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Reviewed 6 April 2018

This place is a souvenir hunter's dream. And the restaurant has wonderful food - especially the items served with Fry Bread - don't miss that. If you're in the area, treat yourself to a stop.

Thank joefromcincy1961
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Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

We stopped here 3 times - very friendly staff - lots of items to purchase. My husband accidentally left his credit card & they kept it safe for us until we returned to pick it up. Last visit we ate in their restaurant & enjoyed Navajo tacos.

Thank edgewood1960
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

Indian trading post In the middle of nowhere, so a great place to stop & stretch your legs, have lunch, & do some souvenir shopping. On the pricey side, with a large variety of souvenirs such as rugs, blankets, lots of jewelry & crafts, unusual food gifts (prickly pear honey, taffy, jam, jelly, teas, etc, fry bread, hot sauces). The real pull is their restaurant. The Indian taco on fry bread, their sandwiches, burgers, desserts on fry bread. Yum! There is also a gallery, & hotel on the premises.

Post office & gas station also in same area.

Thank gailo344
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Reviewed 26 March 2018

A great base to stop for Native American wares and do more than just fill up your tank. This turned out to be a great rest stop overnight for what was to be a long road trip up to Utah. We very much wanted to stop at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, but we didn't have time due to moving out of state. That aside, this place was special and the food in the restaurant, their fried chicken, just to name a few items, really hit the spot. You feel like you're in a special place when you stay here over night. The journey destinations from this point will spellbind you.

Thank Annabell77
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Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

This place is attached to a restaurant so if u get hungry there r plenty of options Lots of authentic native souvenirs and native jewelery There is a gas starion on the premise

Thank Tempusfugit2015
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