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Best things to do in Moab

Coffee Shop
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“Low-key joint offering coffee & specialty drinks made with house-roasted beans, plus gelato & Wi-Fi. They also have a fun little shop attached. The roast is perfect and fresh choices daily. Each bag of beans, it's own unique work of art. ”
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Cafe
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“Breakfast hot spot in Moab. Only open during tourist season and only open for breakfast. Its a tourist FAV... not many options for vegans.”
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Meal Delivery
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“Best Pizza in town and they deliver. Be sure to tell them to go through the gate to the suite instead of go to the front door when they deliver.”
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Park
“Great place to dirt bike ride, atv, mountain bike. This is where the famous slick rock bike trail is located. ”
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Home Goods Store
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“Has good sales on clothing and a small amount of groceries if you're needing something in a pinch. It's like a big store but smaller. The same inventory with less of it, narrower isles.”
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Restaurant
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Cafe
“Owners are some of the nicest people you will meet in Moab! La Barba Coffee is locally made in Salt Lake City, Utah and definitely the best coffee in Moab. They Serve Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner as well as Homemade ice cream made to serve and have a chill and relaxing beer and wine garden in the back. ”
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Bowling Alley
“Family friendly area with bowling and games. Separate beer and wine bar for adults. Monte Carlo Bowling on Friday Nights.”
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Point of Interest
“An amazing 4x4 tour where you get to drive on the famous Hell's Revenge Trail!”
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Library
“Best Small Town Library of the Year in 2007! Plus, I am on the board and think it is an awesome library. ”
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Bicycle Store
“There are quite a few spots to rent a mountain bike from and get shuttles from but the only one I wanted to include in here is Chile Pepper Bike shop because they always have great service, bikes, and prices. Other shops I've been to will usually meet your needs yes but this shop goes above and beyond in my opinion. Next one I would recommend is Poison Spider which also has good bikes and shuttle service.”
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Restaurant
“Favorite small portion Mexican. Chicken spinach enchiladas are fantastic! No liquor license. Not much seating, so take your meal back to The LaunchPad :)”
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Point of Interest
“Bluegrass every wednesday with local band Quicksand Soup! Magic shows on the weekends!”
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BBQ Joint
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Park
“Fun place to go if you have little ones. Playground at the park, good place for a picnic AND the park has various musical instruments around for your kids (and you) to play with. Grab a burger/shake at Milt's nearby and hang out at the park with the family.”
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Grocery Store
“Freshest looking produce and often busy. Your alternatives are Moonflower Coop across from the P.O. on 100 N, or the Village Market for possibly the quickest shopping experience.”
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