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The food alone might be a reason to hop on TRAX from parts north in Salt Lake Valley for an outing here. The Break has a good handle on the usual pub fare, but a $14 ribeye steak or a smothered chile verde burrito might steer you away from the predictable.
"All of the food here is awesome," said Preston.
A sports bar, with entertainment, in South Jordan’s Daybreak community.
Where » 11274 Kestrel Rise Road, South Jordan
Open » Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Sundays, 10 a.m. to midnight.
Details » www.thebreaksportsgrill.com
And then there’s Peck, a father of four and one of those rare folks whom you instantly like on first meeting. You’ve got to like a boss who takes his employees to Lagoon for an outing and closes the bar early on holidays.
"He cares a lot about his employees," said the "dancing bartender," Jay Aduna. "He’s big on family."
Peck lives in Daybreak, close enough to slip away to put the kids to bed at night.
"The best owner," Durant said. "The thing that makes us different is him."
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