Chuck-A-Rama turns 50!

Chuck-A-Rama turns 50!

Did you know that Chuck-A-Rama is local to Salt Lake City? The first store was built in 1966 in Salt Lake City on 400 S. Lunch was $1.00 and dinner was $1.50.

Where'd the name come from?

A Chuckwagon is a pioneer term and guess what this wagon brought? FOOD. That's right, it was a rolling kitchen. "A-Rama" comes from the term "Scout-A-Rama" which is tied to the Boy Scouts of America, which all three founders were big supporters of.

Much of their food is local to Utah, even some of their drinks, like the Apple Beer. Many of the recipes are original family recipes and even some are employee and friend recipes that have been passed down. Everything is made the morning of.

Chuck-A-Rama also claims to be the only restaurant in Utah to carry Coke and Pepsi products. (For those of you who are particular.)

The family still owns Chuck-A-Rama and some of them have been working there for 40+ years!

September 7th is the Birthday Party and you are all invited!

There will be cupcakes, drawings, discounts, a photobooth and of course the buffet. If you dress up Old West style you might get something extra special! So go and spin the wheel to win prizes, discounts, free meals and other prizes!

All locations are participating in the party!


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