place after seeing the ad on my Antelope Canyon email — we love Navajo frybread and, between seeing that on the menu and the described dance show (a chance for some evening entertainment in Page), it sounded like a good deal for the price. So I was a little bummed when we showed up and it was a barbecue dinner (beef, pork, chicken, cornbread, beans — no frybread or tacos), but that feeling quickly dissipated because it was a substantial portion of very tasty food, and they had a great selection of beers, as well. And the entertainment was good... the pre-show singer/guitarist had a good sound to listen to while eating, and then the main show was quite impressive, featuring very interesting stories by Navajo oral historian Wally Brown, then a variety of native music and dances featuring the talented Joseph Secody. Totally the place to go for your first or only night in Page! (Maybe unless you are vegetarian... we saw one Indian family come in and walk out, presumably for that reason...)

tal malachovsky

Food was simple, but on point deliciousness. The owner is a charismatic dude that gives you a "license to chill", which was gimmicky at first, but very authentic once you see what its all about. Very cool entertainment too. Legit, food was really, really good.

anna frieberg

revommended

Bobs Musicband

Great food and an amazing cultural education. Highly recommended.

Sylvia Ramirez

Loved it, and so did my guest's

Rob Stewart

AWESOME! Highly recommend!

Regina Overfeld

Great experience, nice meal and lots of Entertainment

Tsachy Shacham

This is the local must-visit tourist trap: a combination dinner and a show. The show is cheesy but fun, and the food is cheap, basic, and limited. Don't expect any decent vegetarian options. Overall it's a very hospitable place and if you set your expectations low for the food, you won't be disappointed.

Pow Pow

The Navajo performers were great, though the food was nothing like advertised; no Navajo Tacos were served. It was a very basic BBQ, limited, with canned beans. Also, not buffet style, at all. Read between the lines of what is presented on the website. I felt like this was a tourist trap, and that the young performers are not seeing much of the $40 price tag.

William K

So this place... Is interesting. First of all its a $28 set meal with a free show. Food is pretty tasty but tasted like mexican food except for the fluffy fried bread. I personally like the strawberry chicken. Portion is yugeee and comes with an ok dessert. Night starts with a singer which was decent, and performance of the traditional dances, which is interesting but kinda meh..until the end when Joseph Secody did a very awesome performance. Is it worth 28 bucks? Ehhh on the fence about it. If you have a spare 28 bucks do it. If you're on a budget, maybe not.

Boon Hoe Chin

Stopped by here for dinner on our way to Antelope Canyon. Was pleasantly surprised with the hospitality of the staff, the decency of the food and the historically rich of the restaurant. It was an old white water rafting warehouse converted into a restaurant that serves up Arizonan / American food in addition to live music and Native American culture. A must visit when you’re in town.

Jason Claiborne

This is something you should do if you are in the area. The price is fair and the show is great. I love seeing the preservation of heritage and explanations of it by the younger generations. The owner greets you and is super nice, and has a great history of the area in his family. Food is good Chicken breast or Navajo taco a winner. I had the Philly cheese was nice but hard to eat cause it was cut in half.

Shelley Battistoni

Do not miss this treasure. Food great..entertainment great...hist and owner super personable

Brian Kovach

This was such an amazing experience. The food was so good, awesome music while you eat, and the dancers after dinner were way more than I could have ever expected. Make sure to make reservations so you get a table.

Amy Jones

This was such a fun evening! The food was delicious and the entertainment was fantastic.

Alex Joaquim

Amazing cultural experience, it was so facinating to watch the dances and the music along with some storytelling. All the workers are very professional and do an amazing job at creating a great atmosphere for everyone. The food was also excellent some of the best food in the area. Well worth the price and what an unforgettable experience. Thank you to all who helped and worked to provide an exciting night for all.

Gaspard Gaming

Good food, nice dance

grant hubbard

Food was great! Had the Ribeye Navajo Taco and it was out of this world! Host was great and friendly. The Hoop dancers were incredible!

