Brigham House Restaurant
Mon–Sat 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Sat 11:00 am–4:00 pm
Mon–Sat 4:00 pm–9:00 pm
The staff was friendly and the food was quick. The atmosphere was a bit confusing; rustic farm theme but trying to be upscale dining. A little pricey for the hometown cafe type food.
The food was so good and the people there were so nice and friendly. I only wish it was bigger for accomodating large parties.
Except for three or four nearby curbside spaces, the question about parking availability was never quite answered by various map applications, signs and nearby businesses which might have owned any spaces nearest the restaurant. At least the nearby bank seemed to have posted rights to its parking from Monday through Friday during business hours. Providing parking suggestions on the restaurant web site should be published immediately. The luncheon main courses and desserts are very good, but as other reviews have mentioned, the complimentary bread course is simply packaged "tear-apart" rolls. At least Utah's Rhodes Bake-N-Serv rolls could be offered as a "local" menu item. The Open Table reservation web site isn't entirely intuitive making reservations and changes daunting enough to find competitors' sites. Finally, while the (forced) offer of a 50-percent discounted birthday dessert is a kind gesture, this reviewer receives U.S. Social Security Administration SSI benefits which prohibit "gift food." It becomes increasingly tedious to provide reasons to decline such offers. Accepting or declining such offers shouldn't need to become a matter of national import; a simple "no, thank you" to any discount should be respected. I look forward to my next visit to the Brigham House Restaurant in Brigham City, Utah, my new hometown.
Meat dishes were great, however chicken pot pie was very bland. Definitely a meat and potatoes kind of place. Service was super. They are particular with menus for lunch and dinner. Felt a little like begging for prime rib at 4:00pm, but the chef thank goodness agreed to satisfy our meat cravings and allow us to have the prime rib though it wasn’t dinner time yet. Prime rib was tasty and super flavored. Atmosphere, a little country and elegance combined. Small restaurant. Very clean. Would definitely recommend for a nice dinner. We will be using this restaurant as a definite stop next time we are in Brigham.
We went to Brigham House for the first time for my daughter's birthday. The wait staff were amazing. Super friendly and attentive. Nikki was great with my grandson. The food was excellent and good size portions. We will be back.
We've been to Brigham House for breakfast and now dinner. Both times the food was delicious and reasonably priced. Their menu consists of a variety of enticing entres. I highly recommend this restaurant ! You won't be disappointed!
The burger is huge, but everything else on the menu is pretty forgettable. Rolls are out of a bag. Soup is out of a can. Pulled pork sandwich is something from a company picnic. Caesar salad is the first one I've ever had without croutons, and the chicken on it tasted like char without any seasoning. Kitchen was slow. Sadly another uninspiring Utah restaurant.