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Farm-to-table, family-friendly dining in Utah. The local Back 40 Ranch House Grill provides food made with fresh, local ingredients from Heber Valley and the surrounding area. The yurt offers a cozy environment for winter dining, and the spacious outdoor patio is a perfect setting for the summer season. Stunning views of the expansive acreage and Mount Timpanogos abound.
The original restaurant structure was a ranch house built in the fields over 80 years ago. It was moved to its current location in the late 1940s to become Heber Valley's first bar. The north half of the building was added in the mid-1980s. The newest renovation occurred in 2015, filling and emptying 13 large dumpsters. All reusable timbers and building materials were repurposed to stay true to our sustainable motives. In addition, all windows, doors, and light fixtures were purchased from the local re-store, recycle center, or private individuals. The tabletops were made from solid panel doors, and the pendant lights were cut from wine bottles from the recycle center. The wainscoting in the bathrooms is made of brown paper grocery bags.