Highway 163 and The San Juan River
Mexican Hat, Utah, 84531
Phone: (435) 683-2322
If you happen to watch the Food Network show, “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives”, Olde Bridge Grille (formerly Old Bridge Grill Café and renamed in 2007) would proudly be rated “Dive”. Bar, pool hall and restaurant with delicious “you are definitely in Southeastern Utah” food…sandwiches and tacos made from authentic Navajo Fry Bread; Mexican specialties; deep fried foods that satisfy carb cravings without being greasy; half pound burgers, and sandwiches stuffed with meat to bring a tear to the eye of any meat lover.
This is the perfect place to sit with friends, family or even on your lonesome; look out at the easy going San Juan River and enjoy a great, casual meal.
The portions you receive are generous, reasonably priced, served with a smile, and you are not rushed out!
|Cheeseburger and Handcut Fried|
|Navajo Cowboy Beef Sandwich (on Fry Bread)|
|Onion Rings Appetizer|
|The Mad Hatter|
Afterwards take a stroll along the property paralleling the river; check out the Hydraulic Measurement Station established in 1914; Trading Post with assortment of local handicrafts; the modern day “petroglyphs” painted on the red rock by a local artisan.
|Cactus Outside the Trading Post|
The Olde Bridge Grille is simply the perfect place for a laid back meal; enjoy the restful atmosphere and the food!