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First of all, I'd like to thank everyone for all the wonderful support and well wishing. I'm so excited that you guys are interested. You have inspired me to plan a bunch more adventures that I'll tell you all about.
A few of you mentioned some improvements that could be made. So I've added an email following link and changed the annoying comment button so everyone can comment. Thanks for your suggestions.
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Welcome to All About Utah!
I'm excited to be able to share some of my good finds with you. I thought I'd start off with a bang and do a little give away for all of you Utah foodies!
$20 gift card to Cafe Rio!!
ClosedCafe Rio is one of my all time favorite places to eat in Utah. Frankly, it's a serious favorite for most people here, but totally a classic and so we can celebrate it together. (Cool kids like the pork taco salad!)
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Give away closes Sunday at midnight. Winners announced Monday.
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A friend of mine told me about the most amazing Chinese place. She told me that there was no better Chinese food in all of Utah. I told her, I would be the judge of that.
She was right...
This is David's Kitchen on 33rd.
We tried the Foundry Grill at Sundance this weekend. The food was really good.
If you appreciate good food, but you'd like to stay casually dressed, this is a great place. The atmosphere was casual. It was the perfect place to eat, chat, and enjoy.
I am from Wisconsin. That means I like cheese and fried stuff. One of our family favorites is a Wisconsin based restaurant called Culver's. After moving to Utah my family went through Culver's with drawls. Then we discovered that there is a Culver's right here in our own back yard.
We wanted to take the kids skiing. None of them had ever been skiing before. My husband and I enjoy skiing quite a bit and wanted our kids (ages 7-11) to have the same experiences. After recently moving to Utah we decided it was time to start teaching them the basics.
I looked up lots of places and prices but it seemed like so much money. I didn't want to spend hundreds and have them decide skiing wasn't for them.
Then I stumbled upon this web page. You can see it HERE.
One of my favorite finds in American Fork is Shirley's Bakery. They have melt in your mouth rolls. They also have a wonderful selection of cinnamon rolls, breads, cookies, pastries and more.
We took the kids for a night of fun at Jack and Jill's. We bowled, we played lazer tag, we did the arcade, and ate pizza. It was the coolest!
We had so much fun together. They have the best deals so you won't break the bank having fun. Everyday they run an after school special until 5. It's $8.50 for one game of lazer tag, bowling with shoes, and a $5 arcade card. The best part is, you can spend the arcade card anywhere in the entire store. If you want games, pizza, soda-- whatever, it works.
We took the kids ice skating for the first time the other day.
We took them to the Seven Peaks Arena in Provo. They have so much to offer. Aside from public ice skating, they do skating lessons, birthday parties, ice hockey for all ages, floor hockey, curling, indoor soccer and so much more.