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Recommendations for Moderately Priced Dining in Moab?

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We would like to NOT break the bank. Price range $50-60 for two for dinner. That would be for one appetizer, two entrees, one dessert. (We usually share an appetizer and dessert.) Perhaps wine for one and a soft drink for the other. IOW - Moderate $$ choices. If there's anything actually cheap that's good, we're definitely open to that as well. (Duh!)

Is this possible?

We're pretty eclectic in our food choices.

Also, good cafe for late afternoon coffee/tea/pastry?

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