The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from January 2012

  • Bar X: Don't be fooled by the garish sign

    Bar X, a downtown Salt Lake City staple since 1933, has been transformed under the guidance of savvy new ownership. Fun fact: You may have even seen of the owners, Ty Burrell, on ABC's Modern Family . Once a seedy bar with a bad reputation, Bar X has now become a hip downtown hangout. Don't be fooled

  • SLC Sports Bars

    With the NFL Super Bowl coming up and the Jazz on a hot streak, it's an excellent time to check out one of the Salt Lake area's favorite sports bars. There's something about watching the big game on the big screen, with great friends and great food and drink, that you just don't get at home. Click

  • Big Cottonwood Featured in Powder Magazine

    The December 2011 issue of Powder Magazine featured an in-depth article about Salt Lake's Big Cottonwood Canyon, home to Brighton and Solitude ski resorts. Compared to the popularity of Little Cottonwood Canyon, the glories of Big Cottonwood are often overlooked - so it's nice to see Big Cottonwood

  • Generation Alta - Salomon Freeski TV

    Last year, the boys at Sweetgrass Productions spent a couple months in Utah shooting at Alta and Brighton for this webisode of Salomon Freeski TV. Normally Salomon Freeski TV focuses only on Salomon Athletes, but this webisode really shows the energy of the entire ski scene in Salt Lake and all the

  • Sundance Film Festival Cafe at the Beehive Tea Room

    The 2012 Sundance Film Festival starts Thursday, Jan. 19, with screenings, parties and events taking place not just in Park City, but in Salt Lake City at the SLC Public Library, the Tower Theatre, Broadway Centre Cinemas and Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Conveniently located between Rose

  • Plum Alley adds Asian Flair to Salt Lake

    Salt Lake City's newest restaurant, Plum Alley, is adding Asian flair to the downtown dining scene. Come and sit along their communal style tables and enjoy a family style Asian meal with all of the best dishes around Asia including, kimchi, curry, steamed buns, and pho. Plum Alley resides next to