Restaurants in Utah County are quickly becoming foodie hotspots, with over 900 restaurants to choose from, you're never far from a great meal! From family friendly venues to the highest-rated Utah restaurant on the Zagat guide (Sundance Resort's Tree Room), there are a variety of options for everyone. And with such a diverse population, even high-quality, authentic international cuisines aren't far away. No matter the dining experience you’re craving, whether you’re looking for local restaurants serving American cuisine in American Fork, delicious barbecue joints along State St. in Orem, a quick fast food run in Spanish Fork, or award-winning ice cream shops and sit down restaurants in Provo, you’re sure to find a rich and satisfying meal while exploring Utah County’s food scene.
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Taste Artisan Chocolate
Besides the obsession over flavor, Taste's passion for chocolate isn't complete without their efforts to share their passion with others. With their tasting boutique, where you taste and learn about multiple styles and flavors from a chocolate expert, Taste wants you to gain an appreciation for quality chocolate all while forming bonds with friends, family, and others. Come share in the love of chocolate and friendship at Taste in Provo and experience something new!
Mozz Artisan Pizza
With over 24 Utah local suppliers, 90% of MOZZ's menu is Utah based during peak growing seasons, which helps support our communities farmers and artisans. Built out of a love for great restaurants and fresh local ingredients, wife and husband duo Erin and Jared hand-crafted their own wood-fired oven, found the perfect location in downtown Provo with just the right amount of vintage charm, and began serving up fresh and tasty artisan pizza in March of 2019.
TRUReligion Pancake & Steakhouse
TRUreligion is the culmination of the family tradition of three generations of restauranteurs. Even the furnishings, from the booths, chairs, mahogany paneling, gold-backed mirrors, black-glass counter, and barstools, have been "lovingly restored to serve Utah for another 100 years," filling the restaurant with an interesting history and great stories.
Using only the finest ingredients, authentic and original recipes, and the love and care of homemade food, India Palace in Provo and South Jordan strive to give you an elegant, authentic, and delicious Indian-style experience every time you dine with them. Perfect for big groups, the family-style buffet is sure to satisfy the hungriest of crowds, all at a reasonable price. With food this great and an atmosphere this inviting, India Palace will become your new favorite for authentic Indian cuisine!
Aubergine & Company
Aubergine believes you are what you eat, so their mission is to provide you delectable food that's actually good for you. When healthy eating is enjoyable and sustainable "this means you can eat better, feel different". Free from preservatives, sugars, or bad fats, you can be sure that every single dish on the menu will be healthy, nutritious, and tasty. "Whether you are a health-conscious person or you are trying to become one, and even if you are not, Aubergine is the right place for you."
Strap Tank Brewery
If you are looking for a new and unique place to eat a delicious meal, enjoy a micro-brewery beer or handcrafted sodas, listen to live music, check out vintage motorcycles, and feel welcomed like family then Strap Tank Brewery in Springville is the place to go! Their wide array of handcrafted ales and lagers, along with the handcrafted sodas and specialty drinks, pair perfectly with the made-from-scratch menu, ensuring every member of the family will be satisfied.
Maria Bonita Mexican Grill
Celebrate the spirit and tradition of family at Maria Bonita's Mexican Grill! As a place to meet together with friends and family and enjoy delicious authentic Mexican cuisine, Maria Bonita's is a great place to celebrate holidays like Día de los Muertos when we remember family, ancestors, and heritage. With huge portions and a welcoming atmosphere (including visits from the owner Tony and their close family friend Maria, who the restaurant is named after) Maria Bonita's feels like home. "This is not my restaurant, this is my house. Come and join us! Come get a hug from Maria!"
Through genuine hospitality and caring cooking, you can tell as soon as you walk through the doors that Communal is a special place. Each dish—from the miso flank steak with pickled cucumber and ponzu, to the locally sourced Clifford Farms pork loin with shiso pea puree and pickled mustard seed—is carefully considered and expertly cooked to satisfy any food-lover's craving.