Moab attracts all types of outdoor adventurers. Mountain biking is huge here—experts claim it has some of the best trails in the world—as are rock-climbing and hiking. And the setting, with its gorgeous red rocks, can't be beat.
Things to do in Moab
5 based on 1 reviews
Quesadilla Mobilla is Moab, Utah's first and only gourmet food truck, featuring delicious gourmet quesadillas that are not what you might expect! Come see why it has become a local favorite!
We ordered the Enchanted Chicken and the New Mexican Identity Crisis. Both were absolutely fantastic! They are plumb full of delicious flavor combinations. Only about about 6 people in line when we arrived. We were chowing down within 10 minutes. Don’t miss this little gem!
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Moab's best and newest spot for dessert. Two patios, shade, spacious parking. Open late, 7 days a week. Gluten and dairy free options as well as traditional treats. We have misters to escape the desert heat! Now serving frozen custard and fresh fruit Italian ices.
This parlour serves a good range of frozen youghuts, with some delicious blends of flavours I would not have thought would go together. We sat on the front deck, shaded from the blazing heat and just savoured our cooling tastes of heaven. Yummy!
5 based on 86 reviews
Cafe and fast casual restaurant located in the historic Moab Garage Co building on Main Street. Breakfast bites, lunch, and dinner served daily using fresh ingredients. Diverse beer and wine menus, specialty coffee, and house made ice cream.
A very friendly young couple own this spot, and we appreciated their knowledge of the local area. Only had the ice-cream which was both originally-flavored (blueberry basil) and not overly sweet...two pluses in my opinion. The shop also sells pastries, coffee, wine by the glass (only with a food order, per Utah state law) and lunch items as well as some local products. Worth stopping in!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Casually upscale gourmet southwestern cuisine. Join us in our intimate dining room or on the covered patio for fun & innovative food with friendly, attentive service. Visit our website to see our current menu and make reservations. Open nightly at 5:00pm.
I can not say enough great things about this restaurant.!! The food and service were truly outstanding. I can honestly say that it is one of the finest meals that we have ever enjoyed. Everything from the appetizers to the desserts were the best of the best! Excellent food and beautiful presentation.! We will definately be putting this restaurant on the top of our list when next we visit Moab.
4.5 based on 407 reviews
Many of the big-name haunts were closed or operating under limited off-peak hours. I was glad to catch the 7:30 opening time, as we were leaving town and this was my first opportunity to visit. So glad I did! Barista (Austin? Idk ... just overheard a regular call a name) was very kind and helpful, and crafted the perfect latte for my venture out of town. Pretty sure it had nothing to do with the comparison of the string of gas stations coffees I’ve been consuming for the last few days; it was delicious. If I lived in Moab, I too would be a regular. He knew exactly what the next two people in line after me wanted to order. Love that, and loved this coffee.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
We wanted ice cream and stopped here based on reviews. We shared a Carrot Cake cupcake with Cream Cheese Icing and a small Raspberry Cheesecake Ice Cream.
Both items tasted fine. The cupcake wasn't amazing - just okay. We liked the ice cream more than the cupcake.
4.5 based on 932 reviews
Serving amazing breakfast, lunch, to go and catering options. Join us for breakfast panini's, burritos or biscuits and gravy. Then take lunch for your adventure. Select from our large menu of wraps, sandwiches, panini's and salads to dine in or take away. Of course any bakery would not be complete without a wide array of pastries including homemade cinnamon rolls, fresh baked cookies, pies and cakes...With all ingredients from scratch. There is something for everyone..Indulge, eat healthy, gluten free, vegetarian, kids and adults alike!
Our family was quite hungry after hiking around Arches NP all morning. We had Sweet Cravings on our list thanks to TripAdvisor, and it did not disappoint. The sandwiches were large, tasty, and filling. Highly recommend. The clerk was very helpful in making recommendations for the adults and kids alike, although it looks like you can't go wrong with any of the many sandwich options available. We understand that it's a great place to buy sandwiches in advance of visiting Arches and Canyonlands National Parks (or any other destination in and around Moab) to pack with you, but this did fit into our plans. Glad we otherwise made it work to eat at Sweet Cravings.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Can’t really give a fair review due to the fact that at about 11am, they decided to close because they had been too busy(?). All we were after was coffee, but they put their closed sign up with people sitting all over the patio and inside. Bizarre and disappointing.
4.5 based on 485 reviews
Family owned and operated. Making authentic Mexican food and Mexican bread.
We really enjoyed our dinner at El Charro Loco. The food was flavorful and filling, which was just what we needed after arriving in Moab following a day exploring Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park. We arrived fairly early in the evening, so had no trouble getting a table, but the restaurant is quite small, so would imagine it can be difficult at times to get a table without a lengthy wait. We ordered cheese dip, Enchiladas Supreme, Fish Tacos, and the quesadilla and kid's combo from the kids' menu. Everyone enjoyed their meal. We saw some really creative dishes being brought to other tables that looked fantastic, too - now we know what to order next time!
4.5 based on 799 reviews
Small, eclectic cafe on the main strip in Moab. Menu written on the board on the wall is loaded with "health conscience" foods. I chose the Cuban sandwich which was rather good but does not come with any sides. The sandwich was good but for the price a tad high in price. With that said, Moab is a tourist destination and most things tend to be higher in price there.
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