Dine-in, Delivered or To Go!
COVID-19 restrictions have changed to allow dine-in at Salt Lake County restaurants but many are still providing delivery or curb-side pickup. As you search our restaurant listings, you can find out which options your preferred restaurant is offering on their detail page. Just click "View full page for more info" at the bottom of the quick view.
Eat & Drink in Salt Lake
You're never far from your next great Salt Lake meal because a surprisingly diverse assortment of cafés and restaurants are waiting for you. From great American classics to dining options from every corner of the world, you will find exactly what your tastebuds are craving for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Eat hearty to keep up your energy - Salt Lake also boasts a vibrant nightlife with nightclubs, sports bars, piano bars, pubs and martini bars; which means there's plenty here to keep you up long after the sun goes down.
Yes, you can get a drink in Salt Lake. If you've heard things about the liquor laws in Salt Lake and Utah, you might be surprised to find out that it's as easy to get a drink in Utah as just about anywhere else - if you're of legal drinking age.
Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to some of Salt Lake City's frequently asked questions below. Check out more FAQs.
Are masks required?
Yes, until April 10, 2021 masks are required in the State of Utah. After that date, Salt Lake City has announced that the mask mandate will remain in place. The CDC recommendation is that face coverings that completely cover the nose and mouth should be worn in public areas where consistent social distancing of at least six feet is not possible, reasonable, or prudent.Read More
Do restaurants have dine-in available?
Most restaurants are open, with takeout, curbside pickup, or delivery options. Many establishments have dine-in or patio services, but are following the health precaution guidelines set by the State of Utah. By state mandate, masks must be worn in restaurants and bars unless eating, and individuals may not eat or drink within 6 feet of an individual from a separate household while at a bar or restaurant. Salt Lake City recently expanded regulations to allow restaurants and bars to create more or grow existing outside dining areas in off-street parking and private yards.