The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from September 2018

  • SoHo Food Park

    Holladay Boulevard and its surrounding neighborhood grow more interesting (and more entertaining) every year. New businesses and developments pop up left and right, from the charming Harmon’s Grocery Store to the always-hoppin’ Taqueria 27 to the bougie-in-the-best-way 3 Cups coffee shop. Bike

  • Fuel Yourself: Salt Lake's Best Food Trucks

    Though Utah wasn’t always recognized as an innovative hub for foodies, we’ve taken long strides since the days when the state’s cuisine was defined by fry sauce, jell-O, and funeral potato casseroles. The dining scene in Utah has finally come of age and the same can be said for the explosion of

  • Top 10 Cycling Rides in Salt Lake

    It’s no secret that Salt Lake is bit of a cycling mecca. America’s toughest stage race—The Tour of Utah—has called Salt Lake and Utah home for almost 20 years, and many cycling pros call Salt Lake home. Equal parts beauty, access, and high-altitude trainers dream, Salt Lake is home to a healthy and

  • The Spice of (a New) Life

    For area refugees, Spice Kitchen Incubator bakes culinary dreams into businesses Exotic scents waft through the air and brightly-colored spices lie in bowls ready for their time in the fire. Chefs whirl around each other -- a bustling dance with aprons and wooden spatulas. There's laughter and

  • More Than Coffee: The Caffeinators of Salt Lake

    Get to know Salt Lake City's finely tuned coffee culture and community On a quintessential summer Saturday in Salt Lake City, I found myself wandering the popular Craft Lake City: DIY Festival in the capital city's downtown Gallivan Plaza, empty-handed. I asked myself, "What would make this day

  • Salt Lake's Fall Foliage Preview

    It’s that time of year again: Cardigans come out of hiding, festive gourds grace neighbors’ porches, skiers start shopping for season passes, and reds and yellows are starting to spark up in the hills around Salt Lake. If you’re a fellow fall fetishist, here’s where to go to see the foliage at its

  • The Top 10 Trip Advisor Hotels in Salt Lake

    TripAdvisor is an indispensable tool when it comes to booking a hotel room, but sometimes all the clicking and scrolling and review-scanning can melt your brain a bit. So we chose the ten Salt Lake hotels with the most reviews averaging 4.5 stars, pitched our two cents on each hotel, and then picked

  • Yelp's Best-Reviewed Dining in Salt Lake

    We can ramble on and on about Salt Lake’s diverse and delicious dining options, but sometimes you want to hear the crowd’s opinion. So we went to Yelp’s best-reviewed Salt Lake restaurants and found a thoughtful, detailed review for each place. We’ll offer our quick take, and then deliver you into

  • Salt Lake's Nightlife is Buzzing

    While you probably didn’t think Salt Lake has a pretty good nightlife scene, it does. In fact, bar hopping and dancing are some of the most popular things to do here. As the city lights up each night, Salt Lake’s many clubs and nightspots keep things interesting. Choose from intimate piano clubs,

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    Dining Paired with Fresh Mountain Air

    After a day on the trails or the slopes, revel over the day’s adventures with a cocktail or glass of wine, and a delicious meal to create the perfect pairing. Park City, Utah has deservedly earned its spot among the world’s favorite year-round travel destinations and has garnered international

  • Utah Museum of Fine Arts

    Four Ways to Explore the Utah Museum of Fine Arts This Fall

    The Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah is your destination for global visual arts. Immerse yourself in 5,000 years of human history and creativity through the region’s most dynamic collection of art, from ancient objects to the latest contemporary works. What’s in it for you? A