This small restaurant offers southwestern style food along with an assortment of microbrewed beers. A favorite with locals and the "outdoors" crowd, it is usually packed especially during mountain biking events and peak periods.
The food is excellent, we ate there nearly every day for a week and didn't find a thing to complain about.
Favorite Dish: Black bean soup was the best I have ever had, burgers and grilled chicken sandwiches were great, as were the salads.
For a refreshing brew, try the Elephant Hill
This unassuming building in the middle of Green River has the best/the only mexican for miles. Owned and operated by a local husband and wife, the food is authentic and fantastic. The outside recently got a facelift with new paint and signage. The inside isn't very fancy, but honestly nothing in Green River is.
Favorite Dish: Chicken quesadilla or authentic open face tacos.
This little tiny building can really pack 'em in. This is traditional Mexican, not repackaged TexMex or Americanized. Come early to avoid long waits to sit, expect quick friendly service, no space, little tables, plentiful servings and good food.
Favorite Dish: Known for its Fish Tacos and Fried Ice Cream, I don't know if I've tried anything else.
Favorite Dish: Have eaten a variety of foods here- it's a chain restaurant in this part of the West but still if you're looking for a decent meal, we always found one here. Good breakfast, and also dinners (burgers, meatloaf, etc.)
The best Korean resturant I've found in Salt Lake City is on 2100 South, in Sugarhouse. I forget the name (Seoul House?), but it's the only one on the street.
The Burger Barn in Layton and Roy has a Quad burger, which is four 1/4 pound meat patties. Quite the gut bomb.
Local pizza place that serves gourmet pizzas, salads, pasta, microbrews, etc. Anyway, the pizza is ecellent... it's local, and local pizza is almost always better than your usual stuff. And it's especially enjoyable in the evening when the temperature is pleasant and you can eat outside on the patio.
Favorite Dish: gourmet pizza... mmmmmmmmmmm
Majestic View Lodge, Steakhouse and Saloon
Very nice looking restaurant in a log-cabin sort of building. Inside looks equally nice and there are some great views out the huge windows! Anyway, food was pretty good. On the other side of the building there's a Southwest Wildlife Museum (free) and a gift shop.
Breakfast here was very good and they had plenty of big, gooey items :) (i.e., blueberry syrup)... also, it's inside the park, so when you're finished eating, step outside and enjoy the beauty!
Favorite Dish: Breakfast ;) don't remember what i had, but it was gooey and good
There's an Italian restaurant that offers outdoor dining, and it's on a corner off Main St. in Moab. Right next to it is a hotel (Comfort Inn I THINK). Anyway, the food was pretty good here and the inn next door was comfortable. Wish I knew the name. Sorry.
My favorite restaurant I can't remember the name but it was on park city and it was asian mix restaurant, they had thai, chinnese, japanese, etc... it was amazing and as soon as I find out the name I will post it. But we also whent to the Robert Redford's restaurant it was really good.
Great service!!!! and very good wines too.
We visited a really nice Chinese restaurant in Moab (near Arches NP). We also visited this Western country cafe in southern Utah in the village of Bluff en-route to Monument Valley.
Authentic Western cafe.
Favorite Dish: Nice breakfasts in Bluff, but you must be prepared to wait for service!
For you genealogists who work right thru dinner until the Family History Library closes (10pm), you can find a late dinner right around the corner in the restaurant at the Best Western hotel. This photo is the entrance to the Family History Library.
The Mall Food Court in Crossroads Plaza
The food court, which is in the basement of the mall, has a gazillion restaurants to choose from, and is relatively cheap! Don't ever eat in Park City--it's way too expensive! But this mall in Salt Lake has fun shopping, an arcade for little kids, and a choice of everything from Greek to Thai to Japanese to Cajun! We ate there like three times:)
Favorite Dish: Japanese chicken teriyaki
Los Hermonos(spelling??) or Mi Rancherito(I think)
Favorite Dish: Obviously Mexican, and just about anything is good, both the menus are huge. Los Hermonos is a little nicer, but both are extremely popular, and you can fill up on chips and salsa even before the food gets there! And the price is really reasonable.
My favorite is a little restaurant called The Oaks.
The Oaks has a very interesting atmosphere. It has both indoor and outdoor dining. The indoor dining is very cozy and nicely decorated. The outdoor dining has several dining terraces that overlook the Ogden River with some nicely secluded tables.
Favorite Dish: They have changed their menu and no longer have the delicious chicken that I loved. However, they do still have their wonderful hamburgers. Try the Oak Burger, it's the best!
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