Indie Ogden Review – Hub City Coffee
Mar15

Indie Ogden Review – Hub City Coffee

  Hub City Coffee, one of Ogden’s newest coffee shops has been calling my name since it opened in January. I couldn’t wait to check out all the changes owners Holly and Kyle Hill have made since they moved from their 12th street shop. (Admittedly, I was already hopelessly addicted to their chai. But I digress.) At the literal intersection of Ogden, South Ogden and Riverdale, Hub City Coffee is an ideal location, right in the...

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Union Grill Lunch With 11 Kiddos
Mar08

Union Grill Lunch With 11 Kiddos

Last week Union Grill invited The Salt Project and me to do something that would make any mom sweat. Something that has little possibility of being anything other than complete chaos. Last week I had a sit-down  lunch with 11 kids. I imagined every possibility for disaster- spilled drinks, meltdowns, potty accidents, projectile anything. But to my surprise, the entire lunch was smooth sailing and every kid ate, at least, a third of...

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Indie Ogden Review: Pranzo Italiano
Feb22

Indie Ogden Review: Pranzo Italiano

I don’t get out to Clearfield often,  it isn’t exactly on my radar and, to be honest, I just assumed there wasn’t much there. When Pranzo Italiano invited me to stop in for dinner, I got a little bit lost finding my way and just when I thought I had taken a wrong turn, there it was.Located next to Bogey’s Bar in the space where Egg-Cetera used to be, it is easy to miss if you don’t know it’s...

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Luis’s Mexican Cuisine
Nov24

Luis’s Mexican Cuisine

When Mikaela asked me to review a Mexican restaurant that had been nominated for an Indie Ogden award, I said yes with a bit of skepticism. Don’t get me wrong, I love Mexican food as much as anyone. However, having lived in New Mexico for five years, I got a bit spoiled. Ever since returning to Ogden seven years ago, I’ve been searching for a restaurant that sticks to authentic Mexican cuisine and leaves me craving more....

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Indie Ogden Review: Carlos and Harley’s
May11

Indie Ogden Review: Carlos and Harley’s

It’s hard to miss the giant western style building on the corner of 5510 E 2200 North in Eden. This building was built tin 1890 by Elisha Wilbur as a local general store, town post office and dance hall.  Nowadays, this Historic building houses one of the best Tex-Mex eateries around, they even won the 2013 Indie Ogden award for Best Mexican Restaurant! My family drive out to Eden this past weekend to grab a bite. After seeing...

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Indie Ogden Review: Jeremiah’s Restaurant
Mar28

Indie Ogden Review: Jeremiah’s Restaurant

  Jeremiah’s has been a Ogden staple since the 70’s when it was originally Moore’s  High  Country. Founded by Harold (Hal) S. Peterson  in 1979, Jeremiah’s has always been a place to get a giant stack of pancakes and the friendliest service around. I took a trip to this famous restaurant with The Salt Project to try out some of their famous eats and it did not disappoint. It was love at first sight when...

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