Bearizona in northern Arizona has opened a themed restaurant.
Two-story canyon walls and ancient ruins surround diners at Canyonlands, a $1.5 million project the scenic wildlife park has been developing for more than a year, according to a news release.
Its second-story deck overlooks the Jaguar exhibit and a 25-foot waterfall, the release said.
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Sample dishes include a rib basket with beans and corn, a Smokehouse chop salads and loaded baked potato.
The restaurant opened in May. It opens at 10:30 a.m. and closes two hours after the park closes and is only available to park guests and members.
Bearizona is in Williams, Arizona, about 40 minutes west of Flagstaff and slightly more than 2 1/2 hours from downtown Phoenix. Admission into the park is $10-$20.
IF YOU GO:
1500 E. Route 66, Williams AZ 86046