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Greek food is so much more than gyros. Don’t get us wrong – we love the tender seasoned meat between warm pita as anyone. Growing up with Greek flavors and visiting the gorgeous mountain and sea scapes of my family’s ancestral home on the island of Crete, I discovered that simple food made with the best ingredients. “Farm-to-table,” “hand-crafted,” and “artisan” have always been a part of Cretan cuisine. Simply seasoned with wild herbs, garden-grown produce, and the finest olive oil (made from olive trees that are 4,000 years old), the freshest seafood, meats, and homemade cheese always sing. That’s why we import the best Cretan olive oil to use in all our dishes. We grind our own meat. We source the best seafood. We grow and dry our own mint and greens…you get the idea.
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Finn and Vickey are always delighted to chat with any customer who walks through their doors. They love to catch up with longtime customers as much as they like to acquaint new ones. If Vickey and Finn are not in the dining hall tending to their guests, it is certain they are just around the corner contributing to the cafe in their own unique ways. Such as when Finn prepares his weekly roast for the pyttipanna special, or when Vickey tends to the garden to collect fresh rosemary for the house vinaigrette.
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Herman "herm" and his wife, Elizabeth "lizzy", Johnson built "Herman's Inn" in the early 1900's. During this time, Canyon Road was the only route into Logan Canyon. Herman's Inn was literally one's first chance to gas up outside the mouth of the canyon. If you look around you will find the original "first chance" and "last chance" signs hanging on our historic walls.
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When it comes to food, everyone has their own opinion. We believe that food is essential to happiness and if you are going to make it, you might as well make it good. Food critic or not, we believe that everybody enjoys a nice meal. So we’ve given ourselves the task of improving and perfecting the act of eating in every way, down to the finest details.
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In a turn of events, we found ourselves in the center of the fight for marriage equality in Utah, and as a result, had the opportunity to build deep and meaningful community connections, which would later encourage us to open up a restaurant. So we did!
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It all started in 1899, Vincenzo James Pelura left Bellante Teramo, in the little province of Abruzzi, Italy, at the age of sixteen, to travel to the "New World...America." He was met at Ellis Island, New York, by his friends, the DiFerdinando brothers who settled in South Philadelphia, from Abruzzi. James worked in the Pennsylvania mine quarries,and saved every penny that he didn't send 'home', to reach his American Dream. In 1919, he purchased a car, rented an apartment, and a closet-sized 'office', in PennsGrove, N.J. and there, established "Pelura's Cabs."
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Back in 2003 the name MayMoes was born when restaurant founder, Jason Davis, had his first child, Kirby. Even though she was skinny as a bean pole she was always hungry. When she tried to ask for tomatoes one day all she could say was MayMoes. Her dad thought it would make a great restaurant name someday, so true to his word MayMoes opened in April of 2016.
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I can't believe that this place opened on March 9th and six people already beat me to writing a review on this place. I heard about this restaurant through word of mouth and I thought it was cute how another new Vietnamese restaurant decided on a catchy name! The place isn't easy to spot if you're just cruising down State Street and their parking lot is definitely small. However, the interior is just so adorable and their menu is conveniently placed right above the ordering counter.
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We love when pubs take food to the same level of impressiveness as their drinks.. it should always compliment one and the other. A true mix of American traditional with some Asian Fusion that make it a memorable experience to say the least. And, the bartenders here are really next level as well. Professionals with the drinks of course, but also friendly, courteous and happy to chat when you are.
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Having lived and cooked in Los Angeles for many years, Eliseo Garcia and his family set out to Texas before establishing themselves in Utah. Eliseo taught his passion for flavor and service to his family—at Sabores we share that passion with you.
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Guy Ate Here - Sammy's Bistro
Sam Harris has lived in Park City since he was four. He attended Miss Billie's pre-school through Park City High School. He skied competitively and started in the restaurant business as a teenager. One thing he's always wanted here was really good food he could afford on his waiter and line cook salaries. On Jan. 17 he filled that niche by opening Sammy's Bistro at 1890 Bonanza Drive. The menu is inspired by his experiences working with some of the greatest chefs in Utah. That includes Jean Louis, Cucina Toscana-founder Water Nassi and Tarahumara-founder Gregg Vincent Grass. The bistro began as a booth at the Park Silly Sunday Market.
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Guy Ate Here - Silver Star Cafe
Silver Star Café is a rustic, cozy café with great food, wine and beer, live acoustic music, and a feeling of comfort and authenticity. The Café's interior is an intimate space with 50 seats, ensuring a cozy, personal experience for all guests.
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Whether you're hungry for hot, fresh baked goods in the morning or a big, delicious salad or sandwich for lunch, The Pie Dump, located in Garland, Utah has all the delicious foods you need to keep you going throughout the day! Our bakery is open for great breakfast and lunch items, including fresh-baked rolls with gravy, burgers, fries, and sandwiches, with homemade buns to boot.
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The Raspberry Charlotte Cheesecake at Tin Roof Grill
Our menu includes items to satisfy everyone's palate including Appetizers, Small Plates, Salads, Gourmet Pizzas, Sandwiches and more. The Tin Roof Grill is the best place to eat before or after a Sandy Amphitheater concert or a Real Salt Lake game. Be sure to visit us for Brunch and our great Early Bird Specials. The Tin Roof Grill is where to eat! We offer a city bistro atmosphere with a local restaurant mentality, providing great food and a friendly staff.
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