2214 Washington Blvd
Monday to Friday: 10am – 7pm
Saturday: 9am – 7pm
In Ogden, call on Even Stevens for the highest-quality sandwiches, salads, small bites and all-day breakfast.
We’re food enthusiasts, and it shows in the variety of delicious, high-quality menu choices we offer. Our commitment to customer satisfaction is unwavering, whether we’re serving you in our Ogden restaurant, making you a to-go order from our take-out menu or providing you with delectable, affordable sandwich catering services.
Our sandwich shop is conveniently located in the old Castlemain Ballard building in central Ogden. Parking is never a problem at our Ogden restaurant, thanks to our large, private parking lot in the back.
Our dine-in space features a relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy our unique, vintage décor. No matter how often you visit us, you’ll never stop discovering something delightful to capture your attention.
Come and spend a relaxing evening on our patio, enjoying a delightful sandwich and sharing a tray of Saucy Tots with friends or family. If you have somewhere else to be, you can always order your meal for takeout, and grab it to go. Order online and we’ll have it ready for you when you arrive.
Or if you prefer, get our delightful menu options delivered with DoorDash.
How would you like to enjoy our famous craft-casual sandwiches and other menu items at your next social gathering or corporate event? Our easy and affordable breakfast and sandwich catering services allow you to do just that.
Our catering menu includes the same wide variety of options as our restaurant and more! You can order a buffet of breakfast platters for your next brunch or boxed lunches customized for each guest at your corporate meeting or event.
Contact us to place a catering order or to discuss how our catering services can benefit you.
Don’t forget to check out our online menus for breakfast and brunch as well as lunch and dinner. We look forward to treating you to some amazing, tasty food at Even Stevens in Ogden.
Vintage trains. Historic hotels. Festivals and farmers markets. Lush summers and colorful autumns. Ogden is one of those oddly alluring, almost mystical places that had our team wondering if we’d been there before. In a land of locomotive history and Art Deco architecture right out of Gatsby, the past still makes its presence known. There’s an undeniable spirit of labor and progress still hanging in the air. We fancy the thought that some of those spirits may still be slinging hammers for a good cause. (And letting us channel their work ethic)
Our spot in the old Castlemain Ballard building on Washington Blvd. landed us just north of Historic 25th Street, and next door to the former site of the beloved local music venue, Mojos (R.I.P. 2015). 80+ year old ghost signage can still be seen today above our bright neon sign and cedar façade.
Artifacts include a 1950’s pachinko game (aka Japanese pinball) that once occupied soldiers in an army barracks during the Korean war, a shuffleboard table, vintage gilded mirrors and historic photos of Ogden in the restrooms.