Zin Mon Thet

Pretty Unique experience with great Native American dance show. They give us free desserts at the end of the meal. Owner was very friendly and passionate.

Nick Marsh

Totally amazing! If you have the opportunity to attend you should.

Dan Blumel

Very entertaining, but the final cost is a bit surprising.

Kate Toderishena

Delicious dinner and an amazing Native American dance show! The dinner is buffet style: pulled pork, pulled beef, chicken with lots of sides, cornbread and cake. Definitely a highlight of our stay in Arizona.

Arthur Schaffer

Turns out this is a dinner and a show. Nowhere on this Google listing or when we showed up to the place did it indicate there was a show too. Maybe lack of research on our part. We also didn't see the prices anywhere until we sat down to eat. It's $28 per adult for a taco and dessert. Other sides and alcoholic drinks were available as well. The food was underwhelming. The fry bread was soggy and undercooked. The traditional variation was simply fry bread with canned chili (I'm pretty sure) on top. Go for the pork if anything. Dessert was a family recipe(?) corn cake which was better than expected. So don't come here for the overpriced food. The entertainment was excellent, the kids had some real talent and was fun to watch. The dancing didn't as long as I had hoped for how much we paid though. I felt it was rather odd, the story of the business's beginning. The guy's father owned a river guide company, then sold that and decided to open up this place, start giving people dinner and now they include local entertainers (musicians and Native kids) for dinner and a show. I do hope those kids are being paid well for their talents. Like others have said, this is a tourist trap. The owners are white, the performers were Navajo (but not the dances apparently) and the food was mediocre. The attraction is just to give foreigners and tourists a "taste" of Native culture. Just simply not worth it.

Manny I

Chicken salad was splendid & loved the complementary nachos. Great show too.

Ken Miyakawa

Great services and one of the few places that offer a traditional Indian dance show and food actually only one traditional dish on the menu but probably is the only place that offers.

Alec Kremins

Amazing experience. You must go.

S San

Service wasn't great. come for the Colorado cake (if they remember to serve it). And hoop dance!

Amanda Alba

Excellent show and education into Native American history and culture. Wonderful experience.

Daniel Merkle

We had such a great evening at this place. Very special atmosphere, friendly stuff and a great show after the dinner. The food was easy but very tasty. All in all a great experience.

Aaron James

Hoss and his staff are great! Wonderful food, local beers, wine & cocktails. No kids menu, but the foood is kid friendly enough.

Natalie Chenoweth

HIGHLY recommend. Fantastic food- the Navajo taco was so good and the salsa was incredible. Had live music which Was good!!!! Mr Haas (spelling?) was so fun and personable!

Sabine Koenig

A great experience, especially for our kids, too! We have tasted Navajo fry bread in different places during our trip, but the one at Into the Grand was the best, as well as the home made salsa. With great hospitality they present the local specialties and history in an interesting and fun way. The dance show and live music is worth watching, especially with the explansions to it. We recommend going there when in Page.

ALVARO SANCHEZ

Awesome food, amazing entertainment, wonderful dancers, great host and lovely atmosphere. A must see in Arizona

Dianna Bendall

This restaurant was a delightsome surprise. The food was good and the Native American dancing fun and entertaining.

Daniel Miller

A unique experience akin to a Hawaiian luau! Very homely and worth far more than the cost. Host was hospitable, dancers were stellar and the chieftain was fascinating. The food was all homemade and tasted wonderful!

Jimmy Liang

You can get good Indian food and watch Indian show , they're awesome it surprise me, the owner of restaurant very nice.

