We checked into the airport very early, and wanted a bite to eat. (Good idea, since airport eateries were closed). We started up North Temple. Despite the construction, this restaurant stuck out with all its rope lighting in the dark.
I was kind leary, but since no where else was close by we decided to try it. Wonderful idea!
What a great place! The outside was rustic and welcoming. As we stepped in the front, we were greeted by vingettes behind the jail bars on the right. The decorations all over the place were reminiscent of the old west. I would think it safe to say a it's memorial to the past.
The food was excellent. So you know I am not exaggerating, my husband, who is addicted to A1 Sauce, refused to use it, as it would cover up the taste of his steak. The homemade biscuits, made me think I was in the old west, just stopped by on my stagecoach.
The restaurant itself is a log cabin, with open eaves. Pictures of old Salt Lake City on the wall.
Do NOT leave without visiting the restrooms. What a great surprise!!
We were the last ones there, but were not rushed. In fact, the staff, including the owner, chatted with us. We found out they use local beef, and the place is on its original site, and was family owned.
I think we will leave early for the airport next time and stop by
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