If you’re staying at the Grand Canyon, you’ll want to have dinner in the hotel’s rustic yet elegant dining room. But before making reservations at the most expensive restaurant in the park, be aware that few tables have views of the canyon. Limited views aside, the meals served here are the best on the South Rim. The menu includes a bit of Southwestern flavor, but for the most part, it sticks to familiar continental dishes. The New York steak is a good bet, as is the wild salmon tostada. Start your meal with the interesting little roulades (flavorful bite-size tortilla roll-ups). Service is generally quite good. Have a drink in the bar before dinner (you might even be able to snag a table with a view), or save it for wine with dinner—the El Tovar boasts an award-winning list of more than 100 wines.