Best Utah Diners, Drive-ins and Dives
How many of these places have you been to?
Sauce Boss Southern Kitchen - Draper, UT
Here's a clip of the episode it was featured in:
I've never been but would love the menu here.
Santo Taco - Salt Lake City, UT
I love tacos but there's no way this place is better than Angelica's Mexican Grill in St. George, right?
Although this "Choco-flan" looks pretty dang good...
It looks unreal.
MayMoes - Logan, UT
I've never been. What is wrong with me. I'm in Logan a lot. I spend all my time at Angie's I guess.
From FoodNetwork.com (full article):
"Louisiana transplant Jason Davis left the mortgage business to open MayMoes, a legit Southern Cajun joint in Utah. Specialties include the Blackened Chicken Pasta and the decadent Marrow Butter Burger. Like all of their burgers, the MBB is made with their house beef blend, it’s then pressed on the grill and topped with a smoked marrow butter and cheese and served on a potato bun brushed with garlic butter.
Special Dishes: Blacked Chicken Pasta, Marrow Butter Burger"
Yo budddy. Me likey.
The Pie Dump - Garland, UT
I've never been. What am I doing all day?
Here's more details from Food Network (link)
This Utah favorite has been open for nearly a century, and they’re as popular with the locals as ever. They’re known for cooking up a mix of savory dishes and from-scratch pastries, like doughnuts and cinnamon rolls. Guy loved their classic French Dip sandwich, which is served on the restaurant’s fresh sourdough hoagie buns. “It makes me smile,” he said. “This is right out of the old school recipe book.”
Special Dishes: Special dishes: French Dip, Maple Bar Doughnut
Herm's Inn - Logan, UT
I've been to Herm's.
It's very good. It's hip. It's hop. It has lemon butter? (Ask for regular butter).
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