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Guidebook for Salt Lake City

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Guidebook for Salt Lake City

Shopping
The City Creek Center is a mixed-use development with an upscale open-air shopping center, office and residential buildings, fountain, and simulated creek near Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The center integrates shopping and residential elements, with foliage-lined walkways and streams covering three blocks in the heart of downtown Salt Lake.
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City Creek Center
50 Main Street
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The City Creek Center is a mixed-use development with an upscale open-air shopping center, office and residential buildings, fountain, and simulated creek near Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The center integrates shopping and residential elements, with foliage-lined walkways and streams covering three blocks in the heart of downtown Salt Lake.
Parks & Nature
The Gilgal Sculpture Garden is a small public city park, located at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The park, which is filled with unusual symbolic statuary associated with Mormonism, notably to the Sphinx with Joseph Smith's head, was a labor of love designed and created by LDS businessman Thomas Battersby Child, Jr. (1888-1963) in his spare time. The park contains 12 original sculptures and over 70 stones engraved with scriptures, poems and literary texts. Gilgal Sculpture Garden is the only designated "visionary art environment" in the state of Utah.
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Gilgal Sculpture Garden
749 East 500 South
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The Gilgal Sculpture Garden is a small public city park, located at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The park, which is filled with unusual symbolic statuary associated with Mormonism, notably to the Sphinx with Joseph Smith's head, was a labor of love designed and created by LDS businessman Thomas Battersby Child, Jr. (1888-1963) in his spare time. The park contains 12 original sculptures and over 70 stones engraved with scriptures, poems and literary texts. Gilgal Sculpture Garden is the only designated "visionary art environment" in the state of Utah.
Public facilities include playgrounds, restrooms, bowery, concession stand, children's play areas, picnic areas, large grassy areas, horseshoe pits, a swimming pool, basketball courts, volleyball courts, tennis courts, bocce ball courts, a 1.5-mile jogging path, seasonal amusement rides and a greenhouse. Other seasonal activities and public facilities include paddle boats, recreational games, and festivals. It is a popular jogging, rollerblading and cycling location. Liberty Park is the site of Salt Lake City's Pioneer Day fireworks display on the 24th of July. Large crowds gather in the park on Sundays during the spring, summer, and early fall for drum circles that last all day.
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Liberty Park
600 E 900 South
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Public facilities include playgrounds, restrooms, bowery, concession stand, children's play areas, picnic areas, large grassy areas, horseshoe pits, a swimming pool, basketball courts, volleyball courts, tennis courts, bocce ball courts, a 1.5-mile jogging path, seasonal amusement rides and a greenhouse. Other seasonal activities and public facilities include paddle boats, recreational games, and festivals. It is a popular jogging, rollerblading and cycling location. Liberty Park is the site of Salt Lake City's Pioneer Day fireworks display on the 24th of July. Large crowds gather in the park on Sundays during the spring, summer, and early fall for drum circles that last all day.
Red Butte Garden and Arboretum consists of a botanical garden, arboretum, and amphitheatre operated by the University of Utah, in the foothills of the Wasatch Range in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. It is open year-round to the public. Red Butte Garden contains over 100 acres (0.40 km2) of botanical gardens and several miles of hiking trails through native vegetation. Red Butte Creek runs within the northern part of the park.
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Red Butte Garden
300 Wakara Way
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Red Butte Garden and Arboretum consists of a botanical garden, arboretum, and amphitheatre operated by the University of Utah, in the foothills of the Wasatch Range in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. It is open year-round to the public. Red Butte Garden contains over 100 acres (0.40 km2) of botanical gardens and several miles of hiking trails through native vegetation. Red Butte Creek runs within the northern part of the park.
Almost every Utah kid and teen begins their love affair with the mountains hiking to Donut Falls with family, youth groups and friends. It's an easy hike that allows for mom and dad to hike with one kid on their back, toddlers incessantly throwing rocks in the river, and teenagers dragging their feet. Summer weekends are packed, and can be difficult to find parking. Go during the week or in the evenings to beat the morning rush.