Clelia Petri

(Translated by Google) Beautiful warmth of this place. It is the ideal place to immerse yourself in Indian culture (Original) Bellissimo il calore di questo locale. È il luogo ideale per calarsi nella cultura indiana

Micoya Graymountain

I am Navajo and their Navajo tacos is very good! I enjoyed their live music and their live Native American performances. They performed hoop dancing and jingle dancing with accurate information about Navajos. I would definitely recommend eating here

Kristy Moore

Okay so I'm not 100% sure how I feel about my experience here. The owner was extremely friendly and remembered our names when he interacted with us throughout the night. The space the restaurant is in had been in his family for decades and the decor is a tribute to his and his father's Colorado River rafting business. And the concept of doing dinner and a show and only one seating a night, I really quite like. The show was really cool, traditional Native American dancing of different varieties, including some education about the Navajo culture and the type of dancing, singing, and regalias we would see. But what did they have to do with each other? I can't help my brain from thinking that the entertainment is just a gimmick the owner is using to get people in rather than an authentic experience celebrating indigenous people and their culture. I want to believe that the owner really is truly a massive supporter of the local Navajo and uses his resources to spotlight them and educate the diners who are there each night. But it's hard not to be wary since it's very clear the only Navajo influence is the show (the owner isn't Navajo, or at least didn't identify himself as Native American, and nothing about the venue/food would hint towards Navajo influence). The food isn't great, I was expecting a menu of traditional Navajo dishes, but there was only one; a Navajo taco. There rest is American food with fry bread. But my mixed drink (lavender lemonade & vodka) was delicious. Overall I'm glad we went as it was a cool experience and we learned more about the Navajo culture. We made sure to tip the dancers well. But deep down I feel a little apprehensive about the concept and really hope the dancers get paid well and enjoy doing it.

Rita Avalos-Macias

Really loved Into the Grand!! Everyone was awesome!! And the live music was great. And the after dinner show was the highlight!! Definitely a must when you are in Page Arizona!!

Dru Morgan

Some say it is a tourist trap. Hey, I was a tourist, and I loved it. Eat at the Dennys if you want something like back home.

Alicia Bolick

Super friendly staff, good food, and a wonderful show!

Isik K Sidhu

It is a great place to have dinner, fry bread taco was delicious, and experience Native American culture. We really enjoyed our time there.

Alex Joaquim

Amazing cultural experience, it was so facinating to watch the dances and the music along with some storytelling. All the workers are very professional and do an amazing job at creating a great atmosphere for everyone. The food was also excellent some of the best food in the area. Well worth the price and what an unforgettable experience. Thank you to all who helped and worked to provide an exciting night for all.

Liz Speciale

What an awesome opportunity to see local Navajo dancing. Delicious food, great entertainment and a delightful host named Hoss who shared a bit of history about Page and the river rafting industry. A MUST do when in page.

Josh

Great food, great show

Big Sky Developer

What a hidden gem this place is. We attended the show and ate dinner this past Friday night with our 8-year old daughter. We enjoyed the warm up act but the Navajo dancers were the show stoppers. The hoop dancer was touted as one of the best in the world and it was very apparent why. The food was good and the drinks very reasonably priced. The owner, Hoss, went well out of his way to make everyone feel welcome. Reservations can be made on-line.

Jaroslav Bengl

A very good place for a dinner in Page, AZ. Navajo traditional food, live music and a little bit of history about rafting on Colorado river.

Gabriel Muller

My wife and friends had a great dinner and enjoyed the show. Price was very reasonable for the amount of food, service, show and cool, very relaxing atmosphere. We'll probably do it again on our next trip to Page.

Lynae Wheelhouse

Make advanced reservations! We saw several parties turned away because they were at capacity. The food was tasty and the show was great.

wilford yazzie

Awesome! Tomas is a great performer!

Josey Eslick

Incredible show full of native culture

Richard Hassell

The traditional regalia that they were wearing beautiful Simply Beautiful and dance

Jessica Cannon

A definite must!!! Great music, amazing dancers, yummy food and awesome atmosphere! To top it off, you get to learn some great information about Page, Az, running the Colorado River and some native American dances.

Lindsay Kraemer

I’m from the south and absolutely loved my experience here. Delicious, southwest-style comfort food with live music and dancing. The owner, Hoss, (who made a point to meet everyone who attended) and the staff were so polite and personable. Drinks were unique and affordably priced. Make sure to visit if you’re ever in Page, AZ.

