Our quest to find the best restaurant in all 29 Utah counties led us to Brigham City for a Box Elder tradition. Peach City Restaurant has been around since 1937! They serve the most amazing hand-cut French fries that you’ve ever tasted.
We visited Peach City on Memorial Day, and it was plenty busy. There is seating both inside and outside, and the outside seating is shaded by a large canopy. Inside there are several booths and a long bar.
We ordered a BLT for Mom and a bacon cheeseburger for Dad. The boys tried a hot dog, a hamburger, and the chicken fingers. There is also a choice of waffle fries or the hand cut fries. Make sure you go for the hand cut version; they are amazing!
It took a little while to get the food on a busy day like this, but the food was really delicious. We were part of a much larger party, and everyone proclaimed this restaurant a winner. After we finished the food, we tried shakes and ice cream. The ice cream is all homemade right at the restaurant. We couldn’t believe how delicious the mint chocolate chip tasted, even Dad thought it was outstanding, and he won’t eat green ice cream. The shakes were also nice and thick, nothing fancy, just soft thick ice cream with about any flavor you want.
Peach City ranks really high on our list of favorite restaurants in Utah, and represents Box Elder on our list. If you’re in the Brigham City area, and you like a great burger and incredible fries, you’d better stop by! Peach City Restaurant is located at 306 N. Main Street in Brigham City, and is opened every day, except Sunday, from 11 am – 10 pm, 11 pm on Friday and Saturday.
*As always, this is an unsolicited, uncompensated, honest review as part of series of favorite restaurants in Utah.