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Southern China flavors in Northern Utah

Bang Zhang, co-owner of Chopstix, graduated from the University of Utah last year with a degree in business administration. “My parents like to keep me


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Family run deli delights

When the Front Runner trains came to Woods Cross, Cal Gibbs, of Bountiful, saw an opportunity to open a restaurant near the station. “His dad owned a general


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Island tastes at Leila's Luau

To restaurant owner Benjamin Fonua, food has always been a symbol of welcoming, giving and celebration. Although the Syracuse resident grew up in Salt Lake City,


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J's Drive-In, a Morgan tradition

J’s Drive-In is back in Morgan with a new look, a fresh menu and a few lasting traditions. “Originally, roughly 50 years ago, Jay Hopkin started this


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Get your Pioneer Day nibbles at Layton's Taste of the Town

Whether diners are looking for a refreshing drink, a sweet treat, or a selection of miniature sized main courses, they are sure to find it at the Taste of the Town.


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Nostalgic food and fun at Ogden eatery

OGDEN -- When Robert Higgs opened Burch Creek Mercantile five years ago, he knew he wanted to create something unique, and he started by building an impressive


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Deb's Spicy Pie

Restaurants are great places for socializing. No one knows this better than Deb Evans, who opened her first restaurant in 1989 to help her get out of her house and


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New owners bring new specialties to Maple Garden

Whatever type of Asian food you are craving — whether it is Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese or Thai — you are bound to find it at Maple Garden. The


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River Burger offers burgers and international fare

Raquel Da Rosa credits the community for helping her and her husband, Fernando Gonzales, open River Burger in Morgan. Originally from Uruguay, the couple came to


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Mobile food trucks? Ogden restaurants worry

OGDEN — Ogden City is thinking about allowing mobile food trucks to park on city streets, and while owners of local brick and mortar restaurants say they


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