Where to Eat and Drink in Moab

Where to Eat and Drink in Moab

While Moab is known for its outdoor adventures and extreme sports, you’ve got fuel up for those adventures somehow. Whether you are looking to grab something easy and delicious on your way out to the trail or are looking to relax with some good food and drinks after a long day out I’ve got you covered.

fried chicken from Doughbird

Where to Eat in Moab


Moab Garage: I’m a sucker for brunch, so Moab Garage is going to be a must. It’s super cutesy inside and the breakfast and lunch menus are delicious. You can go for something light and healthy like the parfait or go all out with the huevos rancheros, both are solid options.

Love Muffin: Love Muffin is a cafe-style breakfast spot with solid coffee and excellent breakfast. You can order online for pick up which always makes grabbing breakfast on the go easy. I am a big fan of their breakfast burritos, especially after an early morning hike.

Moab Garage brunch


Doughbird: This might be the most hipster-y place in Moab, maybe it’s the fancy doughnuts or maybe it’s all the subway tile, either way, it’s good. Doughbird does two things, doughnuts and fried chicken, and they do them both amazingly! Their themed doughnuts are so cool looking (we were there around Halloween) but you’ll still def want to eat them.

Quesadilla Mobilla: Quesadilla Mobilla is indeed a quesadilla food truck, and it is awesome, what can I say? Hipsters love food trucks. Grab a quesadilla on your way out to an adventure or on your way home, either way, they are delicious. I can never decide which is better, the Southern Belle or the Enchanted Chicken, I guess you’ll have to try them both!

Food Truck Park: Moab’s Food Truck Park has around seven trucks serving up a variety of food from tacos to Chinese food to sandwiches. Grab your food and enjoy it at the picnic tables under the shade.

Quesadilla Mobilla Food Truck


Trailhead: If you are craving a Burger Trailhead is your spot. The burgers are amazing, I’m literally getting hungry just thinking about them. The building is one of the oldest in town and is beautiful inside. Plus they have a rooftop patio for enjoying your burger in the fresh air.

98 Center:  For really great Vietnamese food head over to 98 Center. The pho is excellent, I’d highly recommend the Beef with Wagu Sirloin, but they have vegetarian and vegan options too if you are needing some veggies in your life. And make sure to try the Golden-Aid, a sparkling ginger turmeric lemon drink, it’s delicious!

Spitfire: I’d say Spitfire is the best BBQ in town, they are super fast and the portions are just about perfect. I had the mac n cheese bowl loaded up with pulled pork, bacon, and jalapeno, and it was delicious! Plus they have a really nice outdoor patio.

Trailhead Cheese Burger

Where to Drink In Moab


Wicked Coffee: If you need to pick up some coffee and breakfast real quick on the way out to your adventures Wicked Brew is your spot. It’s a drive-through coffee stand with good coffee and breakfast burritos that will only take you a minute. Seriously, you’ll be in and out in no time.

Moab Coffee Roasters: Locally owned and roasted coffee with grab-and-go breakfast items, but more importantly, gelato. Moab Coffee Roaster is a great spot to grab a cup of coffee and chill outside on their patio and watch the world go by on Main St.

Wicked Brew Coffee


Woodys Tavern: If you are looking for a fun dive-y bar Woodys Tavern has drinks, music, and pool tables. Everything you really need for a good night out right?!

Moab Brewing: Moab Brewing is Moab’s largest restaurant and only brewery, it’s kind of a must. It’s a good spot to grab a beer and some snacks after a day out adventuring, but be aware that it can get really busy, like hours-long waits and frazzled servers kind of busy. No judgment on them for that, it’s a popular place, but it’s just a good thing to be aware of.

Spanish Valley Vineyard:  Full disclosure, I did not get to hang out and do a tasting at Spanish Valley Vineyard (thanks COVID), but I was able to purchase a few bottles and have my own tasting at my Air BNB. They specialize in German-style wines, think Rieslings and Gewürztraminers. All the wine is made completely on the property from growing the grapes to bottling, they do it all right there. It’s a small operation, and after briefly talking to the owner I can imagine doing a tasting there with him would be a lot of fun.

Moab Brewery

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