The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from April 2016

  • Marmalade District - Salt Lake Neighborhoods

    Just to the north of downtown, you’ll happen across one of Salt Lake City’s oldest, most charming, character-rich neighborhoods: the Marmalade District. Loosely bordered by Quince Street on the west and Columbus Street on the east, the streets have names like Apricot, Almond, and Quince—a nod to the

  • Dented Brick Distillery

    If you’re new to Salt Lake City, you might be tempted to believe that it’s a place where a stiff drink is a hard thing to come by. You’d be forgiven for thinking as much, but you’d be wrong. To be fair, our state did endure a bit of a dry spell. When Park City’s High West Distillery set up shop

  • Salt Lake Festival Bucket List

    Hold onto your seats for an action packed summer. The list of festivals in Salt Lake continues to grow and there's a little something for everyone. Bulbs and Blooms Festival When: April 01, 2016 to April 30, 2016 Where: Red Butte Garden 300 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108 Admission:

  • 2016 Red Butte Garden Concert Series

    The days are warming up and the sun is staying out longer, and that means the Red Butte Garden Outdoor Concert Series is about to kick off. Get you cooler, blankets, and camp chairs ready, because its time to get your outdoor concert on. If you haven’t made it to a Red Butte Outdooor Concert, just

  • 2016 Twilight Concert Series

    Salt Lake’s Twilight Concert Series has been causing a stir downtown since 2005, and the 2016 lineup is already creating a buzz. The Series takes place every Thursday evening in July and August, and its one of the most exciting events you’ll see in downtown Salt Lake. Pioneer Park houses a thriving

  • Wasatch Crest Mountain Bike Trail

    The Wasatch Crest Mountain Bike Trail near Salt Lake City is consistently ranked among Utah's top mountain bike trails, but it also easily measures up against as one of the America's best mountain bike rides. You won't get very far down the trail before you realize why. There are a multitude of ways

  • Jordan River Parkway Cycling

    The Jordan River Parkway is a massive network of paved trails in the greater Salt Lake City area that is perfect for road biking and walking along the Jordan River. There are dozens of trailheads that run north to south along the route that offer parks, covered picnic tables, bathrooms,

  • Emigration Canyon Road Cycling

    Emigration Canyon Road is an 8 mile stretch of smooth asphalt from the canyon mouth to Little Mountain summit. Normally this is a road meant to access the many homes that dot the canyon or as a shortcut to from Salt Lake City to Parley's Canyon and Park City beyond. Road bike enthusiasts, however,

  • Donut Falls Hike

    Donut Falls is a short hike with a big payoff. Just under three-quarters of a mile of easy hiking brings you to a unique waterfall that plunges through a hole in the rock and into a small cave. The trail passes through spruce forest, aspen, and open meadows before entering a narrow, rocky drainage

  • SLC’s Current Makes Waves in the National Foodie Scene

    The results are in, and SLC’s Current, a fish and oyster eatery that’s already generated its fair share of buzz, has made OpenTable’s list for 100 Best Restaurants in America for 2016. OpenTable, an online service for booking a table, is to restaurant reservations what Uber is to getting a ride—it