This place aims to compete with El Tovar Dining Room and the Arizona Room, serving adequate but expensive Southwestern cuisine a la carte—meaning the pricey main dishes don’t come with sides. The fare includes salmon, barbecue chicken, and well-cooked steaks. The meal is accompanied by live entertainment—evening shows include cowboy music and performances of Native American songs and dances. This place is big, so there usually isn’t too long a wait for a table; even if there is, you can relax in the saloon, perhaps on a bar stool with a saddle. One note: Diners frequently complain that the food here takes a long time to appear from the kitchen.