Steph here, Saturday we took the kids to see Jurassic World with their cousins (giving it 2 thumbs up). I dare say it was better than the first! After the movie we decided all you can eat pizza sounded like the perfect fit for our crew. We had never been to Pizza Pie Cafe so we were excited to try it out. We always love trying new places. And really, how can you go wrong with over 20 pizzas to choose from. Toppings like mac n cheese, and chicken ranch, the kids actually tried something other than plain cheese. We
With temperatures in the triple digits we decided a cool treat was a necessity. So we dug around a little to find a fun new place to take the kids and came across Sip’n Swirl in Bountiful. They offer sort of a smorgasbord of delicious treats and drinks with a few savory dishes to balance things out. Picture the frozen yogurt bars you see everywhere, on steroids! Seriously, so many options it took me awhile to narrow down what I really wanted. (Which ended up being a couple of different things, because I am indecisive and couldn’t settle on one
Trying to decide what to do for Spring Break? Haven't spent much time in Ogden? Well, ya really need to. There is plenty to do for all ages. Toddlers, Kids, Teenagers and Adults all have options in Ogden. Check out our Round-Up Ogden Post or just click on our "Ogden" tag at the bottom of each post.
Just woke up? Debating how to start you morning right? You're ready to explore Ogden with the kids today? Well friends, you definitely want to check out Jeremiah's Restaurant in Ogden. Jeremiah's is known for their big breakfasts (all day) and big portions. We joined Mikaela and Scout from Indie Ogden last week to fill our bellies with delicious food. When I say big, I mean big. Their cinnamon rolls were large and in charge. We've tried many a cinnamon rolls and there was something different about this roll. So good. Don't even get me started on their Cinnerscone Dippers
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Windy's Sukiyaki just turned 40 this last year and I can't help but think, my grandma was probably there when it Windy's opened! In fact, now that I think about it, Stephanie's grandma was probably there too. Before Stephanie and I started this blog, we met on Instagram, but before all this social media jazz, our grandmas KNEW each other. Like, for forever, and lived in the same neighborhood in Ogden. Our parents went to the same high school. Steph and I actually were raised in the same neighborhood, it's like we were meant to start The Salt Project. Windy's