Dining Options

Where to eat in the Ogden Valley and Beyond

Dining in the Valley & Ogden Canyon

Eden & Huntsville

Alpine Pizza - Offers a casual Italian style atmosphere serving pizza, pasta, salad and appetizers. Takeout, beer, & wine also available!

Ogden Valley Pizza - New to the Valley in the Eden Center, offering fresh pizza and salads. They deliver!!

Carlos & Harley`s - Amazing Tex-Mex style food served in a fun environment within the historic Old General Store in Eden. Featuring Texas style ribs, Mexican entrees, fresh seafood, and a full service bar.  

Grey Cliff Lodge - Located 5 miles up the Ogden Canyon, this place is an old-timey classic. The trout is a must have!  Also located in Grey Cliff Lodge is the Ski Museum which offers a look into the past of the sport.  

Eat`s of Eden - In the same building as our Eden office, Eat`s of Eden has amazing homemade food. Daily specials in addition to their menu of burgers, pizzas, salads, make this a go to lunch & dinner spot. 

Pat`s Food Shack - Pat`s is the go to for a quick meal on the go or for a picnic on their communal tables out front. They have breakfast platters, excellent sandwiches, wraps, and burgers.  Offering a daily special, the reuben and homemade fries (with Utah`s signature fry sauce, of course) are a must try! 

The Shooting Star  - The oldest bar in Utah, the Shooting Star might just be the most eclectic joint in Northern Utah.  Signature decorations and their tried and true menu of burgers, beers, and chips make this a local and tourist favorite. Be sure to try the Star Burger: two lean beef patties with a grilled polish knackwurst on top.

The Oaks - The patio on the Ogden River make this the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch, or dinner in the Ogden Canyon. The Oak`s Resort, a mile away from it`s current location, has been serving up quality food since 1907. 

Dining in Ogden

Ogden

Aroy-D - Drive through Ogden Canyon and onto 12th Street and you`ll find Aroy-D. Serving a wide variety of Thai cuisine in a low key atmosphere, Aroy-D has won "Best in State" for Thai food 3 years in a row.  

The City Club - The City Club is truly one of a kind. With over 1 million in Beatles memorabilia, this place will thrill any Beatles fan. Signature cocktails include The Penny Lane, The Ticket to Ride and the Yellow Submarine. 

A Good Life Cafe - Serving up fresh squeezed juices & smoothies, homemade soups, sandwiches, and salads with the freshest ingredients possible, A Good Life Cafe has the best health food in town.  

Hearth on 25th - Focused on hearth or open flame cooking, Hearth on 25th serves up locally sourced meat and produce.  Featuring imported infused vinegars and olive oil that can be purchased in their store, this spot is very unique. Local meats include yak, Wagyu beef, and wild boar. 

The Lucky Slice - Fun new combinations as well as the classic flavors make this spot a favorite for pizza. Pop in for the slice of the day or order up the always exciting Pizza of the Month. 

Ohana Sushi - Keep straight out of Ogden Canyon and you`ll reach Ohana. Serving up fresh sushi, Japanese, and other Asian cuisine, Ohana offers a calming modern atmosphere for a pleasant dining experience. 

Prairie Schooner - Ever wanted to dine in a covered wagon? The Prairie Schooner has circled the wagons in a reproduction landscape reminiscent of the journey of Utah`s pioneers. Serving steaks, seafood, and a variety of potato options, this is the perfect spot to stop to and from the rodeo. 

Roosters - Roosters is Ogden`s brew pub! Their brewery features 10+ signature beers made in house. The menu has an excellent variety of pasta, pizza, American, and fusion entrees.  

Slackwater - In an unbeatable location on the Ogden River next to the iconic Ogden sign, Slackwater has the largest beer selection North of Salt Lake! The riverside patio offers the perfect ambiance to try some new beers and dine on a signature pizza. 

Tona - If Utah doesn`t seem like a destination for sushi, then you haven`t tried Tona! On Ski Magazine`s list of Best Ski-Town Sushi, Tona`s signature rolls and inviting atmosphere is arguably the best in Utah. Be sure to ask to see the secret menu.

Union Grill - Known as a historic railroad town, The Union Station was once the hub of Ogden. Now the building features several museums, venue spaces, and the ever popular Union Grill. With classic American favorites such as the Beer Battered Onion Rings, French Onion Soup, Salmon Pasta Salad and Prime Rib, the menu here is so large and tasty, you`ll have to come back.  

World Famous Pho - This noodle house and grill is new to town but offers some seriously delicious pho. The broth simmers for over 24 hours and is served with a selection of condiments and Vietnamese meats.  

Zucca Trattoria - With delicious Italian pasta, decadent entrees, flown in fish of the day, amazing brunch and Neapolitan style pizza, Zucca is a restaurant that locals frequent often. The menu is so robust and tantalizing, you`ll want to try everything on the menu!