Welcome to the exquisitely scenic Moab, Utah, a place where the red rocks meet the sky and create a visual spectacle that is truly breathtaking.
As someone who calls this amazing city home, I've had the privilege of exploring its many culinary delights.
Over the years, I've dined under the stars, enjoyed morning coffees with majestic views, and savored delicacies that are as unique as the landscape here.
This magnificent city is not just about outdoor adventures; it's also a gastronomic treasure trove waiting to be discovered.
Allow me to guide you through the best restaurants in Moab, Utah.
Trust me, your taste buds are in for a treat!
Our aim is not just to guide you to popular eateries but to encourage you to venture out and experience the city's diverse culinary landscape for yourself
Sandbar Lounge Moab
One of the best-kept secrets in the city, the Sandbar Lounge in Moab is a place I find myself returning to time and time again.
It's no ordinary lounge; it's a hidden gem tucked away on the third floor.
But don't let the stairs deter you; it's definitely worth the climb.
A breathtaking panorama of the valley, with the river coursing its way through the landscape, right under your gaze.
It's a sight you'll never tire of - trust me.
Whether it's a sweltering summer day or a lazy afternoon, the Lounge always maintains a cool and comfortable interior.
They serve with a smile and ensure that your glass is never empty for long.
Now let's talk about the menu at Sandbar Lounge.
The steak fingers and onion rings are a hit with everyone.
They're perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
The onion rings are complete with a side of their signature fry sauce - a treat you absolutely must try.
The cheese curds are another crowd favorite - trust me, they're delectable.
For a more substantial meal, I'd highly recommend the roast chicken sandwich.
Every bite is a burst of juicy flavor that leaves you craving more.
The bar might be small, and the beer selection might be limited, but the atmosphere more than makes up for it.
It's the kind of place where you'd want to kick back and relax, perhaps with a book in hand or a friend by your side, while you soak in the stunning views.
Tey’s Home Made Mexican Food
Every city has hidden gems, and for us fortunate folks in Moab, Tey’s Home Made Mexican Food is one of them.
My taste buds had a fiesta the moment I tried their chicharron street tacos.
The harmonious mix of flavor and spice is something to be celebrated.
The sauce they serve on the side?
Just the right heat level to make your meal sing without burning your tongue!
If there's one thing I love about Tey's, it's how they serve up their food.
It's not just about the taste; it's also about the presentation, and they've got that down to an art form.
The steak burritos and grilled chicken tacos are not just meals; they're experiences - hot, flavorsome, and fresh every single time.
Tey's is not just a favorite among us locals; travelers passing through Moab with their trailers find a haven in the ample parking space.
It's a relief to know you can enjoy your meal without worrying about where to park your vehicle.
That's how my friend with his 16-foot travel trailer became a repeat customer, going to Tey's twice during his trip.
The hospitality at Tey’s is second to none.
Even in the pouring rain, their warm smiles and friendly service shine through.
They are so accommodating - they even lend you their umbrella while you wait for your food.
Every bite at Tey’s is a mouthful of home.
My partner, a dedicated burrito connoisseur, swears by their steak burrito.
The chicken is just as delightful, and those little side salsas are a perfect complement.
La Dueña Mexican Kitchen
I've lost count of how many times I've been to La Dueña Mexican Kitchen.
You might think I'm a creature of habit, but it's more about their flavorful and lovingly prepared food that keeps me coming back.
On each visit, I try to order something different.
The birria huaraches, for example, is a taste sensation you must experience.
The birria is full of flavor, juicy and tender, resting on a huarache that's perfectly cooked.
And the tacos?
Don't get me started.
I've had the asada, the carnitas, and the pastor.
Each one surpasses the previous in taste and quality.
The pastor taco, though it might not be everyone's cup of tea, is a delightful surprise; I only wish they would add a touch of pineapple to balance out the flavors.
Now, the wait time can be a bit long, especially when you are famished and craving their tacos.
Once, I waited over 30 minutes for four tacos.
But trust me; it's worth it.
Each dish is made to order with the kind of love and attention you rarely find these days.
Besides, you can always call ahead and ask about the wait time.
And if you need an excuse to linger a bit longer, try their Aguas Frescas.
If you're lucky and melon is in season, go for it.
I guarantee it's the best you'll ever have.
Let me tell you my little secret about the best tacos in the city.
Their name is El Local.
