Whether you prefer sausage, 'roni, or all-around veggie, Pizza Factory's easy-to-please pizza has fans dishing out top-notch ratings.
For food the whole family can enjoy, check out the pizzeria's pizza options and pasta choices.
Gather up your group of friends and head to Pizza Factory, a local restaurant that has room for large groups.
Between the music and the crowds, Pizza Factory's noise levels can be intense.
At Pizza Factory, "dress to impress" is a thing of the past, and jeans are the new norm.
Enjoy mind-blowing dishes in the peace and quiet of your own home with delivery or takeout from Pizza Factory.
Pizza Factory will even bring the amazing food from their kitchen to yours.
Score parking in the lot adjacent to Pizza Factory, a local restaurant.
Deep pockets not required! Pizza Factory takes pride in its over-the-top flavor and just-right prices.
All major credit cards are accepted.
If pizza is your all-time favorite, it's important to find a pie that's worth your while. With star-studded reviews and sky-high ratings, there's no better way to spend your time than eating some 'za at Pizza Factory.
Fight for a great pizza pie by placing your order into Pizza Factory today.
Pick up a side of chips and a sandwich at Little Caesars Pizza, and enjoy lunch from the deli.
If gluten is something you try to avoid, check out the G-free menu at Little Caesars Pizza. Low-fat fare is also available for those keeping an eye on their diet.
Have a large group? No problem. Head to Little Caesars Pizza for easy seating.
The dress code at Little Caesars Pizza is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you.
Catering from Little Caesars Pizza will take your party to the next level.
Little Caesars Pizza is centrally located near many parking lot options.
In Syracuse, no deli does it better than Little Caesars Pizza, not even close.
Whether you like it rare or well-done, Carl's Jr. is a burger spot that won't disappoint.
Help yourself to a healthier lifestyle at Carl's Jr., where gluten-free and low-fat plates are the standard.
No time to sit down? No worries! This burger joint offers a take out option so you can grab your food on the go.
Whether you have a large or small vehicle, parking is easy near Carl's Jr.
Carl's Jr. is home to many cyclists who appreciate the parking racks outside.
You can stop by at practically any time, since Carl's Jr. serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Hear your stomach growling? Answer the call with a delicious burger from Carl's Jr.
Imperial Asian Cuisine and Sushi Bar in Syracuse serves traditional-meets-modern Asian-style cuisine from all over the continent.
The bar at this restaurant is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer.
If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead.
Imperial Asian Cuisine and Sushi Bar is surrounded by endless parking options.
Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.
Everyone will love Imperial Asian Cuisine and Sushi Bar, where all kinds of Asian fare and flavor come together in one place.
For a quick curry, Syracuse's Thai Jasmine Restaurant is a great lunch or dinner spot.
This restaurant is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along.
Free wifi is on hand here as well.
If time is of the essence, this restaurant's take-out option may be a better fit.
If you're driving, that's no problem. Parking available onsite.
Thai Jasmine Restaurant's Thai cuisine has something for everyone's taste, taking the drama out of eating out.
Treat yourself to a new lunch or dinner option today and enjoy a tasty Thai dish from Thai Jasmine Restaurant.
Since it first opened in 1969, Wendy’s has been known for its square-shaped, never-frozen burger patties. When asked why the patties are square, founder Dave Thomas once ad-libbed that Wendy’s doesn’t cut corners. The quip came off the cuff, but there’s truth to it. Wendy’s burgers are served straight off the grill, not from under a heat lamp. Its salads are made fresh daily, and its dressings don’t contain preservatives. This commitment to quality has helped it remain the world’s third-largest quick-service hamburger company, with more than 6,500 restaurants around the globe.
Utah is not necessarily known for its culinary contributions, but it does have at least one intriguing dish that can also be hard to find, even at Salt Lake City restaurants. Mormon funeral potatoes—or, more simply, funeral potatoes—are many a Utahn’s most comforting comfort food, despite the name. And for that, they deserve a closer look.
“Funeral,” Really?Mormon funeral potatoes got their name for their ubiquitous presence on the buffet table at many post-interment luncheons. In fact, Mormon Share’s guide to planning a funeral meal lists the potatoes second on the menu, after the ham. And even though the potatoes can be found at almost any social gathering, they’ve retained the somewhat morbid moniker.
In fact, the dish is so loved by Utah residents that the 2002 Winter Olympics commemorated funeral potatoes in a souvenir food pin.
So Good You Might DieMormon funeral potatoes are basically a casserole and therefore just as easy to put together.
Start with frozen hash browns or, in a pinch, cubed potatoes.Add the following: cheddar cheese, onions, sour cream, and some kind of “cream of” soup (preferably chicken, mushroom, or celery).Mix well and pour into a casserole dish.Top with pats of butter and corn flakes or crushed potato chips for crunch.Bake until golden.Besides being easy to make, funeral potatoes highlight one trait of traditional Utah cooking, which focuses on a somewhat midcentury American value of feeding many mouths on the cheap: put several processed or canned foods together to make something new—and delicious. Many home cooks put their own spin on the recipe by adding peas, ham, or broccoli.
Where to Get SomeLike gelatin molds and Rice Krispies, Mormon funeral potatoes are a dish usually served at home. However, a handful of restaurants serve an interesting take on the Utah staple, including two Salt Lake restaurants:
Garage on Beck in Salt Lake City fries them in nuggets, having added bacon and, if you want them spicy, fresh habaneros.Sandy, Utah’s Hoof & Vine serves a creamy spoonful of the traditional potatoes with each entree.In Indianapolis, Spoke & Steele crafts a version with pickled scallions and mushroom crème—perhaps a bit fancier than good ol’ Campbell’s.Photo: A dish of funeral potatoes by GreenGlass1972 under public domain