January 28, 2017

UTAH : Bluff - San Juan County

Bluff, Utah

The Navajo "Twin Rocks Cafe" in Bluff, UT

Bluff is a census-designated place (CDP) in San Juan County, Utah, United States. The population was 320 at the 2000 census.

Under the direction of John Taylor, Silas S. Smith and Danish settler Jens Nielson led about 230 Mormons on expedition to start a farming community in southeastern Utah. After forging about 200 miles (320 kilometers) of their own trail over difficult terrain, the settlers arrived on the site of Bluff in April 1880. (The trail followed went over and down the "Hole In the Rock", which now opens into one of the tributaries of Lake Powell.) The town was named for the bluffs near the town site. The town’s population had declined to seventy by 1930 but rebounded during a uranium prospecting boom in the 1950s. With the uranium decline in the 1970s Bluff again declined and now remains a small town with about 300 residents.
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Twin Rocks Cafe
Twin Rocks Cafe & Gift Shop

Many years ago we opened Twin Rocks Cafe. Since that time our restaurant has become famous world wide for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our Twin Rocks menu includes scrumptious meals with a wide variety of dishes that are sure to fit anyone's palate. Be sure to stop by while traveling along the Southwest's Highway 191 in the the Four Corners region of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. While you are here visit the Twin Rocks Cafe gift shop featuring Native American Jewelry, housewares, organic cotton t-shirts and much more!

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