I had the pollo taco there recently, and let me tell you, it was undoubtedly the best I've ever had.
The brisket, oh that brisket, was phenomenal.
The tenderness and the flavors were just perfect.
The warmth and friendliness of the folks running the place are what make the whole experience truly remarkable.
They make you feel at home, and personally ensure everything is just right for you.
They even threw in a free cup of fresh pineapple for my little one, much to his delight!
And the location, it's just perfect.
Nestled between beautiful landscapes, it offers seating both in the front and the back.
And if you are worried about the scorching heat, fear not; they have got you covered with shaded seating.
Trust me; these guys are hands down the best.
The meat is juicy and seasoned to perfection, the toppings are fresh, and the salsa, oh, it hits just the right note.
And the best part is, they won't burn a hole in your pocket.
Bonjour Bakery & Café
There's nothing like starting my day with a trip to the Bonjour Bakery & Café.
The aroma of freshly baked croissants and brewing coffee hits me the moment I step into the small yet modern café.
With only about six tables inside, it's often a cozy affair.
However, the outdoor patio offers additional space for those who, like me, enjoy the morning sun with their breakfast.
It's the food that really makes this place special.
My usual pick is their Avocado Toast.
Packed with flavor, it's the perfect blend of healthy and delicious.
However, for those days I crave something sweet, I can't resist their eclairs or almond croissants.
I often ask them to heat these goodies for that extra bit of comfort.
It's not just me; even my 10-year-old can't resist their tropical smoothie.
That's not all.
The Bonjour Bakery & Café also serves some amazing sandwiches.
Just south of the city, off the beaten track, lies an unassuming food haven - Hidden Cuisine.
While it may not be nestled amidst the hustle and bustle of Moab's main strip, this hidden gem is what you seek if you're after a quiet, delicious breakfast or lunch with an interesting twist.
The first time I walked into Hidden Cuisine, I was immediately drawn to their freshly squeezed juice.
It is the epitome of a refreshing, flavorful invocation of summer in every sip.
While it may be on the pricier side, every dollar is well spent on this delectable drink.
And oh, the biscuits and gravy!
They are a meal unto themselves, and when paired with exquisitely seasoned breakfast potatoes, create an unforgettable gastronomic journey.
The scrambled eggs and eggs over easy; they're just perfect in every way.
During lunch, although the menu options might seem limited, you can still order breakfast all day.
Plus, the quality of the food and the flavors are extraordinary, surprising me every single time.
From the best-poached eggs I've ever tasted to a beautiful terrace with views to die for, Hidden Cuisine undoubtedly offers a tranquil escape from Moab's usual crowds.
The unique selling point of this delightful eatery is its South African influence, a fun and unique trait in Moab.
Although I didn’t notice a lot of specific differences in the breakfast menu, I did try the crêpes, reputed to be the special dish of Hidden Cuisine.
They were a bit dry and lacked a distinct flavor.
A casual stroll away from the bustling main street and tucked away on a quiet side road, you'll find a small yet exceptional treasure, Hells BBQ.
It's a simple, unassuming place with a humble charm that belies the culinary wonders it houses.
It might be a take-out joint, but don’t be fooled by its modesty.
The outdoor seating, though limited, offers an intimate and cozy eating experience.
You can grab a seat under the shade of a tree on one of the picnic tables available and dive into a plate of their smoky, tantalizing barbecue delights.
The distinct, mouth-watering aroma of smoked meats wafting through the air will guide you straight to the source – their heavenly barbecue.
From pulled pork to their intriguingly named 'Carnivore' sandwich, each delicacy is a flavor bomb that leaves you craving more.
One of my personal favorites is the 'Whole Enchilada' sandwich.
Packed with flavor, the meat is unbelievably tender, almost like it melts in your mouth.
Complementing the rich, hearty barbecue fare are their refreshing and uniquely crafted beverages.
The peach raspberry lemonade is a game-changer, with its sweet and tangy notes adding a refreshing twist to your meal.
For those who enjoy a little spice, the cucumber jalapeño lemonade delivers a kick that's flavorful, not overwhelming.
The potato salad here is worth a mention too.
It's an explosion of peppery goodness that adds a unique touch to your plate.
Moab Garage Co.
"Home is where the heart is," they say, and my heart has found its home at Moab Garage Co.
Here, in this warm and inviting café, I've savored countless cups of coffee and indulged in an array of delicious meals.