Google User

This is truly an amazing place! Hoss Sanderson, the owner, makes you feel at home with his gracious hospitality. The Navajo dancers are superb to watch! Joseph Secody performs live most days and he is one of the well-known Navajo performers. The Navajo flute he plays and the Hoop dance is fabulous to watch! The kids perform some truly mesmerizing dances as well. The food is delicious - specially the Navajo Fry Bread and mashed potato! And..to top it all, it's a very affordable price! In all, if you are around Page, AZ, this is a must visit place!

Chrissy Brown

The food was good, it's a home cooked meal. The experience was spectacular!! Native Americans from the local tribe told us their history, played instruments, danced and did the hoop dance. Very amazing and worth it!!

SILVIA RM

Not recommended at all. Old fashioned style. Too expensive for what your get. Only ice tea and water included on the 40$ menu. Not so much variety of food. Just choose 1 meat and add mashed potatoes and beans. Only 1 option for dessert. This is not the meaning of buffet. The show was not bad but totally oriented to tourism. Pretend to be Indian dance and music. For sure, ancient Indians do not wear glitter clothes. We were looking for some local place with real and authentic ambient. And get a place to get money form tourist with poor food and show.

Becky Simmons

I highly recommended Into the Grand for anyone interested in learning more about Native American culture through storytelling, music, and dance. This is not a super-slick production, but rather an extremely authentic show where local people share their culture. All of the performances were very well done and the hoop dance was spectacular. The food is simple but delicious and hearty. The owner, Hoss, and his wife cook everything from scratch and there is an excellent vegetarian option (vegetarian chili, mashed potatoes, cornbread and cake). It was not at all crowded. Dinner was from 7-8pm and the show was from 8-9pm. We were in Page for several nights and this was by far our favorite way to spend an evening!

Aukse Papinigyte

Really interesting cultural experience and yummy home made food. The staff and performers gave 100% even though it was a slow day with just 5 or 6 tables occupied after labour day weekend. Really recommended!

Hannah Ashby

It wasn't what we were expecting but were very pleasantly surprised! We had been looking for Navajo tacos, which they don't have, but the food was absolutely delicious - especially the slow roasted chicken and super succulent corn bread. There was a singer/guitarist when we arrived, then a gentleman giving Navajo history around 8pm (also when the food stops serving). There are very Native American dancers and drums at 8:30 which are the stars of the show. Super interesting and educational visit and well worth the rather expensive price ($40 per adult)

Katie Glass

This is a family friendly and unique experience. The menu is limited, but there are still plenty of meals to choose from. There is entertainment continually from the time you walk in to the time you leave. We LOVED it and will go back the next time we are in Page.

Lauraleeangella Mills

Food was soso. No service unless drinking alcohol? I enjoyed the old indian talking. Could have listened all night to him by a camp fire. The hoop dance was great! Bravo! The rest soso. The guy with guitar was good also.

John Daniel

Great place to have dinner as the place will have Indian entertainment for couple of hours with dinner. Food is great here and the service too. Loved this place and loved to see Joseph do the hoop dance. Great atmosphere wonderful experience during our dinner.

Terry Blake

Highly recommend this to anyone young or old will leave smiling and full!

Bryan Hill

Great place, fun

Uke Carl

Go here. Go here tonight. It is astounding. Great, in fact, the best staff in the state. Cheap drinks, free snacks, tea, bread etc. You pay a premium for the food but you soon see why. 15 bucks goes towards the artists/performers. And oh my... The performers are second to none. But first, the food was excellent. I had the veg chilli but the other stuff looked excellent. The owner, Hoss, is a gentleman. He will make sure you are happy as will everyone else. Then... Oh my... Then the dancing starts. And it's astounding. I don't want to say too much but Page, Arizona is an odd place but if you're here, go here. I found out about this place from a lady in the museum. Not through trip advisor, yelp, maps etc. If you're reading this, please go to Into the Grand.

