Davis County Daily Highlights- March 27

March 27, 2020

Twisted Sugar

You’ve made it through another day of self-isolation and social distancing, so you deserve to treat yourself! One of Davis County’s favorite indulges is Twisted Sugar. Twisted Sugar is a drink and dessert shop that offers a menu of nearly every soda you can think of mixed with a variety of fun flavors. They are famous for their homemade sugar cookies like Lemon Raspberry, Salted Caramel, and their most popular, Twisted Sugar- a sugar cookie with coconut frosting and a fresh squeeze of lime. 

Twisted Sugar has three Davis County locations in Centerville, Layton, and Syracuse. You can order and pick up your drink and treat in Layton and Centerville at their drive-thru. If you would like to visit the Syracuse location, please call to place your order and they will deliver it to your car.

 

Syracuse- Call to order. Curbside pickup

(801) 784-7271

1089 W 1700 S

Syracuse, UT 84075

Layton- Drive-Thru Only

(801) 513-5370

377 E Gentile St

Layton, UT 84041

Centerville- Drive-Thru Only

(801) 292-1992

25 W Parrish Ln

Centerville, UT 84014

 

Bountiful Greek Cafe

Bountiful Greek Cafe is one of very few Greek restaurants in Davis County. If you need a break from pizza or burgers and fries, then Bountiful Greek Cafe is definitely where you want to go next. They offer fresh, healthy, and authentic Mediterranean food on historic Bountiful Main Street. Their most popular items include a lamb or chicken gyro plate served with salad or fries, a flame-broiled chicken or lamb souvlaki, and their greek burger marinated in chipotle sauce.

Currently, they are open for takeout orders Monday-Saturday from 11am-8pm. You can place your order over the phone at 801-683-8942. They are also available for home delivery through DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Eats.

 

Bountiful Greek Cafe

801-683-8942

353 S Main St

Bountiful, UT 84010

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium

SeaQuest is an interactive aquarium that offers experiences you won’t get anywhere else in the state. Their motto is, “If you can reach it, you can touch it” making for a unique petting zoo meets aquarium experience. They have all of your favorite aquatic animals like stingrays, octopus, and jellyfish, plus land mammals like birds, otters, a sloth, and an adorable kinkajou.

For a limited time, you can buy tickets online for 50% off and use them anytime- they never expire! That makes an adult day ticket just $8.47 and a child ticket $5.47. Buy now, quest later!

Currently, they are open Friday-Sunday, making a great weekend activity the whole family will love. If you’re eager to visit the animals during the week, SeaQuest has virtual field trips on their YouTube channel where you can learn about exotic animals and see them up close. They also have free printable coloring pages and activity sheets available on their Facebook page. Complete these and turn them in once you visit SeaQuest and you’ll get free feeding tokens!

 

Friday-Saturday: 12-5 pm

Sunday: 12-6 pm

 

SeaQuest

(801) 544-4938

1201 N Hill Field Rd #1072

Layton, UT 84041

https://utah.visitseaquest.com

 

 

Davis County Tourism and Events has created a comprehensive guide of Davis County restaurants and what services they will be offering during the COVID-19 outbreak. You can view this guide here. We hope that you will use this as a resource to help you support our local businesses during this uncertain time. We will continually be updating the guide, so please check back frequently. 

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