The Salt Lake Scene

Category - Restaurants & Bars

  • Park City offers cuisine with originality in a world-class, resort town that won’t leave you hungry.

    Park City Offers Cuisine with Originality That Won’t Leave You Hungry

    Nestled among the Wasatch Mountains, just 35 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport, Park City is best known as a world-class skiing destination, but this mountain town has more to offer than The Greatest Snow On Earth ® . Beyond Park City’s picturesque setting is a bustling city with all the

  • Top 7 Things to Do in Downtown Salt Lake City

    To say Salt Lake has changed in the past five years is an understatement. Side streets once filled with shuttered windows are now bursting with diverse shops run by local foodies, athletes, artists, and entrepreneurs who embody the pioneer spirit of making something special from scratch. Whether

  • Salt Lake's Best Vegetarian and Vegan Dining

    “Every vegan I've ever met who comes to Salt Lake is surprised by how many options there are, and are sometimes overwhelmed by having to choose,” says Trevor Hale, a Utah native who gave up meat 21 years ago. Back then, vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Salt Lake were few and far between but the

  • Salt Lake's Finest Patio Dining & Drinking

    It's true: Salt Lake's spring, summer, and fall nights are tough to top. And there's nothing like a delicious meal or cool beer enjoyed out in the fresh air. Fortunately, there are plenty of excellent bars and restaurants around to accommodate. Some are in the heart of the city, some are tucked

  • A Famous Bird Gets His Own Beer Label

    Tracy Aviary, a nonprofit organization inspiring curiosity and caring for birds and nature through education and conservation, along with Toasted Barrel Brewery, a Utah owned brewery bringing Utah the great beers it deserves, crafted a new beer for the national “celebirdy,” Andy the Andean condor.

  • Deer Valley Sponsored Content

    Deer Valley’s Most Iconic Summer Dishes and Cocktails

    Summer has arrived at Deer Valley. Wildflowers have replaced the snow and taken over the resort’s slopes and meadows. While most people know this place as a ski resort with great dining, summer’s menu is every bit as delectable. Swap powder turns for switchbacks and work up an appetite worthy of

  • Eat, Drink SLC—Get a Taste of Salt Lake’s Best Food and Drink

    Nibble, nosh, sip and swirl the evening away while listening to live music on Tracy Aviary's cool, green grounds at Eat Drink SLC 2019 on July 10, from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Festival-goers, aged 21 and over, sample seasonal fare from many of Salt Lake's leading restaurants and purveyors; sip from a

  • How to Have a Good Time in Salt Lake

    Most people would describe Salt Lake as "chill," "fun-loving," "outdoorsy," "adventurous," and "kind of a foodie." And yes, that sounds like the city has a Tinder profile, but truly, this town gets along with just about anyone and is always up for a good time. Whether you're a business traveler,

  • Salt Lake's Best Summer Beers

    With it being Salt Lake’s Official Craft Beer Month, and with summer right around the corner, we’re bringing back our list of favorite summer beers. Nothing beats a cold beer on a summer afternoon, and since Salt Lake’s craft beer scene is so strong, we have plenty of brews to choose from. Did you

  • The Salt Lake Brewery Pass Is Here

    Hey, craft beer lovers! If—in addition to masterfully brewed adult beverages—you enjoy good deals and exciting adventure, then the Salt Lake Brewery Pass is right up your ale-y. Sorry. Alley. It’s right up your alley. Salt Lake’s brewing scene is continuously expanding and evolving. There seems to

  • Salt Lake Lights and Sights – Experience Temple Square

    Without question, the most oooh and ahhh-worthy Christmas lights in Salt Lake are those at Temple Square, the city’s most visited attraction. The first lighting ceremony was held in 1965, and it’s been an annual tradition ever since, with approximately one million LED lights now twinkling to life

  • Salt Lake’s LGBTQ Bars

    Salt Lake serves as a bastion of progressiveness, playfulness, and pride. In fact, the city's been listed by Advocate magazine as one of the Ten Queerest Cities in America (gayer than L.A.—take that, Southern Cali!) … The city holds one of the biggest and best-attended Pride parades and festivals

  • Utah's Rum Underdogs

    "At the age of thirty-seven, I did one of the most difficult things I've ever had to do," says Distillery 36 co-owner Jon Gregersen. "I came out of the closet as a distiller." This came as a complete surprise to his large religious family, who he says have maintained a "let's just not bring it up

  • Digging Salt Lake City for 48 Hours

    Like the western rattlers that stow beneath erratic boulders in the surrounding foothills, Salt Lake has shed its skin several times in the past two decades. Salt Lake's glistening new look reveals a town teeming with arts, nightlife and attitude that left me hissing for just one extra play

  • Friends at Copper Canyon Radisson

    Experience the Copper Canyon Grill House and Tavern

    Hallå! For the Radisson Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, the word “Scandinavian” describes more than the sleek-and-simple interior design trend that’s transforming the nation’s cities into chic chill zones—it refers to a lifestyle based on wellness and purpose. Scandinavian hospitality is central

  • Utah Food Services Tenderloin

    Carving Powder to Tenderloin

    By happenstance Dave Jensen, Chief Operating Officer at Utah Food Services (UFS), met Robert “Sully” Sullivan, the whimsical owner of UFS, at a KOA campground on North Temple, 37 years ago on their quest to find the best powder on earth. The two ski bums quickly assimilated to life as Utahans and

  • 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

  • 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