Weller’s Launches Döner Wagon
Fans, like me, of Weller’s Bistro in Layton will be happy to know that Jan Weller and his team have launched Weller’s Döner Wagon food truck. Enjoy appetizers like fried pickle spears with peppercorn ranch, the soup of the day, or a Mediterranean salad with chicken to start.
The main attraction, of course, is döners, sandwiches and brats. There is a classic beef döner kebab with pommes, a chicken döner, falafel sandwich, pork schnitzel sandwich, currywurst, curry frikadelle, bratwurst l brötchen (kaiser roll), and a döner kebab platter, as well as desserts. Check the Weller’s Döner Wagon page on Facebook for food truck locations and times.
Also, folks who love choucroute garnie will want to stop by Weller’s Bistro next week, when Jan will feature the Asatian-style dish as a dinner special. A while back in an article about Weller’s Bistro I begged and pleaded with Jan Weller to consider putting choucroute garnie on his menu as a special, since the best choucroute garnie begins with great sauerkraut (choucroute in French) and Weller’s has that in spades. I’m looking forward to getting my choucroute garnie fix!
Two Old Guys @ Root’d Cafe
Looking for live music? Two Old Guys – aka Michael Feldman of Feldman’s Deli and Tally Evans – play every Thursday at 6 p.m. at Root’d Cafe. You can enjoy their entertaining mix of ballads, blues, bawdy tunes, drinking songs, favorite covers, and originals elsewhere by checking their Facebook page.
Root’d Cafe in Cottonwood Heights features a range of tasty sandwiches, burgers, tacos and salads, including a nice selection of vegetarian and gluten-free options, plus beer and wine in a friendly atmosphere. Enjoy a small nosh of fried pickles or beignets or go big with the killer Cuban sandwich or Root’d Reuben. Support live local music!
Easter Brunch at Hearth & Hill
On Easter Sunday, April 17th, the team at Park City’s popular Hearth and Hill restaurant invite you to join them for an Easter Brunch Buffet from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Enjoy snacks including deviled eggs and eggs benedict, mains of beef ribeye and roasted leg of lamb, a variety of sides, and sweet treats to finish. The cost per person is $75/adults; $35 kids ages 5-12; children 4 and under are free. Call 435-200-8840 for reservations.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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