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Bit & Spur Restaurant & Saloon

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4 Ratings
Ratings: 4
Reviews: 3
rAvg: 3.98
pDev: n/a
Taps: 9
Bottles: 7
Cask: N
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1212 Zion Park Blvd, PO Box 130
Springdale, Utah, 84767-0130
United States
phone: (435) 772-3498

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Ratings: 4 | Reviews: 3
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3.85/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 5

Springdale is the tourist town that has sprung up to service the many visitors to Zion National Park. It is a delightful and well maintained little place full of eating houses, souvenir shops, motels, hotels and B&B's. Our B&B was about a mile from the Bit and Spour, so we walked there in the early evening sun, past the field of Elk and most of the town.

On arrival we were taken to a small table, shaddows had fallen on the patio area and grass outside and the temp was dropping fast (early May 2010), so sitting outside wasn't an option.

Low slung wooden roof with stone, wood and plastered walls depending on where you sat or stared. Strange mix of decor, skeletons on beams, lizards on walls and a backroom were familes with children seemed to be taken too.

The beers on offer all came from Sqatters of Salt Lake City or the more local Zion Canyon Brewery. After a day of travelling my wife opted for the Provo Girl Pilsner, I had the Springdale Amber Ale followed by a Polygamy Porter. All in good order and flavoursome considering the alcohol limits the brewers must comply with, they were served pleasantly and swiftly.

We both had pasta dishes and they were extremely good indeed. The place was fairly full, especially for a Monday night. We couldn't see the bar because of a false wall between us and that side of the room, but everybody seemed to be enjoying themselves that we could see. Although this is a tourist town the staff seemed to know a lot of the customers, so maybe this is a locals eating house too?

After three nights in Las Vegas this was pure heaven to us, no machines or sports screens, the only noise was polite conversation and the sound of cutlery being used.

Photo of Wasatch
4/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I've been to this place a couple of times when canyoneering in Zion. It's a nice place, but more for the tourist's if you know what I mean. Food is excellent, I had a mexican plate, very tasty, but pretty expensive. The atmosphere is nice, not to loud. The place is usually packed on a Friday or Saturday night. The service is pretty good, girl got our orders right, and brought over alot of chips/salsa for us. I ordered a brew, most likely a local utah one. I recommend this place, bring some money though.

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4.05/5  rDev n/a
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

Bit and Spur is located in Springdale at the mouth of Zion Canyon/National Park and the views from its outdoor tables give this an easy 5 for atmosphere. Indoors, it's not too shabby either, with an local artsy Mexican-American cantina vibe. The bar is smallish (and has a full liquor license, which is not a given here), but fun with all the usual games and conversation.
It has taps of several local Zion Canyon beers (Lager, Amber, Stout, IPA) along with some Squatters and others from Utah Brewery Cooperative (Pils, Hefeweizen, and at least one more). It definitely focuses on craft products, as their only macro offering (among roughly ten taps) were Bud and Bud Light. Keep in mind the 4% ABV cap, but most of the brews were very satisfying session beers, and this presumed handicap never really materializes. Pints are $3.50.
Service was friendly, prompt, knowledgeable, and essentially everything one could hope for. I got comp samplers before deciding on a beer. It was off-peak season, but I was impressed.
Food is delicious Mexican/American cuisine. Good-sized portions, lots of fresh flavor and well-presented. Generally, most entrees were around $15 a plate. The menu is on the website. Make sure to try the guacamole.
This is really a jewel. The Zion area is astounding, and this is its premier watering hole and restaurant. Beer is only part of the draw, but it is certainly a featured part of the establishment, and that is very cool.
Highest regards.

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Bit & Spur Restaurant & Saloon in Springdale, UT
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