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Posts from January 2017

A skier swaps a resort stay for Salt Lake City's vibrant downtown


By William Triplett, The Washington Post — Slopeside chalets? Ski-in/ski-out hotels? Sure, I love them as much as anyone else. Ditto bunking in a cozy mountain town, as long as I can get to the resort without much hassle. Escaping civilization is a large part of the appeal of a ski trip. I also like cities, though, especially ones I'd like to

Nighthawks on the Town: Late Night Dining in Salt Lake


January 23, 2017, Salt Lake City – Salt Lake’s increasingly lively nightlife scene not only keeps visitors out late but invites them to explore some of the city’s best late-night eateries. Whether it’s an event at the new Eccles Theater, a Utah Jazz game or just a case of the post-bar munchies, Salt Lake can handle after hour appetites. Tap into



SALT LAKE CITY (January 2017) — Back by popular demand, Visit Salt Lake is again supporting the Salt Lake Festival Café in downtown Salt Lake January 20-28 at Sicilia Pizza Kitchen, located at 35 West Broadway. The Café will offer live music each evening beginning at 8:30 p.m., except Sunday’s performance which begins at 6:30 p.m. There is no

29 Reasons to Go Shopping Right Now


By Elle — We've swept the United States (and a corner of Canada, too) to ensure that wherever you may roam—even if it's only as far as your cell phone—the thrill of the hunt will be just that. 1. Because you like your editions (ultra) limited | Comme des Garçons, NYC Amid the newly revamped far-out interiors, get Comme des Garçons x Nike

Salt Lake City ranked as nation’s second-friendliest city


By LEE DAVIDSON, The Salt Lake Tribune — Salt Lake City is the nation's second-friendliest city and the fourth-most attractive, according to Travel+Leisure magazine. Nearby Park City is America's favorite mountain town. The magazine included those reader rankings in year-end emails sent out this week. Salt Lake City ranked behind only