The meals were of burgers and Mexican and chips. Most prices looked to be $6-9 range and basic fare menu. A beer was only $3 for 16 oz
Favorite Dish: I did not try any after seeing the place and wondered the freshness of foods.
This place has a lot of history as much as serving food today. The place was the home of Charles Steen, who got rich finding uranium for the Government when it was needed in 1950's. He built this monument on top of the hill just north of town. His find changed to whole town that then got an influx of people to get rich like Charles who ended up about $60 million rich. Sold as a restaurant after the family did not want it, today it claims to be the best in town. I did not try it, but took pictures so you could find it and do so.
Favorite Dish: Who knows-I would have picked the Prime rib for $19. Prices are filet mignon for $24, salmon $18, shrimp scampi for $19.
They serve sandwiches and Mexican foods. The Mex ranged $7-9 for most meals. SAndwiches were 1/3 burger $5.50 and ranged up to $6.50. That is reasonable. Philly cheese was $6.
Locals hang out here for a beer and food.
Favorite Dish: Philly cheese steak with fries was a good basic and tasty meal coming form a bar served by a tattoed guy with big rings in his ears. That was the weird part.
The food was at best average. Only open for breakfast and supposed to be at 8AM. So tell me where were they at 8:10 when I was there and had to wait-or not next time. The prices were outrageous for what you get. My meal was $8 without the bacon. A bowl of cereal was
$7. Specials for the deluxe ran $11-and this is not dinner, but breakfast. Who ever herd of those prices other than New York?? NOt me. It stinks
Favorite Dish: Two eggs and potato fries and toast. It was just basic food-nothing special
It really is not fast food since it takes 5-10 minutes to prepare most of the food ordered. But the wait is worth it. The single 1/4 lb burger was $ and 1/2 loaded $6. Hot dogs seemed to be the specials for people and all type for $3-5. SAndwiches are $6. The ice cream and cones and malts are the real draw. Cone is $12.0 and a malt $3.50
Favorite Dish: The burger and the malt were both what I wanted and it tasted good going down.
I think the serve just average food. Based on appearances of patrons, and the looks on faces, they got food, but nothing to brag about. The service and waiters and managers are all too plentiful and not paying attention to the needs on the floor to serve customers. Not that it was bad, but I expected more attentive service in the small community and a diner is supposed to be fast, prompt and friendly. Well they need training.
Breakfast run $6-7; lunch $6-7 and dinners $7-15 with the 10 oz steak being the top end. Most dinners are $9-10
Favorite Dish: Since I only had one visit, the best I got was liver and onions. Yeh-so-I had to try it since it had been maybe a decade to have a liver plate. It still is dry and tasteless for the most part, but I feel more healthy. Price was the best part for $7 and the tea $2.
The steaks run range in cost of $26 for 24 oz porterhouse to $13 for 10 oz sirloin. They also have chicken fired steak for $8 ad ham steak the same price. The meal came with salad and potato of choice. Been in business for 30 years. I guess it is affiliated with the next door motel since ethey are connected.
Favorite Dish: The rib eye steak was tender and done right. It cost $117 for a 12 oz portion. They steaks looked good and the rest of the meals around appeared good.
It seemed good to me for what I had. The others around me seemd pleased to be eating their meals.
Favorite Dish: Jug Handle Arch is not eating rock, but a piece of tilapia fish. It was a fair sized portion and got fires with it. Price was $11. Most entree prices range $11-21. Fish, shrimp, steaks, fried chicken, roast beef and pork are the mainstays. In addition they have salads of 6-8 varieties. and sandwiches $9-12 (pricey)
I tried to eat at several restaruants but found that good service was a scarce commodity in Moab. Courtney and Heather were both very attentive and friendly bartheders. I will definitely go back there on my next trip to Moab.
If you are from the flatlands, the beers will definitely get to you at this altitude but they are delicious!
Favorite Dish: The ribs and the rueben are great!
We were hoping for a nice brew-pub atmosphere, but instead we got a high priced rip-off of a meal. If you like hard and crunchy steamed rice, rubbery bbq ribs, soggy cole slaw, and pasty white tasteless chicken, you found the right place. The service was below average and the food was very disappointing! The beer selection, wine selection and bar choices were limited. This is a high profile eating establishment in Moab but be warned - the only thing great about this place is their prices! Very expensive - poor quality food.
