Things To DoWondering where to eat in Cedar City? La Casa Don Miguel (classic Mexican fare, plus beer, wine, margaritas, and delectable desserts) stands right next door to the Vagabond Inn Cedar City. The All American Diner, nearly just as close by, serves large portions of breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and opens at 7 a.m. every day of the week. Pork Belly's Eatery, a two-minute walk away from the Vagabond Inn Cedar City, specializes in gourmet waffles, slow-cooked meats, and tacos. Guests who feel too comfortable to go out at all might want to order in from the Pizza Hut down the road.
This location puts travelers near a variety of attractions. Cedar City is close to Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, and Grand Canyon National Park. Visitors trek out to the area annually to take advantage of its world-class skiing opportunities. Cedar City lies 2 hours east of Las Vegas, Nevada, making it a comfortable stop for some west-bound road trippers.
Cedar City is home to OTC Comedy Theater, the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and NCAA football's Southern Utah University Thunderbirds.