At Thai Curry Kitchen, they make the curry pastes themselves! This means they leave out unnecessary preservatives and dyes like MSG and food coloring, catering to customers looking for vegan and vegetarian options.
Thai Curry Kitchen helps you identify the ingredients by the color of the paste - "A yellow curry comes from turmeric; add red chiles and you move into orange and red curries; green curries are made with fresh green chiles and are usually the very hottest."
Follow them on Instagram & Facebook to see what their latest deals and delicious dishes - and make sure you enjoy a Daily Rise Cold Brew with your curry!
Hearth On 25th
Our friends over at Hearth On 25th offer scratch seasonal dishes, with focus on live fire cooking. From archaeological history, the term “hearth” means “heat of the earth.” The Tuscan wood burning oven is the most fundamental of hearths, using stone and heat from a rustic hard wood fire.
See Hearths full menu HERE .. And follow them on Facebook to see their latest deals and delicious meals!
Hearths has always been where family and friends gathered round for warmth and food. So head down and gather round and enjoy some Daily Rise Coffee while you're there!
Our friends over at Crepes Etc. make some seriously delicious crepes - savory and sweet!
We love enjoying a crepe on a busy Saturday at the Farmers Market in Ogden. Go check them out and they cater!
Little Blackbird Soap Company offers fresh natural handmade soaps and other body care products made using only the highest quality ingredients.
Their JAVA is made if freshly ground and brewed espresso beans from Daily Rise Coffee and creamy goats milk, organic coconut, palm, avocado and olive oils with coffee butter, Greek yogurt, colloidal oatmeal, and cruelty free tussah silk. There is also a little of the ground beans for a bit of exfoliation and scented chocolate espresso.
We tried it and we LOVED it! They are running a special: 5 silk soap bars (like the Java) for $30. AND if you mention this post you can receive $1 off any individual bar!
You can find Little Blackbird Soap Company at the Farmers Market Ogden on 25th street every Saturday 9 AM to 2 PM - or you can purchase online HERE!
Ogden Arts Festival - 2016
For 13 years the Ogden Arts Festival has been a premier community event that attracts more than 15,000 community members and visitors. Nurture the Creative Mind, the new management organization and local art non-profit for youth, is proud to partner with Ogden City and is committed to producing a quality, unique, and fun festival for our local community. Our mission is to cultivate a community wide effort to nurture a stronger artistic culture by empowering and encouraging creativity of residents and visitors of the Ogden area.
"Like the proverbial pebble in the pond, the owners and baristas at Daily Rise Coffee have tossed a coffee bean of kindness into the community and broadcast waves of positive energy. And that’s not an interpretation of what Daily Rise projects. The company’s homegrown motto is “Promoting positive energy since 2004.”"
In 1995, Kym and Pete Buttschardt opened the first Roosters Brewing Company on Historic 25th Street in Downtown Ogden. In late summer 2005, Pete, Kym and the Roosters' fabulous crew introduced their vibe to Layton. From geographical, philosophical and culinary perspectives, the new location is just off what locals call "Restaurant Row." Roosters is Davis County's first and only micro brewery and boasts what is arguably the city's most unique menu.
Now you can enjoy Daily Rise Coffee with their delicious brunch menu.