2305 Highland Dr, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8410640.720526 -111.857421
Neighborhoods: Sugar House
Great Breakfast! – Only have been here once but it was a pleasurable experience. Got the Chicken Fried Steak breakfast and it was GOOD!!! Just don't put your hat on the table hahahaha
Rocky Mountain Grill Rocks! – I love to eat here. It is such a friendly atmosphere. Margie, Lori, Betty & Hector all treat you like family. They server delicous food and love to chat.
Don't miss out on this restaurant experience!
Wonderful Neighborhood Cafe – We have now gone to this great little spot half a dozen times, and each time we walk away a little more impressed with the place. The food has always been amazing for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Not only is it good food, but the prices are reasonable and you always feel like you got your monies worth. French Fries are fresh cut, crispy and perfectly seasoned. Soups are homemade and incredibly tasty. I had a pork roast, mashed potatoes, and mixed veggies tonight that I just couldn't stop eating. My husband got their amazing chicken pot pie, that had him silent the whole meal. If you haven't had the opportunity to stop in, you really should. We drove by so many times in the past..and are now kicking ourselves for not going in earlier. :)
Friendly Service, Great Food, Great price – This is my favorite breakfast haunt and the fact that it is usually filled with "regulars" is a testament to the greatness of this place. I reserved half the place for my wedding breakfast with about 30 people from out of town and we had the best service, food, and everyone had a great time.
Yes, their ways are a little unorthodoxed (sometimes we help out when busy and bus the table we want), they verbally abuse you in a loving manner, but that it was makes me want to come back again and again. It's like going over to a good friends house that knows how to give you a hard time.
If you can't handle it go wait in line at the pancake house.
Poor Service, Employees with Attitudes, but Good Food – I am an out of towner but from Utah. I went to RMG with work friends from Florida and Texas. We had heard the food was great. As it turned out, that was the only thing that was good. There was nobody at the door/reception to tell us we would have to wait - and we waited! Once we were seated, the waitress was extremely slow in bringing water and coming back to take our order. We finished our meal and tried to get her attention to get the bill but we couldn't get her attention. I actually got up and went to her to ask for the bill and she acted as if we were imposing on her time. "I'll get it to you, don't worry," were her exact words. We wanted to leave to get back to the office but couldn't because she had an attitude and even laughed when she said that to us. Not only were my friends very displeased with this restaurant, they had very unhappy things to say about their trip to Utah, thanks to restaurants and employees like this. Sorry, not going back and will not recommend it to anyone.
A pleasant suprize – I've often driven by this plain looking cafe, but didn't bother to stop expecting the same old stand bys. We were greeted by Betty the waitress as we came in and kept up a running patter as she made suggestions for lunch. The shrimp bisque she recc was delicious. Nice selection of homemade items not seen everywhere. Bread and fries were extremely fresh. She even offered to send a refill of my iced tea to go (at no extra charge), because it was a slow day. A pleasant find.
Kinda scary – After a bizarre experience at this place that involved dozens of mistakes by the server and a payment snafu that completely taxed the combined brain power of several employees, we were finally walking out the door when our server asked "So where would you like to sit?"
Beware of the "regulars" who stare at you when you walk in the door as if to say a. "fresh genes for the pool!" or b. "SAVE ME! I'M TRAPPED AND CAN'T GET OUT!"
When you're half-asleep and need an omelet and a cup of coffee, head right in. – The Scene
It's your typical neighborhood coffee shop?with a view of a state liquor store across busy Highland Drive. There's plenty of parking in the back. Service can be a bit spotty in the morning as one over-rushed waitress tries to seat people, cover the 20-or-so tables and run the cash register.
You can't go wrong with the spinach-feta-tomato-bacon omelet. Other solid choices are the vegetarian frittata and huevos rancheros. Kids will love ''pigs in a blanket''--link sausages rolled in pancakes. Lunch and dinner are also available. Lunch favorites include homemade chicken pot pie and 21 varieties of sandwiches.
Nice little hole in the wall – This place is located on busy Highland Drive, but it's pretty easy to miss (or dismiss). But once inside, you'll find the restaurant is quite charming. The food is good (nice sandwiches and soups) and the service is friendly.
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