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Salt Lake Pizza & Pasta
"Salt Lake Pizza and Pasta: A Slice of Heaven" - Salt Lake Trib
Located in historic Sugar House, this casual eatery features specialty salads, pizzas and fresh pasta specials daily. Private, cushioned booths and televisions tuned to sports channels make this a great place for lunch or a casual dinner.
Child Friendly! - Have dinner after a day of shopping in the area, and bring the kids, they will love what is on our menu for them. For adults who want more, Salt Lake Pizza & Pasta carries a variety of local micro-brews along with imported beers, wine and liqour. This is truly a restaurant that must be visited." - DC Dining Guide
Open Seven Days A Week
1063 East 2100 South - 801.484.1804
4 Miles from Downtown, Travel Time: 10 to 15 minutes
Fiddler's Elbow - Must Be Over 21 To Get In.
Craving comfort food? Locals have turned Fiddlers into one popular restaurant/bar. This American roadhouse serves what you're looking for in a casual, comfortable atmosphere. Try the Pulled Pork Nachos, Voted Outstanding! Pool tables, dart boards, City Weekly's "Best Comfort Food," 32 of Utah's best microbrews on tap. 10' by 6' high definition screen plus 24 other TVs. A Salt Lake Wi-Fi Hot Spot. Must be over 21 to get in.
Fiddler's Elbow in Sugar House
1063 1/2 East 2100 South - 801.463.9393
4 Miles from Downtown, Travel Time: 10 - 15 minutes
Hours: Mon - Thurs, 11am - 11pm. - Fri 11am - 12am - Sat 9am - 12am, - Sundays 9am - 10pm
Kobe Japanese Restaurant
An oasis of Japan in the heart of Salt Lake City, Kobe features the highest level of Japanese cuisine crafted with a creative touch.
Mike Fukumitsu purchased the Kobe a few years ago and we are so happy he did. The Kobe is AWESOME! Gone are the old-stale recipies, the old style management and even though they still honor the "Man vs Food's Hellfire Challenge" of a spicy tuna, it's all about nice, fresh sushi and an extensive ramen menu with some tasty offerings from the kitchen.
Mike has worked as a sushi chef for years and then just last year he spent the entire year in Japan studying the fine art of Ramen making.
You can enjoy some of the freshest sushi in town such as Aoyagi (Live Surf Clam), Boston Diver Scallops, Aji (Horse Mackerel), Kanpachi (Amber Jack), and Tai (Red Snapper)!
Layla Grill & Mezze in Holladay
When it comes to Great Middle Eastern cuisine, we don't have a lot of choices here in Utah. If you Googled Salt Lake City's Best Middle Eastern Restaurants, you would probably see a few listings for Mazza. Well, move over Mazza - there's a new eatery in Salt Lake serving outstanding Lebanese, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern cuisine and they have our locals talking about them everywhere I go. This is a neighborhood restaurant run by a family and serves food that makes you want to come back time and time again.
Why not start your meal with the zaatar herb flatbread, a spice blend chewy bread with traces of licorice. And to accompany this is their wide selection of chilled and hot Mezze. Favorite main entrees include the Lebanese moussaka, the mougrabieh and the lamb kabobs. Aromatic and delicious. For a wonderful dining experience of ambiance, service and cuisine, Layla Grill offers all three!
4751 South Holladay Blvd - Phone: 801.272.9111
12 Miles from Downtown, Travel Time: 18 minutes
Hours: Lunch, Mon - Fri, 11:30 - 2pm - Dinner, Monday - Saturday 5:00pm - 10pm
This is Salt Lake's premiere Indian restaurant with the most elegant ambience of them all. Bombay House serves Indian favorites, such as nan, samosas, curries and tandooris, and interesting chef's specials prepared mild, medium, or hot. Try the chicken, lamb, or shrimp coconut kurma, and the seekh kebab masala, with minced lamb, onions, and spices cooked in a special sauce. Gracious servers, most of them native to India, may also bring you vegetarian dishes and a variety of saags, which are cooked with spinach, onion, spices, cream, and yogurt.
Grove's Market & Deli in Salt Lake City
The Biggest Sandwiches In Salt Lake City! Move over Subway and Quiznos, theres a new leader when comparing sandwiches. I have been to most of the local deli's and nationwide sandwich parlors in Salt Lake and none of them come close to Grove's sandwiches! The sandwiches are served on French bread, an entire loaf of French bread. Try the Deluxe with turkey, ham, cheese and avocado or the Big John Combo with ham, turkey, roast beef, pastrami, corned beef, salami, bologna, swiss and american cheese. One of these monsters ( almost 2 pounds ) can feed 2 to 3 easy! Not far from downtown Salt Lake, this is strictly take-out but they have outdoor seating in nice weather.
Grove's Market & Deli, 1906 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84115, Phone: 801.467.8860
Awarded Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence and Three Stars by the Salt Lake Tribune, Tuscany Restaurant offers the perfect charm to any occasion. As if in an Italian village, Tuscany provides a beautiful landscape and excellent cuisine for any event including business meetings, family celebrations, wedding functions, or small dinner parties.
Frank's creates mouthwatering and intricate French inspired American dishes for this small, intimate restaurant. Worthy of the four stars from Salt Lake Tribune, the highest possible rating, Franck's food is true culinary excellence.
Fratelli Ristorante in Sandy
Fratelli Ristorante brings traditional Italian cuisine to the new Quarry Bend Shopping Center in Sandy. Fratelli translates to "brothers" in Italian and is owned and managed by brothers Pete Cannella and Dave Cannell, along with their families. They are proud to present their Grandmother's cooking secrets to their patrons... her photos are even on the wall! Their food is made from scratch with many ingredients imported from Italy. The family prides themselves on being one of the few locally owned restaurants in the Sandy area. Featuring traditional Italian cuisine, offering appetizers, salads, pizzas, pastas, entrees and homemade desserts. They also feature a full-service deli, takeout menu, and offer wine, liquor and beer.
Open 11am - 9pm Monday - Thursday, 11am - 10pm Friday & Saturday
9236 South Village Shop Drive (approximately 1000 East), Phone: 801.495.4550
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Welcome to the Taste of Salt Lake for 2017
Salt Lake City's Best Restaurants by our Taste of Salt Lake Staff. Bring your appetite, and we'll take care of the rest! With so many Salt Lake restaurants - many of them chef-owned to choose from, you'll find wonderful places to dine in every neighborhood throughout the city.
Salt Lake City's Best Restaurants
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