You’ll Absolutely Love This 50s Themed Diner In Utah
You’ll find retro diners all over the Beehive State, and here’s one that’s been an icon in Sugarhouse for decades. The next time you’re craving a tasty breakfast, head to Blue Plate Diner.
Blue Plate Diner has been an icon in the Sugarhouse area for decades.
It's located at 2041 S. 2100 E., Salt Lake City.
From the moment you step inside this little diner, you'll be charmed by the vintage vibe.
From the postcards along the ceiling to the license plates on the wall, this diner is full of kitschy cuteness.
The vintage bar was brought in from the old Salina Drug, and it really does feel like you're back in the 1950s when you climb up on one of these stools.
The jukebox is just one of many fabulous fifties touches here.
The condiments at your table are organized in a vintage metal lunch box.
This will take you right back to your elementary school days.
This place really shines when it comes to home-cooked breakfasts.
The corned beef hash is legendary, and the portions are huge.
The Blue Plate Benedict is one of the house specialties.
The eggs Benedict is served over fluffy homemade biscuits and smoke ham, and covered with country gravy.
If you're stopping by for lunch, you'll definitely want to try one of the burritos.
Make sure to get yours smothered with chile verde.
The sandwiches on the menu are tasty, too.
Is there anything more 1950s than a club sandwich?
Visit Blue Plate Diner seven days a week.
It's open Sunday through Thursday from 7 AM to 9 PM; Friday and Saturday 7 AM to 10 PM.
Have you enjoyed breakfast at Blue Plate Diner? Tell us about your experience there!
Here’s another great retro diner –
check out Road Island Diner in Oakley.
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