541 East 123000 South #D
Draper, UT 84020
Monday to Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Friday to Saturday: 9am – 8pm
Sunday: 9am – 4pm
You’ll find delicious sandwiches, hearty meals, delightful service and a relaxed atmosphere at Even Stevens’ Draper sandwich shop.
Enjoy a wide variety fresh and tasty menu items, including sandwiches, salads, soups and side dishes. We also have an all-day breakfast menu with our delectable breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, waffles and avocado toast.
We offer a variety of delightful dining options for our Draper customers. Stop by the restaurant for a relaxing dining experience or grab a breakfast burrito to go on your way to work or school. We can provide sandwich catering or, for your next brunch or business lunch, corporate catering with our custom boxed lunches.
Enjoy the one-of-a-kind decor at our Draper sandwich shop when you get your breakfast or lunch at our restaurant.
You can also order from our takeout menu and grab some delicious sandwiches or indulgent desserts to go. Order online or with our mobile app and we’ll have your order ready for you when you arrive.
We can provide you with breakfast, brunch and lunch catering, with customizable boxed lunches and buffet-style platters. We have breakfast platters, sandwich platters and even platters for dessert. You can also order boxed lunches that are customized for each guest.
Check out our catering menu to discover all our delicious, affordable offerings. Drop by or give us a call and we’ll tell you more about how we can help make your catered event a success.
What you probably don’t know, is that a hill above the stucco-colored homes of Draper, Utah was once the site of one of the rowdiest, adrenaline-laced motorcycle racing events the Western world has ever known. From 1968-1988, the infamous Widowmaker Hillclimb lured riders from all around to test their grit, determination and “franken-cycles” in a test almost unbeatable.
Riders quite literally pieced together the flesh and bones of many bikes to make one bike fit enough to charge up the 45 degree angle. Most bikes had to be extended as to not fall backwards on the rider. And sometimes they still did, right in front of mulleted tailgaters, hippies, families and wanna-bes.
Ever since the event was shut down in 1988, many of those real riders have disappeared into the suburb-colored houses, their bikes retired to the corner of dusty shed. Surely after all these years, they’ve assumed, nobody would remember. But guess what? Even Stevens Draper did [link to blog]. And we do. (You can still see the scar on the hill, after all.) We were even lucky to have a few Widowmaker veterans in our dining room on opening day.
Artifacts in our dining room include late Utah motorcycle celebrity Caesar Boswell’s 1974 Harley Davidson shovelhead (modified), a 1981 Maico in tiptop condition, and a mural by street artist Sril with those Steve McQueen vibes.