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MovieGrille's formula is a simple one: remove the "and a" from "dinner and a movie." After arriving at the intimate Ogden theater, guests settle in to deep, reclining leather seats and wait for the film to start—that is, after they place their order. Burgers, sandwiches, and artisan pizzas arrive in the theater to be carefully placed on each seat's personal swiveling table, while glasses of soda, beer, and wine snuggle securely into the armrests' deep cup holders. Top-notch films flicker across the screen as guests feast on deep-friend macaroni and cheese bites, burgers topped with bacon and blue cheese, goat cheese and pear salads, or good old-fashioned popcorn.

2293 Grant Ave.
Ogden,
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Built in 1927, the historic Ben Lomond Suites’ 11th floor is the home of Restaurant 1107. The top floor of this hotel offers a stunning vantage point for drinking in the city of Ogden and the mountains beyond. Handmade raviolis join range-fed veal parmesan amid a comfortable and warm space with exposed brick columns. Supple leather chairs have backs high enough to keep the wings of the son of an angel and an NBA player from unfurling spontaneously. Restaurant 1107 presents a wide range of beer and wine to enjoy in those high-backed chairs, including Sierra Nevada pale ale and Silver Birch sauvignon blanc.

2510 Washington Blvd
Ogden,
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For more than 30 years, the team at Woody's Bar-B-Q has been perfecting its methods for slow-roasted meats to cook melt-in-your-mouth ribs, brisket, and other specialty barbecue recipes. From the signature full rack of baby back ribs—slow cooked in Woody’s secret marinade recipe—to tender, slow-smoked north carolina pork, savory meats take center stage at the casual, family-friendly eateries. Woody's Bar-B-Q was initially founded in Jacksonville, Florida, and now can be found in several states—like Ben Franklin’s progeny.

4351 Harrison Blvd
Ogden,
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Ventanas invites guests into its spacious, high-ceilinged dining room to explore a menu of Mexican favorites, including tortas and enchiladas on housemade tortillas.

825 25th St
Ogden,
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Union Station stands out as a monument to the city’s railroading past, offering a wealth of history at the three museums housed within its Spanish Colonial Revival walls. Traverse the early days of transcontinental transportation in the Utah State Railroad Museum, examining the interactive and pictorial displays illustrating the construction of the first railroad before whistling authentic tramp tunes in the climb-inside-able rail cars outside. Old-timey gunslingers may saunter into the John M. Browning Firearms Museum, viewing a treasure trove of historic firearms such as shotguns, cannons and the first spit-wad shooters. The Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum feeds automobile addictions with a collection of vehicular time capsules, from a 1901 single-cylinder Oldsmobile to a 1930 16-cylinder Cadillac.

2501 Wall Ave
Ogden,
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Hunt Mysteries offers lighthearted and interactive faux-murder entertainment that lets dinner guests put on their sleuthing sombreros to help solve the whodunit. Boccia’s and Spaghetti Mama’s provide the locations for a bevy of different shows, including the mafia family thriller The Altos: Lower Than Sopranos, Hunt Mysteries' original comedy murder mystery An Oscar-Winning Confession, and more. There will be special food, beverage, and dessert options for in-show consumption, but they are not included in the ticket price. Most shows begin at 7 p.m., when the Clue-esque actors arrive and mingle in character with guests for half an hour, perform the opening scene, and then enjoy mingling and dining with patrons while subtly injecting mysterious hints into their dialogue, dances, and hilarious comic antics. After each show’s featured murder, guests get 20 minutes to quiz the actors and solve the puzzle.

1045 North Washington Boulevard
Ogden,
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