It’s the heart of Gardner Village and where our story began. Archibald’s Restaurant is located in a historic flour mill that was built in 1877 by one of the original pioneer settlers to the Salt Lake Valley, Archibald Gardner. The mill was originally powered by a turbin driven water and many of the original equipment remains today. The mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a special part of Utah’s history, located in West Jordan, Utah, just 11 miles south of downtown Salt Lake City. If you’re looking for a unique dining experience rich in local Utah history and great food, Archibald’s is the place.
Archibald’s Restaurant opened in 1990 and serves lunch and dinner. It has a delicious menu serving a variety of dishes. Salads, sandwiches, pastas, steaks and seafood to name a few. The pot roast in pan dripping gravy has been a staple for over 25 years. You absolutely won’t want to miss our legendary fried green tomatoes and breaded avocados. For dessert, the carrot cake and white chocolate pudding are a must. Archibald’s has built a reputation of serving fresh food, made in-house daily. Archibald’s also has a beer and wine menu.