(Photos courtesy of The Lion House Facebook page.)
The Lion House was built in 1855 and was one of the homes for Brigham Young and his family. It is located at 63 E South Temple, and is part of Temple Square. They are the recipient of the Best Of State award for 2013. It is named for the large lion over the front entrance.
It has been converted to a pantry, and is a great place to stop for a hot meal while touring Temple Square or downtown Salt Lake City. With your Connect Pass, you can enjoy a hot meal, and it's valid during lunch and dinner.
The Lion House is famous for it's homemade rolls, and you can even purchase some to take home.
The menu changes daily, and has a variety of items for all ages, even children.
You can even book your child's old-fashioned, pioneer birthday party at The Lion House.