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Growing up in Davis County, Layton to be specific, we didn't have a ton of options for eating out. We had "restaurant row" as we called it, most of the restaurants are chains. We have slowly added more locally owned places like Roosters. This is their second location, the first being in Ogden. We were SO excited when we heard they were coming to Layton! 

Although they are know for their brewing, they are also a super kid and family friendly place with exposed brick walls and cozy booths. 

It feels like home when you walk in.

Crayons, always a good idea when you have kids.

We started with the Naughty Fries, and honestly, nothing about these fries are naughty, they are oh, so good. And then to make them even better, they serve them up with 3 incredible dips. I couldn't decided which was my favorite.

Dan teaching the kids proper drink holding etiquette "pinkies up"!

Dan got a half cob salad and the fish tacos. Of course, I sampled both. Amazing. And I highly recommend the Basil Parm House Dressing.

The rest of us couldn't decided on just one, so we got a few things to share including the Pepper Jack Shrimp, Beer Battered Fish 'n' Chips, and Calamari, because the kids had never had it and wanted to try it. We loved all three!

Riz got pizza, because its either that or mac 'n' cheese. He's so predictable, but hey, at least he eats what he orders.

Our eyes were bigger than our stomachs. But somehow, we found a way to fit in a little dessert, because how can you turn down Key Lime Pie and Homemade Root Beer Floats?

That belly, finishing off the float.

We didn't have room for the pumpkin cheese cake or the bread pudding this time, but I can attest, the puddin' is crazy good. We will be back again. And again.


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