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Better Dining or a Taxi in Moab

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I will be in Moab in a couple of weeks. I will have just finished a week long wilderness backpack so i will be tired and sore and looking for good food. I know all the usual Moab spots, but am wondering if there is anything new this year. I will be staying right in the middle of town so I can walk to places. I will certainly be having 2-3 glasses of wine with dinner so walking is necessary! I would love to go to the Desert Bistro but it is so far north of town. I am pretty darn sure Moab doesn't have taxis--just the various biker/rafter/hiker shuttles. But maybe I am wrong (since I have never had to use one before).

So--does anyone know if I could possibly "taxi" to the Desert Bistro and back and thus get a much deserved wonderful meal? Or is there anything new in town that is better than Eddie McStiffs/Pasta Jays where I can get wine/slightly better food?

If not, I will default to Eddie's--its' hard to go wrong with a good burger, salad and a beer after backpacking! But I would love to do better if I can. Thanks!!

PS--Dayle if you read this, I always take great stock in your restaurant recommendations :-)

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