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Farm Fresh

What do you do when everyone around you is closing down their operations and selling out to developers? You double down, reinvent yourself and carve out a niche that makes people crave what you have created. In this case, that niche was

The Bagel Den

A new dining option in Heber now delivers the flavors of New York to the valley. The Bagel Den opened its doors this past September and has been slinging NY bagels by the dozen ever since. The vibe when first walking into Heber’s new…

The Old Goat

What do you get when you combine a lifelong passion for cooking, hot sauce and a goat named Clover? You get Heber’s newest neighborhood eatery, The Old Goat! Ryan and April Estel opened their doors this November and they couldn’t be more…

The Infamous Swiss Tacos

The Swiss tacos were born 71 years ago in Little Water, N. M. Or rather, Elva Henderson was. Her journey to Midway was far from ordinary. Raised by her Navajo grandparents, Elva spent her early childhood herding sheep on the reservation.…

Passion on Wheels:

Family owned and operated in the Heber Valley, Lola’s Street Kitchen and Cucina Rustico take mobile eats to a new level. Featuring two incredibly talented chefs, these food trucks offer the freshest of ingredients and deliver top quality…

Fly-By-Foodie: Back 40

Alright, it has to be said: the Back 40 patio has one of the most amazing views in the valley. I am seriously in love with this gem of a location. What once was a not so great, run down bar, is now one of the most popular places in town to…

Fly-By-Foodie: Spin Cafe

Spin Café is spinning with fun and flavor from its uniquely decorated walls to its savory food. The amusing metal artwork creates a playful atmosphere and the menu boasts “fresh scratch cooking with a spin.” My middle child was my…

Fly-By-Foodie: Tarahumara

Saturday night at Tarahumara brings a good crowd, fun atmosphere and live music to the Tequileria. While the Tequileria was busy when we arrived, there was no wait for a table on the restaurant side of the popular Mexican eatery. We were…

Belle’s Bakery

Kayleigh Morton first visited the Heber Valley in 2010 after completing the pastry program at Le Cordon Bleu. “We just fell in love with the area,” she says, expressing a sentiment shared by many in the Heber Valley.