Bistro 258 is proud to serve delicious, unique entrees to diners in the Ogden Historic District.
Nick Cash and his son Devin dreamt of owning and running a restaurant for years. In 2007, they purchased the business and began working together, side by side. They’re excited to be a part of the rich, vibrant community in Ogden—one that combines the history of the Union Pacific Railroad with modern-day entertainment and amenities.
Bistro 258 is located at:
258 25th St.
Ogden, UT 84404
We’re open during the week to serve you a tasty lunch, a romantic dinner for two, or a meal with all your friends. We offer extended hours on Friday and Saturday.
Monday—Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday—Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
We’d love to help you make a reservation, or chat with you about your recent visit!
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We Love the Rich History of Ogden’s 25th Street
Ogden has long been a railroad town. In 1869, the first Union Pacific Railroad Station was built (the railroad quickly outgrew the original building). Businesses popped up all along 25th Street to accommodate train passengers, who patronized the local shops, cafes and hotels.
25th Street also had a bit of sketchy past—it was well known for its brothels and, during Prohibition, illegal booze flowed in back rooms. Ogden (and 25th Street in particular), was a stark contrast to nearby Salt Lake City, with its Mormon temple and clean living.
During the 1950s, 25th Street was cleaned up and renovations began. The 1990s saw even more improvements and today, this historic part of Ogden is a bustling thoroughfare full of art, music, entertainment and great food.
Why We Love Ogden Today
The residents of Ogden, and their guests make up a unique, diverse community. Our city is home to many talented people who make Ogden great. And, our city has something to offer everyone: from shopping to museums to historical sites—we even have our own Minor League Baseball team!
After your meal, make sure to check out these nearby attractions:
|You’ll find the Union Pacific Railroad Station just a block and a half away. Dating back to 1924, the historic station now houses the Utah State Railroad Museum, the John M. Browning Firearms Museum and the Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum.|
|Peery’s Egyptian Theater is a short two block walk from Bistro 258. Built the same year as the Union Pacific Railroad Station (1924), the theater seats 800 patrons and offers film screenings, local music, plays, musicals and a host of other great events.|
|If you’re looking for a few laughs after dinner, stop by Wiseguys Comedy Cafe, where you’ll find some of the best stand-up comedians in the country! Wiseguys is a popular spot for entertainment—City Weekly chose it as the “Best Comedy Club!”|
|Cheer for the Ogden Raptors at Lindquist Field. We’re proud of our Raptors, who play in the Pioneer League. You’ll see some great up-and-coming talent out there on the field. The season runs June through September.|
|Ogden Farmers Market runs from July through September. You’ll find fresh produce from local farmers, as well as handmade crafts and goods from local artisans.|
Mingle with your fellow Ogden neighbors at the First Friday Art Stroll along 25th Street. It’s held on... you guessed it... the first Friday of every month, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.