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Idle Isle Cafe is the OLDEST restaurant in Utah! It's a family-owned business that has quite a few years behind them. I think they said Idle Isle Cafe opened up in 1920! Idle Isle Cafe has so many vintage original pieces and architecture it's amazing! After watching the Peach Days Parade and then hitting up some rides we were ready to eat! By the way, the parade was STILL going! That's one amazing parade, it was almost 2 hours long! 

Because of Peach Days, Idle Isle Cafe changed up their menu to incorporate all things Peach! If you can, try the Peach Lemonade! 

Idle Isle Cafe rolls are baked fresh every day and man you guys...these might have been the favorite thing. Light, fluffy and SOOOO good. 

The kids meals were brought out on these awesome plates. I'm not sure why, but a separated meal is always awesome with kids. 

Idle Isle Cafe is known for the pot roast and those potatoes were two thumbs up! 

Everything was so, so good. 

I tried the soup of the day, the kale and sausage soup. Spot on. 

Before leaving we thought we better take a few desserts! Their Peach Tarts: AWESOME! Peach SHAKE: Even Better! 

Who's been to Idle Isle Cafe?! What's your favorite?! 

Don't forget to enter our Staycation Giveaway to Brigham City! 

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