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Donut Falls Trailhead
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Almost every Utah kid and teen begins their love affair with the mountains hiking to Donut Falls with family, youth groups and friends. It's an easy hike that allows for mom and dad to hike with one kid on their back, toddlers incessantly throwing rocks in the river, and teenagers dragging their feet. Summer weekends are packed, and can be difficult to find parking. Go during the week or in the evenings to beat the morning rush.
Easy stroll around a beautiful lake at Brighton Ski Resort, at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon. From the trailhead parking, a boardwalk extends out into a meadow and then along the lake shoreline. On the far side of the lake the path becomes dirt but is well-maintained and easy to follow. Trail forks lead to other nearby lakes.
Silver Lake
Easy stroll around a beautiful lake at Brighton Ski Resort, at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon. From the trailhead parking, a boardwalk extends out into a meadow and then along the lake shoreline. On the far side of the lake the path becomes dirt but is well-maintained and easy to follow. Trail forks lead to other nearby lakes.
The drive up the hilly road lined with trees and beautiful houses is a nice experience. You have to park on the road. There is a view point which doesn't require much effort to walk up to. The view from this point is spectacular especially if you go close to sunset when the skies are vibrant with a multitude of colors. Always pack a hoodie because it is windy more often than not. The hike up to the top is a nice easy hike with lots of wild flowers. The panoramic view from the top of salt lake City is humbling. If you hike on a full moon day, the views are even better.
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Ensign Peak Trail
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The drive up the hilly road lined with trees and beautiful houses is a nice experience. You have to park on the road. There is a view point which doesn't require much effort to walk up to. The view from this point is spectacular especially if you go close to sunset when the skies are vibrant with a multitude of colors. Always pack a hoodie because it is windy more often than not. The hike up to the top is a nice easy hike with lots of wild flowers. The panoramic view from the top of salt lake City is humbling. If you hike on a full moon day, the views are even better.
Arts & Culture
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Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
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Utah Museum of Fine Arts
410 Campus Center Drive
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Natural History Museum of Utah
301 Wakara Way
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Sightseeing
Temple Square is a 10-acre (4.0 ha) complex, owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), in the center of Salt Lake City, Utah. In recent years, the usage of the name has gradually changed to include several other church facilities that are immediately adjacent to Temple Square. Contained within Temple Square are the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake Assembly Hall, the Seagull Monument, and two visitors' centers.
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Temple Square
50 N Temple
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Temple Square is a 10-acre (4.0 ha) complex, owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), in the center of Salt Lake City, Utah. In recent years, the usage of the name has gradually changed to include several other church facilities that are immediately adjacent to Temple Square. Contained within Temple Square are the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake Assembly Hall, the Seagull Monument, and two visitors' centers.
The Salt Lake City Cemetery is located between “N” and “U” streets and 4th Avenue and 11th Avenue and contains approximately 120 acres with 9 ½ miles of roads. The Cemetery is laid out in Plats. A Plat is an area of land that was developed at the specific time. Plats are divided into lots. A Lot contains ten graves. On the Sexton’s records, each person is recorded in four different areas. There is a location on record for each person buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. The first known burial was September 27, 1847, and was a child named Mary B. Wallace. On February 17, 1849, a council was held and Brigham Young appointed George Wallace, Daniel Wells, and Joseph Heywood to select a
Salt Lake City Cemetery
200 N Street East
The Salt Lake City Cemetery is located between “N” and “U” streets and 4th Avenue and 11th Avenue and contains approximately 120 acres with 9 ½ miles of roads. The Cemetery is laid out in Plats. A Plat is an area of land that was developed at the specific time. Plats are divided into lots. A Lot contains ten graves. On the Sexton’s records, each person is recorded in four different areas. There is a location on record for each person buried in the Salt Lake City Cemetery. The first known burial was September 27, 1847, and was a child named Mary B. Wallace. On February 17, 1849, a council was held and Brigham Young appointed George Wallace, Daniel Wells, and Joseph Heywood to select a
