The Emery County Business Chamber welcomes the 19th Hole Eatery to the business community of Emery County. The ribbon cutting was on the deck of the restaurant. Wylie Nelson cuts the ribbon while Jenene Hansen and Ann Jones hold the ribbon. Also joining to welcome the business was Ferron Mayor JoAnn Behling and Millsite golf pro Jordan Leonard.
The Emery County Business Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting for the 19th Hole Eatery at the Millsite Golf Course.
The Eatery is operated by DaShai Nelson and family. They are open Tuesday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday they are open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. On Sundays they are open from noon to 3 p.m. The restaurant is closed on Mondays.
Nelson said she plans to stay open until November and maybe longer.
You can eat in the dining room, take home and order or eat out on the deck and enjoy the views at Millsite State Park and Millsite golf course.
Nelson said her specialty is the salads which include a garden salad, California chicken salad, chef salad and crispy chicken salad.
The restaurant offers a variety of burgers, a chicken sandwich, fish sandwich, baskets of fish, chicken and fries.
You can get a footlong hotdog, corn dog, English chips, handcut fries, deli club sandwich, BLT, turkey, pastrami and ham and cheese.
There are a variety of drinks and desserts.
The 19th Hole Eatery offers catering and can come to your event or you can host your event at the restaurant.
Call 384-3355 or 749-2296 for more information.
The 19th Hole Eatery is worth the drive to Ferron. If you're a golfer grab a quick snack to take out on the course or call from one of the holes and have your order ready when you get back to the club house.