The personalities. The glamour. The over-the-top accusations. The drama. The shenanigans. The outfits. All accompanied by copious amounts of wine. If you're a fan of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City and are psyched that the opening episode of Season 4 just dropped, then we're sure you can hardly wait to see where they take it this season. In the meantime, maybe you'd like to revisit some of your favorite moments from past episodes. We have a suggestion for you - why not do it in person? Here are 5 of the actual locations in Salt Lake where you can visit the scene where the housewives really said, did, and wore those things.
Season 1 Episode 2
A Snow Mountain of Trouble
Right out of the gate in the first season the wives visited some of the most iconic Salt Lake places: the episode ends with a ski day at the incredible Snowbird, one of four mountain resorts within a half-hour drive of downtown. You also can ski or board there in winter months, or try out some of their incredible warm-weather activities, including a great Oktoberfest celebration. Have some great food and drink at one of the many on-resort restaurants and bars, including SeventyOne, where the wives finish up their day on the slopes eating and drinking and arguing.
Season 1 Episode 3
Everybody Needs a Switzerland
This episode is when we first learn that everyone's either most- or least-favorite housewife Mary has married her step-grandpa, and we learn that little tidbit when she tells Meredith over dinner at the fabulous Table X. This restaurant is a gem, with a chef who was a James Beard semifinalist in 2022, and will be a highlight in anyone's visit to Salt Lake.
Season 1 Episode 4
Two amazing Salt Lake places are featured in this episode: Prohibition, a delicious 1920s-styled bar (not surprisingly, the site of Whitney's 1920s-themed party), and Valter's Osteria, a classy fine-dining establishment with Tuscan cuisine (the site of Mary's Met Gala luncheon). Valter, who made sensational splash in his appearance on the show, was a beloved icon in the Salt Lake restaurant scene. He sadly passed away in 2022, but his culinary legacy lives on at this must-try restaurant.
Season 2 Episode 9
I Was Driving Carpool
Mary plans a fancy cooking class for the wives, and it's at none other than Salt Lake's very own Park City Culinary Institute. Pasta, and of course, drama are the results. If you like the idea of trying your own hand at a specialty cooking night (but perhaps not the fighting), check out some of the recreational cooking classes you can sign up for at the Institute.