Are you oh-hum about the same fast food and chain restaurants you frequent? Are looking for some new places to eat in Logan, Utah? Well, did you know there are many local restaurants here in Logan that would knock your socks off? I am going to give you a list of a bunch of popular restaurants in Logan, Utah. For such a small town in distance, Logan is quite packed with both large chain restaurants down the strip and gems somehow hidden very close to that that same strip. These “gems” I am talking about are usually little places existing just off the beaten path that are locally-owned and serve authentic ethnic or hometown food, and the food and atmosphere are well worth your effort to find them.
Some of the best restaurants in Logan, Utah
You’ve heard of Off Broadway? Well, try Off Main!
Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread 291 S 300 W (435) 753-0875
Cuisine: artisan breads, pastries, salads, sandwiches, and breakfast items
Known For: artisan breads
Specialty: Polenta Jack Bread
Customer Favorite: Ciabatta Fried Egg Bun breakfast sandwich
Hint: They run out of bread by 3 p.m.
Caffe Ibis 52 Federal Ave (runs E/W between Main and 100 E, at about 50 N), (435) 753-4777
Cuisine: Coffee, breakfast
Ambience: Hipster hangout
Known For: Organic Coffee, roasted locally
Specialty: Mocha and Flavored Lattes
Customer Favorite: Hemp milk, breakfast burritos
Hint: Sometimes live music
Comment: humanely raised meat, environmentally
conscious; vegetarian and gluten-free options
Herm’s Inn 1435 E Canyon Rd (from Main St., head East on Center, Left on Canyon Rd, and it’s 1.7 mi down the road) (435) 792-4321
Cuisine: Breakfast and brunch
Ambience: Fun, casual
Known For: $5 PIzza-sized Cinnamon Swirl Pancake
Customer Favorite: Their daily Mac-n-Cheese special
Hint: Always very busy, especially Saturdays, and
they do not take reservations. Get there at least an hour
early. Not open for dinner.
Comment: Well worth the crazy long wait to get in!
Logan’s Heroes 101 S Main St. (435) 750-0110
Known For: Generous Sub Sandwich
Specialty: Sub Sandwiches and Gyros
Customer Favorite: Beef Pastrami or Turkey Pastrami Sandwich
Hint: Accept only cash or check. If planning on stopping in for dinner, call ahead, because they only stay open until they run out of bread.
Comment: The owner is an amazing, nice, funny man with
an incredible memory!
Great Harvest Bread 55 W. Center (435) 787-4442
Cuisine: Breads, Bakery, Lunch
Ambience: Country Bakery
Known For: Wholesome sandwiches on freshly baked bread
Specialty: Tasty, flavorful breads
Customer Favorite: Swede Turkey Pesto Sandwich
Hint: When making a purchase, you may have a free sample of various breads and sweets
BJ Buckets Ice Cream Company 55 W. Center (behind Great Harvest) (435) 535-3076
Cuisine: Ice Cream
Ambience: Charming, colorful retro-1950’s French Cafe
Known For: Farr Better Ice Cream and Cutest Shop in town!
Specialty: Best shakes in town & sundaes
Customer Atmosphere & Shakes
Hint: 10% off at register for going to bjbucketslogan.com and knowing the weekly trivia from the Specials page. Another 10% off for “checking in” on your FB status and Liking BJ Buckets page and showing to cashier.
Comment: M-F 11:30a-1p Firehouse Pizza made fresh and served by the slice. Great lunch deals for $5. Winter offers delicious vegetarian soup and hot cocoa floats.
Tandoori Oven 720 E. 1000 N. (435) 750-6836
Ambience: Nice enough to dress nicely for, incl. low lighting. It’s hard to believe it is located in a gas station.
Known For: Authentic Indian food, especially Indian curry dishes
Specialty: Tandoori-style meats and vegetables. (Tandoori is a traditional Indian oven.)
Customer Favorite: Tandoori Lamb and Naan (Indian-style flatbread)
Hint: To avoid the crowd, go Thursday 9-11 p.m.
Comment: Lassi (a yogurt drink) is very good
The Thai House 51 W. 200 S. (435) 752-9169
Cuisine: Authentic Thai
Ambience: Inviting for families or large groups
Known For: Tasty authentic Thai food
Specialty: Pad Kee Pao (drunken noodle)
Customer Favorite: Pad Thai
Hint: Closed from 3:30-4:30pm
Comment: They ask you to rate your spicy level from 1-5
Cafe Sabor 600 W Center St, (435) 752-8088
Cuisine: Cal-Tex Mex
Ambience: Located in an old railroad station, casual
Known For: Best Traditional Americanized Mexican food
Specialty: Shrimp dishes
Customer Favorite: Carne Asada
Hint: Wanting more warm tortillas? Just ask. They are free.
Comment: Patio seating, starting late spring, is
wonderful. Rice and beans are made vegetarian.
LeNonne 129 N. 100 E. (435) 752-9577
Cuisine: Italian dinner
Ambience: Romantic in a lovely, quaint, refurbished house
Known For: Authentic Italian food
Specialty: King Crab Ravioli
Customer Favorite: Shrimp or Crab Ravioli
Hint: Live music on Wednesday and Friday
Comment: Lighted porch seating available
Mundos Italian Grill 1111 N. 800 E. (435) 753-2611
Ambience: Food Court – style, with huge TV
Known For: Hearty portions
Specialty:Aggie Rolls and sweet Jalapeno Jelly
Customer Favorite: Aggie Rolls, pork burritos
Hint: Order your burrito “smothered” – so worth the price!
Comment: Fish Tacos (very good) are on special on Fridays
Morty’s Cafe 780 E. 700 N. (435) 535-3276
Cuisine: Burgers, Sandwiches, Salads
Ambience: Modern, with 2 tiers of rooftop/balcony seating
Known For: Fries
Customer Favorite: Spring Strawberry Quinoa Salad
Hint: The rooftop/balcony seating looks over the Cache Valley and is lovely!
Comment: Across the street from USU field