Duck Creek Village is an unincorporated community in Kane County, Utah, United States. It is located on the edge of Cedar Mountain, with an elevation of 8,507 feet (2,593 m). Although Duck Creek Village is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 84762.
Things to do in Duck Creek Village
5 based on 57 reviews
Small deli located in the heart of Duck Creek Village! Over two dozen homemade sandwiches, salads, burgers and more! All sauces are homemade! Everything made to order! Dog friendly patio! Only restaurant on the mountain serving higher than 3.2% beer! Rotating draft beers and over 12 different styles of craft and domestic beer. Wine available by glass and/or bottle! Full menu available for take out! Barbeque pit open on the weekends! Access from ATV trails! Family friendly! Coloring sheets, chalkboards and games available for kids!
Stopped here en route to Bryce Canyon and were amazed by the food and coffee. Adult-style grilled cheese sandwich with capicola and herbs and a sublime tangy cole slaw. Coffee was strong and robust. Ambiance was laid back and comfortable. The young lady who cooked...MoreThanks for stopping in our little deli! We are pleased to hear you enjoyed your dining experience with us! The Rancher is always a hit with folks! If ever in the area, we would love the opportunity to impress you again! Cheers, Martin's Corner Deli
4 based on 91 reviews
We stopped here for breakfast on our way to Cedar Breaks. Portions were ample, the food good and the service efficient and friendly. Highly recommended, but don't expect too much from tea anywhere at this elevation as the boiling point of water is too low for it to brew properly.
4 based on 31 reviews
We called in a pizza and stopped by to pick it up! The pizza wasn't quite ready when we got there, but the staff was very apologetic about the delay. The pizza was delicious.
4 based on 22 reviews
This place is a little on the pricier side. The steaks other people got looked good, but I opted to try the pizza (the sign was its great.) The 16 inch pizza might be that looked like a regular pizza, but the 7 inch was very doughy and reminiscent of a kids build your own pizza party. I wouldn't recommend the small pizza. I do, however, recommend the carrot cake! It is almost as good as Grandma's.
5 based on 1 reviews
I always save a night for Pinewoods, I love there ceaser salad! They have beer and wine, and there pizzas are amazing too.
5 based on 1 reviews
Marks always has fresh ingredients and the rolls their subs come on are really good. We go here about once a week...love it! The subs are big and filling. The pizza is very flavorful and I like the burritos too. You can sit outside and enjoy the beautiful view of the meadow or sit inside and watch the TV. Or get it to go and eat at any of the beautiful spots along the highway. The owners are very friendly and nice people. I highly recommend eating here.
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