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Basic eats at Antelope Island State Park.
Mexico at its most authentic, aromatic and delicious – no wonder the line is usually snaking out the door at this family-run restaurant...
The line moves fast at this old-fashioned Italian deli where a short but satisfying sandwich menu includes meatball, prosciutto, and mozzarella with tomato...
Be seated at a convivial Tuscan trattoria and possibly the best dinner party you've ever unwittingly attended...
Regionally-grown produce, ready-to-eat baked goodies and local crafts.
Service is so-so, but this brewpub still attracts a crowd for its house beers.
If Salt Lake had celebs, they’d hang out at Metropolitan. The sexy concrete-and-velvet dining room complements the chef’s culinary artistry...
Down-home, carb-rich cookin' just like your Mormon grandmother used to make – only it's served cafeteria-style in the basement of an historic house...
Come for an Emigration Pale Ale, stay for the blackened tilapia salad. In addition to great microbrews, Squatters does a wide range of American casual dishes as well. The lively pub atmosphere is always fun.
The chef at this soulful downtowner serves small plates of earthy cooking spiked with infused oils and flavor-packed reductions, such as sablefish with lavender-leek cream.
SLC's favorite seafood served at a cosmopolitan fish house.
This former hot-dog cart, modified with a tandoori oven, serves up a tasty range of regional Indian food, from butter chicken to vegan-friendly aloo matar (spiced potatoes and peas).
Who wouldn't be tempted by 'sex on rice'? The best of a number of surprisingly good sushi restaurants here in landlocked Salt Lake, and often packed...
A longtime Salt Lake institution serving creative, mostly vegan and organic meals (think carrot-butter pâté and magical wok curry) in a spacious setting with vinyl booths and wood accents.
Locals keep the Copper Onion bustling at lunch (for $10 specials), at dinner, at weekend brunch, at Happy Hour in the bar… And for good reason: small plates like wagyu beef tartare and pasta carbonara call out to be ...
A friendly downtown restaurant serving Himalayan classics. Check out the climbing shrine in the back dedicated to Apa Sherpa, an Everest icon and friend of the owner.
Billing itself as a 'new West' bistro, Wild Grape creates modern versions of country classics. We like the weekend brunch dishes best.
Enjoy a crusty loaf with soup and salad or the ultimate grilled cheese, with provolone and Asiago. The weekend brunch menu is huge.
While no minors are allowed in this divey pub, it's still worth a trip for Salt Lake's best burgers...
For a hot meal on the go, visit this cart on State St just south of Sears. You get two savory tacos - with a cooler-full of toppings - for $1.50...
Decent Thai food, fabulous dark-wood-and- bubbling-fountain decor.
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