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Layton: Taste of the Town



Looking for something else to do on Pioneer Day? --- Davis County restaurants are teaming up for Layton's "Taste of the Town," from 4 to 7 PM on Friday, July 24. Sponsored by the Davis County Chamber of Commerce and Layton City, food from some of Layton's top restaurants and live entertainment will be featured at Layton Commons Park. The event is free, but food tickets are required to taste restaurant samples.

Participating restaurants include Boston's, Corbin's Grille, Cutler's Cookies & Sandwiches, Costco, Daily Rise, Davis Hospital, Holy Smoke BBQ, Kasbah Grill, MacCool's Public House, Marie Callender's, Mimi's Cafe, Roosters, Taste of India and Zeppes Italian Water Ice.

In addition, Layton City will sponsor a free concert featuring Riders in the Sky at the Ed Kenley Amphitheatre following the Taste of the Town.