August 2017 Grand Canyon Caverns Newsletter

Grand Canyon Caverns

August 2017 Grand Canyon Caverns Newsletter

Dear Friends of the Caverns,

The “Cavern Grotto” is open for business! Our brand new, deep underground cave restaurant, the Cavern Grotto, is now taking reservations. With the official opening for lunch and dinner just around the corner (Tuesday, August 15th) now is the time to reserve a seat for one of the most amazing dining experiences possible. This month we are highlighting the Cavern Grotto, so be sure to read the articles below for all the fun facts on the logistics of getting food 21 stories down, the story behind the idea, and more!

Sincerely,
John McEnulty
Partner, Grand Canyon Caverns


This month @ the GCC:

  • Activities right now:

    Exploring Hiking Rafting Horseback Riding Lodging RV Campground Tent Camping Animal Park Beer Food

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  • Caverns Grotto Reservations: 928-422-3223 Ext 3

  • Arizona restaurant lets you eat 200 feet underground in a cave

    ALONG ROUTE 66, ARIZONA – One of Arizona’s newest dining experiences takes you 21 stories beneath the Earth’s surface. The Grand Canyon Caverns, a tourist destination in northwestern Arizona already known for its cave tours and underground suite, will soon unlock the doors to its latest concept — Caverns Grotto continue reading on www.abc15.com

  • Dine 200 feet underground in this Arizona cave restaurant

    Before John McEnulty could build his new restaurant, he had to go deep underground for approval. Fortunately, his cave experts were fired up by the idea. With that, McEnulty went to work on his rock-solid concept, a dining chamber 200 feet below the Earth’s surface, giving new meaning to the term “deep menu.” continue reading on www.azcentral.com

  • Photos of the Caverns Grotto

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    Photo credit: Frank Kocevar www.route66experience.com


About the GCC:

The Grand Canyon Caverns, the largest dry caverns in the United States, is located on Route 66, just East of Peach Springs, AZ and over 200 feet below the surface. Stop by and take a tour, you won’t be disappointed! Directions To Grand Canyon CavernsDirections To Grand Canyon Caverns