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Ogden Restaurant Week Date Change

Ogden Restaurant Week Date Change



Colt Jarvis

Director of Marketing & Communications




Ogden Restaurant Week Date Change

[Ogden, Utah] – This year’s annual Ogden Restaurant Week will be taking place from November 5th to November 14th, 2020, making the event date shift from its traditional spring season to a fall community event. Ogden Restaurant Week features participation from some of Ogden’s premier culinary establishments. List provided.

The date change for Ogden Restaurant Week was a result of a conscious choice to ensure that not only locals are able to take full advantage of the experience, but those visiting would also take part in our towns’ amazing eateries. During our spring event, locals were often faced with competing events and holidays i.e. Easter, school spring break, and graduation.  This change offers a fresh new timeline to enjoy our local restaurants with your friends and family.

Ogden restaurants are excited to bring this experiential week to our community’s fall events calendar for the first time. This will be the eighth year celebrating Ogden’s vibrant restaurants and local eateries. During Ogden Restaurant Week foodies will be able to eat their hearts out at any of the twenty-one participating independently owned, local restaurants. Diners can indulge in a large variety of local food and drink for a reduced cost. 

 Each restaurant will offer a special Restaurant Week menu with several different choices of entrees, appetizers and desserts, giving epicures and casual diners alike, the chance to explore scrumptious eats at $10.00 for lunch and $17.00 for dinner. Participating restaurants will also offer regular menu items at regular prices. Tickets and passes aren’t necessary for this week of tasty eats; show up at any participating location or call ahead to make a reservation to ensure your chance to explore a new culinary experience.

“Our goal is to let people know that locally grown and prepared food is available in locally owned and operated restaurants with unique history, architecture and décor,” said Steve Ballard, owner of Sonora Grill and Thai Curry Kitchen.

 November’s Ogden Restaurant Week will celebrate its eighth year of cuisine excellence by offering nine days of mouth-watering dining at some of downtown Ogden’s finest restaurants.


Participating Restaurants: 
Angry Goat
Bangkok Garden
Hearth on 25th
Lighthouse Lounge
Lucky Slice Pizza
New Sun
Ogden River Brewing
Pig & a Jelly Jar
Roosters Brewing Co.
Rovali’s Ristorante Italiano
Sonora Grill
Thai Curry Kitchen
Tona Sushi
Union Grill
Waffle Love
Warren’s Craft Burger
Wimpy & Fritz
Yu’s Maple Garden


About Visit Ogden

The greater Ogden area has been continually marked as one of Utah’s leading destinations for travel and recreation. Outside and National Geographic Adventure Magazine both declared Ogden as “one of the top ten best places to live.”

Ogden, the crossroads of the west, located in Weber County is 45 minutes north of the Salt Lake International Airport. The area inspires visitors with more than 170,000 acres of National Forest, three ski resorts, more than 210 miles of single-track trail for hiking and mountain biking and 13,000 acres of lakes connected by pristine rivers for paddle sports and fishing. For additional information visit Or contact Colt Jarvis, Director of Marketing & Communications at