Favorite Dish: Nothing! Run away from this place!
On Main Street in downtown Moab, this charming little restaurant may be overlooked. Take another glance...and sit a spell.
I've found in my travels that often times, the smallest packages offer the largest tastes! Miguel's is no different. The food is undeniably fresh, and cooked perfectly.
Certainly the best Mexican food we had on our Westward trip.
Favorite Dish: We had to start with one of the Margaritas (with your choice of tequilas). I tried one of my favorites...a chicken fajita (marvelous). My husband had a seafood burrito that was practically the size of a football!
Highly recommended. Open at 5:00 pm everyday for dinner.
Branding Iron Steakhouse, on the corner of Route 191 and Spanish Trail Road serves a really mean steak.
We were in Moab, Utah for a Land Rover Rally, and after having run the trails all day,w as looking for a really good steak. Close to where we were staying, the Branding Iron is a sure bet.
Pretty non-descript as far as decoration. Certainly a Western-style steakhouse atmosphere. The staff was very friendly and the food prepared perfectly to order.
Favorite Dish: Try their Super Burger, or sample one of Utah's local wines.
Just on the outskirts of downtown Moab, Moab's Daily Grind offers fresh ground and brewed coffees of all sorts.
Along Route 191, Moab's Daily Grind sits just back from the parking lot. There is a window int he front to place your order, and a drive through window along the back of the building.
I tried the caramel mocha, my husband, of course, black. Both very satisfactory. Also had to indulge in chocolate covered espresso beans. Caffiene jolts do not get any sweeter than this!
We found that Sunday morning, many places were not open for business, and thus we ended up at the Red Rock Bakery on Main Street. Once you opened the door and walked in, you were greeted with the warmest, most delicious smells. We ordered a brown bag lunch, made on homemade bread and even grabbed a couple of cookies (fresh baked of course)...one pumpkin chocolate chip, the other macademia raisin.
Wanna sit and eat with a hot cup of coffee and check your V-mail? No problem...Red Rock is also an internet cafe.
Favorite Dish: The cookies were fabulous and the sandwhiches were dlightful.
The Peace Tree Juice Cafe is a fabulous place to grab a healthy bite to eat. The staff is quite friendly and they have an extensive menu of healthy vegan, vegetarian and mainstream sandwiches and wraps. The ambience is simple and clean and the food is basic but complexly tasty! It's a self-serve kind of place, you order your food at the cash register and they call your name when it's ready.
I found out about this place on my third day in Moab. It was recommended by a local, who was not afraid to tell me which places to avoid. I am thrilled I tried it and, in my opinion, it's the best place to grab lunch in Moab, maybe even dinner if you're on a budget and like to eat early. I had lunch there on my fourth and fifth day in Moab (also had dinner there on my fifth day).
The cafe is open every day from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. They have a second location on Monticello, Utah.
The Peace Tree Cafe offers breakfast options, sandwiches, wraps, salads, healthy smoothies and organic espressos. I enjoyed all my meals at the Cafe. The portions are quite generous for the price and the food is really tasty. Even better, I felt healthy after my meal.
Favorite Dish: Leo's Wrap - Very tasty warm wrap that practically melts in your mouth. Accompanied by blue corn tortilla chips.
Ingredients: Hummus, spouts, carrots, tomato, cucumber, artichokes and lettuce wrapped in a sun-dried tomato tortilla (source: The Peach Tree Juice Cafe)
Price: $8.00 (August 2008)
Veggie Wrap - My favorite wrap with a side of blue corn tortilla chips.
Ingredients: Avocado, sprouts, carrots, tomato, mushrooms, red onion, lettuce and choice of dressing. I picked a ranch pesto dressing. (source: The Peach Tree Juice Cafe)
Price: $8.00 (August 2008)
Turkey Croissant Sandwich - Absolutely delicious! Warm puffy and buttery sandwich with tons of turkey goodness.
Ingredients: Turkey, sprouts, tomato, red onion, lettuce and choice of dressing (source: The Peach Tree Juice Cafe)
Price: $8.50 (August 2008)
This place was delicious! I wish there was one where I live!