We were vacationing in Utah and tried to find a decent place to eat. This restaurant looked good from the outside. But once we tried this place and found that it was a terrible mistake eating there. Over priced, poor tasting food, and bad service. We should have read the reviews from the web before go in. We learned our lesson. Just do a search on the web, you will find how terrible this place is. It's so bad that I have to warn everyone about it.
The price was extremely high, but the quality and quantity were extremely low. Although they have very good in-store advertisement, the real dishes were awful! Besides, the waiter brought our dishes to newly coming customers as a show time before taking to us, regardless of our long-time waiting!!!!!
As a native Southern Californian, I can testify to the imported So-Cal fast-lane attitude, which is of course similar to the one we all have out here... so if you are a by-the-book, conservative, reserved Morman or other Hurricane native, as well as easily intimidated or a bit on the meek, gentle side, this MAY NOT be your first choice for an eaterie. However, if you are looking for excellent food, FOR A PRICE THAT YES, DOES REFLECT THAT QUALITY, you are in the right place. This place has served numerous celebrities, TV food show hosts/critics, car/bike clubs and a myriad of other high-profile groups and individuals, and has not done so because they didn't earn it. The owner, Steve, is aggressive and proud, but it is not meant in any way negative whatsoever, it is simply the acquired tenacity of one who has personally seen the rise and success of several of his own businesses. Bottom line, if you aren't meek, and want some killer grub that you will indeed pay some more for - *shock/disbelief* - head by Barista's.
wow this is the best food and service the bread is made from scratch the steaks are usda prime, fresh halibut ,swordfish ,sushi grade salmon,yellowfin suswhi grade ahituna handmade newyork style thincrust pizza, also handpressed gourmet burgers,real salads,handmade chili and handmade 14% icecream made on location,and they take all credit cards,its clear that all of the local haters have spent a lot of time begging people not to go in and find out the truth at baristas. they allways complain about the price price price price price price i mean one lady says she never even went past the door but goes on and on on on on on on about nothing,now why would she spend her time,i recomend she reads up on her bible.then you have little kids etc comparing fine food to fast food, i mean what a joke, they must think everybody only cares about how much cheap food and free drinks and service they can steal, they must not even realize that there are millions of people like me that want high quality and service and know that you only get what you pay for, i hope some day they have that in there lives. keep teaching and changing the world baristas
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first the good: it was clean and the food tasted good. they have a wide variety of food available.
the bad: pushy salesman like waiter. outrageous prices. they brought other patrons food by our table to show off what everyone else was eating.. odd. i will eat at a gas station next time. $60 for two burgers, a coke, a shake, and an espresso.
Fresh, handmade, homemade, and a barking owner. That's Barista's. Additionally, the waiter does not provide you with a menu, and you have to use a magnifying glass to find the prices on the wall, or specifically ask for them. As a result, turned out that a plate with a regular-sized piece of fish with some grilled toppings at the side will cost you close to $40...in a fancy coffeeshop in Hurricane, Utah. On top of that you pay $10 for a bottle of water. Furthermore, when you ask why the Ahi Tuna is still refrigerated inside, you get a lecture that this is how Ahi Tuna needs to be eaten. We had an extremely bad experience in Barista's when it came to service, and found the owner to be extremely agressive, and not in touch with reality. He felt the need to compare his coffeeshop to the best restaurants in Vegas, and as such his prices should be looked at completely different. Overall, not a good experience, but the only place we could find after 9:00pm near our motel on a Sunday.
We were not impressed with this place. The owner/operator was very pushy, service was performed by a half-clad little teenage girl, the wait was extremely long, the prices quite high for what we ordered - a BLT, a turkey sandwich, deep fried sweet potato chips, 2 coffees, all at $30.00. I voiced my opinion about the long wait and the white only bread available when the owner/operator became quite beligerant defending the quality of the food which, of course was too oily for our palate. Never again, this place will be passed up on the way to Zion.
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