A woman peers over the high counter as I enter Mollie’s Cafe in Snowville, the last Utah outpost on the I-84 west before it enters Idaho.
“Are you a salesman?” she asks, perhaps noticing the nylon briefcase slung over my shoulder. “Because if you are, I’m not buying.”
“But, hey,” I counter, “aren’t you selling something? Like, maybe, food?”
“I’m just the cook,” she laughs.
Mollie’s is the kind of place you enter as much for the colour, the character and the conversation as the food—and the food’s pretty damn good for a classic country kitchen.
I go for a classic BLT on sourdough, lots of crunchy bacon to offset the tomatoes. Nicely done, with a side of chunky vegetable and beef soup. There’s nearly a dozen fresh fruit and cream pies to tempt, but with hours still to drive, I don’t want to fall into a food coma.
15 Main Street, Snowville, Utah
Daily 6 am-10 pm
Hi Bill, That’s an old school diner, alright! Would love to visit a place like that soon and taste the food. Thanks for the short review, looking forward to more.