The aroma of freshly brewed coffee hits me as I walk in, and I'm immediately drawn to the counter.
Of course, I can never say no to their mocha, its chocolatey notes blending perfectly with their robust espresso.
And when I want to mix things up, I opt for their Americano – simple, but full of depth, just how I like it.
But Moab Garage Co.
serves more than just coffee.
They're my go-to spot for breakfast and lunch too.
I fondly remember when I ordered the BLT with an added twist of egg and avocado.
Each bite was a delightful fusion of crispy bacon, ripe avocado, soft egg, and crisp lettuce sandwiched between two slices of their freshly baked bread.
The experience was elevated when I washed it all down with their fresh squeezed orange juice – refreshing, tangy, and sweet, liquid sunshine in a glass.
And for my vegan friends, don’t worry – Moab Garage Co.
has got you covered too.
The vegan garage burrito is a staple in my plant-based friends' diets.
While they sometimes have to add a dash of salt and pepper, they swear it's a small compromise for a hearty vegan meal.
When life gets too routine, and you crave a touch of adventure on a platter, where do you go?
For me, it's always been the Desert Bistro, a charming upscale venue nestled right here in our city.
I remember my first step into the intimate dining setting, immediately noticing the sophisticated wine cellar that added an element of elegance to the place.
It was a cool autumn evening, and the warm, welcoming atmosphere was a pleasant contrast to the chilly weather outside.
They're always on their toes, ensuring you have an exquisite dining experience.
Now, I must say, you pay a fair chunk for a meal here, not your typical weeknight dinner spot.
But the grandeur and attention you receive?
One cannot talk about Desert Bistro without mentioning their scrumptious food.
Sweet Cravings Bakery + Bistro
When you're in the mood for something out of the ordinary, visiting Sweet Cravings Bakery + Bistro is like a small culinary adventure right here in Moab.
Not only do they serve the regular fare, but they also go that extra mile to serve something unique and mind-blowingly delicious.
My mornings often start with a breakfast burrito and a piping hot cup of coffee.
Although a tad bit on the pricier side, it's worth every penny, given the extraordinary taste and the quantity.
And it's not just the food; even their coffee is worth a mention.
The way it complements their breakfast items is something that you must experience to truly appreciate.
If you thought their breakfasts were amazing, wait till you try their lunchtime offerings.
My personal favorites are the Samson and Thai wrap.
If I had to describe them in one word, I'd say - divine.
They also serve sides like bacon, potato salad, and coleslaw, which are quite good.
And then, the sweet tooth kicks in.
From brownie bites to lemon cakes, the bakery has a sweet treat for every palate.
While the lemon cake was a tad too sweet for me, the brownie bites were just perfect.
A trip to Moab wouldn't be complete without a visit to Sweet Cravings Bakery + Bistro.
Horizon View Restaurant
Oh, Moab, you never cease to amaze me with your hidden culinary treasures.
Just when you think you've tried every eatery in the city, a new place pops up that completely changes the game.
Ladies and Gents, let me introduce you to the Horizon View Restaurant, which recently opened and already making waves with their fantastic food and incredible views.
The first time I walked into this newly renovated place, I was immediately taken by the modern surroundings.
I decided to try the chicken sandwich, and let me tell you; it was a gastronomical delight!
Each bite was filled with exquisite flavors that made me close my eyes in sheer joy.
And the fries were, hands down, the best fries I've ever had.
Crispy, seasoned to perfection, and insanely delicious.
My other half, not a big fan of poultry, opted for the fish and chips.
The fish was a lovely, large piece, lightly battered and not at all greasy.
Now, you should know Horizon View is not just about the food.
The service is top-notch as well.
The bartenders also know their craft well.
I ordered a cowboy margarita and a spicy margarita that were so well made I found myself asking for a third round.
Away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, just a quick 5-minute drive south, Horizon View is a beacon of great food, amazing cocktails, and friendly service.
Tacos El Gordo
Ah, the joys of living in Moab just got sweeter, thanks to the street food market, which houses some of the best food trucks in the city.
One of them, Tacos El Gordo, has become something of a local legend.
Having Tacos El Gordo in our backyard is like having a slice of Mexico within reach.
Their menu offers a variety of meats to choose from for your tacos, but I must say, their carnitas and steak always hit the spot.
It's three tacos for $9, a local delicacy that's light on your pocket but heavy on taste.