The Beehive house was constructed in 1854, two years before the neighboring Lion House was built (also a residence of Young's). Both homes are one block east of the Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square on South Temple street in Salt Lake City, Utah. The home was designed by Young's brother-in-law and architect of the Salt Lake Temple, Truman O. Angell, who also designed the Lion House. It was constructed of adobe and sandstone. Young was a polygamist, and the Beehive House was designed to accommodate his large family. The Lion House also became his official residence as governor of Utah Territory and president of the LDS Church. Upon its completion, Young briefly shared the Beehive House with
The Beehive House
67 East South Temple
The Beehive house was constructed in 1854, two years before the neighboring Lion House was built (also a residence of Young's). Both homes are one block east of the Salt Lake Temple and Temple Square on South Temple street in Salt Lake City, Utah. The home was designed by Young's brother-in-law and architect of the Salt Lake Temple, Truman O. Angell, who also designed the Lion House. It was constructed of adobe and sandstone. Young was a polygamist, and the Beehive House was designed to accommodate his large family. The Lion House also became his official residence as governor of Utah Territory and president of the LDS Church. Upon its completion, Young briefly shared the Beehive House with
The capitol's architecture was inspired by Classical architecture, and some local newspapers compared the early designs to Greece's Parthenon. Many of the building's details rely on the Corinthian style, in which formality, order, proportion and line are essential design elements. The building is 404 feet (123 m) feet long, 240 feet (73 m) feet wide, and the dome is 250 feet (76 m) high.[16] The exterior is constructed of Utah granite (Quartz monzonite mined in nearby Little Cottonwood Canyon), as are other Salt Lake City landmarks such as the Salt Lake Temple and LDS Conference Center. The stone facade is symmetrical, with each side being organized around a central pedimented entrance.
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Utah State Capitol Building
350 State Street
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The capitol's architecture was inspired by Classical architecture, and some local newspapers compared the early designs to Greece's Parthenon. Many of the building's details rely on the Corinthian style, in which formality, order, proportion and line are essential design elements. The building is 404 feet (123 m) feet long, 240 feet (73 m) feet wide, and the dome is 250 feet (76 m) high.[16] The exterior is constructed of Utah granite (Quartz monzonite mined in nearby Little Cottonwood Canyon), as are other Salt Lake City landmarks such as the Salt Lake Temple and LDS Conference Center. The stone facade is symmetrical, with each side being organized around a central pedimented entrance.
Park City is a city in Summit County, Utah, United States. It is considered to be part of the Wasatch Back. The city is 32 miles (51 km) southeast of downtown Salt Lake City and 20 miles (32 km) from Salt Lake City's east edge of Sugar House along Interstate 80. The population was 7,558 at the 2010 census. On average, the tourist population greatly exceeds the number of permanent residents. After a population decline following the shutdown of the area's mining industry, the city rebounded during the 1980s and 1990s through an expansion of its tourism business.
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Park City
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Park City is a city in Summit County, Utah, United States. It is considered to be part of the Wasatch Back. The city is 32 miles (51 km) southeast of downtown Salt Lake City and 20 miles (32 km) from Salt Lake City's east edge of Sugar House along Interstate 80. The population was 7,558 at the 2010 census. On average, the tourist population greatly exceeds the number of permanent residents. After a population decline following the shutdown of the area's mining industry, the city rebounded during the 1980s and 1990s through an expansion of its tourism business.
On a little corner of 1700 South 500 East in Salt Lake City, passersby might get a glance of a large rock garden. Upon further examination you will learn that this spot has significant history to the Salt Lake Valley and the first group of pioneers that arrived here. The First Encampment Park is the main group of the Pioneer Company camped on July 22, 1847. Other groups camped at other various locations. Scattered around the park on rocks are the names of the 109 men, three women, and eight children thought to have slept here the first night in the valley.
First Encampment Park
On a little corner of 1700 South 500 East in Salt Lake City, passersby might get a glance of a large rock garden. Upon further examination you will learn that this spot has significant history to the Salt Lake Valley and the first group of pioneers that arrived here. The First Encampment Park is the main group of the Pioneer Company camped on July 22, 1847. Other groups camped at other various locations. Scattered around the park on rocks are the names of the 109 men, three women, and eight children thought to have slept here the first night in the valley.
