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TOOELE/MORGAN -- Which hometown restaurants in northwestern Utah are the best? For our travel series "The Great Escape," we asked Facebook users for recommendations.

Several mentioned Dairy Delight, located at 46 W. 100 South in Tooele. It's known for its old-fashioned burgers.

Multiple viewers recommended...
Maddox (Perry) (7 recommendations)
Angie's (Logan) (6 recommendations)
Bluebird (Logan) (6 mentions)
Peach City (Brigham City) (5 mentions)
Fredricos (Logan) (4 mentions)
Idle Isle (Brigham City) (4 mentions)
Calls Drive-In (Perry) (3 mentions)
Larry's Spring Chicken Inn (Morgan) (3 mentions)
Stephs (Morgan) (3 mentions)
Steak House/Pie Dump (Garland) (3 mentions)
Gosners Cheese Factory (Logan) (3 mentions)
Stockton Miners Cafe (Stockton) (3 mentions)
Sostanza (Tooele) (3 mentions)

Customer Christine Warr told us, "They just have great food. They've always had great food here, ever since they were just a little place down on Main Street."

The place is always busy, with the business crowd, high school students and members of the military all dining there.

By the way, we tried the fried pickles, which may sound weird but were delicious!

Ten different Facebook posters insisted we try Taggart's Grill, at 1105 N. Taggart Lane, in Morgan, Utah.

Customer Erica Wright said, "I love Taggart's for the atmosphere. The service is excellent and their food is very, very good."

Another customer, Marina Eldridge, added, "We love Taggart's because the food is fresh. And they have the best chicken artichoke soup."

Customers say even if you go no farther than the dessert counter, you won't be sorry.

Taggart's is so packed on the weekends that some diners told us they really didn't want us to spread the word.

The Great Escape

These eating establishments are just part of KSL 5 News Today's month-long tour of the state, called "The Great Escape." Other highlights from northwestern Utah include:

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