With pine-clad walls, murals of Native American dancers, and more formality than the rest of the South Rim restaurants combined, this is just the spot for a special dinner. The fare matches the atmosphere, influenced by both regional and continental traditions and featuring such winners as a grilled buffalo ribeye, served with fig compote and asiago polenta; and salmon tostada with tequila vinaigrette. The lunch highlight is the Navajo tacos, while breakfast dishes include trout and eggs, and spicy Sonoran eggs with chorizo sausage. This is the only restaurant on the South Rim that accepts reservations, and they’re recommended, especially for the few tables that offer an unobstructed canyon view.