131 North Main St.
Monday to Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Friday to Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Breakfast burritos will get your morning meeting off to a great start, and Even Stevens caters to customers across Logan, UT. We make burritos the way they’re meant to be enjoyed: warm, using the best ingredients, and wrapped up carefully in a tortilla. We’re a restaurant with a craft-casual style, offering made-to-order catering services that are fulfilled with close attention to detail. Add that extra show of appreciation with burrito catering for your whole team or party. Whether you want boxed breakfast or have it served on platters, our delicious halved burritos are made to your liking. Contact us to place your order today!
Most everyone can agree that burritos are a simple and tasty breakfast option that makes for a hearty breakfast. Even Stevens uses warm flour tortillas, quality meat options, and vegetables for our vegetarian customers. Just as with the crafted sandwiches we’re known for, our breakfast burritos will really hit the spot. You’ll have your choice of freshly made eggs, sausage, and roasted veggies along with other interesting flavor profiles like garlic aioli and sriracha sauce. We have various to choose from, so you can enjoy a breakfast that suits your tastes. This is comfort food with a healthy yet delicious twist and always made with love.
Our burrito catering services deliver quickly and present the food neatly for your enjoyment. The passion we have for serving quality food and having satisfied customers is what drives us to do the best job possible. We’re positive you’ll have a great experience and we encourage you to tell a friend. We do casual dining better, so keep us in mind for your next event.
Breakfast burrito catering is available at Even Stevens anywhere in Logan, UT. On top of being fast, healthy, and affordable, so we’re a great option for group orders. Place your order online today to have a boxed or buffet-style platter conveniently catered to you.
Sometimes a restaurant comes into being as a personal aspiration, sometimes, a family effort. Sometimes, a whole town gets involved. And that’s a lot like how our shop on historic Main Street in the green mountain town of Logan, UT came about.
It started with a call from the mayor. He’d heard about the success of our food and cause in Salt Lake City, and felt like it would really take off in his city. So, we went to have a look. That’s when we met the bones of a 100-year old building on a historic Main Street. Landlord Mark Felstead and his father, Russ, of the Sportsman next door. (Russ‘ collection of original paintings and lifelong love of George O’Keeffe). Downtown Alliance member Gary Takis. Sally of Café Ibis. Matt of Cache Community Food Pantry. And when opening day came, our dining room was packed. Today, students, farmers, retirees, owners and organizers dine together alike in pursuit of community and craft.
The experience continues to harken back to a time when things were simpler, like a backyard garden and a jar of homemade jam. Artifacts include a centuries old barber chair, antique wingback chairs and exposed dining room walls with 100 year old layers of paint, plaster, and wallpaper.