74 S Main StMoab UT 84532
Monday 6:30 am - 3:00 pm
Tuesday 6:30 am - 3:00 pm
Wednesday 6:30 am - 3:00 pm
Thursday 6:30 am - 3:00 pm
Friday 6:30 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday 6:30 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday 6:30 am - 2:00 pm
Red Rock Bakery, 74 S Main StMoab UT 84532, Net Cafe Moab
Red Rock does not deliver unless it's via wholesale to a business.
Hello Enjen11, I don't know about mini pies. I can tell you that their food was great and you can take it to go.
I'm pretty sure that they make them in-house..
We were looking for a local spot to escape the sun and get some free wifi, but what we weren't expecting was an awesome meal and tasty cup of coffee. We split a jalapeno bagel sandwich with cream cheese, avocado, bacon, onion, spinach and turkey. Holy heck it was good!The coffee was great and there was a huge selection of coffees and teas.We would definitely return if we come to the area!
Bagels and coffee hit the spot. Cinnamon roll was good too.
Delicious bagels. In house made cream cheese. The ladies working there were super friendly. We were there right before closing so they gave us some free goodies they were going to toss. Highly recommend.
$3.24 for a cup of coffee. Awesome.
a little bit of a wait, but worth every minute! 🤗🤗
To wait 35 minutes for a breakfast sandwich with no one in front of you is insane. 3 people working & all hanging out talking in the kitchen. If local business, whom I fully support, want to thrive then pick up the pace. This is why everyone finds the nearest chic fil a.
Got a bagel sandwich. Bagel was great but the toppings / overall sandwich was very meh. Iced coffee was also very meh. 3 stars because the wait also was around 20 mins for a sandwich and coffee.
Overpriced. Low quality. Slow.You have a cute cafe but your coffee was expensive, watery and worse than what I could get at a gas station. Having worked as a barista, I observed several of your espresso shots go bitter while waiting too long to pour in your steamed milk for the lattes. The salmon you served me had also gone grey. I won't be coming back again unless convinced otherwise, I hope things improve. 👍
I had a vegan bagel sandwich for breakfast. It was so good
If you like reeeeeeeallly dark coffee this is for you! Cappuccino has Flavors of cigar, ash, charcoal. Slow service. Makes Starbucks taste like a light roast.
Food was alright, was expecting a little better.
Enjoyed their cinnamon roll, justst thought it was too big. Personal opinion!
Run by the same energetic, polite, informed conversationalist for over two decades. Great food, coffee and tea in a nice environment where you can ask questions of a local
The best breakfast I have had from a cafe! Real ingredients for real delicious food. Got the meat Quiche of the day and it is so flavorful and melts in your mouth. The cinnamon roll....👌😋👌😋!! BY FAR THE BEST EVER!! Also amazing, friendly service. You won't regret it.
Superb coffee and excellent breakfast sandwiches! Friendly and fast service. Will be back tomorrow!
The ambiance was nice and there were several artists working at the tables but $2.75 for 8 oz of coffee is just ridiculous. Maybe there's usually a refill? I was getting it to go so obviously I couldn't avail myself of that. It wasn't terrible coffee but it was nothing to write home about. Not a good value.
Been coming here for years, love it. Great people working here makes it even better!
Wonderful bakery with delicious food and a great staff! Not only are they kind and respectful, they are also great supporters of the Moab community!! Thank you Red Rock for your commitment to keeping Moab multicultural and for helping celebrate diversity in our town!
This place was pretty great, loved the atmosphere. Got a German Chocolate drink with a Parmesan Bagel. Was a solid breakfast and would recommend if you have to stop by.
Service was very friendly. Prices were a bit high for me. Coffee was decent. The cinnamon roll I got was average at best. Its texture leaned too much toward being pound cakey for my taste. Not sure if this implies anything about the rest of their baked goods.
We went in for a quick bagel sandwich and waited 45 minutes for our food. When we asked for an update on time the cook was sarcastic and rude. I’m giving 2 stars because once we got our sandwiches they were good. But definitely not worth the wait. Otherwise I’d only give 1 star
Fantastic find! Delicious quiche and really friendly staff. Owner is Dundonian and coming from Perth I’m very disappointed to find there is no butteries and Bridies on the menu, tut tut hahaha
Still in awe that it takes 25 min for a bagel with cream cheese with only 2 other people in the store. Time is everything
This place certainly has a local charm to it that’s missing in the other cafes in town. The problem is, it lacks professionalism. The owner, while sweet and passionate, takes forever to make any drink ordered. To add injury to insult, the breakfast bagel is terrible. Non of the ingredients seem fresh, (i.e. one of those egg patties that you get on a McMuffin,) the thinnest layer of strange tasting cream cheese, and a chalky bagel. It’s a bummer.
