Updates

The last three days, we have been working hard trying to get the cafe sanitized and ready for all the restrictions and changes. Our customer and employees health is our priority at this time. We are excited to announce we will be open for DINE IN with full menu, curbside and online ordering is re...

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Due to COVID-19, are dinning room is closed. We are open for take out, curbside and limited delivery. We will have delivery Monday through Friday from 11:30 to 1:30 and on Saturday from 10 to 4. Salina only with 25 dollar minimum purchase.

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To everyone who does not want to risk going out to eat and all the moms who do not want to cook every meal the next two weeks... remember we have to go orders and box lunches available!

Changes have been made to the salad bar. We now have fruit, sweet broccoli salad and sun flower seeds. Come check it out! Salad bar is set up for lunch from 10 to 4. Dinner salad bar is set up at 4 for dinner.

We will be closed Sunday the 3rd and Monday the 4th of February for repairs and maintenance. Sorry for the inconvenience.


Testimonials

a week ago
Our favorite place to stop in Salina! Great breakfast and interesting history too. I think the building dates maybe from the 1850s because of the lack of concrete (fitted stone architecture) you can see in places. I attached a picture.
- Bill W
6 days ago
Great home fare in a retro but friendly setting. Everything came out hot and cooked right. Liked my dinner of chicken fried steak so much, that I came back for breakfast the next day and confirmed my opinion.
- Salty M
a month ago
Service very good! Food preparation..... ok, nothing to brag about. Food itself tasted again okay. Very nice setting here. Historical place, one for the ages. recommended if you're in the area.
- daniel m
Mom's Cafe was built in 1878.  It was first a co-op selling clothes, grain, caskets and a myriad of items.  Around 1926 the building was turned in to Mom's Cafe, and has served people from many parts of the world.

Salina is known for our coal mines.  Semi trucks haul coal to Levan, Utah and all over the state, to power plants, Kennecott Copper, Ely, Las Vegas, and several other areas.  Other industries include salt mining, clay mill, gypsum plant, ranching, farming and oil.

Salina is called the Hub City, linking North, South, East and West.  It's perfect for a home base for trucking and the residual business that it brings. We've served many celebrities passing through on their way to ski resorts and all Utah's National Parks.



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  • (435) 529-3921

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10 E Main St
Salina, UT 84654
United States

Business Hours

Mon:7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Tue:7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Wed:7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Thu:7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Fri:7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sat:7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sun:7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
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