Jack Roberts

If you only have one night in Page then make sure you don't miss this place! A wonderful place to eat traditional food and learn about new cultures. The hoop dancing is incredible. I cannot recommend this place highly enough.

Giorgia Osborne

Cold dining hall (old warehouse with no insulation), school dinner style plates, wrong drinks order, forced meet and greet on arrival, long queues for a minimal menu nothing like the website, however the entertainment was incredible. All points go to Joseph Secody.

Christoph Duesing

A once in a lifetime experience. Having such good food, influenced by the Navajo bread was an amazing experience. The live music and native dances are really great.

Amanda Fischer

Delicious food. Get the Navajo fry bread taco! The dancers were really impressive. My dad and I had a great time.

Dashiell Waterbury

This place is a gem, made unforgettable by the proprietor and the Navajo performers. The word unique barely covers this fascinating ode to rafting, the Grand Canyon, and Navajo culture. Make no mistake though: the food is humble but very tasty (try the pulled pork!) and the music is delightful. The best part of the evening, however, was the chance to see some of the top-ranked Navajo dancers in the world demonstrate the imagination and power of their routines in full regalia. Also, ignore the reviews that say it's a tourist trap. It's just the opposite: a heartfelt establishment aimed at giving a window into Navajo culture to people that wouldn't otherwise get that. And the food is not overpriced, as some reviewers say (the same reviewers who imply that the Navajo aren't paid enough for the dancing). The $28 price tag covers the artists' hard work, and less than half of it goes to the food.

Ken Bosen

What a fun and original place to eat.

Stefan Verheye

Quite basic

Lauren Iler

A one of a kind experience! Delicious dinner, incredibly kind staff and beautiful performances. What an amazing glimpse into the Native American culture. I highly recommend if you are in the Page area!

Luis Romero

The food is not bad and the manager was really kind, but the air conditioning was not good enough to make the heat bearable.

Haley Anders

Food is subpar to say the least. Best part was the show but didn't start until 830. After a long day and having young kids we were beat by the time the show came on. Glad we experienced Into the Grand but will not be returning.

mithilesh reddy

Top place

Janeen Beck

Amazing

Chrissy Brown

The food was good, it's a home cooked meal. The experience was spectacular!! Native Americans from the local tribe told us their history, played instruments, danced and did the hoop dance. Very amazing and worth it!!

Jennifer McGuire Cox

Great food, better entertainment. Definitely stay for the Navajo dancing, it's amazing. Get reservations ahead though, especially during busy times. We didn't know this and the place was booked up already even though we were first in line for seating. Luckily we were able to get seated.

Ivana Militano

Wonderful experience, from the opening singer, to navajo dancers and speakers.

Nathaniel Isaac

Good fry bread

Terry Maurer

Haus has the culture and history of parts of Page front and center. The food is fantastic and the entertainment is amazing.

Laure Blancot

(Translated by Google) Very nice experience. Very good meal, typical (beans, semolina butter, mashed potatoes and meat sauce, excellent meat). You choose between pork beef or chicken. Pleasant but very long show if you do not speak English because a lot of explanations, not easy to understand. Hoop dance at the end of the show not to be missed as never seen and exceptional dancer. Boss very welcoming. (Original) Expérience très sympathique. Repas très bon, typique (haricots, semoule au beurre, purée et viande en sauce, viande excellente). Vous choisissez entre porc boeuf ou poulet. Spectacle agréable mais très long si vous ne parlez pas anglais car beaucoup d'explications, pas facile à comprendre. Hoop dance en fin de spectacle à ne surtout pas manquer car du jamais vu et danseur exceptionnel. Patron très accueillant.

John Robbins

Fantastic journey of culinary cuisine, cultural enlightenment, and overall bonding opportunity that has to be experienced to be believed. Truly a hidden gem

Roxanna Hughes

Wonderful food and great performance

Rafael Mccawley

Nice restaurant! The ambiance was wonderful and the experience here is one of a kind! Great customer service by the staff. The food is delicious, especially the lavender lemonade. Drop by this place if you're in town.

