Panguitch (/ˈpeɪŋɡwɪtʃ/ PAYNG-gwitch) is a city in and the county seat of Garfield County, Utah, United States. The population was 1,520 at the 2010 census, and was estimated in 2015 to be 1,481.
Things to do in Panguitch
4 based on 155 reviews
This is a local mom-and-pop burger stop near Bryce Canyon NP, popular mostly with local kids and one of the few places in town open late. The phone number is 435-676-2731.
This is the second time we've stopped here passing through and it's become an absolute must!!
With the perfect small town feel this roadside burger joint is straight out of the 50's. The staff takes orders on hand written tickets and each burger is obviously made to order. Malts and shakes come out handmade and standing tall out of the cup.
Their famous Chubby Cheese is the burger to order, a double patty with all the fixin's, every one is not only beautiful but tasty!
5 based on 4 reviews
I'm so happy I found this place! The owner Stacey is so kind. They have espresso drinks such as lattes, cappuccinos, etc. and it's such a unique friendly place. If you're traveling from out of town, be sure to stop by here. A+++
4 based on 209 reviews
Had to have lunch in Panguitch, and thought we'd give this place a try. Not very attractive from the outside, and fairly simple on the inside. It was clean though, and the waitress was very nice and attentive. Ordered the Hawaiin pizza and we were pleased. Good crust, very generous amount of toppings, and cooked just right. Saw locals coming in, picking up pizzas and sandwiches to go. Good prices too. Guess we Lucked out.
3.5 based on 751 reviews
If this is your idea of a good BBQ place then we need to talk. Service was SLOW. Portions were tiny. And don’t get me started on the worst babyback ribs I’ve ever had!! Just say no.
3.5 based on 266 reviews
Cozy small town restaurant offering full service breakfast, lunch and dinner. Range of menu items from vegetarian to t-bone steak. Soup and salad bar available. World famous reuben and patty melt with homemade pie that is unmatched.
Panguitch is not really set up for tourists. Certainly none of the reviews of the restaurants seem consistently good. There are a few plaques set up downtown that give the history of the place, such as it is. But they mainly describe how the various buildings along Main Street keep changing in use. Kenny Rays had been a garage, and they had kept maybe a little too much of the garage décor when converting it into a restaurant.
Our entertainment was watching tourists try the door of the place across the street, find it locked, and then coming to us.
The food was acceptable, but we were careful to choose only tried-and-true standards…
4 based on 109 reviews
Panguitch means Big Fish in Paiute! We are small family run restaurant that serves Burgers, wings, salad bar, and seafood. Our signature burgers are charbroiled and the best around!
We stopped here for “brunch” before heading to Las Vegas from Bryce Canyon for our flight home to L.A. and were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the hamburgers. This humble diner doesn’t look impressive, but they sure know how to make a tasty burger....MoreThank you very much ?
3.5 based on 397 reviews
Ate a great breakfast here one morning. This is a classic roadside diner and the food was delicious. Eggs cooked perfectly, great pancakes, and bacon on the side. Highly recommended for breakfast.
4 based on 51 reviews
This restaurant is not for everyone, but if you like interesting flavor combinations, it is a real winner. We enjoyed the taco trio - three "tacos" made with a naan sort of shell (soft), filled with tandoori chicken, shredded meat, and meat/chorizo sausage. All had spicy slaw and a spicy sauce. Not your traditional taco, but if you like Asian and Indian food, this is a great find. We had a flan brulee to finish - salted caramel with some chai flavor. Loved it start to finish - thanks for a great dinner!
3.5 based on 33 reviews
Stopped for a quick dinner after visiting Bryce canyon as there weren't many options and this place said they had wifi and the cell signal was poor and we needed to confirm a hotel room we had booked. We ordered our food, very polite teenage girls working. The soda is in the gas station part of the store which was odd and they didn't put much lettuce on sandwich... possibly running out? The bread was dry but otherwise was ok. The WiFi signal was awful, biggest reason for 2 stars.
4 based on 6 reviews
Great homemade food crafted with care and attention to detail. I had the portabella mushroom fajitas and was impressed with the great flavor and serving. Very fresh and tasty.
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