A Utah Hidden Treasure – Sliver Reef Café
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Are you looking for a hidden treasure in Southern Utah? If so, head over to Main Street in Leeds, UT, less than 25 minutes from the City of St. George, UT. The Silver Reef Café was named after the historic mining town. It has an entertaining Western-style atmosphere filled with country music and a custom menu that is cowboy-miner themed.
The café is full of local art sculptures by Jerry Anderson that really creates the Western setting that so many people enjoy. Recently, the building where the Silver Reef Café is located was updated to include a full wood siding front that makes it look like a true Western town.
People come from all around to visit this Southern Utah hidden treasure. You will find fun menu items that keep with the Western theme including the Blacksmith breakfast sandwich (bacon, sausage, or ham on toast with cheese and scrambled eggs), the Ghost Toast breakfast plate (French toast covered in powered sugar), the Shootout Burrito, the Silver Miner Philly Cheese Steak, the White Reef Egg Salad sandwich, the Stage Coach Veggie Quesadilla, the Cosmopolitan Cobb Salad and so much more. There are also great sides of fruit and vegetables to complete each meal.
The Silver Reef Café is open for breakfast and lunch each day. You can find it on Main Street in Leeds, UT. From St. George, go north on I-15 to exit 22 toward Leeds/Silver Reef. Destination is on right.
The café is only open until 3:30 p.m. each day, so breakfast and lunch are your only options.