Guidebook for Salt Lake City

Angela

Guidebook for Salt Lake City

Food Scene
It takes only one minute to walk to this popular stop in the city! Plus the food is delicious, ample and affordable. Plus the service is fast and friendly. It's our favorite!
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The Park Café
604 East 1300 South
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It takes only one minute to walk to this popular stop in the city! Plus the food is delicious, ample and affordable. Plus the service is fast and friendly. It's our favorite!
We love Amour because it's like having a sweet little French cafe right in our own neighborhood! They have delicious desserts, gelato, and breakfast all locally sourced. If you visit in the summertime, you'll see their beautiful garden and see the kinds of magic that they produce!
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Amour Café
1329 500 E
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We love Amour because it's like having a sweet little French cafe right in our own neighborhood! They have delicious desserts, gelato, and breakfast all locally sourced. If you visit in the summertime, you'll see their beautiful garden and see the kinds of magic that they produce!
One of our local favorites! Caputo's offers casual Italian market/deli chain doling out salads, sandwiches & beer in simple surrounds.
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Caputo's Market & Deli
314 West 300 South
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One of our local favorites! Caputo's offers casual Italian market/deli chain doling out salads, sandwiches & beer in simple surrounds.
Parks & Nature
Not just great for skiing, but absolutely STUNNING in the summertime!
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Alta Ski Area
10230 Utah 210
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Not just great for skiing, but absolutely STUNNING in the summertime!
In less than two minutes, you can walk to Liberty Park which has SO MUCH TO OFFER! Check out this description from the SLC Parks Department: Liberty Park is the oldest and most prominent park in Utah and is a place to connect with nature, a place to enjoy friendships and family relationships and a place to escape the daily cares of life. Throughout the years people have enjoyed the grass and cool shade trees for lawn games and barbequing. Sports such as jogging, bicycling, swimming, tennis, rowing, horseshoes and volleyball, have always been an important part of Liberty Park.
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Liberty Park
600 E 900 South
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In less than two minutes, you can walk to Liberty Park which has SO MUCH TO OFFER! Check out this description from the SLC Parks Department: Liberty Park is the oldest and most prominent park in Utah and is a place to connect with nature, a place to enjoy friendships and family relationships and a place to escape the daily cares of life. Throughout the years people have enjoyed the grass and cool shade trees for lawn games and barbequing. Sports such as jogging, bicycling, swimming, tennis, rowing, horseshoes and volleyball, have always been an important part of Liberty Park.
Just a few minutes of walking will take you to the best bird sanctuary in the state! Over 400 birds representing about 135 different species in a tranquil wooded setting. Year-round free-flight bird shows. Open 363 days a year. http://tracyaviary.org/
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Tracy Aviary & Botanical Gardens
589 East 1300 South
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Just a few minutes of walking will take you to the best bird sanctuary in the state! Over 400 birds representing about 135 different species in a tranquil wooded setting. Year-round free-flight bird shows. Open 363 days a year. http://tracyaviary.org/
Clocking in at approximately 1,700 square miles, the Great Salt Lake is the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River. The lake's name comes from the nature of the water: The evaporation process (the only exit available for the lake's water) leaves behind salty mineral deposits. Salt Lake City's visitors and residents enjoy the area's many hiking trails, ample picnic spots and boating and fishing opportunities. https://utah.com/great-salt-lake-state-park
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Great Salt Lake State Park
13312 West 1075 South
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Clocking in at approximately 1,700 square miles, the Great Salt Lake is the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River. The lake's name comes from the nature of the water: The evaporation process (the only exit available for the lake's water) leaves behind salty mineral deposits. Salt Lake City's visitors and residents enjoy the area's many hiking trails, ample picnic spots and boating and fishing opportunities. https://utah.com/great-salt-lake-state-park
Essentials
Budget friendly groceries nearby!
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Fresh Market
1638 South 900 East
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Budget friendly groceries nearby!
Groceries and other needs found here!
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Smith's
455 South 500 East
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Groceries and other needs found here!
Organics and more!
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Whole Foods Market
544 700 East
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Organics and more!
Budget-friendly organics and more!
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Sprouts Farmers Market
216 700 East
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Budget-friendly organics and more!
Getting Around
UTA TRAX is our city's public light rail option. Buses increase the size of the network. Visit their site for schedules: https://www.rideuta.com/Rider-Tools/Schedules-and-Maps
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900 East Station
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UTA TRAX is our city's public light rail option. Buses increase the size of the network. Visit their site for schedules: https://www.rideuta.com/Rider-Tools/Schedules-and-Maps
Convenient car rentals close to home!
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
843 S State St
Convenient car rentals close to home!
Rent city bikes, mountain bikes and E-Bikes at this phenomenal local bike shop! Prices are reasonable and staff is friendly. Book here: https://www.binghamcyclery.com/demo-bikes/
Bingham Cyclery
336 Broadway
Rent city bikes, mountain bikes and E-Bikes at this phenomenal local bike shop! Prices are reasonable and staff is friendly. Book here: https://www.binghamcyclery.com/demo-bikes/
Shopping
Everything you could want in a mall including a creek and trout pond that runs throughout! https://www.shopcitycreekcenter.com/
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City Creek Center
50 Main Street
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Everything you could want in a mall including a creek and trout pond that runs throughout! https://www.shopcitycreekcenter.com/
Sightseeing
Temple Square's three-block plaza is home to nearly 20 attractions related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It's anchored by the towering Salt Lake Temple – where, among other things, weekly meetings of the church's governing bodies are held – and other fascinating buildings like the expansive Tabernacle and the Gothic-style Assembly Hall, which offer insight into the history and development of the Mormon church.
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Temple Square North Visitors' Center
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Temple Square's three-block plaza is home to nearly 20 attractions related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It's anchored by the towering Salt Lake Temple – where, among other things, weekly meetings of the church's governing bodies are held – and other fascinating buildings like the expansive Tabernacle and the Gothic-style Assembly Hall, which offer insight into the history and development of the Mormon church.
Arts & Culture
The Natural History Museum of Utah opened its doors to the public in the George Thomas Building in 1969. Since then, collections have been transferred from the University's academic departments and grown through research, acquisition, and contributions to number more than 1.6 million objects. The Museum has solidified its position as the state museum of natural history and has developed strong programs of exhibits and education, both on-site and statewide. In November 2011, we moved to a new home, the Rio Tinto Center, with entirely new exhibit galleries, engaging programs for the public and state-of-the-art collections care and research facilities. https://nhmu.utah.edu/
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Natural History Museum of Utah
301 Wakara Way
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The Natural History Museum of Utah opened its doors to the public in the George Thomas Building in 1969. Since then, collections have been transferred from the University's academic departments and grown through research, acquisition, and contributions to number more than 1.6 million objects. The Museum has solidified its position as the state museum of natural history and has developed strong programs of exhibits and education, both on-site and statewide. In November 2011, we moved to a new home, the Rio Tinto Center, with entirely new exhibit galleries, engaging programs for the public and state-of-the-art collections care and research facilities. https://nhmu.utah.edu/