The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from January 2015

  • Cheese Flights at Caputo's in Holladay

    Caputo's Market and Deli is a world-famous purveyor of fine Italian meats, cheeses, chocolate, and more. Its newest location, at 4670 South 2300 East in the Holladay neighborhood, is small, quaint, and welcoming, with all of the quality goods that discerning locals have come to expect from the

  • Local Music at the Sundance Cafe

    The Sundance Film Festival is an internationally renowned and celebrated supporter of independent film that draws thousands of stars, stars-to-be, critics, writers, producers, and serious movie buffs from all over the world—but there's a musical component to this highly anticipated festival, as

  • Tosh's Ramen: A Diamond in the Rough

    If you don't know it's there, you'll probably miss it. The strip mall on 1465 South State Street in which Tosh's Ramen lives is non-descript, but the flavors within are anything but. Ramen-lovers in Salt Lake repeatedly flock to the space to enjoy this ramen shop's small, subtle, and sensual menu.

  • Trent Call's Processed Exhibition

    Trent Call, darling of the Salt Lake art scene, has a new exhibit up at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. It's called Processed , and it's a visual feast, but it might give you complicated feelings about your visceral reactions to those Carl's Jr. commercials. The exhibit spans multiple forms of