Inventive Farm-Grown Cuisine in the Southwest's Most Under-Visited Region
You can read about how delicious Hell's Backbone's food is in Sunset, Oprah, Bon Appetit, the NYTimes..the list goes on.. or you could take a road-trip and check it out for yourself. I suggest the latter.
The menu changes seasonally, according to what is available from the restaurant farm located a 5-minute drive from where you eat dinner (or breakfast).
Favorites are the Backbone Salad, Goat cheese fondue, and Jenchiladas or Skillet Trout followed by a Chocolate Chile Cream Pot or Panna Cotta. The best kept secret are the black-pepper biscuits that are served with sage butter soon after you sit down... they alone are worth the drive!
Located next to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and near Capitol Reef National Park. The area abounds with wonderful hiking and camping.