Lori Forrest

Hoss is a great host. The food is good. The entertainment was amazing!!!

SILVIA RM

Not recommended at all. Old fashioned style. Too expensive for what your get. Only ice tea and water included on the 40$ menu. Not so much variety of food. Just choose 1 meat and add mashed potatoes and beans. Only 1 option for dessert. This is not the meaning of buffet. The show was not bad but totally oriented to tourism. Pretend to be Indian dance and music. For sure, ancient Indians do not wear glitter clothes. We were looking for some local place with real and authentic ambient. And get a place to get money form tourist with poor food and show.

Will Waters

Amazing meal and really cool to experience the native American culture. Would recommend to anyone looking to find out more about the Navajo culture

Becky Simmons

I highly recommended Into the Grand for anyone interested in learning more about Native American culture through storytelling, music, and dance. This is not a super-slick production, but rather an extremely authentic show where local people share their culture. All of the performances were very well done and the hoop dance was spectacular. The food is simple but delicious and hearty. The owner, Hoss, and his wife cook everything from scratch and there is an excellent vegetarian option (vegetarian chili, mashed potatoes, cornbread and cake). It was not at all crowded. Dinner was from 7-8pm and the show was from 8-9pm. We were in Page for several nights and this was by far our favorite way to spend an evening!

Fabrizio Malato

Unique experience.

Aukse Papinigyte

Really interesting cultural experience and yummy home made food. The staff and performers gave 100% even though it was a slow day with just 5 or 6 tables occupied after labour day weekend. Really recommended!

Nicole Wood

Great food and the show is amazing

Tony Grzywa

Enjoyed the performance and Indian taco on fry bread. Good show in Page and Lake Powell before your trip to the Grand Canyon.

arlie a

A truly unique experience of good food, good portions, "colorado cake" for desert is a nice touch, try the Colorado sunrise drink, entertainment, great atmosphere, very friendly staff, clean facilities, ample parking space with a lot of available street parking space available. Need more room here to make mention of all the other unique stuff.... Check it out!

Viddhesh Betkar

One of the best places to have dinner with great entertainment in Page... the native Americans dance is super cool

Betty Sedlor

Did not realize that this was a dinner and show, but was pleasantly surprised. The fry bread was excellent as were the native dancers.

lisa beach

Decent meal with the benefit of a native American dancer show after dinner. Very nice people.

Allycia Weathers

Great food, drinks, music, and dancing!

Lau Piki

good food nice representation

Doug McGrath

Set around the history of the Grand Canyon. Fixed buffet ifsimple cowboy food. Live music, followed by introduction to the Navajo culture by a wonderful elder. Presentation of Navajo dancing was enthralling

ImTooSpartan11

Great food, live music, and an amazing Native American dance show. Amazing place that you should definitely try!

Dannielle Manchester

A great experience indeed from the very beginning. We made reservations online and showed up at our slotted time. We were greeted by Haus (sp?) who is a very friendly, personable guy who showed us into the entertainment area. He chatted a bit and sent us on our way to pick seats and get some buffet style food. The dinner was delicious...pulled pork, tender roast beef along with sides. I was disappointed that they didnt have the navajo tacos I heard so much about. The entertainment from the Navajo dancers and hooping was fantastic. This is definitely something you need to do if you are in Page. Thanks again!!

Dan Coleman

Excellent atmosphere. The staff was friendly, the owner is a great guy, and the food is awesome! I would absolutely recommend this place to anyone traveling to the area!

Chris Fried

Food is good. A very different dining experience than what you are use to.

Fran Patterson

Old fashioned fixins' and good show by hoop dancers

Don Robinson

Very educational, not hokie! Dinner was very good, almost too much. Hoop dancers were incredible!!

Thaisa Fernandes

Great place. Great people. Such a good energy and they have vegan options! Don't forget to order the lavender lemonade!

