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“Needs some tourist shops”

Historic 25th Street
Ranked #3 of 47 things to do in Ogden
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 22 July 2014

Unless you are there on a Saturday summer morning enjoying their street fair/farmers market or their winter lights in the park; there isn't much of a draw to this area. They have a great bar/restaurant: Roosters. But they could use some fun tourist shops to pull in the crowds.

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Reviewed 26 June 2014

The diversity of what is here is so much fun! Superb restaurants yoga studios (ours especially) fresh food at A Good Life Cafe (fresh juices and healthy fare) boutique movie theatre, gourmet sock shop, The Blooming Lotus (hippie shop with so many fun things) coffee shops (Namely Grounds for Coffee), boutiques bubble teas, cupcakes, retro 50's clothes, antiques, bakeries, Sexy lingerie, A Comedy Club, dive bars, incredible Sushi, deep fried popcorn, a gorgeous park, live music, Union Station, Art Galleries, Ceramic Painting Studio, there is always art and often musicians on the straight coupled with the usual unusual transient characters who are totally harmless but certainly add flavor to this otherwise pretty upscale and funky downtown.

1  Thank kellee m
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Reviewed 13 May 2014

The historic street is not as exciting as it had been in years past. Shops that once were Antique stores are now either closed or a Tattoo parlor and high end specialty shops. Rooster's Brewery is the only good place for lunch. The north side of the street is laced with beer bars aka biker type bars. Hopefully the city will revamp this gem of a street and get it back to its former glory.

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Reviewed 12 May 2014

Got lost walking here because there the directions using app put you at middle of 25th street instead of down by Union station. 25th and Grant will get you to one end. Some nice places to eat, but there really weren't a lot of shops.

1  Thank BadgerConn
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Reviewed 25 April 2014

I love Historic 25th street, but one thing that must be understood, is that there really is only a stretch of two blocks that make up the whole experience. There are lots of shops, including an amazing salon that features the best stylist in Utah, and several little places to eat. The culinary choices are surprisingly varied, and most are very good. The pricing for most of the restaraunts is decent, not overly expensive, and will match the quality of the food they serve. There is a little night life in this zone, and a good time can be had for all. Plus the close proximity to several other things means that you won't lack for choices of things to do, see, or eat, even if you don't like what you find on 25th St.

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