UT Posted in Utah April 27, 2016 by Catherine Rees You Haven’t Lived Until You Try These 15 Mouthwatering Restaurants In Utah A few months ago, I suggested 17 restaurants in Utah that you have to visit before you die. Of course, 17 didn’t nearly cover it. So, here are another 15 to try. 1. Angie’s Restaurant, Logan Angie’s Restaurant/Facebook Angie’s Restaurant/Facebook The breakfast food at Angie’s is not to be missed. Huge cinnamon rolls, delicious Utah scones, fluffy pancakes...pretty much everything here is delish. 690 N. Main Street, Logan 2. Black Sheep Cafe, Provo Black Sheep Cafe/Facebook Black Sheep Cafe/Facebook The tacos are a house specialty. Order a carafe of cactus pear lemonade for the table. 19 N. University Avenue, Provo 3. Grogg’s Pinnacle Brewing Company, Price Grogg’s Pinnacle Brewing Company/Facebook Grogg’s Pinnacle Brewing Company/Facebook The sandwiches and burgers are nothing short of amazing, but you can’t miss the homemade baked pretzel appetizer. 1653 N. Carbonville Rd., Price 4. JCW’s, 4 locations JCW'S/Facebook JCW'S/Facebook This little local chain is super popular. The burgers are one-of-a-kind. Find them in South Jordan, Lehi, American Fork and Provo. 5. Mandarin, Bountiful Mandarin/Facebook Mandarin/Facebook This little gem in Bountiful serves up some crazy delicious Chinese food. The Five Taste Shrimp is a popular choice, as is the Almond Chicken. Order one of the frozen lemonades to accompany your meal. 348 E. 900 N., Bountiful 6. Mom’s Cafe, Salina Mom’s Cafe/Facebook Mom’s Cafe/Facebook This cafe is one of the best kept secrets in Utah. 10 E. Main Street, Salina 7. The Oaks, Ogden Canyon The Oaks/Facebook The Oaks/Facebook The burgers are particularly tasty here (try the Oaks Burger). It’s worth the extra wait for that fresh, canyon air - sit outside! 750 Ogden Canyon 8. The Painted Pony, St. George The Painted Pony/Facebook The Painted Pony/Facebook Your meal starts with a basket of the most amazing fresh-baked bread ever, and just gets better from there. Finish with a slice of key lime pie. 2 W. St. George Blvd., St. George 9. Pig & A Jelly Jar, Salt Lake City Pig & a Jelly Jar/Facebook Pig & a Jelly Jar/Facebook Pig & A Jelly Jar is a well-known Salt Lake spot for brunch. True to its name, it offers a host of delicious, unique jellies and jams. Try the blueberry lavender. 401 E. 900 S., Salt Lake City 10. Road Island Diner, Oakley Road Island Diner/Facebook Road Island Diner/Facebook Meatloaf, mac ‘n cheese and mashed potatoes...comfort food served up right. 981 W. Weber Canyon Rd., Oakley 11. Siegfried’s, Salt Lake City Chad Y./Yelp! Brittney N./Yelp! This German deli knows how to do lunch. The ingredients are top-quality and imported. 20 W. 200 S., Salt Lake City 12. Slackwater Pub and Pizzeria, Ogden Slackwater Pub and Pizzeria/Facebook Slackwater Pub and Pizzeria/Facebook Slackwater offers tasty pizza with a diverse range of toppings (tikka masala...yum!), and the beer menu has something for everyone. 1895 Washington Blvd., Ogden 13. Taggart’s Grill, Morgan Taggart’s Grill/Facebook Taggart’s Grill/Facebook The food here is sublime, but save room for dessert; the carrot cake rates especially high. Try to dine on the back patio. 1105 Taggart Lane, Morgan 14. Takashi, Salt Lake City Takashi/Facebook Takashi/Facebook Possibly the best sushi in Utah. The Yellow Submarine is one of the most popular menu options. 18 W. Market St., Salt Lake City 15. Valter’s Osteria, Salt Lake City Valter’s Osteria/Facebook Valter’s Osteria/Facebook Italian food that will blow you away! If you can’t make up your mind, try the pasta sampler or ask your waiter for tonight’s recommendation - the menu changes frequently. 173 W. Broadway, Salt Lake City Is your favorite on this list? What additions would you make?