The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from June 2018

  • Red Iguana

    Ask anyone where you definitely need to eat in Salt Lake, and you'll get one response-Red Iguana. Red Iguana has been a Salt Lake institution, serving up traditional Oaxacan dishes and generations-old recipes to generations of Utahn's. Known best for their moles (a slow-cooked sauce with up to 23

  • Days of '47 Celebrations in Salt Lake:

    On July 24, 1847, the first batch of intrepid, trail-tested pioneers arrived in the Salt Lake valley. They'd achieved an absolutely monumental task, and not without devastating losses along the way. Fueled by determination to make a fresh start after religious strife uprooted their communities,

  • Lake Effect

    Lake Effect is Not Your Average Bar

    Nick Chachas and Jeff Burbach founded Lake Effect in March 2017. The duo met while Nick was tending bar at a local watering hole and struck up a fast friendship. Bonding over many, many Old Fashioneds, they decided to partner up and build a bar that is unlike any other. A place where people can meet

  • Salt Lake's Rec Centers

    Look at any photo of the Salt Lake skyline, and the mountains are the real scene-stealers. Indeed, when we think of recreation in Salt Lake, we tend to look upward and start plotting adventure in the high alpine: skiing, snowboarding, hiking, biking, and climbing. But if you don't have time to head

  • USANA Amphitheater's Summer Concerts

    From rock, to country, to pop royalty, big names and enthralling musical acts can be enjoyed from the gentle slopes of Utah's USANA Amphitheatre in West Valley City. As the sun sets to the west of the Wasatch mountains, the expanse of fiery alpenglow compliments the fantastic acoustics of one of the

  • Zoo Brew: Cheers to Utah's Hogle Zoo

    If you’re seeking a new way to experience Utah’s Hogle Zoo, consider raising a cold glass to animal conservation by attending Zoo Brew on select Wednesday evenings this summer or fall. If you’ve ever fantasized about experiencing the zoo without the jam of Utah’s ubiquitous ranks of strollers and