216 East Center Street
Monticello, Utah, 84535
Phone: (435) 587-2335
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pjsofmonticello
Located on Center Street aka Route 491, the colorful building housing PJs is up for sale, but still open for business. The interior is divided up into two sections; the restaurant and the pool hall which also has tables for dining.
After ordering a cheeseburger which comes with fries, I asked about the Buffalo Wings. I love Buffalo Wings, but only if they're deep fried, then sauced. Many places bake the wings; and I abhor mushy, gummy skin on my wings! For all you lovers of authentic Buffalo wings, I have found nirvana for you...PJs does them right, deep fried and sauced!!!
Update: I went back on January 24, 2015 and got the Buffalo Wings with fries. You have a choice of two sauces: hot or sweet and spicy; I chose sweet and spicy. By themselves, these wings are uplifting; dip them into the ranch dressing that comes with the meal and you won't want your feet to touch the ground again.
Anyway, the cheeseburger is massive; 4 and 1/2 inches in diameter making it stick outside the 4 and 1/4 inch bun, and its 1/4 inch thick; lettuce, pickles, onion, ketchup and mustard are the toppings. The French fries were so loaded up (crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside), they were spilling off my plate; and yes! they come with Utah's favorite, fry sauce.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner; if you need a meal to take on a hike or picnic, PJs can box it up for you, no problem.
Thankfully, PJs has stayed open while it has been for sale; just hoping that whoever eventually buys it will keep the concept of good food done right, not nasty fast food...and don't do away with those authentic buffalo wings!
and should be enjoyed everyday.
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Saturday, January 10, 2015
PJs Restaurant; Small Menu, Big Food
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