South Salt Lake

South Salt Lake is a neighborhood of bungalows, ethnic eateries and easy access to the major thoroughfares in town. Lovingly referred to as SoSaLa by residents, the area has its share of hidden gems.

South Salt lake Neighborhood Map


Central Salt Lake City has a variety of bars and lounges to keep the party alive. Relax with a friendly game of pool or a…


South Salt Lake provides easy access to events in downtown, the granary district, and across the Mid-Valley area. You'll even…

Hotels & Lodging

South Salt Lake City provides lodging options that are close enough to enjoy all that downtown has to offer while also being…


South Salt Lake offers flavors from all over the world to satisfy the palate of every food lover. 


South Salt Lake offers plenty of possibilities for terrific shopping excursions, including specialty…

Where to Eat

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Where to Eat

A staple of the SLC barbecue scene, Pat’s BBQ has been doing it longer and better than most. Host to live music on the weekends and succulent ribs every day, Pat’s is a worthy dinner or lunch spot.

BBQ at Pat's BBQ

On the other side of the dietary spectrum, vegan mainstay Vertical Diner  serves up grub that’s satisfying and delicious. For Peruvian perfection, head to Del Mar al Lago  where you can nibble on traditional ceviche. One of the tastiest options in the city, Oh Maid offers delicious Vietnamese bahn mi. And there are plenty of places to wash it all down. Island-themed Bad Ass Coffee  is great for java. Sugar House Distillery makes vodka and whiskey that you can buy at the distillery.


Where to Play

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Where to Play

South Salt Lake offers the unique opportunity to hike or bike in the canyons and have time left over to make it down to the city for a casual or formal night out at one of the hundreds of restaurants just minutes away in the valley.

Hiking Trails in Sandy

Where to Shop

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Where to Shop

Gear up at Kirkham’s Outdoor Products for your next adventure. Known nation-wide for its springbar canvas tents that set the benchmark in the industry, they also maintain a huge selection of outdoor apparel and goods. Need an inexpensive bike, for mountains or road? Or maybe some bike-mechanic know-how? Non-profit Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective ( is your place for all of the above.


What the Locals Know

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What the Locals Know

Enter through the colorful, gold-roofed Chinatown gate and be transported to another time and place. Salt Lake Chinatown ( is a little complex on State Street, where you’ll find the spacious Chinatown Supermarket, the city’s largest Asian market, and plenty of places to chow down.


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