The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from November 2012

  • Black Friday in SLC

    Standing in line in the cold and dark in order to get a good price on a flat screen TV seems like extremely strange behavior, but shopping on Black Friday can be a fun, festive experience. It's also a great way to get a lot of your Christmas shopping done in just a few hours. I actually love

  • City Creek Center's First Holiday Season

    Downtown Salt Lake's City Creek Center is celebrating its first holiday season, with decorations, entertainment and events that will likely become holiday traditions for many Utah families. Some traditions are new, including four magical storybook lanterns, and some are revivals of old

  • Holiday Magic at City Creek Center

    City Creek Center in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City is excited to welcome visitors and residents to their very first magical holiday season. "I have fond memories of the holiday customs my parents established when I was growing up," said Linda Wardell, General Manager of City Creek

  • Dining Out for Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is a holiday that celebrates home cooking, but it's also one of the most popular holidays for dining out. There are plenty of creative chefs in the Salt Lake area willing to prepare an amazing Thanksgiving feast for you and your family. To help you find just the right place, I've put

  • This Taco Cart RULES!

    We are very fortunate in Salt Lake to have so many great dining options, from brick-and-mortar restaurants and brew pubs, to mobile food trucks and food carts on nearly every corner.The pioneers of this mobile food movement certainly have to be the vendors of that wonderful staple of Mexican food,

  • Iconic Buildings of SLC

    What do people think of when they hear the words Salt Lake City? If it's not the towering peaks of the Wasatch or ski slopes covered in powder, it might be the Salt Lake Temple. The temple is one of the iconic buildings of SLC, along with the LDS Tabernacle, Joseph Smith Memorial Building (formerly