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SoDa Row village center puts shopping and dining just a stroll or short bike ride from home. Even better, the shops, restaurants and services of SoDa Row are fresh and, for the most part, locally grown. And the whole atmosphere is colorful and outdoorsy. Think classic neighborhood retail district, but with a funky modern twist.
Like a beehive, the Daybreak community is always working together to create a wonderfully productive place. When Daybreak learned that bees were vanishing across America, they took action. Believe it or not, Daybreak is only about 12% complete, so there are over 3,000 acres of undeveloped land that are currently just sitting there until it’s time for them […]Read more
Café Bella Rue embraces the traditions of European cafes where life slows for family and friends to gather and enjoy great food and tasty treats. When customers step into the upscale bistro they are thrilled to discover and taste Café Bella Rue’s 34 flavors of award-winning artisan Gelato and Sorbetto. Café Bella Rue’s hand crafted Euro-fusion Panini, are considered some of the best sandwiches in Utah. Many patrons just relax on the soft leather sofas that surround the 20 foot stone fireplace sipping Italian hot chocolate or savoring one of café’s many hot or chilled espresso beverages.Read more
Bam Peck knows a thing or two about running a good Sports Grill. He cut his teeth as a bartender back in 1996 at The Point After. After developing a passion for the business he decided to buy the popular Murray establishment in 2004 which he later sold in 2009. After a stint doing other things, […]Read more
When Daybreak residents need an expert manicure, massage or haircut, all they need to do is take a quick walk or jog over to Nine Salon & Spa. (Of course they can bike too, but who wants to come home with helmet hair?) Open since March 2010, Nine Salon & Spa welcomes its clients with […]Read more
Walk into Soda Row’s new Swirly Girls Gourmet Bakery and swimsuit season suddenly feels light years away. Truly, resistance is futile when you see the neat rows of raspberry Danish, éclairs and fresh croissants hand-rolled through the night by a European-trained pastry chef. As owner Amberleigh Farrell sighs, “A ham and cheese croissant should be […]Read more
There are lots of ways to live…and love…in Daybreak and with Valentine’s Day approaching, SoDa Row has a few ideas to share: Romantic Five-course Dinner for Couples Wabi Sabi is creating a special Valentine’s Day dinner for Monday (February 14). The five-course meal includes a choice of crusted rack of lamb with fig […]Read more
Every neighborhood should have its own corner bakery, and its even sweeter when the recipes are homegrown. The Swirly Girls are Debi Jensen and Amberleigh Farrell, two Daybreak residents who share a passion for all things Yummy! They became friends when they moved to Daybreak, and quickly teamed up doing catering and desserts for friends […]Read more
Chilling on the Wabi Sabi patio with sushi and a tasty Wabi Sake, you may find yourself checking for your passport. Yes, those are the Wasatch Mountains and yes, that is Oquirrh Lake glimmering just beyond the patio, but the feeling inside Wabi Sabi is authentic Japanese—served up with plenty of modern creativity. Trained at […]Read more