A new food hall opened recently in Provo. Under its roof are seven restaurants. The owners hope friends and families will be able to come and not have to compromise on what to eat.
The restaurant scene in Utah is thriving, and new restaurants must find a way to carve out their portion of the market. Finding the best location to build a restaurant is crucial to a new venture’s success. While Provo’s student and family based market works for some, it’s not the best fit for every type of restaurant.
Utah food truck Jurassic Tacos announced they will be opening a new storefront in Provo in early 2020.
Provo citizens are finding it difficult to navigate around the newly constructed median on the west side of Cougar Blvd. in Provo, but employees of businesses in the area say business hasn't been adversely affected.
Students who are unable to go home for Thanksgiving have several options to get their "turkey fix" on turkey day, not the least of which is "Friendsgiving," a celebration where friends gather to eat on or near Thanksgiving day.
What Utah County lacks in bars and pubs, it more than makes up for in its true vice: sugar. Growing trends in dessert companies have created an overwhelming amount of choices for sweets enthusiasts. While some of these businesses succeed in this sugar-saturated market, others don’t.