The food was good both times we visited. Unfortunately the owner was taking orders during our second visit. He found out we were from out of town and he was extremely rude to my wife and I while taking our orders. After being disrespected we waited for 25 minutes to get four sandwiches with five total customers in the room (we made up four of those customers). I held my frustration as we were hungry campers, and the food was satisfactory. I am writing this so no one else has their day ruined on vacation.
The service was beyond amazing. An ethical and delicious bakery. Great coffee too!
It'swinter, so their slow season. I wanted a tasty London Fog. I always have really high expectations and excitement for my first cup of caffeine. Asked for almond milk, purchased drink. Was later informed after I already made payment they only had soy milk. My drink came with one sad stash tea bag I could have gotten at the local grocery. It tasted okay, I think they just added a tea bag to soy milk and called it a London fog. The scones looked really good and my partner's granola with yogurt and fruit was also tasty. Guess I was just disappointed with my drink.
Another favorite while in Moab. Food and drinks are tasty and staff are always nice. Their bagels are delicious as well!
My friend and I were referred to here to buy some donuts since all other places ran out. This place too was out, but had some scones left. Older bearded dude behind the counter suddenly went on an unsolicited economics rant/tirade about "making a living wage" when all I did was ask the price of scones because I wanted to make sure I had enough cash.Dude. I was just asking the price. Chill out. Left without buying anything. Drove down the road to Starbucks/City Market where I was actually treated like a welcomed customer. If you like biased, unwelcomed economic debates thrown at you by some SJW in the morning, by all means go here. However if you like being treated well (like a real customer), head to Delicate Donuts--run by the nice, friendly guy who ironically was trying to help us and pointed us to this miserable dump and the hostile employees who dwell here.
I loved this local coffee house. The food was great and the coffee was hot and delicious!
Everything was on point. This was the first stop after a week camping. The mocha was great with dark chocolate, the boiled bagels are worth grabbing a few. I had the big breakfast sandwich on a bagel. The card machine wasn't working, and they were super nice, giving me a free scone for running to an ATM. I highly recommend it.
Wonderful organic food and great coffee and the staff are awesome!
Lets talk about those cinnamon rolls. Giant cinnamon rolls!! Great food, just great. The "slices" of French toast blew my mind. Kind cashier, plenty of sugar free options for coffee. I had the Moab Moonrise, yum! And ciecling back to the biggest, best cinnamon rolls in this time zone. Wow!
Wonderful little shop on Main Street that appears to be local. Fair prices and yummy food. Glad we stopped in!
Breakfast was just okay. Unfortunately my Reuben was Burnt. The prices are really reasonable. Seems like a hot spot for locals. Pretty much all other breakfast places were closed so we gave it a shot. The bagel and cream cheese are about the best bargain you can get if you are looking for something cheap and easy.
We were in Moab for 3 days during a national parks trip. We came here each morning of our stay and loved it! They have breakfast through early afternoon and their bagel sandwiches are perfect pre-trail fuel.
The quiche was great. I love the books all around the restaurant to sit and peruse. Great spot!
The staff here are the best and the food & coffee are awesome. I had a variety of bagels and they were very tasty. Bacon egg and cheese on a bagel was delicious. The pumpkin bread and rolls were also spectacular. Highly recommend for breakfast!
We bought three double fudge brownies, one for each member of our group. The cost was $3.50 each, for a total of $11.52. After opening them, smelling them, and tasting them, we wished we hadn't bought them. They didn't smell anything like a brownie, and we could not taste any chocolate. We'd give zero stars if we could.
Great place to stop by for a coffee, sandwich, bagel or a delicious lemon or apricote bar. Excellent value for money.
Great brownies and super friendly owner. Best in town. Highly recommended.
Excellent scores. Well done guys and girls!
Amazing staff and wonderful food!!
Fantastic service and food. His spicy bagel sandwhich was probably the best I've every had. I can't remember the name but ask about it. My partner was so jealous of it.
We liked the bagels and coffee, you get a local authentic Utah feel if you are here. There was huge line for breakfast on a long weekend. And the wait was long as well. If the wait times could be litlle less, It would have been better.
Good food. Good coffee
Love this place. Can not go to Moab without stopping for coffee, breakfast sandwhich, scone or cookie.
Amazingly large cinnamon rolls and great coffee. To top it off they are 100% solar powered.