Layton Local Restaurants to Support

Just because we’re now eating from home, that doesn’t mean you have to get food from there. Everyone has those days when they have no desire to cook, even when we’re facing Stay-At-Home orders across the state. Luckily many of our favorite restaurants are remaining open for carry-out or delivery service. Ordering delivery and carry-out service is safe, as long as you follow proper precautions. There is no evidence that suggests food or food packaging being associated with COVID-19. To take extra precautions, you can wipe down food packaging, put the food on your own plate, and wash your hands thoroughly before eating to minimize risk. Supporting these restaurants will also help these locally run and owned businesses remain open long after the COVID-19 pandemic has passed. Take a look at some of these local favorites:

Thai Rod Dee

Thai Rod Dee offers Asian comfort foods with a focus on Thai cuisine. Thai Rod Dee is open for takeout. Find more information about their options on their Facebook page or by giving them a call at 801-546-3735.

Holy Smoke BBQ & Grill

Holy Smoke serves up classic barbecue plates, as well as some classic Americana dishes. They are open for take out. Check out their menu on their website, then give them a call at 801-614-5011 to order.

Sill’s Cafe

Sill’s Cafe is a much loved mom-and-pop spot serving classic American breakfast and lunch plates. Sill’s is open for takeout orders. Take a look at their menu and keep up with the latest news on their Facebook page.

Weller’s Bistro

Wellers Bistro serves German-American brunch options to delight. They are open for curbside takeout. Find their menu and the most up-to-date information on their Facebook page.

Big Sai’s Hawaiian BBQ

Big Sai’s is a Hawaiian eatery serving some traditional Hawaiian classic barbecue. Check out their menu online, and give them a call to order.

Taste of India

Taste of India provides a genuine experience of authentic Indian cuisine. Check out their website for takeout and delivery options.

Cafe Sabor

Cafe Sabor is a regional franchise serving traditional Tex-Mex. They are open for curbside takeout and delivery options. You can find out more about their menu and ordering options on their website.

Roosters Brewing Co.

Roosters Brewing Co. serves traditional pub fare, with the addition of tacos, pizza, and pasta. They offer curbside takeout and delivery options. Check out their adjusted menu and order online on their website.

Osaka Sushi

Osaka is the go-to for izakaya and sushi in Layton. (and Toole, where their second location is). Osaka is open for takeout and delivery Take a look at their menu, then give them a call to place your order.

Burger Stop

Burger Stop is an old-fashioned 50’s style diner, serving American classics for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Burger Stop is available for takeout orders. Take a look at their menu online, then give them a call at 801-544-8090.   This is just a small taste of the locally owned and operated restaurants in the Layton area who are still open for business. Let’s all work together to be all in for our communities during these trying times. – At Windermere Utah, we are proud to keep you up-to-date on the latest news, events, and listings. Be sure to keep checking back in here at the blog, and don’t forget to follow us on social media.

Posted on April 8, 2020 at 10:45 pm
Andrew Phillips | Posted in Community, Layton | Tagged , , , ,

5 Small Things You Can Do to Improve Your Home Office

Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, many of us now find ourselves working from home. While it’s hard to complain about the commute, working from home can be an adjustment. For example, you may find yourself doing tasks around the house and suddenly you’ve missed several important emails. If you feel like you need some help being more productive while working from home, here are five tips to improve your workflow.
Add Light
The best kind of light is natural light. Try setting up your workspace by a window. If that’s not possible, add a desk lamp or floor lamp to brighten your space. Not only will it help with visibility; it brightens your mood, which helps you to be more productive.
Remove distracting clutter. Take everything off your desk that you don’t need. Store it elsewhere or use shelves on your wall to display it.
If you find yourself cleaning throughout the day, set aside time specifically for these tasks. If you’re still waking up at the same time you did when working at the office—which studies show is a great strategy when working from home—using your would-be commute time to tidy up helps avoid those periodic distractions.
Bring the Outdoors In
Bringing plants into your home is beneficial for productivity and health alike. Greenery is a natural mood booster and gives life to a room. Plants naturally purify the air, helping you breathe easy as you make your way through the workday. Try arranging both hanging and potted plants to improve the mood around your workspace.
Change Your Chair 
A chair that’s too tall, too short, or not comfortable is a fast track to back and shoulder problems that inhibit your workday and linger afterwards. Being in a stationary position for hours at a time requires the right kind of support to stay productive. Features to look for in a quality office chair include proper lumbar support, sturdy wheels, and an adjustable base that allows your shoulders to relax and your feet to rest flat on the floor.
Add Decor
It’s important to keep your home office professional and dedicated to your work. However, adding personal touches to the space will help you feel at ease. Position your work computer and phone front and center with any related work tools close by and handy. Adding pictures of loved ones, artwork, and inspirational quotes will help inspire you to generate ideas while working productively.
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Originally Posted in Living by Sandy Dodge

Posted on April 8, 2020 at 5:17 pm
Andrew Phillips | Posted in Living |