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Dairy Keen - Home of the Train
Hamburger Restaurant$
Today 10:30AM–10PM
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199 S Main St Heber City, UT 84032
199 South Main StreetUSUtahHeber City84032
(435) 654-5336dairykeen.com
$Hamburger Restaurant, American Restaurant
Hamburger Restaurant
American Restaurant
Fast Food Container
Fast Food Restaurant
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Western Food
Today 10:30AM–10PM
Tuesday 10:30AM–10PMWednesday 10:30AM–10PMThursday 10:30AM–10PMFriday 10:30AM–10PMSaturday 10:30AM–10PMSunday ClosedMonday 10:30AM–10PM
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Vintage mom-&-pop joint with a miniature train serving burgers, fries & shakes, plus seasonal items.- Google
"Very excellent burgers, great fries and shakes, fun atmosphere."
"Too expensive for the quality (and portion) of food they serve."
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Shelby Woolf
2 weeks ago
Great food!! Great fry sauce. I love their fries and onion rings. Good service, very clean. But always very busy.
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Sara Stoker
a month ago
Best shakes ever. Yummy food. Great service. Friendly staff. Clean. We love this place!
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Thayne Christiansen
4 months ago
Absolutely amazing service. I was here during "Swiss days" and the place was packed. They took my order in under 10 minutes and had my food in under 20. For the sheer number of people in the place that was very fast. Unfortunately the food wasn't anything to remember. Usually fast food burger. The strawberry shake was quite delicious though.
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Jeffery Vahrenkamp
5 months ago
This restaurant has many great features. We were passing through Heber city for fun and decided to stop because my son loves trains. They have a model train that does laps around the edge of the ceiling. They also have many other little train themed gimmicks, like train seats in their out door seating area and a Harry Potter train model in the back seating area. Trains aside, the food and service were also superb. Despite the fact that we came when it appeared half of the town of Heber was there for food, our service was very quick. They have pagers to let you know when you food is ready, and the shake and burgers were excellent. I would recommend this restaurant.
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Liam Haggerty
3 months ago
One of the last few wonderful local American diners that I know of. Good, hot, greasy American burgers and sandwiches that fill the stomach and satisfy the palate without really emptying your pocket. And the ice cream? Simply heaven. It's largely staffed by part time high school students, and while they occasionally have their bad days, their overall service has always pleased me as a customer.
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Ron Williams
4 months ago
This is a very well done family ran burger and shake restaurant. Thick eat with a spoon shakes of lots of flavors. A train runs around the ceiling and the theme of the place celebrates the old Heber Valley steam railroad nearby. Gluten free options even for kids. Lots of menu options and well staffed. Clean bathrooms. Probably one of the best choices in Heber City and worth the drive from Park City.
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H H
a month ago
The best atmosphere! Fun for all ages. Homemade soups and lots of shakes! And, the real reasonmto go...is the train inside:)
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Kade Osborn
3 months ago
Great old fashion burger with a super fun environment! I dropped my wife's burger and went up to buy another and they took care of it! And fast! Definitely recommend!

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In Honor of our Mother, Grandmother, and Friend, the Dairy Keen will be closed today, Sept. 29, for her Funeral. We are so very grateful for the caring love and support that has been shown to our family throughout this difficult time! 
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Itha Murdock doing what she loved. We are still collecting donations to help cover the funeral costs.
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Ever wonder how to make Lila Mae Johnson's Famous Swiss Bread? Check it out on our blog! http://www.dairykeen.com/swiss-bread-zopf-bread/
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Wishing you all a safe and happy Independence Day from your friends at the Home of the Train! Be sure to enjoy a little something yummy for Ice Cream Month!
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What classic car are you hoping to see at this year's Back to the Fifties Car Show in the Heber City park on Saturday?
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Who's enjoying the Wasatch County Fair Days Parade out front of the Home of the Train?
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Happy New Year! Thanks for helping us make 2013 a great year. Now let's go and make 2014 an even better one!
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From our family to your family, wishing you a very Happy Thanksgivings and safety in your travels. We are Thankful for you!
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We hope everyone had a great long weekend! We sure had fun making all those burgers and shakes! Now on to a little bit of rest and relaxation...
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Happy Pioneer Day Utah! We are grateful for those who came before to make this state great as well as those who settled this beautiful Heber Valley!
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Dairy Keen was featured in a recent article on the Daily Universe at BYU. We made their Weekly Five for "Best Burger and Shake Places." Check it out!
Summer is in full swing, and it’s hot. While you could go swimming or sit in front of a fan all day, why not celebrate the season the American way? Go grab a burger and a shake. The following are five great burger and shake places around Provo. 1. Sammy's  Sammy’s is well known among…
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July just became one of our favorite months of the year.. because it's Ice Cream Month! Let's escape this heat with a little something cold.
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