Liberty Park’s 8-acre aviary offers exhibits, shows & encounters where guests can view & feed birds. Address: 589 E 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105 Phone: (801) 596-8500
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Tracy Aviary
589 East 1300 South
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Liberty Park’s 8-acre aviary offers exhibits, shows & encounters where guests can view & feed birds. Address: 589 E 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105 Phone: (801) 596-8500
Living-history park featuring Mormon monument, train rides, petting zoo & Native American village. 2601 E Sunnyside Ave (801) 582-1847
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This Is The Place Heritage Park
2601 East Sunnyside Avenue
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Living-history park featuring Mormon monument, train rides, petting zoo & Native American village. 2601 E Sunnyside Ave (801) 582-1847
Public Library 60s-era library known for its natural light & curved 6-story walkable wall built with high-UV glass. Salt Lake City, UT (801) 524-8200
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Salt Lake City Public Library
210 East 400 South
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Public Library 60s-era library known for its natural light & curved 6-story walkable wall built with high-UV glass. Salt Lake City, UT (801) 524-8200
The Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park is a plaza located at the south end of Rice-Eccles Stadium on the campus of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the 2002 Winter Olympics, Rice-Eccles Stadium was known as Rice-Eccles Olympic Stadium and hosted the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. The plaza contains a 2002 Winter Olympic museum, the Olympic cauldron, and other memorabilia from the 2002 Olympic Games
Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park
451 1400 E
The Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park is a plaza located at the south end of Rice-Eccles Stadium on the campus of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. During the 2002 Winter Olympics, Rice-Eccles Stadium was known as Rice-Eccles Olympic Stadium and hosted the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. The plaza contains a 2002 Winter Olympic museum, the Olympic cauldron, and other memorabilia from the 2002 Olympic Games
Headed to UT to see the Parks. Our Home is a convenient location to pick up your RV for the rest of your trip.
Cruise America RV Rental & Sales
4125 State St
Headed to UT to see the Parks. Our Home is a convenient location to pick up your RV for the rest of your trip.
Entertainment & Activities
Rice-Eccles Stadium is an outdoor college football stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, on the campus of the University of Utah. It is the home field of the Utah Utes of the Pac-12 Conference. It served as the main stadium for the 2002 Winter Olympics; the Opening and Closing Ceremonies were held at the stadium, which was temporarily renamed "Rice-Eccles Olympic Stadium". The FieldTurf playing field runs in the traditional north-south configuration, and sits at an elevation of 4,637 feet (1,413 m) above sea level, 400 feet (120 m) above downtown Salt Lake City.
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Rice-Eccles Stadium
451 1400 East
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Rice-Eccles Stadium is an outdoor college football stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, on the campus of the University of Utah. It is the home field of the Utah Utes of the Pac-12 Conference. It served as the main stadium for the 2002 Winter Olympics; the Opening and Closing Ceremonies were held at the stadium, which was temporarily renamed "Rice-Eccles Olympic Stadium". The FieldTurf playing field runs in the traditional north-south configuration, and sits at an elevation of 4,637 feet (1,413 m) above sea level, 400 feet (120 m) above downtown Salt Lake City.
Movie Theater / BAR.. unique in SLC Cozy cinema featuring new releases, indie films & events, plus pub grub, craft beer & a full bar. 677 S 200 W (801) 355-5500
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Brewvies Cinema Pub
677 South 200 West
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Movie Theater / BAR.. unique in SLC Cozy cinema featuring new releases, indie films & events, plus pub grub, craft beer & a full bar. 677 S 200 W (801) 355-5500
Food Scene
I love the atmosphere of this place. It’s a warm little coffee shop that is not the everyday rat race Starbucks can be.
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Alchemy Coffee
390 East 1700 South
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I love the atmosphere of this place. It’s a warm little coffee shop that is not the everyday rat race Starbucks can be.
