We’re glad that you’ve decided to let us serve your meal today. Our team of more than 70 employees has been serving customers like you since 1983. While our menu and many of the faces you see here have changed over the years, the one thing that’s stayed the same s our commitment to provide you with fast, friendly service and a good meal for an affordable price.
The team at Angie’s is like family, and we’re happy to have you as part of our family. During our more than 37 years in Logan, we’ve not only watched as many of our employees graduated from high school and Utah State University, but also as our customer’s families have grown. Much like the dinner table at home, we’re always happy to give our customers a place to sit down for a hot meal where all ages can find something to their liking.
In recent years, Angie’s has been recognized, both locally and nationally, as the restaurant “Where the locals eat.” We’re so proud to carry this title that many of our employees wear it on their shirt.
It’s true that most of our customers are from the Cache Valley area, and many dine with us several times a week. We want to thank those customers because they are the ones who put the shoes on our kids’ feet and keep us in business. But if this is your first time dining with us, we hope you enjoy your experience and we hope to see you again soon.
From every member of Angie’s team thank you for stopping by and please come back. We’ll be saving a seat for you.
The Angie’s Team
In the past 34 years there have only been a few days when Angie's has been closed. Even a serious water main break a couple of years ago only shut them down for a few days.
Quite frankly, any longer and folks would complain because a great many folks come in several times a week.
Sabor does things few business owners do.
Most recently, the wife of one of his managers was diagnosed with a serious health issue. Sabor didn't hesitate, he announced an afternoon and evening event where 25% of his total revenue would go to help his employee.
The result was astounding. The valley turned out, even the Smithfield cops came down as a group. The line was a lot like the one seen during their Annual Free Thanksgiving dinner.
The folks in Cache Valley Love Angie's and they Love all the Employees as well, and don't hesitate to show their love.
Every Year, Sabor opens Angie's up to everyone for a Wonderful, Free Thanksgiving dinner. It has become a tradition and as you see, folks line up.
There is a donation bucket but it's not required to get a meal.
And even then, All the money collected goes to Charity.
How many restaurants in the Entire West do this?