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Maddox Ranch House’s recipe for success is made from scratch

Maddox Ranch House is steeped in more than 70 years of tradition, but it’s somehow been ahead of many restaurant trends.Long before farm-to-table was cool, the Maddox was working with local growers who provide 65,000 ears of sweet corn and bushels of tomatoes and peaches every summer. Before ...

Gourmet Market: The best-tasting way to spend your Saturday morning

With new gourmet vendors making appearances each week, local musicians sharing their passion, raffles, giveaways and contests ... The Monarch brings a new Saturday morning tradition.The Gourmet Market, open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., was created with the vision of providing a one-of-a-kind ...

Serendipity shop offers low-cal protein shakes and flavored drinks

Serendipity Nutrition is an appropriate name for a new shakes and drinks shop at 274 25th St. Shamra Ward of Pleasant View and daughter Tabi Ward of Farr West feel it was “serendipity” — a chance stroke of fortune — that got them into their business.Last year, the two of them lost their ...

Roy’s City Buffet offers a mega-feast of Chinese and seafood specialties

City Buffet in Roy is a nod to the “Go big or go home” theory of dining. Opened in January, the massive all-you-can-eat restaurant offers Chinese, American and seafood specialties, a salad bar, sushi bar and a Mongolian grill, all under one roof.With around 200 food items, it would be ...

Prairie Schooner a tasty Old West retreat during pandemic

The Prairie Schooner harks back to the Old West, when social distancing out on the lone frontier was the norm.Patrons sit in private tables resembling covered wagons, overlooking a starry sky, campfires, sagebrush, cactuses and heart-stopping mounts of wild animals. By lantern light, they chomp ...

The Base Restaurant & Bar has an Air Force theme and a menu for everyone

What’s a great name for a restaurant that’s located near a military installation?“The Base Restaurant & Bar” was a no-brainer for owners Gordon Davidson and Karlyn Walters when they opened it last year at 694 W. Antelope Drive in Layton.“We thought, what’s Layton known ...

Z’s Hot Sauce is heating up the Nine Rails Creative District

Julie Lindsey and James McBeth, who create and sell their handcrafted gourmet hot sauces and bloody mary mix from Logan to Salt Lake City, now have a new home at The Monarch’s weekend markets.It all started more than 20 years ago over celebratory burgers on the Strip in Vegas where the couple ...