You can Walk to this Location if you wish. Traditional Indian eats take center stage at this relaxed venue, where plates are served at communal tables in a brass and copper–accented space which also serves as a chai cafe and market vending spice blends and other supplies for bringing the experience home.
Saffron Valley Bistro - Sugar House
479 E 2100 S
You can Walk to this Location if you wish. Traditional Indian eats take center stage at this relaxed venue, where plates are served at communal tables in a brass and copper–accented space which also serves as a chai cafe and market vending spice blends and other supplies for bringing the experience home.
Just Down the street. Buzzy cafe serving up homestyle breakfasts, burgers & salads in a cozy setting with park views.
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The Park Café
604 East 1300 South
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Just Down the street. Buzzy cafe serving up homestyle breakfasts, burgers & salads in a cozy setting with park views.
Popular Chinese spot offering a wide range of classic fare, lunch specials & dim sum in casual digs.
New Golden Dragon
1716 S State St
Popular Chinese spot offering a wide range of classic fare, lunch specials & dim sum in casual digs.
Local chain serving oysters & other seafood dishes, plus burgers & steaks, in a classy atmosphere. Seafood is flow in daily.
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Market Street Grill - Downtown
48 West Market Street
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Local chain serving oysters & other seafood dishes, plus burgers & steaks, in a classy atmosphere. Seafood is flow in daily.
Incredible art” and a “festive” setting dazzle fans of this “sophisticated” warehouse bistro on Downtown's west side, where “inspired”, “haute” Mexican fare and “über-creative margaritas” are, like namesake Frida Kahlo, anything but “run-of-the-mill”; it's on the “costly” side, but most find it “exceeds expectations.
Rico Cocina y Tequila Bar
545 West 700 South
Incredible art” and a “festive” setting dazzle fans of this “sophisticated” warehouse bistro on Downtown's west side, where “inspired”, “haute” Mexican fare and “über-creative margaritas” are, like namesake Frida Kahlo, anything but “run-of-the-mill”; it's on the “costly” side, but most find it “exceeds expectations.
Has a wonderful collection of Cocktails Modern take on traditional food. The atmosphere of the restaurant is crisp and lovely, yet somehow homey as well. The food is delicious! The friendly, helpful, and informative. Redone Gas Station on the Edge of the park. Wonderful outdoor sitting area with Large (garage) doors that open onto the park.
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Tradition
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Has a wonderful collection of Cocktails Modern take on traditional food. The atmosphere of the restaurant is crisp and lovely, yet somehow homey as well. The food is delicious! The friendly, helpful, and informative. Redone Gas Station on the Edge of the park. Wonderful outdoor sitting area with Large (garage) doors that open onto the park.
A Must Visit in Slat Lake.. Expect a wait on weekends.. Order the Bloody Mary and enjoy the sites of the Canyon. Summer months live music on the patio. Not only is Ruth's Diner almost 90 years old, but it's also home to "biscuit-baking bad boy" Ines Monreal, who has made nearly 3 million biscuits (including some blindfolded). Guy from Diners Drive Ins Dives devoured the fluffy biscuits. Meanwhile, locals love Ruth's braised chicken and deep-fried mac and cheese. Special Dishes: Biscuits and Gravy, Grandma Claire's Baked Mac and Cheese
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Ruth's Diner
4160 Emigration Canyon Road
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A Must Visit in Slat Lake.. Expect a wait on weekends.. Order the Bloody Mary and enjoy the sites of the Canyon. Summer months live music on the patio. Not only is Ruth's Diner almost 90 years old, but it's also home to "biscuit-baking bad boy" Ines Monreal, who has made nearly 3 million biscuits (including some blindfolded). Guy from Diners Drive Ins Dives devoured the fluffy biscuits. Meanwhile, locals love Ruth's braised chicken and deep-fried mac and cheese. Special Dishes: Biscuits and Gravy, Grandma Claire's Baked Mac and Cheese
Another Local Favorite The Blue Plate Diner prides itself on homemade food, a sentiment that is clearly evident in their popular corned beef hash and smoked salmon — both are done completely in-house. Guy From Diners Drive Ins & Dives was impressed by their Mexican dishes, such as tamales and pork chili verde. Special Dishes: Corned Beef Hash, Smoked Salmon, Omelet
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The Blue Plate Diner
2041 South 2100 East
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Another Local Favorite The Blue Plate Diner prides itself on homemade food, a sentiment that is clearly evident in their popular corned beef hash and smoked salmon — both are done completely in-house. Guy From Diners Drive Ins & Dives was impressed by their Mexican dishes, such as tamales and pork chili verde. Special Dishes: Corned Beef Hash, Smoked Salmon, Omelet
A Utah Legacy. Mrs Backers Pastry shop has been serving the people of Salt Lake for over 75 years. Dedicated to a tradition of baking exceptional Cakes and Pastries, Mrs. Backers has the finest in gourmet baked goods to satisfy any sweet tooth. Mrs. Backers pastry shop was established in 1941. It is now in the third generation of the same family. The family history of bakers can be traced back 700 years. We still have the old recipes and old wooden cookie presses that were brought over to America from Germany. We have kept the same store design and colors that were originally here when we started, so the bakery has it’s own original charming atmosphere.
