Culver's Restaurant

A new Culver's restaurant has opened in West Point.

If you’re looking for new places to eat in Davis County, you’re in luck. Multiple restaurants have opened up in the last two months.

Below is a list of the new establishments, as compiled in a Facebook post by the Davis County Health Department.

1. Culver’s — 267 N. 2000 West, West Point

Culver’s considers itself a family-favorite restaurant that specializes in ButterBurgers, fresh frozen custard and Wisconsin cheese curds.

2. Al's Cafe — 1050 Shepard Lane, Farmington

Al’s Cafe is a new restaurant that provides Filipino and international food.

3. Black Bear Diner — 310 E. Gentile St., Layton

Black Bear Diner focuses on homestyle comfort food classics and personal service at breakfast, lunch and dinner in a bear-themed environment.

4. Alice's Kitchen — 94 N. 400 West, North Salt Lake

A family-owned and operated diner, Alice’s Kitchen has daily specials to go along with breakfast, lunch and dinner.

5. The SandBar — 680 S. Redwood Road, North Salt Lake

The SandBar provides five indoor sand courts and will add four outdoor courts in April to become the first place for indoor/outdoor sand volleyball in the state. A restaurant and bar are included.

6. BAM Protein Shakes — 1525 N. Main St., Bountiful

BAM Protein Shakes aims to meet the macronutrient needs of any diet through advanced protein shakes.

7. Tortilla Union — 160 North West Promontory, Farmington

Tortilla Union is a southwest grill that specializes in flavorful dishes like fried avocado street tacos, tender union ribs, sweet smoked watermelon salad and festive southwestern nachos, among others.

8. Dragon's Puff — Inside Layton Hills Mall (1201 N. Hill Field Road) on the lower level

Dragon’s Puff provides treats that allow you to exhale a fog — like a dragon — after eating.

9. Twisted Sugar — 1089 W. 1700 South, Syracuse

Twisted Sugar serves specialty sodas and also serves fresh cookies that are made every day.

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