Dream Keeper Inn

191 S 200 E
Moab, 84532
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It's been a couple years since my husband and I stayed at Dream Keeper Inn, but I've been meaning to write a review ever since our wonderful stay there! The inn is located on a quiet street a few walkable blocks from the main street that runs through Moab. The grounds are lovely and peaceful; the proprietors friendly and welcoming; the breakfast delicious. But what really stood out to me (someone who has frequented many B&Bs and stayed at too many hotels) is how immaculate it is. Our room was well-appointed, beautiful, and SPOTLESS. Not a speck of dust anywhere. Since most B&Bs are run by a small staff and may or may not have much traffic, sometimes the rooms can seem a little shabby or a little dusty. Not at Dream Keeper Inn. I would highly, highly recommend this inn for anyone looking for a place to stay in Moab, while visiting Arches and Canyonlands national parks.

(435) 259-5998

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Cali-Cochitta Bed & Breakfast

110 S 200 E
Moab, 84532
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After two days of camping, I can't imagine having found a nicer place to unwind. Kim and David were very welcoming. The place was quiet and had every amenity we needed. My only regret is not staying here an extra night.
My husband and I stayed here for 2 nights while we explored Moab. The Bed & Breakfast is amazing and so relaxing. We stayed in the Cane Room which was beautifully decorated with a private bathroom. The booking includes breakfast which is served at 8am around a lovely big table in the garden and the home cooked food was delicious - best frittata I've ever had! This is a wonderful base to enjoy Moab from.
Hospitality is amazing, quaint out of the way location but close to town is hard to beat, and there is no doubt a lot worse could be done when picking accommodations as Moab is loaded with a lot of not so nice places to stay! The owners are encyclopedias of knowledge about inside hikes for locals and dining establishments that are better than they look or not known at all.

(435) 259-4961

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Castle Valley Inn

424 Amber Ln
Moab, 84532
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I stayed here for 2 nights with sis. We were visiting Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. I booked this place without realizing that it is about half an hour from town, and almost regretted it. But upon arriving, I immediately loved the character and the location. It is in the quiet town of Castle Valley, surrounded by rocks and nature. The owners Jeannette and Jason were friendly. Their breakfast of pancakes, sausages and fruit (first morning), and baked omelette and ginger cake (next morning) was yummy.The room, Wingate, was clean. I had a good stay. It was out of the way, but the drive was beautiful.
What an amazing experience!!! Truly a hidden gem and without the help of Yelp, we would have never found this incredible b&b. It's a little off the beaten path and about 20 miles from downtown Moab but absolutely worth it. There is no cell phone service and the free wifi is hard to get unless you are on the main property but hey, that's kind of the beauty of it. It's nice to be off the grid surrounded by beautiful landscape. The innkeepers were wonderful- accommodating, friendly and when you sit down for breakfast, you will truly feel at home. Ps- the omelet recipe is online!! The hot tub is great for relaxing under the most incredible night sky I've seen in a long time. Apparently, Moab is home to some of the darkest skies in the country which means that there are TONS of stars. We literally saw 5 shooting stars in less than an hour. It was absolutely magical. If hot tubs aren't your thing, check the sky out from the hammocks. Not sure when or if we will get the chance to revisit Moab, but if we do there won't be a question of where to stay. It's that amazing.
Stayed at the Castle Valley Inn last summer during a part of a road trip. Paying a little more to stay here rather than right in Moab was one of the best decisions made during the trip. Jeanette & Jason were extremely accommodating, the property was lovely, the setting beautiful with little to no light pollution, the room was great, and the breakfast was AMAZING. If we could have we would have extended our trip and stayed there an additional night. I recommend this place to everyone that I hear is making a trip through the area. Edit: Years later this location is still the benchmark for the best place we've stayed.