Mike Elliott

Wonderful history from the owner, great food and incredible entertainment. Nice night out for food and fun.

Greg Albert

This was a fantastic experience. The food was great, and the staff was very welcoming. If you are in Page and looking for dinner and fun stop reading this and call to make your reservation.

Whitney logsdon

The food was GREAT...but better is the staff...the owner...and the show!! Excellent experience.

park kwanny

The show is good and fods are also delicious~

Steve Long

Interesting and unique experience; loved the native dance

Beth E.

The experience was great! The Native dancers explained each demonstration and was a definite highlight. The hoop dancing was my family's favorite of the night. The food was good, but not great. That is the only reason I give it 4 stars, instead of 5. I recommend this experience to anyone.

Penny Hornberger

Wonderful people, food & entertainment! We totally enjoyed the whole evening.

Trixia Kruhz

We had such a great time here, the dancers were wonderful, staff incredibly nice and attentive, food was yummy. I had the vegetarian chili, the fry bread was so good we had to order extra! I would recommend this place to anyone visiting the area!!!

Otis DuPont

Had a Navajo Taco / Pizza was excellent and some Granddaddy special recipe cornbread + a great show!

Ben Parsons

I was not sure what to expect in the way of food and entertainment. We were very pleased with the food, entertainment and background information on the Navajo people. I highly recommend spending an evening here and, call for a reservation.

James Wooddell

The best people. Awesome show. Had a great time...

Raffaele Mencucci

Try the Navajo Taco, a must eat if you stop at Page, AZ

Lukas Sirucek

We had a very nice evening in this restaurant. The food was tasty and the golden lager and amber ale were great. If you know Hungarian food called Lángos (also known in Czechia and Slovakia as Langoš), the fried bread is exactly the same plus a lot of things on top of it.

Nguyen Truong

Food is so so (may be because I am not familiar with this style of cooking) but the show is absolutely great!

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A great Hideaway for locals. Courteous staff reasonably priced. unique

James Lampkins

The food here is excellent! What really made the place special though was the people. The staff is incredibly friendly and accommodating. You definitely feel welcome and at home here.

Constance Soufflet

Me and my family had a great time at Into the Grand. The food and drinks were good but the real thing is the show. It’s a beautiful way to learn about the history of this area and get an insight about Navajo culture and traditions. We especially loved the hoop dancing and all the explanation about the meaning of native dances.

Adam M N Jones

The experience here was fantastic. The food, Colorado camping style, was well cooked and seasoned and was the best tasting traditional American style dinner we had on a three week trip. The entertainment was joyful, interesting and educational, it felt true to the area and was a fantastic opportunity to learn more about Navajo (Dine') culture. The staff were friendly, welcoming and clearly enjoyed working there. It is an utter delight and my favourite experience in Page

Brandy Anderson

Of you like exploring different cultures, this is a great spot. The dancers were entertaining, the owner was super friendly. The live entertainment was interactive. The fry bread was some of 5he best around. The Navajo jewelry for sale afterward was my favorite!

Irshad RK

(Translated by Google) Do not try! 40 dollars per person for a show that is not up to par and a canteen meal! Sorry for the canteen which is even better! (Original) A ne surtout pas tenter! 40 dollars par personne pour un spectacle qui n'est pas à la hauteur et un repas de cantine! Pardon pour la cantine qui est même meilleure!

Justin Kooijman

Awesome place, a must see when you’re in Page! The most amazing host I’ve ever met, great music, show and ambience. Would definitely recommend this to everybody that is visiting Page! No wait, who’s visiting Arizona!!

Jason

$25 for food and Native American hoop dance performance. Food was sub-par - store-bought tortilla chips and the fry bread was dry and nothing special, service was pretty good, performance was great. Tourist trap but it was an enjoyable time - try to go when the weather is nice so you can sit outside.

Chris Howard

Nice local experience, friendly staff and Native American dancing and history.

Callahan757575

Fantastic food, fantastic entertainment, fantastic restaurant. Yes the lavender lemonade is a winner!

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