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The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from April 2013

  • Less Than A Month To See Mummies of The World at The Leonardo

    --Last day to visit: Monday, May 27 --Final chance to see exclusive Intermountain engagement of the largest collection of real mummies ever assembled before it leaves Salt Lake City. Visitors have just 28 days left to see Mummies of the World, the largest exhibition of real mummies and related

  • Copper Onion: 2013 and beyond

    In our recent best SLC dining of 2012, I called out The Copper Onion as my favorite SLC restaurant. It struck me that we hadn’t covered the restaurant in any real detail since the initial review way back in 2010. When a restaurant generates so much excellent buzz, it’s often difficult to add

  • Earth Day and Week at SLC's restaurants

    Oasis Cafe is celebrating Earth Week with a three-course dinner menu served April 22-28, 2013 that focuses on organic, locally grown produce. The $25 three-course meal includes a fresh mixed green salad or chef’s choice soup; sautéed halibut over spaghetti pasta, cherry tomatoes, squash,

  • Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

    It's almost time for one of my favorite springtime SLC events - the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point Gardens. Thanksgiving Point's 55-acre gardens are spectacular, and the Tulip Festival is one of the best times to visit. The ninth annual festival runs April 12-27, 2013, Monday through

  • Bitters and Bites @ SLCBites

    SLC Bites is about connecting the SLC community to what’s new and exciting in food, art and music and in turn, creating a social environment to meet and mingle with the talented people that contribute to of one of the best cities to live in. SLC Bites' third event, mixing food, drink, art and

  • Food Truck Thursdays

    If you’ve visited the Gallivan Center for a wonderful outdoor concert, you’ve seen the crowd it can garner. Yet, don’t be surprised if you see a similar congregation of people during lunchtime, on Thursdays, and hear no music. It’s called Food Truck Thursdays, and it’s delicious! Beginning