(435) 259-6012

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Desert Bistro

36 S 100 W
Moab, 84532
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Great restaurant. We were surprised to find such a charming place in the middle of the desert. The interior is exquisite and the service impeccable. We had game and it was fabulous. Full of flavor, tender and juicy. Highly recommended!
Disclaimer: I have not been here since June 2004. It has since changed hands (the old restaurant appears to be defunct and a previously exisiting restaurant from town moved out here to take over the space)- so this review is about the actual physical space, not the restaurant itself. also, the above information notwithstanding, the address is now 1266 North Highway 191 and it sits about a mile north of town (but just south of the river bridge). and the website is desertbistro.com . That being said, it is in a beautiful old farmhouse and the outdoor seating sprawls out across the lawn. Very pleasant and clement on a summer night. I also remember one of the cats came up, jumped on a chair and joined us for dinner. Not everyone's cup of tea, but I got a kick out of it.
Excellent! The best meal in Moab and really excellent by any standard. Better than Buck's Grill. A bit pricey but worth it if you are used to finer dining. We had the pork tenderloin and a scallop appetizer and the quinoa salad. All were fantastic! Would definitely go back.

(435) 259-0756

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Wicked Brew

1146 South HWY 191
Moab, 84532
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We stopped here when our car broke down after the long drive from Colorado, and we left our car at the auto shop next door. The coffee here was surprisingly great, and I am quite picky. Cherry on top is that the decaf is water processed and delicious. This is one of the best mocha lattes I've had, and it definitely made my day better than how it started. Went back for another one the next day!
I love me some good coffee and this is some good coffee. Highly recommended when you're traveling through Moab.
Nice people with fast, hot coffee, what's not to like?

(435) 259-0021

Coffee & Tea

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Eklecticafe

352 N Main St
Moab, 84532
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This cafe in Moab was aesthetically pleasing from the outside, looking in. Very Moab. Very Eclectic. So desert. I ordered a bagel sandwich with bacon and cheese, because it felt right. Why did it feel right? Because I was about to hike the majestic delicate arch in a million degree hell heat, and I needed some carbs. I deserved a mass amount of carbs. The cutie at the counter was very helpful, and attentive. She seemed to have her footing. My sandwich was delicious, my friend got a giant breakfast burrito which she devoured. The hot sauce options were abundant. The patio was adorable. I would eat more carbs here.
A Hippie café but it's a GOOD Hippie café. They have great reviews so we decided to stop by. I was feeling brave so I ordered "Tofu Wakame". I never had something like that even in Japan and I will not comment how it tasted. The other food looked delicious and the servers were very friendly.
A MUST in Moab! The cutest little restaurant with of outdoor seating. They serve breakfast all day which is a win for me. Ordered: Breakfast burrito- solid breakfast burrito with delicious rice, beans, cheese and egg. Got it with THE MOST AMAZING green chili sauce. Was offered to get it smothered with it, and if I had known I would've gotten it smothered with some on the side. They should sell this green chili it's insane! Creeped on the table next to me to a lady eating the Indonesian Satay which looked amaaaazing A must when in Moab.

(435) 259-6896

Coffee & Tea, Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwiches

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Jeffrey’s Steakhouse

218 N 100 W
Moab, 84532
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Want a perfect meal? Do what we did: Calamari starter - hot, fresh and great dipping sauce Side salad - fresh and good Ribeye steak cooked perfectly med-rare Garlic mashed potatoes Shoestring fries with balsamic drizzle on top - amazing Glass of Merlot Chocolate flourless cake You're welcome! Service was an A+ - thanks for the perfect end to a perfect day! We will be back
Not sure about this place... Friendly staff. Feels like you are visiting family as it is in a house converted to restaurant Took forever to get our salad and bread. Bread was good salad dressing was good, but salad looked like something I would make at home. Then endless wait for our entrées.... Let's just say good was not worth the wait or the price. My husbands steak was overlooked. My fish was just ok. They gave us 3 pounds of potatoes. Something you'd get in a cheap diner. Would only come back for wine and bread
What a surprise in a little town in Utah. They specializes in Wagyu beef (known as the Butter Knife Beef because it's so tender you can cut it with a butter knife) and the quality of the steak was excellent. We started with the roasted beet salad which was very scrumptious. I had the petite filet and my husband had the prime ribeye. The meat was juicy and tender and the caramelized onion added a nice touch. They also had a great wine list. Highly recommended!

