Sconecutter is a Utah classic, first opening in downtown Salt Lake City in 1977. The family owned business was an instant hit growing to locations across Utah at one point. The fast food restaurants is know for its traditional Utah scone bread but you can find lots of other items too: pita sandwiches, wraps, Navajo tacos, and thick ice cream or yogurt shakes.
Need an extra reason to stop by? Both Sconecutter locations (their drive thrus at any rate) are open 365/24/7. That’s right, if you’re craving a hot scone at 4 a.m. on a Wednesday morning, just head on down.
The following Sconecutter menu is dated April 2014:
The above Sconecutter was converted from a menu from the business dated April 2014 on Google.
What else should I know about Sconecutter
Cuisine: Fast food
Don’t miss: Frybread
Parking: Own lot
Service and atmosphere: Casual counter service
What are the hours for Sconecutter?
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Where is Sconecutter located in Utah?
There are currently two Sconecutter locations in Utah:
South Salt Lake
2040 S State St, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
9000 South 225 West, Sandy, UT 84070