Discover a New Culinary Scene During Ogden Restaurant Week

March 18 2016

Ogden, Utah- Dine out and indulge at the 4th annual Ogden Restaurant Week presented by US Foods, April 7-17th. During this 10 day “week” two-dozen locally owned and independent restaurants in Downtown Ogden will be offering a fixed two-course lunch for $10 or a three-course dinner for $17.

“We have something for every budget and price point,” said Steve Ballard, owner of Sonora Grill and Thai Curry Kitchen. “Our goal is to let people know how spectacular and affordable the independently owned and operated dining scene is here in Ogden. During Ogden Restaurant Week, we offer a multiple-course, lower-priced menu so that diners can sample something new or enjoy a few of their favorites.”

Each restaurant will offer a unique Restaurant Week menu with several different choices of entrees, appetizers and desserts, giving foodies and casual diners alike; the chance to explore scrumptious eats at a lower price point. Participating restaurants will continue to offer regular menu items at regular prices alongside their Ogden Restaurant Week menu. Tickets and passes aren’t necessary during this culinary event; show up at any participating location or call ahead to make a reservation to ensure your chance to explore a new dining experience.

“Restaurant Week is a great time to try something new and take advantage of a two or three-course meal,” said Tona Sushi Bar and Grill owner, Tina Yu. “For us this is a way to welcome new diners and show appreciation to our long term customers who support us all year. Plus everyone who dines with us will be getting an exceptional dinner at a great value.”

Ogden Restaurant Week is also running various contests on social media outlets that include gift cards from participating restaurants to those who share savory finds on Facebook, tagging Ogden Restaurant Week, or share on Instagram using @OgdenRestaurantWeek and #OgdenRestaurantWeek. For all of the scrumptious details on the go, download the One Ogden mobile app for Android or iPhone.

For those traveling by train to Ogden, most of the participating restaurants are a short walk from the FrontRunner platform at the UTA Intermodal Hub.


Participating restaurants include:

Bangkok Garden

Brixton's Baked Potato

Even Stevens

A Good Life Cafe & Juice Bar

Harley & Bucks 

Hearth on 25th

Huntsville Barbeque Company

Lighthouse Lounge

Lucky Slice Pizza

MacCool’s Public House

Pig and a Jelly Jar 

Prairie Schooner Steakhouse

Restaurant 1107 

Rooster’s Brewing Company

Rovali’s Italian Ristorante'

Slackwater Pizzeria & Pub

Smokey's BBQ and Grill

Sonora Grill

Thai Curry Kitchen 

Tona Sushi Bar and Grill

Tokyo Station Teppanyaki & Sushi

Union Grill 

Warren's Craft Burger

Zucca Trattoria

For more information and a peek of the menus visit

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About Ogden Restaurant Week

Ogden Restaurant Week was established in 2013 by local and independently owned restaurants in downtown Ogden. During Ogden Restaurant Week local downtown restaurants will offer a special Restaurant Week menu with several different choices of entrees, appetizers and desserts, giving epicures and casual diners alike, the chance to explore scrumptious eats at discounted prices. To learn more about Ogden Restaurant Week, go to

About Visit Ogden

The greater Ogden area has been continually marked as one of Utah’s leading destinations for travel and recreation. Outside and National Geographic Adventure Magazine both declared Ogden as “one of the top ten best places to live.”

Ogden, the crossroads of the west, located in Weber County is 45 minutes north of the Salt Lake International Airport. The area inspires visitors with more than 170,000 acres of National Forest, three ski resorts, more than 210 miles of single-track trail for hiking and mountain biking and 13,000 acres of lakes connected by pristine rivers for paddle sports and fishing. For additional information visit


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