(877) 508-5135

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Susie’s Branding Iron

2971 S Hwy 191
Moab, 84532
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If you love delicious food, great sassy service, and cute decor this is the place for you! While visiting Moab my husband and I stopped in for dinner. We were so impressed with the food that we stopped in again a second night. If you are there on days they offer the bbq ribs you cannot go wrong ordering them. My husband and I had them on our first visit and then had the fried chicken the next, which also did not disappoint. There is also a yummy fry bread accompanying your meal and nicely portioned sides. They have an impressive selection of beer which was very much welcomed after a day of hiking. There is also a small selection of homemade desserts. I ordered the German Chocolate Cake which did not disappoint. This restaurant is about four miles away from the center of town but it is well worth the drive.
This place was everything I hoped it would be based on previous reviews: Service was awesome, prices were very reasonable, and food was hot and delicious (especially the fry bread).
Based on previous reviews we thought this would be a hit but we were disappointed. Good service but food was just ok. The best thing we ate were the fried pickles. Those were amazing.

(435) 259-6275

Burgers, Sandwiches, Barbeque

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Sabaku Sushi

90 E Center St
Moab, 84532
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We were so, so glad when Moab got its own sushi place back in 2011. No longer did we have to drive to Durango or GJT. I think Sabaku is much better than the ritzy, too-pricey place in Telluride, and they don't care if you're in hiking pants. The sushi-chefs are friendly and will chat you up, especially if they see you come in multiple times. My favorite roll is the LaSal, is has this lovely thin-slice of lime on top and I am a sucker for citrus. Their combinations are so good and never boring. I can only comment on the maki-rolls since we never tried the other entrees. The specials are inventive and named after local places and local geologic features. We also loved the Fiery Furnace roll. The moab airport is just north of town, and Sabaku gets their fish flown in. Very good stuff-- I LOVE this place and miss it when I'm not there.
Splendid food! Great service! Cool ambiance. Highly recommend! We loved celebrating our anniversary there.
we had a great experience at the bar tonight! great service and delicious sushi far from the coast! we especially enjoyed the spider roll and spicy hamachi roll. the sake flight was not only delicious but a great price! It's great to see that the place is busy even though its off the main drag (which was very touristy). thanks to all the reviewers at yelp who helped us find this spot!

(435) 259-4455

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Red Rock Bakery & Net Cafe

74 S Main St
Moab, 84532
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I really like this place. Only tried it for lunch so far, but they serve breakfast also. The interior is inviting and modern, like a coffee shop in San Francisco. Bread is delicious, a little on the thick side if you're a low-carber. I ordered a BLT and it was very fresh. The bacon was delicious and cooked perfectly. My husband ordered a pastrami sandwich but it was not heated so he didn't like it as much as I liked mine. Daughter got a turkey sandwich which she liked a lot, but it was way too big for a 6 year old. After that we began splitting sandwiches. Prices are fair IMO, the cookies and brownies good. They offer free (filtered?) water, but the cups they put out are tiny, so if you're a big water drinker do yourself a favor and pay for the bottled stuff, otherwise you'll be getting up ten times to refill. One time we went the owner kind of rushed us out, since it was closing time. But the next time she was super friendly so maybe we caught her on a stressed out day. The food comes out very quickly and like I said, it's very fresh. Highly recommend.
This place had the best Chai! 2 kinds to choose from too! The super friendly atmosphere is cozy & food is fresh, made on the spot. They made our sandwiches for our hike. I came back here a lot! Get there early, it can get packed.
Best whole-grain bread this side of the Colorado, and the owner Howard is always quick with a smile and some good convo. The bakery is also one of the only places in town where you can get a cup of Fresh Moab Coffee, which is a treat in itself. Be sure to check out the yoga studio in the back too. What a great space.

(435) 259-5941

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