With over 30 local restaurants in Heber Valley, you’re guaranteed an amazing meal that will match any craving. It’s particularly unique for an area to have so many non-chain restaurants with delicious food and that means every dining experience can be a memorable one.
If you’re in a hurry, planning your next trip to Heber Valley or just stopping by for an afternoon adventure or event, here are some local eateries that are worth a try. Many of the highlighted places serve multiple meals, so if you can’t stop by for breakfast, check out the restaurant’s website to see if they're still serving throughout the day!
Photo Credit: Fanny’s Grill
There’s nothing like starting the day off right with a wonderful homestyle cooked breakfast. Pancakes, waffles, eggs and bacon or biscuits and gravy, the choice is always yours. Many local restaurants in Heber Valley provide the best breakfast for your vacation.
There’s nothing like a home-cooked meal at Fanny's Grill that reminds you of home in the morning. Made with local ingredients, you can eat with a beautiful view of the outdoor golf courses, inside with televisions by the grill and patio dining for a truly immersive dining experience in Heber Valley.
Daniels Summit Lodge Pole Grill is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Partake of a truly American meal when you sample their Texan beef steak with biscuits and gravy. Yes, that’s for breakfast! French toast, waffles, bacon and the Cowboy Benedict eggs are other American meals perfect for a family feast. If you come back for dinner or are lodging at Daniels Summit Lodge, you can also have all-American BBQ and steak.
A year-round restaurant located at Soldier Hollow Golf Course, The Soldier Hollow Grill also serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Available every day until 11:30 a.m., you can eat ham and eggs or take your pick from the tall or short stack of pancakes. What’s different here, is the restaurant has a special summer and winter catering menu that’s hard to beat.
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After all the morning adventures, it’s time to satisfy the rumbling stomach with food that can fuel afternoon plans in the area.
With artisan street food made from scratch, Lola's Street Kitchen is a local restaurant and food truck that locally sources their food. With a simple but unique menu, you can choose from burgers, salads and sandwiches. For example, try the Utah Peach & Chicken Nugz salad with gourmet chicken nuggets, a blue moon burger or Portabella Truffle Melt.
Is there anyone who doesn’t like traditional, wood-fired Italian pizza? For seven years in a row, Cafe Galleria was awarded Best in State for their Pizza. Often, they will have live music serenade you while you relish in the delectable specialty of what many would call favorite comfort food.
Spin Cafe is known for fresh, from-scratch cooking with a fun “spin.” Choose from the daily specials or from the wide variety of menus including a vegetarian and gluten-free menu. With their eclectic entrees, you’re bound to find something for every member of the family including rice bowls, house-smoked wings, real onion rings and the best blue dressing in Utah.
Over 15 years, Dairy Keen Home of the Train won 28 Best of State medals. With so many awards, you can’t miss this stop for lunch to try their gluten-free burger or even for a snack to try to their award-winning shakes.
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If you’re a food fanatic with a sweet tooth, there are plenty of local eateries that will bring you the sugar rush you desire.
The Midway Bakery on Main makes bread, cinnamon rolls, muffins, cupcakes and more that will leave your mouth watering until you order one for yourself. But be careful! Some of the sweets are so big, they might need to be shared among friends.
If you want sweet and savory treats, June Pie is the place for you. With a whole selection of pies, you can choose from a wide variety of pot roast pie, quiche and chicken pot pie to the apple crumble, pumpkin and chocolate cream. Assorted hand pies are also available for a delicious pie on the go.
Stop by Suss Cookies Co. for that sweet treat that will hit the spot. With multiple different flavors, you can also order these cookies online and get them shipped to your home when you’re not on vacation as well as to your hotel! Receive a little bit of Heber Valley straight to your door. Whether it’s one cookie, half a dozen, a dozen or a subscription to the cookie club, you’ll love Suss Cookies.
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To bring an adventurous and memorable day to a close, sit with family and friends over a relaxing meal as you watch the sunset on Heber Valley. This day might be at an end, but there are always more adventures and restaurants still waiting to be experienced. Try these high-quality establishments for dinner.
As with a few of the local restaurants in Heber Valley, Back 40 Ranch House Grill boasts of their farm to table service philosophy. This quaint family-friendly restaurant was an original ranch house that was built over 80 years ago and has been rebuilt using the same materials to create this comfortable atmosphere.
A fine European dining experience, Z Chop Haus is located at Zermatt Resort. This prime steakhouse proudly serves only the finest cut of local aged steaks. Their signature dishes include the Bone-In Ribeye and Crème Brûlée. Truly a pleasing way to end the day.
With the motto “Family, Friends, Food and Fire,” Midway Mercantile is a family-friendly restaurant where you know you’re taken care of. The Bonner brothers built the Midway Mercantile building in 1874 and now, over 140 years later, they continue to serve. Enjoy a relaxing meal here that might consist of salad, cheese fondue, hand-made pasta, Roasted Chicken Breast Masala and more.
From American and BBQ to European and Mexican, make your next trip to Heber Valley memorable as you feast on fresh foods that will leave you stuffed and satisfied.
Learn more about Heber Valley’s dining options, here.