Canyon’s only sit-down restaurant gets its name from the National Park Service’s Mission 66 program, which aimed to expand visitor services by the NPS’s 50th anniversary in 1966—and true to concept, you’ll dine beneath mod, star-shaped light fixtures and swingin’ geometric art. The food offerings are more 21st century than throwback, though, with sustainably and locally sourced entrees like red trout, bison-elk bratwurst, prime rib au jus, and a few fresh-veggie pasta dishes headlining the menu.