Visiting the food truck park in the middle of the day when the sun is high and the air is filled with exciting aromas is a typical weekend treat for me.
The asada tacos paired with a chilled soda for just $12 is a combo that never fails to satisfy my midday cravings.
But the star of the show at Tacos El Gordo is the shrimp burrito.
Trust me when I say it's the best burrito you've ever had!
Filled with savory beans, just the right amount of stringy cheese, and topped with tomatillo sauce, it's a culinary masterpiece.
And the cherry on the top?
Their excellent customer service.
Canyon Steak & Waffle
"Once a regular diner, always a regular diner!" – that's what I always say about my beloved Canyon Steak & Waffle.
Nestled in the heart of Moab, this cozy eatery has been my go-to for traditional comfort food for years.
Now let's talk about the food at Canyon Steak & Waffle.
When you walk in, you're hit with the tantalizing aroma of sizzling steak and freshly made waffles.
Don't even get me started on their French toast; it's the best I've ever tasted, with a unique crunch from frosted flakes.
Trust me; the taste is nothing short of heavenly.
And for the coffee enthusiasts, you're in for a treat.
Their latte surpasses the standard coffee shop fare by miles.
It's the perfect pick-me-up whether you've got a long day ahead or are just winding down after a long week.
One of my personal favorites is the veggie omelet.
It's packed with fresh vegetables, with a perfect balance that ensures no single ingredient overpowers the others.
And boy, do they know how to do hash browns right!
Moab Canyon Pizza Co.
"There's no place like home," especially when the home is in Moab, Utah, and pizza from Moab Canyon Pizza Co. is on the dinner menu.
Nestled in the heart of Moab, this pizza joint has quickly become a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike.
Whenever I find myself yearning for a slice of heaven, I know I can find it here at Moab Canyon Pizza Co.
Dining at this place is more than a gastronomic adventure; it's a community experience.
The long communal tables foster an inviting ambiance, perfect for making new friends or catching up with old ones.
I've had some of the most memorable conversations over a freshly baked pizza here.
Their variety of pizza flavors caters to all taste buds.
My absolute favorite is their Volcano pizza, a perfect fusion of heat and flavor.
It's spicy enough to kick your taste buds into overdrive but not too overwhelming that it puts off those who can't handle the heat.
If you prefer a milder yet equally delicious option, their Godfather pizza is a must-try.
The fresh basil sprinkled on top truly elevates the whole dining experience.
If you think pizza is all they do best, wait till you try their garlic bread twists.
They're the perfect companion to a cheesy pizza or just fantastic on their own.
A bite into these golden twists reveals a soft, fluffy interior that's incredibly addictive.
Ever since I first walked into El Tapatio, it became my go-to spot for Mexican food.
When it comes to food, El Tapatio never disappoints.
The portions are massive, so rest assured, you won't leave with an empty stomach.
They serve some dishes that are perfectly seasoned, fresh, and absolutely delightful - a testament to the rich Mexican culinary tradition that they proudly uphold.
Every bite brings a burst of flavors that dance on your palate, making it hard not to dream about the next visit.
Dewey's Restaurant and Bar
There's nothing quite like a Friday night at Dewey's Restaurant and Bar.
You walk in, and immediately the scent of savory dishes fills your nostrils.
The aroma of freshly made pasta, sizzling burgers, and meat plates makes your stomach rumble in anticipation.
And let's not forget the craft beer, always on tap, ready to soothe your thirst.
You barely get a chance to open the menu before being ushered to a table.
The bustle around you is energetic yet not overwhelming – a perfect balance for a relaxing evening.
Ordering from the menu is like selecting your favorite comforting home-cooked dish.
The portions are generous, and the food is lip-smackingly delicious.
The chips and salsa, with its smoky flavor, are a must-try.
If you're in the mood for something heavier, go for the meatloaf dinner or the children's chicken fingers.
They are big, and the fries accompanying them are just right.
And don't forget to leave some room for dessert.
The apple pie is simply divine.
It's like a sweet treat sent down from the heavens, a perfect end to a hearty meal.
However, the service at Dewey's may sometimes waver.
There are days you might feel a little overlooked.
But stay patient; the food will more than make up for it.
Even if the Poblano Burger comes out overcooked, it's still tasty, and the frozen variety fries are surprisingly good, especially when paired with the beer cheddar soup.
Il Posto Rosso
When the sun fades on a typical Moab day, one of my favorite places to retreat is Il Posto Rosso.
