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.

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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 the waitress brought out a sky-high pile of scone nuggets (which really should be called scone boulders) and a side of cinnamon butter goodness. It was pure bliss.

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I ordered the mountain bikers breakfast which is a fluffy multigrain waffle topped with fruit and walnuts and a side of turkey bacon. I was trying to be healthy but I really could not resist the scones, hot melt in your mouth scones, heaven!  I also ordered a green smoothie,you know, to balance out the scones.

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Inside the restaurant the decor feels a lot like a lodge, there’s even amazing bar chairs made of tree stumps, door handles made of deer antlers and one giant Buffalo watching over all the patrons. There’s even a mini gift shop for cute little treasures as well.

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Jeremiah’s may be known for their breakfast but they also make fantastic dinners and they even cater weddings and events, they have their own banquet room for in-house events as well. Their catering and banquet menu has everything from Chicken Cordon Bleu to Yankee Pot Roast and everything in between including their famous breakfast options.

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It was a fantastic morning, we all left fuller than we have ever felt in our lives and yet we still wanted to eat more. Check it out for yourself!

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Look at babies amazement, just look!

1307 West 12th Street
Ogden, Utah 84404
801-394-3273
Hours:
Monday-Saturday 6:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday 7:00am to 9:00pm
http://www.jeremiahsutah.com/

Check out The Salt Project’s post too!

**This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own.
Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her 2 kiddos and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.