By Vegas Food Nerd

Not far from the entrance to Zion National Park is a smaller town in southern Utah called La Verkin where there’s a family-run restaurant called Stage Coach Grille. Not far from Springdale, the town just outside Zion, this dining spot serves up steaks, ribs, chops, seafood and other dishes— all with a Greek flair. We found this quaint spot after a visit to the park where we had just hiked the emerald pools. The trail, which starts just steps away from the Lodge inside Zion, was a natural marvel. It’s not every day that you find a path that hikers of all skill levels can walk on and venture underneath a waterfall. We were even treated to an exclusive tour guide when a deer decided to join us on our journey just steps away. To get to the lodge, Zion runs shuttles all day long, and don’t let the long lines fool you; they move pretty fast. We were staying in La Verkin for the night and had passed by the restaurant on the way to the park. The building itself makes you want to walk into the place. It’s southwest pink, with a rustic looking patio, and perfect accents all around it, including a metal sculpture of a horse on the roof that is rearing his legs, and glistening in the sun. It stands out in a town full of fast food.

Owners George and Cindy Rodinos wanted to create a place where the food was as fresh and locally sourced as possible: an anti-fast food, prepackaged preparation place where they could connect with locals, and the people who frequently travel through their area. They designed the outside and interior of the restaurant with friends, and their attention to detail is evident the moment you walk in. The interior past the western style wooden swing doors is rustic and fun, featuring yellow walls set off by patches of brick. Wooden floors, furniture and southwest artwork throughout make it a cozy and warm dining experience.

On our visit, we decided to try a few of their daily specials. I got the crab stuffed salmon served with garlic mashed potatoes and sautéed vegetables, and my friends ordered the braised lamb, and the Ahi tuna. Mine was tender and very flavorful. The lamb (because yes my friends share their food, otherwise we couldn’t be friends) was tender comfort food with potatoes and roasted vegetables on the side. The table favorite for the evening was the Ahi tuna. Flown in fresh from Hawaii, the sesame crusted fish was served over wild rice pilaf with fresh sautéed veggies. It was a fresh, bright-tasting dish that we all enjoyed. Our server was attentive and friendly as was the rest of the staff. If anyone passing saw that we needed something, it was brought to us right away. Don’t skip the desserts when you visit. They are all homemade fresh, and a perfect ending to your meal. We sampled their Baklava, and the three-layer chocolate cake— both sweet perfection.

Zion is a spectacle that I highly recommend everyone experience, and when you are there, let’s face it, you have to eat. Stage Coach Grille is a perfect ending to a long day at the park. Take in the grandeur of the views, and fill up on the food that this family so lovingly prepares.

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