A stately hotel from Ogden’s heyday as a railroad hub, The
Bigelow is central to the city. The Hampton Inn and Suites might be a chain, but it occupies a restored historic building with spectacular views of the mountains and city.
In Ogden, head to Slackwater Pizza for creative wood-fired flatbread pies and a massive beer selection. Do not try the ghost pepper hot sauce. If you do, consider yourself warned. Nearby, The Angry Goat Pub & Kitchen has a great menu and more than 200 beers on tap. The Angry Goat Balls— yummy fried risotto—are an excellent après snack.
Alleged, now a multi-floor bar and club, refers to the building’s past as a brothel. Downstairs it’s a DJ dance club; upstairs is a rooftop jazz bar. Yes, Hell is a hot spot for live music, good food, and a friendly crowd of Ogden locals who like to get down and boogie.
Social Axe Throwing gives you a chance to take out your aggression by throwing axes at a target in a friendly competition with your ski chums.