Made In Utah - Capitol Reef Area
These products and services have unique ties to Utah and have become iconic in their respective categories. While traveling in Utah we encourage you to seek out and try local products. They will add rich variety to your visit.
Located on the edge of Torrey, Utah, just west of Capitol Reef National Park, this iconic restaurant is a must-do while visiting the area.
Cafe Diablo is listed in The New York Times Bestseller 1,000 Places to See in the U.S.A. & Canada Before You Die.
"The patio-side herb garden ensures freshness as do organic ingredients from nearby Cainesville. Homemade ice cream, breads, a pastry team and a professional staff complete your experience. An extensive list of tequilas, margaritas, beer and wine is available. "
Fruita Fresh Fruit
The historic orchards in Fruita, in Capitol Reef National Park, usually produce abundant crops of cherries, apricots, peaches, pears, apples, plumes, mulberries, almonds and walnuts.
"As each crop comes into season, fruit becomes available to the public on a pick-your-own basis. Fruit consumed in the orchards is free; there is a charge for fruit taken out of the orchards."
Inquire at the park visitor center for information on the fruit.
Hells Backbone Grill
This acclaimed restaurant is located in Boulder, Utah, at the intersection of US Highway 12 and the famous Burr Trail.
"Our ingredients are simple and honest: sustainably grown vegetables, herbs and flowers from the restaurant's own no-harm organic farm, and Boulder-raised grass-fed and -finished local lamb and beef. We lovingly tend over 75 heirloom fruit trees and 200 heritage-breed laying hens who provide the eggs for the breakfast plates."
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