For an entree that scores high on the taste test, try one of the many options available at McDonald's in West Haven.
McDonald's is a fine restaurant for those with large and small parties.
Whether you have a large or small vehicle, parking is easy near McDonald's.
Keep your wallets padded. The meals here won't empty them too much.
You can stop by at practically any time, since McDonald's serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Whether you're a party animal or an early riser, the restaurant will be open to serve you 24 hours a day.
Dressing up the traditional sandwich, Subway is a go-to lunch spot in West Haven's West Haven district.
No need to be formal, business casual will pass.
Catering services are also available.
If you're driving, that's no problem. Parking available onsite.
Delicious food is never hard to find, but it is hard to find at the right price. Subway is making it happen.
Don't settle for just any sandwich on your next meal break. Pick one up from the wich doctors at Subway.
Go beyond just beans and rice at Taco Time, and fill up on Mexican food that delivers a star-studded performance (according to fans' out-of-this-world, lip-smacking reviews).
Ample parking is available in the area.
For the highest rated Mexican food around, make Taco Time your first stop.
So treat yourself to something new for lunch or dinner and taste the trends of Mexico at Taco Time.
Indulge in a wide array of American dishes at Zebs.
Skip the salad and grab some greasy goodness at Zebs where they have their priorities straight: taste trumps everything.
Pull into one of the many parking spaces nearby if you choose to drive to the restaurant.
Zebs's mid-range cuisine will please your pockets as well as your palate.
Head to Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans for a steaming cup of joe.
No need to splurge on a babysitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at this coffee shop.
Be sure to check out Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans' outdoor seating when the climate is right.
Whether you have a group of five or a group of 20, Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans can seat both large and small groups.
Not to be overlooked is Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans' no-charge wifi.
It doesn't get much more laid-back than Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans, so dress for comfort when you come.
This coffee shop serves your food any way you like, delivered or carried-out.
Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans is known for serving great food, and they are able to serve it at your next event with their excellent catering.
At Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans, drivers can settle for safe parking in the lot next door.
Cyclists will love the spacious bike racks outside of Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans.
Save the cash for another day and pay by major credit card at Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans.
If you need a midday pick-me-up, you can count on the coffee from Jessie Jean's Coffee Beans to do the trick.
Find delicious sandwiches at other American favorites at Applebee's.
Enjoy a drink with your dinner — this restaurant has a full bar to serve up a glass of wine, beer, or more.
Just around the workday bend are Applebee's' happy hour food and drink bargains.
Applebee's is well-known for being able to seat large parties.
Guests may have a hard time conversing, as the restaurant is rather noisy.
Fancy-schmancy attire is not required; in fact, guests are told to keep things casual.
Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too.
Free parking is available to Applebee's' diners that need it.
You can take it easy on your wallet at Applebee's — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
Applebee's serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
Don't put it off any longer, and give Applebee's a try.
Make your way over to the highly-rated Applebee's and taste your way through some great American dishes.
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