Ogden has a fresh new look

Retro 25th Street melds the classic and the chic in Utah

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The Needlepoint Joint. WHAT: An artful selection of thread, yarn, and buttons, all brilliantly organized in a modern emporium. It's a fun browse; if you're hooked on knitting or needlework, it's a must. WHEN: 10-5:30 Mon-Sat (until 7 Thu). WHERE: 241 Historic 25th St.; 801/394-4355. Umé. WHAT: Amusing, trendy clothing, shoes, and accessories―handbags are a specialty―at one of the street's newest boutiques. WHEN: 11-5 Mon-Sat (until 7 Thu-Fri). WHERE: 186 Historic 25th St.; 801/393-7326.


Tona. WHAT: 25th Street's newest destination for sushi and other Japanese classics. Enjoy soft-shell crab, sashimi, and ten don donburi (rice bowl with prawn and vegetable tempura) in a 1908 building with a modern palette of lime and kelly green. WHEN: Lunch and dinner Tue-Sat. HOW MUCH: $$. WHERE: 210 Historic 25th St.; 801/622-8662.

Roosters 25th Street Brewing Co. WHAT: Quench your thirst and hang with the locals at the popular restaurant that kicked off 25th Street's revival 10 years ago. Brews are housemade, and the menu goes beyond pub grub. WHEN: Lunch and dinner daily. HOW MUCH: $$. WHERE: 253 Historic 25th St.; 801/627-6171.

INFO: Ogden is 32 miles north of Salt Lake City. Contact the Ogden/ Weber Convention Visitors Bureau (www.ogdencvb.org or 866/867-8824).


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