This is probably the best restaurant in Tuba City . The food is okay but nothing special . It is right next to the Quality Inn .
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We arrived late and were very appreciative that we could just walk over to the restaurant and have a light dinner. Also appreciated lighting in the area. The menu for American food was basic. The service was attentive and prompt.
Quick service Midday Sunday. Pleasant helpful staff. The Navajo Totillas are great. The beef stew was good. It’s a little pricey. Overall good experience. It’s one of two sit down restaurants in Tuba City so I’ll see how things are on my return visit.
The Hogan gets lots of international traffic. People going to the Grand Canyon or leaving the canyon on their way to sites in the Four Corners stop in Tuba City for a meal or for the night. Perhaps the guaranteed business means they don't have...More
My hubby didn't like it here but I (wife) loved it. We asked for a navajo taco to be split as a starter so we could try and it and OMG it was huge! It was delicious though and I wish Id ordered that for...More
The adjoining Quality Inn has an arrangement with the restaurant for its guests. The motel gives breakfast coupons to guests for a limited menu, but the menu at the restaurant also allows you to use the coupon for a cash credit toward the rest of...More
Since we stayed in a next door hotel, the Hogan Family Restaurant was an obvious choice. The lots of different opinions fired up my curiosity. Therefore I wanted to investigate what is the truth, based on my own experience and taste buds. Mutton stew should...More
Tuba City has few restaurants to choose from. The Hogan's offerings are adequate, but not special. Our waitress was pleasant and courteous; the food okay. Given the few restaurants in Tuba City, perhaps I should have offered a better review. .
We had dinner and breakfast the next day at this restaurant and unlike some recent reviews we found the staff to be friendly. The Quality Inn next door was fully booked the night we stayed so the breakfast at Hogan the next morning was overflowing...More