Updates

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.

We will have crab, steak and prime rib for our specials. They will be available Friday thru Monday after 5 p.m. I would like to say happy new year to all my customers!

Thank you to everyone that came out and joined us for our free community thanksgiving. It turned out better then we could have imagined.

Homemade chicken noodle soup with dumpling, every Thursday and Sunday. A great way to warm up!

Don't forget to call and order your holiday pies! We have apple, cherry, peach, pumpkin, pecan, blueberry sourcream, German chocolate, coconut and banana.


Testimonials

a month ago
Nice place, lots of locals frequenting this place. Down to earth people, great food. Though you may not think this is good you should try the liver - it is some of the best I've had in a long time. the other things on the menu are equally great.
- Flemming E
2 months ago
I ate here twice, once for dinner, and back for breakfast the following day. The food was great! I had a chicken fried steak for dinner which was very tasty. They server "scones" with their meals which are not like the breakfast scones I'm used to. These are fried dough and tasted very much like Navajo Fry Bread. For breakfast I had a senior breakfast that consisted of one egg, hash browns, and toast. I am not a big breakfast eater so this was just right.
- Lou A
a month ago
Great find! Wonderful happy service and wonderful choices. I'm a Code Red Rebel and I'm very deliberate about my fuel choices, the were very accommodating and friendly
- Debbie B
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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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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