Logan is an area that sustains familiar dining options while allowing for local culinary talent to develop and flourish. There’s something for every stomach (and budget) here; don’t be afraid to branch out and experience the flavor of Cache Valley!
Dining On Campus
Meal plans are available for all students and can be used at either of two all-you-can-eat, buffet-style dining rooms. The Aggie Marketplace, located in the Taggart Student Center, has dishes ranging from southern comfort food to a full service pizza and pasta bar, freshly grilled burgers, chicken wings, hot dogs and more. And don’t forget the all-you-can-eat Aggie Ice Cream on Sweet Street!
Some meal plans also include flex spending money that can be used at any of the convenient eateries around campus. Visit to see menus and a full list of delicious dining options.
The Beehive Grill was established in 2009, by friends and restaurateurs desiring to bring the delicious food and successes of the Moab Brewery to Logan. Since then, it has become the place “where friends meet!” over entrees varying from burgers and succulent steaks to vegetarian fare, including French fries with homemade root beer fry sauce. In the mood for something sweet? Beehive Grill is Cache Valley’s only source for gelato; with eight different flavors made fresh in-house daily. In addition to the famous house brewed Beehive Brew Root Beer, the grill also boasts some of the finest quality ales and lagers in the state, with eight custom brews, seasonal selections, and a full bodied Desert Select Ale.
Founded in 1976 by Randy Wirth and Sally Sears, the focus of Caffé Ibis is on Triple Certified, Organic, Fair Trade, and Smithsonian Shade Grown coffee from around the world. Through the decades, it’s stayed true to its mission – you can get unbeatable quality and freshness here while still “supporting social justice and environmental stewardship!” In addition to the coffee, the Caffe Ibis Gallery Deli features fresh, local, and healthy menus for breakfast and lunch. Being socially responsible never tasted so good!
Since opening in October 2002, Cafe Sabor has provided a fine-dining Mexican food experience for its customers. The restaurant offers both indoor and patio dining options and a large and varied menu. Located in the historic Center Street Depot, the atmosphere and food deftly blend Hispanic influence and Cache Valley tradition.
Revered as "The Soul of India in Cache Valley," the Tandoori Oven prepares authentic Indian cuisine with ingredients and recipes imported directly from India. Its quirky gas station location, mouth watering entrees, and attentive staff have made this family owned restaurant the crown jewel of the Cache Valley food scene. Visit today and see why the home of the “Finest Indian Cuisine in Cache Valley” has been ranked the number one restaurant in Logan on both tripadvisor.com and urbanspoon.com!
With over 26 different flavors and a rich heritage, Aggie Ice Cream is a favorite in Cache Valley. Aggie Ice Cream possesses larger butterfat content (12%), contains less air, and is aged slightly longer than most commercial brands. This smooth, rich treat was so beloved by a Korean USU student named Duk-Man Lee that he worked with USU to open the first international Aggie Ice Cream in Seoul, South Korea. If that isn't enough incentive to visit, maybe the fact that Aggie Ice Cream was the first ice cream in outer space will entice you to walk to the creamery and have your first taste of our famous Aggie Blue Mint or Lemon Custard ice cream; or try our new flavor celebrating True Aggie Night!
When first built in the early 1900’s by Herman “Herm” Johnson, Herm’s Inn was surrounded by empty fields and farmland, so it was considered a person’s last, or first, chance to gas up before going through the canyon. After lying dormant for decades, the original building has been restored by current restaurant manager Ryan Bird. The renovation produced a breakfast and lunch eatery with an updated menu and an old fashioned, yet modern look. If you are in the market for fresh, local food, Herm's Inn is a great place to try.
Angie’s is a Logan icon. Its relaxed, classic diner feel, and hearty food have led it to be labeled as the place “Where the locals eat.” Come today and enjoy all day breakfast, homemade pies, or tons of classic American dishes. If you have a large group or are having an ice cream craving, come try your hand (or spoon!) at the local tradition of “cleaning the sink,” or take your family out for ice cream – kids cones at Angie’s are always free!
Located in a quaint little house near historic downtown Logan, eating at Le Nonne will transport you to Italy for a night. Executive Chef PierAntonio Micheli was born and raised in Tuscany, and has brought the mouthwatering cuisine of his native country to Logan. As if the authentic Tuscan specialties were not incentive enough, if you dine at the restaurant on a Wednesday, Friday, or Saturday evening, you can enjoy your meal while listening to live jazz music.
Whether you want a filling meal or are just looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth, there is a crepe for you at the Logan Crepery. With its laid back cafe vibe, friendly staff, and a diverse menu with something for every craving, this eatery is ideal for enjoying good food while visiting with friends, working on homework, or diving into a new book.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, step back in time with a visit to Center Street Grill. Set up to call back to the carefree days of the 1950’s, this burger joint also offers a salad bar and a huge list of over-the-top shakes. The homemade hamburger buns and family friendly atmosphere make the Center Street Grill a must-visit. The Green Chili Lime Burger is a restaurant staple, and if you’re feeling adventurous, ask to go “off the menu!”
Belly dancing in Utah? At the Indian Oven, you bet! Owner Ash Oberoi and his staff are dedicated to helping the people of Cache Valley experience not just the food, but the ambiance of India. Raised in the great plains of Northern India, Ash discovered a passion for cooking at an early age in his mother's kitchen, before life took him on a worldwide journey to nearly fifty countries as a sailor. After settling in Utah in 1981, he finally decided it was time to share the aromatic cuisine of his homeland. The Indian Oven is the result of that decision. Come and visit today: if the wide range of menu choices and affordability aren’t enough, the atmosphere and friendly people are sure to keep you coming back for more.
Costa Vida, Panda Express, Chili’s, Golden Corral, International House of Pancakes, Village Inn, Sizzler, Olive Garden, Chuck-A-Rama, etc.
Arby’s, Arctic Circle, Chick-Fil-A, Domino’s Pizza, Einstein Bros. Bakery, Little Caesar’s Pizza, McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Sonic, Taco Bell, Taco Time, Wendy’s, and more.