Midvale is a city in Salt Lake County, Utah and part of the Salt Lake City Metropolitan Statistical Area. Midvale Museum, operated by the Midvale Historical Society, is great place to learn about the city’s past. There are three parks in Midvale, offering open green spaces, kids’ playgrounds and sport facilities.
Nearby Wasatch Mountains provide great skiing in the winter in their four ski resorts. Outlaw Distillery produces high quality hand-made rum, whiskey and moonshine using exclusively local ingredients.
1. Outlaw Distillery
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Located in Midvale, Utah, Outlaw Distilery is committed to making the best quality hand-made spirits using local ingredients. They make Rum, Spiced Rum, White Whiskey, Bourbon whiskey and Moonshine. They even hand-built their own distilling equipment with the goal of ensuring the highest quality of each drop. The result is smooth, bold flavor with every sip, following high quality standards of the industry. Outlaw Distillery is the first distillery in Utah to make spiced rum.
They distill fancy molasses instead of the blackstrap molasses and then steep the spirit in spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cloves and cardamom. No extracts or artificial coloring and flavorings are used, setting their rum apart from all others. The distillery offers tours several times a day.
Outlaw Distillery, 552 W 8360 S., Midvale, Utah, Phone: 801-706-1428
2. The Hires Big H
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Hires Big H is a restaurant chain based in Sandy, Utah, established 1959. The Hires Big H still follows the tradition of the classic diners of the 1950s, with its menu and with its interior decoration while not being exactly drive-in. Their Midvale location is spacious and bright unpretentious counter-serve eatery famous for their huge Big H burger, fresh cut fries, homemade onion rings, special dipping sauce and large frosty mugs of root beer.
Besides their old stapes, their huge menu has just about anything anyone would wish for. The famous dipping sauce is now available in most grocery stores in the area.
The Hires Big H, 835 Fort Union Blvd, Midvale, UT 84047, Phone: 801-561-2171
3. Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant
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Buca di Beppo is a chain of Italian restaurants with 77 locations in the States and more all over the world. They are famous for the traditional Italian dishes and family-size portions, feeding three or five. Their Midvale location is a quirky spot with over-the-top décor, walls covered with photos and posters, busts of pope and classic sculptures, crystal chandeliers and much more that will occupy you while waiting for your meal.
The menu includes all traditional Italian favorites such as pastas, pizzas, entrees, salads and desserts. They also offer catering for big and small groups. They also have semi-private dining rooms for special occasions.
Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant, 935 East Fort Union Blvd, Midvale, UT 84047, Phone: 801-561-9463
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4. Waffle Love
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Waffle Love is a popular chain of food trucks and restaurants offering delicious Belgian Liege waffles with sweet or savory toppings. Their sweet waffles are rispy and caramelized on the outside, moist and flaky on the inside, these waffles are like nothing else on the market and are equally delicious with fruits and whipped cream as they are with nutella or dulce de leche. Their savory waffles are made of croissant dough - crisp and light with 27 layers of flaky layers, perfect withfried chicken and avocados or bacon and eggs. Their Midvale restaurant is a rustic chic spot with large communal tables made of enormous wooden slab with live edge and plenty of original art on the walls located in The Shops at Fort Union shopping center.
1142 Fort Union Blvd #M05, Midvale, UT 84047, Phone: 801-566-2559
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