We serve the best comfort food offered in the Four Corners region. Bluff is our home because we love the magic of this land. We are dedicated to building our community while providing you with delicious food, one-of-a-kind gifts and unforgettable experiences. To do this we support local artisans and cultivate sustainable and environmentally friendly practices, including support for local farmers, ranchers and growers.
Our Destinations will help you discover a landscape filled with beauty, wonder, deep geologic history and a cultural heritage that spans centuries. Twin Rocks Cafe is the community meeting place.
Twin Rocks Cafe has been the gathering place for locals and visitors for over 25 years. During the winter season we are the only restaurant open in Bluff. The cafe is a year-round local restaurant that serves three meals a day, seven days a week.
Duke and Rose Simpson built the Twin Rocks Trading Post and Cafe in the late 1980s, and today both are owned and managed by their sons Barry and Steve Simpson. Executive Chef Frances Van der Stappen is the general manager.
Bluff is a historic town nestled in the red rock canyons of the San Juan River Valley. We are the gateway to the many National Parks, and historic landmarks in Southeastern Utah, including the newly designated Bears Ears National Monument.
Plan your next journey with our exciting Destinations. See our Menus for delicious Cafe meals or take-out picnics for your trip. Visit our Artisan Gift Shop for unique gifts and souvenirs. Also visit the gallery at Twin Rocks Trading Post for museum quality Navajo jewelry, baskets, rugs and folk art.
We are easy to find, located beneath the iconic sandstone spires known as the Navajo Twins, at the intersection of Highways 191 and 162. Directions
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