Salt Lake Restaurants
Over the past decade, Salt Lake has become a legitimate destination for food lovers, with award-winning restaurants, minimalist cafés, and trendy bars. In this mountain-ringed city, you can taste flavors from all over the world, sample small plates, or share family portions in every neighborhood.
From avant-garde cuisine to comfort classics, savor local ingredients and find your next favorite meal in the city. And while we’re proud of our acclaimed restaurants and ambient spaces, there are also a myriad of tasty choices for folks on the go and budget-minded travelers as well.
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 here as just about anywhere else — if you're of legal drinking age.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to some of Salt Lake City's frequently asked questions below. Check out more FAQs.
Are masks required?
No, however some locations and businesses may require a mask be worn on their premises. There is no current mandate from the state of Utah or Salt Lake county. Please have a mask available and follow signage for those places that may require one.
The Salt Lake County Health Director recommends, regardless of vaccination status or past COVID-19 infection, to wear well-fitting masks when indoors (or queueing outdoors) in public. For optimal protection, Dr. Dunn recommends wearing respirators, such as KN95s, instead of cloth masks, if possible.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 and are following the health precaution guidelines set by the State of Utah. 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.