Tucked away on the main street, this little gem never fails to impress me with its warm service and inventive dishes.
My last visit there was, as usual, fantastic.
The moment you step in, you get wrapped in this lovely small, simple vibe that makes you feel at home.
As I prefer to dine out on a whim, I usually don't have a reservation, but they've always accommodated me.
On this particular day, I was served by a charming young man, Tyler.
He was attentive and incredibly helpful with my cocktail choice.
The menu is a haven for foodies, filled with creative combinations that are executed perfectly.
I recall the cauliflower with pesto, which was a delight to the taste buds.
Not to mention the mouth-watering affogato dessert.
But what truly stands out for me is their commitment to using local ingredients in their dishes.
This was reflected in their well-seasoned chicken, which was just a culinary delight.
But it's not just the regular menu that's impressive.
For mains, I opted for the arriabata and it was so good that I can still remember the taste.
Singha Thai Cuisine
As the sun sets and my stomach growls after a long day of hiking in the breathtaking landscape of Moab, I know exactly where I like to go to satiate my hunger.
Singha Thai Cuisine is my go-to place, serving those divine Thai flavors that never fail to entice me.
Their simple and straightforward approach to Thai cuisine is quite a charming allure, as is the welcoming café vibe filled with traditional art.
Their menu offers a wide selection of entrees, and the best part is you can select your desired spice level for each dish, ranging from 0 to 5.
My absolute favorite is the Sriracha Fried Rice, which has just the perfect touch of spiciness for my palate.
It isn't a visit to Singha Thai without trying this dish.
Their Crab Rangoon is a delight to the senses as well, leaving your tastebuds yearning for more.
Another commendable factor about Singha Thai is their vegetarian options.
Their Pineapple Fried Rice sans egg, coupled with their Thai Green Curry, is a vegetarian's delight.
And for fellow locals who are sensitive to seafood, rest assured; there's absolutely no trace of seafood smell in their dishes.
Although the dessert section could use a little improvement, particularly the fried ice cream batter, it doesn't take away from the overall dining experience.
Sultan Mediterranean Grill
Picture this: a bustling day in Moab, the sun high and hot, your stomach rumbling from all the adventure.
What better place to retreat and refuel than the Sultan Mediterranean Grill?
Trust me; this is a must-visit local spot that offers an incredible array of Greek and Lebanese dishes that will leave you craving more.
Sink your teeth into the gyro wrap - the tender, flavor-packed meat wrapped in fresh, fluffy pita is nothing short of a culinary delight.
Pair it with the artichoke salad, a refreshing blend of crunch and taste, perfect for the sunny Moab weather.
If you're feeling a little indulgent, go for the lamb chops.
Prepared to perfection, each bite is a burst of juicy goodness.
They also serve an amazing selection of sharing plates, including the delectable lamb and beef kabob.
But wait, there's more!
The Sultan Mediterranean Grill is famous for its lunchtime pitta sandwiches, too.
These are an absolute treat.
You can't leave without trying their Babaganoush, a smoky, creamy eggplant dip that sends your taste buds straight to the Mediterranean.
And for those with a sweet tooth, the baklava dessert served warm with vanilla ice cream and crushed pistachio is heaven on a plate.
Sweet, nutty, and oh-so-satisfying, it's the perfect way to round off a hearty meal.
Besides the delectable offerings, the service at Sultan Mediterranean Grill is excellent, and the atmosphere is warm and inviting - a true haven in the heart of Moab.
Thai Bella Moab
You wouldn't normally look for a Thai restaurant in the heart of red rock country, but Thai Bella Moab manages to bring the authentic taste of Thailand right here to Moab.
Nestled in our small desert city, the restaurant creates a lively buzz with an enticing menu featuring spicy curries, savory noodles, and other beloved Thai classics.
One day, on my way back from a strenuous hiking trip, I decided to stop there.
The place was packed, a testament to its popularity among locals and tourists.
And oh, the food!
The Boat Noodles, with the right amount of heat, filled my mouth with a burst of flavors.
As a fan of spicy food, they got my spice level just right.
My visits have become more frequent since then.
Have you ever wondered where the locals go for an all-day breakfast or a meal served with a signature green chili sauce?
Well, let me clue you in on one of my favorite spots - the Moab Diner.
This retro-inspired eatery is more than just a diner - it's a neighborhood hub where everyone feels at home.
