The Orange Leaf outlet, owned by Kim Bullard, first opened next to Smith's in Farmington. It seemed to be a popular hang-out for families, teens and all ages. When the store closed in anticipation of the move to Station Park, locals went through a bit of frozen yogurt withdrawal.
Meanwhile, the fountain area around Station Park has been in sore need of some quick-serve places, so that people can sit in the tables on the plaza and enjoy the water/light/music show while they sip a drink or nibble on a snack or meal. Johnny Rocket's, Park Stone Wood Kitchens, and Settobello's Pizzeria surrounding the fountain are all sit-down restaurants. Conceivably, you could go in to the Cinemark theater and buy a drink and popcorn to bring outside, but for theater prices, it's a pretty expensive snack.
Sugar Daisy Bakery and a fast-casual Mexican chain, Bandidos, opened a few weeks ago on the fountain plaza. With Orange Leaf, there are a lot more take-out food options. I expect the tables around the plaza will be filled every night from now on.
Orange Leaf will be open Monday through Thursday 12 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. and closed Sunday noon.
Station Park is located in Farmington, Utah at the intersection of I-15, Highway 89 and Legacy Parkway, and Front Runner. Developer, CenterCal Properties, has opened 500,000 square feet of retail space on the site since August 2011, and is continuing to construct an additional 500,000 square feet in the Village Center. For more information about new restaurants, stores and upcoming events visit www.ShopAtStationPark.com and Facebook.com/ShopAtStationPark.