I apologize for my noncreative blog title, I fails. If you can come up with a better title for a post about 3 food places that I'd never been to before in Utah, by all means, you may contest and fight to the death if you please, maybe I'll pick a winner. Maybe the winner will get my famous cookies. Maybe my cookies aren't famous. Who knows at this point?
Just in case you are planning a trip to Utah and want an idea of places that Utahans (really spell check, Utahans?) flock to and rave about, let this be your guide.
Forgive me for my lack of actual food pictures, but I'm a shy closet blogger who still isn't completely comfortable taking pictures of every second of my day in front of complete strangers. I'm working on it.
If you didn't know, Kendall served a two-year mission in Chile! So it was kind of a must to go to this restaurant with some of his mission buddies. It was my first time having Chilean food, and it wasn't as scary as I made it up to be. I got a grilled cheese, filled with stake. Don't knock it til you try it, people!
So as we were driving around with Kendall's cousin (my cousin?), I said that I wanted to go to a real Utah place. Not Red Robin, not McDonald's, a Utah place darn it! Apparently, stand alone burger places are a "thing." I'm not gonna lie, it was pretty tasty, and me and Kendall look dang cute in that picture.
3. J Dawgs
I was told, by many reliable sources (Kendall's 11-year-old cousin), that J Dawgs was the new hip and cool thing in Utah. I love being hip and cool. So hop on the bandwagon, I did, and it was a delicious bandwagon at that. The special sauce was to die for. TO DIE. Seriously, Arizona, get on that!
And there you have it, three places I'd never been before. Or whatever you'd like to name my post.