I feel like Historic 25th Street in Ogden is it's own little hidden gem. I spent practically every Sunday and summer day at my grandma's in Ogden. She had almost an acre of land with lots of yard work for us to do, so we never left her yard much. Matlock came on at one so Gram's would let us stop working and she'd pick up some McDonald's for lunch. We had a few hours to go inside and play Nintendo. Even when I was a kid, Ogden still kind of had a bad reputation, but like I said in our Mural Post, that's all changing! Yes, Downtown Ogden used to have 90 bars in a block radius, but not anymore! Downtown Ogden is up and coming people! Historic 25th Street has so many unique businesses and delectable foods. In the summer the whole street is bustling with car shows, Farmer's Markets and Cowboy shows! Be sure to watch for our calendar coming soon.
We just had to try the Sugar Cookie Doughnuts.
It was super fun to have a girls day. It doesn't happen often.
Sweet little Aberdeen was just content to sit on the floor (got to keep it real mamas, floor sitting happens.)
Historic 25th Street is just one of the many amazing places to check off your list for Ogden. One of my favorite websites is Indie Ogden is all about Ogden and honestly, it's because of her website that I fell in love with O-town. Every city in Utah has a deep history...do you know it? Want to share it? We'd love to hear it.
The Bake Shop is within Grounds for Coffee!