The atmosphere is kind of fun. They have a lot of really good desserts that you can get for take out even if you don't eat. Servings are big. The Seafood specials are usually really good. I think it's a little expensive for this type of restaurant but it's a good place to eat.
Established in 1994 On Feb. 5, 1994, The Art City Trolley Restaurant...
Established in 1994 On Feb. 5, 1994, The Art City Trolley Restaurant
officially opened its doors. After locating the 1931
Brill Bullet Trolley car in an almost abandoned
state some six months earlier, Jeff and Kelly
Decker along with numerous family members and
friends restored the Trolley Car and converted it
into a small roadside diner that boasted seating
for 26 people. Thanks to a supportive community,
(and some great food), 2 years later the small
diner grew to a seating capacity of 115 with the
addition of the "Trolley Station" that stands today.
The original menu has evolved from favorites
like the Baby Back Ribs that won "Zagat's
Dinning Guide" for "Best BBQ in the State", to
the legendary Art City Special Salad. In January
2009 we reached another milestone by becoming
one of "Utah Valley's Best Choice" for Salads.
As always we use the freshest ingredients and
original recipes concocted from scratch here in