As you step into the Moab Diner, you're greeted by the buzz of local chatter reverberating off its retro surroundings.
Oh, it's diverse and teeming with mouth-watering options!
You can't go wrong with a chicken sandwich slathered in bacon and ranch.
But what really stands out is their all-day breakfast, particularly their gravy - a delight for every gravy-lover out there.
But let me tell you about their signature green chili sauce.
It's a unique treat that you must try.
I remember the first time I bit into a steak-smothered burrito drenched in this sauce - it was a flavor explosion.
Do you know what I love the most about mornings in our city?
The delicious aroma of sizzling bacon and fresh-brewed coffee wafts from the Jailhouse Café as I stroll by.
It's been my breakfast sanctuary for quite some time now.
This lovely café, tucked in the heart of our community, has a patio that's a perfect spot for a peaceful breakfast.
I find myself sitting there most mornings, enjoying the gentle breeze and the homely atmosphere.
Last week, I ordered scrambled eggs with soul food bacon and seasoned potatoes.
With each bite, I could tell the ingredients were fresh, and the seasoning was just right.
Coupled with a warm cup of coffee, it was the perfect meal to kickstart my day.
One thing that sets this place apart is the swift service.
It's a blessing, especially when you're in a rush.
The menu may not be extensive like other breakfast joints, but they have some real gems.
I remember trying their pepper omelet and potatoes once, and boy, was it a delight!
If the food at a real jailhouse was this good, I wouldn't mind being a prisoner.
River Grill Restaurant
Every now and then, I find myself driving out to Moab, drawn to the stunning natural beauty of arches national park, and more often than not, my trip wouldn't be complete without a stop at the River Grill Restaurant.
Nestled right by the Colorado River, this spot is more than just a restaurant; it's a haven of tranquillity that perfectly complements the surrounding Utah scenery.
From the moment you walk in, you're immediately taken in by the warm and welcoming atmosphere the place exudes.
It's the kind of place where you could easily lose track of time enjoying a romantic dinner or a fun night out with friends after exploring the arches.
Then there's the food; oh, the food!
Whether it's the tender chicken or the perfectly cooked steak, everything here is a gastronomic delight.
And to top it all off, their ice cream is simply the cherry on top.
If there's one thing that truly sets the River Grill apart, it's the breathtaking view of the Colorado River.
There's nothing quite like sitting on the patio, feeling the cool breeze against your skin while watching the river flow.
It's a sight that never grows old and one that adds that extra dash of magic to every meal.
On days when I'm in the mood for something lighter, their chicken sandwich is my go-to meal.
It's not just a sandwich; it's an experience.
It's large, filling, and utterly delicious.
Pair that with a refreshing drink sprinkled with fresh raspberries, and you've got the perfect lunch.
Susie's Branding Iron Restaurant
Let me tell you about an unassuming dining spot right here in our homely city, Susie's Branding Iron Restaurant.
Known for its home-style cooking, it's a place to unwind and let your taste buds explore.
I remember my first time there; I was intrigued by their homemade taquitos.
They're so well put together that the toothpicks holding them are hard to spot!
I learned the hard way when I bit into one.
So, word of caution, look out for those toothpicks!
Their mushroom Swiss burger isn’t the most flavorful I’ve had, but there's something about its simplicity that I appreciate.
They go easy on the seasoning, which makes the mushrooms and Swiss cheese shine more.
The homemade fries might not be my favorite, but I know folks who swear by them.
If you've got a little one tagging along, their Kraft Mac is a safe bet.
It even won the approval of my notoriously picky 7-year-old nephew!
I've been hearing rave reviews about their breakfast, so I must give that a try soon.
But what struck me the most was their Navajo taco.
It's essentially a fried bread taco, a tasty modified version of a classic.
I admit, it seems more of a novelty than a traditionally authentic dish, but it's a filling meal after a day spent exploring our beautiful parks.
One quirky thing you should know is their donuts.
They're the same fried bread that’s used for their Navajo tacos, just eaten differently.
Pour some honey over it, and voila, you've got a donut!
It's almost like a fun little secret, isn't it?
After years of exploring the culinary scene in Moab, each delicious experience has left me more impressed than the last.
Whether you are a food adventurer or a picky eater, this city will surprise and delight your palate.
So next time you find yourself in Moab, make sure you bring your appetite.
The eateries here guarantee a gastronomic journey that's as unforgettable as the stunning landscapes surrounding us.