Stoneground Pizza Kits
Stoneground Italian Kitchen is open for in-house and patio dining, as well as curbside pickup for takeout. If you’re a homebody, you might want to consider ordering a pizza kit from Stoneground for a delicious D.I.Y pizza project at home.
Stoneground Pizza Kits are only $15 and include 2 balls of fresh pizza dough (makes 2 12-inch pizzas), fresh shredded mozzarella cheese, pomodoro (tomato sauce), parmigiano, fresh basil and crushed red chili peppers. There is also a vegetarian pizza kit and a meat lovers pizza kit available.
Stoneground Pizza Kits are available for pick-up Tuesday through Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m.
Lunch Returns to Caffe Molise
Caffe Molise is now serving lunch again, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., as well as dine-in dinners from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and open until 10 p.m. on weekends. Curbside takeout is also still being offered. The lunch menu features an array of antipasti, insalate, piatti, panini and of course, desserts.
This is an especially good time of year to visit Caffe Molise for a couple of reasons. First, there’s the beautiful outdoor patio to dine on. And second, this is the time of year when organic heirloom produce from the Caffe Molise farm makes its way into dishes like pomodoro mozzarella salad (pictured above), soups, and avocado-tomatillo gazpacho.
New Dining & 50th Anniversary @ Valley Fair
Valley Fair – one of Utah’s first enclosed shopping centers (aka “mall,” but don’t call it a mall …) – is celebrating its 50th anniversary and also welcoming new businesses, including some new food service tennants.
“Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to celebrate our 50th year and are pleased that a diverse array of businesses from restaurants to retail, including some that are locally owned, have found their new homes at Valley Fair,” says Casey Bulkley, Valley Fair’s General Manager. “We are committed to making Valley Fair the best shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the region for our customers.”
The new eateries include Paik’s Noodle House, which is the sister store to the popular CupBop – the place at Valley Fair for authentic Korean soul food. Also new is Awesome Coffee and The Candy Barrel. These businesses join food service establishments such as Osaka Japan, Melty Way, Sushi Monster, Tornado Crepe, In-N-Out Burger, Greek Kabob and others.
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