Mrs. Backer's Pastry Shop
434 E S Temple
A Utah Legacy. Mrs Backers Pastry shop has been serving the people of Salt Lake for over 75 years. Dedicated to a tradition of baking exceptional Cakes and Pastries, Mrs. Backers has the finest in gourmet baked goods to satisfy any sweet tooth. Mrs. Backers pastry shop was established in 1941. It is now in the third generation of the same family. The family history of bakers can be traced back 700 years. We still have the old recipes and old wooden cookie presses that were brought over to America from Germany. We have kept the same store design and colors that were originally here when we started, so the bakery has it’s own original charming atmosphere.
Hip bistro with local art on the walls & a menu of European dishes that use farm-fresh ingredients. 365 W 400 S (801) 328-4155 Comfort food · Small plate
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Tin Angel
365 West 400 South
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Hip bistro with local art on the walls & a menu of European dishes that use farm-fresh ingredients. 365 W 400 S (801) 328-4155 Comfort food · Small plate
Along a once humdrum stretch of Main Street in Salt Lake City, tucked behind a storefront called Bodega — a half ramshackle corner store, half taco-peddling beer tavern — is this subterranean speakeasy, the Rest. Inside is a mishmash world of exotic taxidermy (baboon, Corsican ram), unlikely tomes (“Psychology of Sex”) and antique furniture. Welcome to a Pinterest page come to life, courtesy of the owner, Sara Lund.
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Bodega
331 Main Street
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Along a once humdrum stretch of Main Street in Salt Lake City, tucked behind a storefront called Bodega — a half ramshackle corner store, half taco-peddling beer tavern — is this subterranean speakeasy, the Rest. Inside is a mishmash world of exotic taxidermy (baboon, Corsican ram), unlikely tomes (“Psychology of Sex”) and antique furniture. Welcome to a Pinterest page come to life, courtesy of the owner, Sara Lund.
Innovative, contemporary and honed through extensive research, Current's menu has been carefully developed to highlight the best fresh seafood from regional America. Whether these culinary gems hail from San Francisco, Monterrey, South Carolina, New Orleans, Chicago or New York City, we have a big focus on sustainability and classic seafood preparations. Always with a highlight on the freshness and high quality of the ingredients, our cuisine is straightforward with an eye toward classic preparation and technique, with a spotlight on healthy choices and sustainability. Inspired and nuanced beverage selections include white and red wines on tap and a nice array of white, bubbly and reds
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Current Fish and Oyster
279 East 300 South
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Innovative, contemporary and honed through extensive research, Current's menu has been carefully developed to highlight the best fresh seafood from regional America. Whether these culinary gems hail from San Francisco, Monterrey, South Carolina, New Orleans, Chicago or New York City, we have a big focus on sustainability and classic seafood preparations. Always with a highlight on the freshness and high quality of the ingredients, our cuisine is straightforward with an eye toward classic preparation and technique, with a spotlight on healthy choices and sustainability. Inspired and nuanced beverage selections include white and red wines on tap and a nice array of white, bubbly and reds
Drinks & Nightlife
Funky hangout with comfort food & brunch, lots of games & a pet-friendly patio with fire pits.
