The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from July 2016

  • Airport-to-Downtown Transportation Guide

    Welcome to Salt Lake, one of North America’s most accessible destinations due to our award-winning airport and the fact that it’s just a 13-minute drive from downtown, the hub for all things from meetings and conventions to year-round recreation to endless dining and nightlife, attractions and

  • Wild and Scenic Film Festival

    The Wild & Scenic Film Festival presents an evenings of environmental and adventure films during the semi-annual Outdoor Retailer show on August 3, 2016 at Brewvies Cinema Pub downtown Salt Lake City at 8pm. This event is free to the public. This special one-night-only Wild & Scenic event will

  • Salt Lake is America’s Craft Chocolate Capital

    When you think of Utah, the phrase “greatest snow on earth” is likely to come to mind. And it’s true; our unique high desert climate produces the finest powder skiing imaginable. A phrase you probably haven’t heard in relation to Utah is “greatest chocolate on earth.” It’s hard to nail down exactly

  • Salt Lake's Best Summer Beers

    Few things in the universe go together as perfectly as a cold beer on a hot summer day. The union is so perfect in fact, it’s difficult to adequately describe why with words. If you’re a regular practitioner of the American ritual of cracking open cold brews under the summer sun, no description is

  • The Meatless Feast

    It seems like Salt Lake has always had a sizeable vegan and vegetarian population. Even when it more closely resembled a mountain town than a bustling city, Salt Lake had a surprising number of veggie-friendly eateries with plenty of loyal patrons. Some think it’s related to the active,