Utah’s second-largest city, West Valley City, joins Kearns and Taylorsville, to create the most ethnically diverse area in Utah. That means it’s the go-to place for diverse culinary experiences, unique shopping, plus theater, concert and sports entertainment year round.
Within walking distance of the Maverik Center, Myung Ga is widely agreed to be the best Korean BBQ in the valley. Coppercreek Pub & Grub is famous for the Chubby Melt, a ground chuck patty smashed between two grilled cheese sandwiches.
Some of the most diverse international food along the Wasatch Front can be found in West Valley, including Jugos y Tortas El Morelense, which specializes in al pastor (pork roasted on a vertical spit).
Check out a big-name concert or take in some hockey when the Utah Grizzlies take the ice at Maverik Center which was the official venue for men’s and women’s ice hockey during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
National and local acts take to the stage at USANA amphitheater, and the Utah Cultural Celebration Center offers world-class programs and concerts.
Swing by the Backcountry. com Retail Store (backcountry.com), pick from the online retailer’s catalog, and runners will fetch your gear from the connected warehouse.
What the Locals Know
What do Hillary Clinton and Axl Rose have in common? They’ve both been awarded the key to West Valley City.