LAYTON — Ah, the luck of the Irish.
OGDEN — The ethos behind Daily Rise Coffee, the small Ogden-based chain of coffee shops, can be summed up in three words — promoting positive energy.
OGDEN — In Ogden, there are many places to grab a cup of coffee.
Two Northern Utah locations of the Village Inn restaurant chain appear to have closed.
For many of us, January is all about giving things up: Maybe we’re going to stop eating meat and embrace a plant-based diet. Or we’re ready to kick excess sugar to the curb after a holiday season awash in sweets. Or we’re committed to avoiding fast food.
SOUTH OGDEN — In a roundabout way, and with doses of uncertainty and necessity, Jeff and Mara Criddle plunged into the restaurant business.
If you've ever wondered why food made by your favorite restaurant chef tastes better than the food you make at home, chances are you are missing the crucial "finishing touch." That's the final seasoning that chefs sprinkle or drizzle on the food once it is cooked.
OGDEN — If you’ve never had a pastry filled with Bavarian cream, this holiday season just might be the time to try it.
KAYSVILLE — Forgive me for stating the incredibly obvious here, but the Standard-Examiner’s weekly GO! restaurant features are known for their focus on one main item: food.
SNOWBASIN — Many in Northern Utah, around the state and even around the world, are familiar with Snowbasin, an iconic landscape that is a former Olympic site.
ROY — For Joseph Fowler, going to Burger Bar as a kid wasn’t just about getting a hamburger and a shake.
Chef Geraldine is back.
It’s time to talk turkey. Literally.
Sheree Yu is poised to bring back Maple Garden — one of Ogden’s most popular Chinese restaurants — and the buzz in the city is palpable.
OGDEN — The ice cream bulges above the rim of your shake cup, unmistakable proof that the sign out front means what it says.
RIVERDALE — Another restaurant is opening this week in Riverdale’s Town Square.
OGDEN — If you’re looking for a little taste of Danish Hygge this winter without dropping a pretty penny on an international flight, then Cuppa on 25th Street will be just your cup o’ tea ... or coffee, or golden latte.
OGDEN — Sometimes market forces take you in an unexpected direction.
OGDEN — If you’re familiar with downtown Ogden and its many watering holes, you’re likely familiar with The Yes Hell. The bar’s bright red neon lights are hard to miss for anyone traveling down Grant Avenue.
What do you get when you cross Halloween with unique craft beers?
If it’s the last weekend in September, it must be time for — in the words of one enthusiastic festival fan — “Greek Christmas.”
OGDEN — You know what they say about opinions.
WEST OGDEN — Kym and Pete Buttschardt are no strangers to setting restaurant standards. They opened the original Roosters on Historic 25th Street pre-revitalization — you know, back when you had to have a compelling reason to go down there. Now they’re doing it at the Trackline development. …
In honor of World Deaf Day, a local distillery is planning a special tour for the hearing-impaired.
OGDEN — Another restaurant is coming to a busy section of 12th Street in Ogden.
SUNSET — Your first goal is to even find the tiny cafe.
Laura Streeter has had plenty of real-world experience with packing kids’ lunches for school.
OGDEN — Good news for those who were fans of the original Maple Garden restaurant here in town. It’s coming back.
OGDEN — Something new is brewing next to the Ogden River.
OGDEN — Visitors moseying down 25th Street during a Saturday morning Farmer’s Market may have noticed Good Life Café & Micro Juicery, the type of establishment that appeals to people who buy fresh, local produce.
OGDEN — The idea behind Lee’s Mongolian BBQ is creativity, doing what you want, fashioning a food combo that fits your tastes.
What do you get when you cross the hobbies of birding and drinking?
OGDEN — Tucked into Ogden’s Historic 25th Street is a place that crafts a tasty American staple: the hamburger.
RIVERDALE — C is for Crumbl Cookies.
OGDEN — At first blush, the concept of a restaurant like Pie and Fry seems a bit, well, alien.
OGDEN — At Jeremiah’s, you almost expect to see Peter Skene Ogden tearing into a bison steak.
OGDEN — Other than word-of-mouth stories in the community, local restaurant diners usually had no idea about the level of food safety at their favorite eateries.
UTOG Brewing Co. has been open and operating for just a few months now, but the restaurant (and full bar) has already made a big impression.
When his newborn son Charlie was in the NICU at Primary Children’s Hospital, Dan Mueller passed the time by researching online how to make homemade, old-fashioned ice cream.
In 1967, at the “ripe old age” of 6, Milt Olsen attended the very first Mormon Miracle Pageant in the small central Utah town of Manti.
OGDEN — There’s no shortage of Mexican eateries in Ogden that offer tacos.
OGDEN — For many Weber State alumni, a handful of places are near and dear to them.
OGDEN — Without fail, when I’m at my hangriest, nothing quite satiates like a big, juicy cheeseburger.
Summer is here and it’s time to fire up the grill or smoker and start cooking. Winegars in Roy and Clearfield are known for their moist, fall-off-the-bone ribs that they smoke out front of the store, in their Treager. Lucky for you, Winegar’s Deli Manager, Ashlee Sorenson, is sharing some ti…
OGDEN — Tucked in south of 24th Street on Kiesel Avenue is the most chill little coffee shop in town. You might have missed it because it’s “in the alley,” as Black Lotus manager Paige Berhow explains.
The last time I dined in a train car was nearly a decade ago in a night car across Egypt.
OGDEN — Offbeat locations are part of Steiny’s Family Sports Grill’s cachet. Just finding them seems like winning a warmup contest.
Think of it as liquid sugar.
OGDEN — Nestled against the Ogden River and below the lights of the city’s iconic neon archway sits a local favorite for pizza, sandwiches and plenty of beer.
OGDEN — A favorite Ogden restaurant is branching out to Salt Lake County.
OGDEN — Thanks to their love of pizza — and a deep-seated entrepreneurial streak — a planned expedition to Mount Everest has morphed into the launch of a new pizzeria on Harrison Boulevard, Taboo Pizza.