It’s always a fun time when traveling to a new area for a burger. Â Today’s burger was the ParkStone Burger at Farmington, Utah’s ParkStone Wood Kitchen. Â It smelled so smokey good upon entering ParkStone that I was excited just to breath the sweet hickory wood fumes all afternoon. Â The good news is they stayed on my clothes so I was able to get reminders. Â ParkStone Wood Kitchen is a big restaurant with plenty of seating and plenty of televisions playing all over and I was ready for a great experience. Â Time for the review.
On any first visit I like to go with the signature house burger. Â The ParkStone burger started screaming to me as soon as I opened the menu. Â Double thick cheddar cheese on top of a delicious beef patty cooked medium with smoked bacon, lettuce, onion rings (that were heavenly) and a hint of BBQ sauce. Â I added a fried egg to bring it all together and waited for the party to start. Â For an appetizer, we went with a dish of cornbread which should be on every order at ParkStone because I’ll go back just for the cornbread. Â Wow!
The burger was beautifully cooked and a nice light pink in the middle. Â The bacon was smoked to perfection and the texture of the onion rings matched up nicely with the toasted bun, crisp lettuce and juicy meat patty. Â The oozing cheddar cheese was the perfect final touch to this burger and I’m a fan! Â With a drink the whole meal was about $15 so it’s not a cheap lunch but I’d go back to ParkStone for the exact same meal any time. Â The atmosphere was unique, smelled wonderful and did I tell you about the cornbread because it was amazing (and I want more right now).
ParkStone Wood Kitchen
905 W. West Promontory
Farmington, UT 84025