Starting to prep for your trip to Moab for the Moab Century Tour? Be sure to keep some of these items on your list.
Moab has so many new places since our 2017 Moab Century Tour! This series of blog posts will keep you in the know of what to see, where to stay, what to eat, and how to get here!
Up first, new eateries.
What To Eat
Moab has a lot of new places to eat in town since our last Moab Century Tour. Here are some we recommend:
Right on the corner of Main and 100N, this new eatery features locally grown produce, regionally sourced meats, and all kinds of creative cocktails. Menu changes weekly as the available ingredients do. You're sure to taste an amazingly new dish every time you visit. Treat yourself to La Sal House Friday or Saturday night!
Located in downtown Moab, the food truck park offers a fun dining destination with a variety of cuisines. Hokulia Shave Ice, Delicate Donuts, Red Wok Chinese Express, Moab Waffle Company, Downtown Dawgs, The Crusty Crab, Big Don's Pizza, and more!
New in 2018, Antica Forma offers Neapolitan style pizzas and pastas. Their brand new brick oven pizza will have your order ready quickly. Choose to enjoy your slice outside on their patio or take it to-go back to your rental after your ride.
Staying south of town for the event? Consider checking out this new breakfast spot, right off of Hwy 191. Sit outside and view the red rocks while you enjoy a protein packed breakfast before your ride!
Looking to take home a souvenir from your trip? Consider swinging in to the Moab Distillery. Located right next to the Moab Brewery, their new distillery offers Class 5 Vodka and Spot on Gin made from locally sourced water from the La Sal Mountains.
Curious what other culinary delights can be found in our valley? Check out this amazingly detailed list on Discover Moab's website.
Next week we'll highlight some of the new places to stay in Moab!