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The Spicy Lady - Heber City

by Bob Winter May 4 2009 0 Comments

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Headed back from the 'bird (you know it's still open, right)?  Stop over at The Spicy Lady and see what it's all about.

Here are a few quotes from a review in Cowboys and Indians.

The Spicy Lady features a menu created by Wurfbain with what he calls "international peasant food" — recipes he picked up during his travels around the globe.

Everything is homemade — even the mayonnaise and salad dressing. The restaurant's Old West ambience makes it a great place to enjoy the comfort food.

Of course you can always opt to forgo a meal and have a drink at the oldest original bar in Utah, which evokes Western saloons of yesteryear.

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Bob Winter

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Bob Winter

I live for winter, from skiing to snowboarding to bobsledding to aprés skiing, it's all good. I live in Utah because it always snows here.

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