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Campfire Lounge
837 East 2100 South
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Funky hangout with comfort food & brunch, lots of games & a pet-friendly patio with fire pits.
Intimate Prohibition-era cocktail bar showcasing classic mixed drinks plus beer & wine. Address: 155 E 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Hours: 4PM–2AM Phone: (801) 355-2287
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Bar-X
155 East 200 South
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Intimate Prohibition-era cocktail bar showcasing classic mixed drinks plus beer & wine. Address: 155 E 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Hours: 4PM–2AM Phone: (801) 355-2287
TV-filled sports bar serving beers, cocktails & pub grub in a buzzy space with live music & trivia. 31 E 400 S (801) 532-7441 Bar games · Happy hour food · Live performances Open until 2:00 AM
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The Green Pig Pub
31 East 400 South
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TV-filled sports bar serving beers, cocktails & pub grub in a buzzy space with live music & trivia. 31 E 400 S (801) 532-7441 Bar games · Happy hour food · Live performances Open until 2:00 AM
Lively venue offering a diverse menu of pub grub, import drafts & cocktails, plus TVs & live music. 1492 S State St (801) 468-1492 Bar games · Happy hour food · Live performances Open until 2:00 AM
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Piper Down an Olde World Pub
1492 South State Street
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Lively venue offering a diverse menu of pub grub, import drafts & cocktails, plus TVs & live music. 1492 S State St (801) 468-1492 Bar games · Happy hour food · Live performances Open until 2:00 AM
Bustling destination for dueling piano performances & inventive cocktails in a clubby space. 242 Main St (801) 363-3638
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Keys On Main
242 Main Street
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Bustling destination for dueling piano performances & inventive cocktails in a clubby space. 242 Main St (801) 363-3638
Snug bar serving imaginative craft cocktails & elevated bar bites in a hip, minimalist space. 163 W 900 S (801) 462-0967 Fast service · Hip · Great cocktails
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Water Witch
163 W 900 S
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Snug bar serving imaginative craft cocktails & elevated bar bites in a hip, minimalist space. 163 W 900 S (801) 462-0967 Fast service · Hip · Great cocktails
Gay Friendly - Late-night gay bar offering cocktails & regular events, including karaoke, in a festive atmosphere. 251 W Harvey Milk Blvd (900 S) Karaoke · Bar games · Live performances
Club Try-angles
Gay Friendly - Late-night gay bar offering cocktails & regular events, including karaoke, in a festive atmosphere. 251 W Harvey Milk Blvd (900 S) Karaoke · Bar games · Live performances
Gay Friendly - Happening gay bar & dance club serving beer in Mason jars in a low-lit, neon-tinged backdrop. 102 S 600 W Bar games · Live performances
The Sun Trapp
102 S 600 W
Gay Friendly - Happening gay bar & dance club serving beer in Mason jars in a low-lit, neon-tinged backdrop. 102 S 600 W Bar games · Live performances
This gay nightspot with a happening vibe offers a dance floor, a relaxed patio area & theme nights. 751 N 300 W Live performances · Happy hour drinks · Fast service
Club JAM
751 300 West
This gay nightspot with a happening vibe offers a dance floor, a relaxed patio area & theme nights. 751 N 300 W Live performances · Happy hour drinks · Fast service
Under Current is an upscale downtown neighborhood bar headlining an original and classic cocktail program overseen by Amy Eldredge. They feature 59 craft cocktails, oysters, a unique spirit collection with an emphasis on absinthe and amari, and small bites Also offer a selection of seasonal beer and wine.
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Under Current
270 300 E
24
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Under Current is an upscale downtown neighborhood bar headlining an original and classic cocktail program overseen by Amy Eldredge. They feature 59 craft cocktails, oysters, a unique spirit collection with an emphasis on absinthe and amari, and small bites Also offer a selection of seasonal beer and wine.