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The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from June 2012

  • Oasis Cafe, beautiful patio dining in Salt Lake

    Sometimes first impressions aren’t exactly correct. After one brunch a few years back I had Oasis Cafe pegged as a mostly vegetarian restaurant. Nothing is wrong with that except for it's just incorrect. Oasis Cafe has slowly transformed into a meat-loving place to gather, still maintaining

  • Movies Under The Stars

    Summer in Salt Lake means free outdoor movies, and this year there are more than ever on the schedule! Grab a blanket, your friends and family, and a bucket of popcorn and head to your nearest park to enjoy a free movie under the stars. Click on the movie title for directions and details about that

  • A Visit to Tracy Aviary

    If you're like me, the thought of an aviary, essentially a zoo devoted exclusively to birds, somehow doesn't sound as exciting as a regular zoo. But that's where we'd be wrong. Tracy Aviary is awesome! You get to learn in-depth about all sorts of amazing birds. And the new additions they've recently

  • Play Me, I'm Yours

    Look around and hear the sounds of random piano music wafting through the streets and urban canyons of downtown Salt Lake, when the public is invited to sit down and play a tune on 10 beautifully designed upright pianos! Always on the cutting edge of what-is-art, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art,

  • Brunch on the Patio at Faustina

    I could have brunch on patios around Salt Lake City all summer long. Its absolutely my favorite weekend treat. We recently found a hip little brunch spot in Salt Lake that I think we’ll be frequenting from now on. Faustina serves up a delectable brunch under umbrellas and Japanese Maple Trees on

  • Historical Sites to See in Salt Lake

    There are several historical re-creation sites in Salt Lake and along the Wasatch Front. These make a fun adventure for the day and can help teach the kids about what life was like for the people who lived in Utah long ago. A whole pioneer village has been recreated at This is the Place Heritage Park