TRUreligion is the culmination of the family tradition of three generations of restauranteurs. Even the furnishings, from the booths, chairs, mahogany paneling, gold-backed mirrors, black-glass counter, and barstools, have been "lovingly restored to serve Utah for another 100 years," filling the restaurant with an interesting history and great stories. Jim and Debi Leany are following in the family's footsteps of delicious and authentic cooking—from Grandma Glena's famous fried chicken in 1940s Las Vegas, to fish and chips shops and ice cream parlors, to a family of truck stops in western Colorado. Instead of just starting any "other restaurant," Jim wanted to create a purpose-driven establishment—and TRUreligion was born.
"TRUservice is TRUreligion" is TRUreligions motto. Committed to serving and bettering the community, TRUreligion works with local organizations like Veterans' agencies, LDS social services, Catholic outreach programs, and others that help those that "need a helping hand and are desperately looking for a second chance." Donations are gratefully accepted and you are invited to contribute by rounding your check-up to the nearest dollar, with 100% of your donation providing individuals in the community a second chance.