The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from October 2009

  • On Broadway, Part VI: Sage's Cafe

    Looking for a vegetarian, organic dining option that also serves up atmosphere? Wanting to fill your belly and satisfy your taste buds, even if you're usually a carnivore? No matter who you are, it's time to eat at Sage's. My roommate and I went to Sage's Cafe for lunch the other day - from our

  • Snowbird Teaser

    The hills are once again turning white and our friends at Snowbird sent us this video that we had to share. After watching it once, watch it again and close your eyes at 2:12 and you can almost feel the powder faceshot. Winter...it's almost here! Get yourself hooked up on the 4th Night Stay and Ski

  • Corn Mazes and Pumpkin Patches

    I don't ever remember growing up that my parents would ever consider paying money for me to wander through a corn field maze. It seemed so illogical at the time when I could get lost on my own accord and at a very nice price (free) but within the past 10 years it's been quite amazing to see the

  • Sugar House Parks

    Could the weather get any nicer for a walk? I think not. So yesterday I took advantage of a sunny fall day and set out on a three-park walk. Here's my route: 1. Start at Sugar House Park, one of Salt Lake's largest and most popular parks. Located in one of Salt Lake's oldest neighborhoods on the

  • Caramelized, Gooey, Flaky, Crunchy at Les Madeleines

    Les Madeleines patisserie and café serves delectable desserts and pastries made from scratch. Not only are the finest ingredients used, they look pretty too. After having been spoiled by the delicious pastries of France (having spent several months living and studying there), I was so excited to

  • A Room With a View

    The Living Room has been one of my favorite hikes for the past decade. I used to think it was almost secret, a hidden door behind a bookcase. I still think it's just as cool the hundred-and-seventeenth time as it was the first. The Living Room consists of several sandstone furnishings: chairs, love