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Still, he’s hopeful enough to make plans to launch the valley’s first Food Truck operation, Street Eats, later this year.

There are other food projects on the way as well. Liz Butcher, owner of Butchers Bunches jams, along with several other small-business owners are creating Balance, a project that will include yoga, massage therapy, a café and retail store that serve locally produced foods.

At a glance

Dining in Logan

Clip out this list and on your next visit to Logan eat at one of these local favorites:

Breakfast » Herm’s Inn, 1435 E. Canyon Road; 435-792-4321. Open daily for breakfast and lunch. Menu includes pancakes, omelets, breakfast skillets, hamburgers and sandwiches. Operators are partners with Salt Lake City’s Eggs in the City.

Fine dining » Elements, 640 S. 35 East, at the Riverwoods; 435-750-5171 or theelementsrestaurant.com. An elegant river setting and a menu that includes pastas, seafood and steaks. Specialties include the Kamikaze salmon and short ribs.

French bakery » Sweetly Divine Bakery, 1309 N. Main St. (next to ShopKo); 435-787-1860 or sweetlydivine.com. Napoleons, cannoli, swan-shaped cream puffs, cupcakes and éclairs will satisfy your sweet tooth. But don’t miss the sandwiches on soft foccacia-like bread and the dill pickle soup offered every other Tuesday.

Indian » Tandoori Oven, 720 E. 1000 North, Logan; 435-750-6836 or tandooriovenlogan.com. This family-owned eatery, tucked into a gas station/convenience store, serves Indian classics at affordable prices. Try the garlic naan and the butter chicken, or the lunch buffet.

Italian » Le Nonne, 129 N. 100 East, 435-752-9577 or lenonne.com. While it’s located in a tiny house, the menu is rather large and includes pasta, gnocchi, ravioli as well as chicken, beef and fish.

Late night » The White Owl Bar and Grill, 36 W. Center St.; 435-752-4059. In the summer, there’s nothing better than a hamburger and a “Big Dog” — on the patio.

Mexican » La Tormenta, 95 E. 1400 North; 435-787-4640. A tiny place that will make you feel like you’re visiting Mexico. Carne asada, enchiladas, chiles rellenos and horchata. Adventurous locals like to enjoy the tortas filled with tender beef tongue.

Pizza » Jack’s Wood Fired Oven, 256 N. Main St.; 435-754-7523 or jacksoven.com. Salads, soups, sandwiches and wood-fired pizzas. Try The Cache with white sauce, chicken, onions, mushrooms and spinach.

Sandwiches » The Italian Place, 48 Federal Ave.; 435-753-2584 or italianplace.net. Owner John Harder stands behind the grill cooking made-to-order grinders including the popular Four Seasons, made with marinated steak, eggs, green pepper, onions, mushrooms and provolone.

South American » Pupuseria El Salvador, 95 E. 1400 North, Logan; 435-752-0676. This family-owned restaurant serves tacos and tamales, but its speciality is stuffed and grilled pupusas, which are made with masa, filled with choice of meats, beans and cheese, and served with curtido, a cabbage slaw.

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"Logan restaurants are evolving and people are really becoming more aware of really good places to eat," said Butcher, who points to the success of the Cache Valley summer market. "People travel to Salt Lake and other cities and when they come back they want to see that happen here."



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