The Utah Heritage Foundation has nominated our restoration of the Rex Theater Building and Star Noodle Dragon sign for a 2016 Heritage Award. The nominees will gather on 31 March for a banquet and selection of the winners. It's quite an honor to have all the hard work be recognized by such a prestigious foundation.
We're pleased to announce that the SLC-based chain of sandwich shops will be opening their sixth location here in Ogden in the coming weeks. They are moving into our building at 2214 Washington Blvd. Even Stevens not only creates some of the best sandwiches along the Wasatch Range, but they're dedicated to giving back to the community in the way of donating free sandwiches to the hungry. You can learn more about their move to Ogden HERE in this article, and you can learn more about their business, their food, and their charitable process at their website: Even Stevens. Welcome to Ogden!
The Standard Examiner wrote an article about the renovation and remodeling of the Peery Apartments. The Peery Apartments were designed by architect Leslie Simmons Hodgson who many of Odgen's most famous buildings such as the Egyptian Theater and Ogden High School. You can read the full article HERE.
The popular Italian trattoria, Zucca's, recently moved from South Ogden into the Old Star Noodle Parlor building on Historic 25th Street. This Fischer Regan property was completed remodeled for the restaurant to include the renovation of the famous neon Dragon sign. We are pleased to have Zucca add their presence to the continuing growth along 25th Street. HERE is a recent article in the Standard Examiner about Zucca, their move, and their fantastic menu.
Earlier this year Amy Britt, the owner of the successful SLC restaurant Pig and Jelly Jar, opened her second location here in Ogden in our building at 227 25th Street. In THIS VIDEO created by the Standard Examiner, Amy talks about what Pig & Jelly Jar is all about. You should swing by for a Southern style meal and find out what all the buzz is about.
The neon dragon sign that for more than 60 years hung over the Star Noodle Parlor on 25th Street is back where it belongs -- hanging above the entry to Zucca's Trattoria. Read this article from the Standard Examiner HERE.