Power Up Before the Hike: Best Breakfast Restaurants in Kanab

Some of the best scenic hiking trails are located right here in southern Utah. There’s Wire Pass Trail, K-Hill, and Squaw Trail—not to mention the countless paths throughout the surrounding national parks. If you’re looking to fuel up before you embark on your next great outdoor adventure, we recommend these breakfast restaurants in Kanab.


Parry Lodge


Although Parry Lodge is not technically a restaurant, you can still stop in for a hot buffet breakfast served daily. All guests at the lodge are welcome to enjoy our delicious complimentary continental breakfast. Fill up on pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, toast, grits, biscuits and gravy, fresh fruits, pastries, cold cereal, juice, milk and coffee—everything you need for a hearty meal to start your day! But don’t just take our word for it, read what other people had to say on TripAdvisor.


Kanab Creek Bakery


When we say Kanab Creek Bakery is the best, we really mean it. It’s like a taste of Paris right here in Kanab. Stop in before your hike and enjoy a cup of coffee, an omelet, or brunch item that will satisfy everyone’s taste buds. We suggest ordering the Irish oatmeal or the burrito to keep you full. Don’t forget to grab a pastry for the road!


Peekaboo Canyon Wood Fired Kitchen


One of the healthier eateries in Kanab, Peekabook Canyon Wood Fired Kitchen offers a vegan/vegetarian-friendly menu. Their breakfast options range from the classic egg and potatoes to cinnamon bun French toast. Opt for a menu item with avocado to keep you from getting hungry again an hour later.


When you book your room at Parry Lodge, you can hit the trails even earlier by grabbing a bite to eat before you head out. Give us a call at 435-644-2601 or visit us online to learn more and reserve your room today!


Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System this year by snapping a pic of you and your buddies hiking the red rocks. Share your adventure with others by using #findyourtrail when posting to your Facebook or Twitter accounts.

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