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W Thai Chef finds a hungry home in Kaysville

Kaysville isn’t known for Thai food, and that’s why owner Winai Ketbot opened W Thai Chef there. “When I was looking for a place, I realized there was no Thai here. I saw there was Chinese, but no Thai,” he said. “Also, I like the small-town feeling here.” After remodeling the ...

Syracuse businessman bakes up success with Twisted Sugar cookie shops

SYRACUSE — What do you do after 25-plus years in the corporate world, after your job in the telecommunications industry is eliminated? If you're Mike Jardine — who now runs Twisted Sugar, the quickly expanding cookie company that launched out of Davis County and now has locales in eight ...

Art Scene Selections: Feb. 17-March 3

Banff Mountain Film Festival The Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival is stopping in Ogden for two nights this month to showcase 12 of this year’s award-winning films that represent achievements in outdoor storytelling and filmmaking worldwide. Held every fall in Banff, Alberta, the ...

The secret’s out: Getting to know the Garden Grille

The Garden Grille may be one of Ogden’s best-kept secrets. Located in the Hilton Garden Inn, “It’s a weird scenario where people think they have to be a guest in order to dine at the hotel. But they don’t,” said Josh Overturf, who has been the executive chef since it opened in ...

New Ogden ‘beer boutique’ to hold grand opening Friday

A new beer store, Salt & Hops, offering a curated selection of over 150 premium brews, is having its grand opening on Friday. The "beer boutique" is stocked full of local brews, snacks and novelty items you can’t get anywhere else. Salt & Hops occupies the west side of the ...

Art Scene Selections: Jan. 27-Feb. 3

Utah Symphony: Rachmaninoff Symphonic Dances Onstage Ogden presents a historic lineup of live music on Thursday night. “Symphonic Dances was the only score Rachmaninoff completed in America, and a welcome return to form after quitting composition in frustration after 1936,” says Onstage ...

Live music, new eats and local brews this Saturday at The Monarch

The Monarch hosts a specialty market this Saturday — Bites, Brews and Tunes — that focuses on tasty “bites” from small Utah businesses and a sampling of tunes from local musicians. This time around, the beer garden will be stocked with beer and seltzers from UTOG and Roosters ...

WB’s Eatery puts some punch into Dry January

Want to finish out your Dry January in style? WB’s Eatery in Ogden has you covered. Not just with no-alcohol craft cocktails, but also alcohol-free wine and alternatives to whiskey, gin, rum, bourbon or tequila to sip at home, plus all the bar equipment you’ll need to serve your own ...

Art Scene Selections: Jan. 20-27

New Year, New Vibe Celebrate the new year with self-love workshops, live music, vendors and art at The Monarch’s ladies’ night in January. Music will be provided by an awesome DJ, along with a beer garden and local vendors. In addition, a variety of high-vibe workshops will be offered ...

Blue Fin Sushi attracts fine-dining fans to Layton

Thirty years ago, sushi in Utah was considered fairly rare and exotic. Now it’s commonly found in grocery stores and all you-can eat restaurants. But a newcomer, Blue Fin Sushi in Layton, is reestablishing some of sushi’s fine-dining mystique, with dramatic ambiance, quality seafood and ...