Rockwell Students Flock to Eagle Mountain’s First Soda Shop
Photo by Cassandra Nelson
Eagle Mountain’s first-ever Quench It opened on January 25, 2019. This is the fourth Quench It to open, the original opening in Heber, Utah. This soda shop has lots to offer.
Customers can get any soda they want with as many flavorings as they can think of, including unique ones such as peanut butter and marshmallow. They also serve hot chocolate with special additions. They sell cookies, pretzels and different flavored popcorns. This is the closest soda shop for quite a ways if you live in anywhere in Eagle Mountain or Saratoga Springs. It has very quick service and all the workers are very kind and hard working. When I took a trip there, there was a full line in the drive-thru and a line in the shop. I still managed to get through the line to order two 44 oz drinks in 15 minutes.
“I was impressed with the service at Quench It,” said Rockwell sophomore Melaghan Lentini. “And their drinks are really good.”
According to employees, they have gotten a lot more business than expected and already are hiring more to keep up with demand.
There are perks to visiting Quench It, such as getting a Quench It loyalty card. If you have one of these, everytime you purchase a drink, pretzel or cookie, 10% of the price will be added to the loyalty card to use for a later free drink, pretzel or cookie. They also sell stainless steel reusable mugs with the Quench It logo in different colors for $25 each.
Inside the restaurant is a counter with stools for customers to sit on and well as quite a few tables and chairs. Hopefully when summer comes and weather permits it, they will be able to add tables and chairs outside. They have a shelf full of games for any guests to play and a T.V. for the enjoyment and relaxation of anyone who cares to watch. It is an inexpensive, delicious, fun place to get some snacks and relax with a drink. Quench It is a family-friendly restaurant that the whole city can enjoy.
“I love Quench It because it is super good and super cheap,” said senior Chandler Thurman. “It’s like Swig, but cheaper.”