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This staple of downtown Salt Lake City has been a local favorite for well over a decade and continues to grow in popularity. More than just your average dive bar, the Cheers to You establishment features themed nights like karaoke on Fridays, the Mug Club for those who'd like to keep their steins in a safe place, pool tables, televisions to catch the latest game and big wide booths for you and your friends to cram into. The food is classic pub grub with offerings like meatball subs and local restaurants that will even deliver!
Are you looking for an exhilarating night out in Salt Lake City? Well, your answer is The Red Door—a popular SLC lounge. Once you are in here, there's no way you'll be leaving soon! Throbbing techno beats, colorful strobe lights and countless head-turners, both men and women, will provide you company till the wee hours. At Red Door, visitors should not leave without trying one of the several High, Medium Octane and Decadent Martinis. There is also no end to the list of whiskeys, wines, beer and liquor available here. Yes, the brick walls here are bright crimson, but you don't have to dress red!
Devoted to all things beer, this brew pub in Salt Lake City features over 200 labels from all over the world. The outdoor patio is perfect for the warmer months when the locals flock to the shaded areas with their nice cold brews. Pool tables and the usual pub grub round out the Beerhive Pub, making it a favorite among tourists and locals alike.
A popular watering-hole in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of the city, Garage on Beck is a bar and grill that offers a laid-back atmosphere for a night of fun. A no-frills sort of place, the bar has minimal furnishings, with pool tables, big screen televisions, and dartboards making up most of the decor. To eat, the bar offers delectable bar bite items like onion rings, chicken wings, fried shrimp, and southern fried chicken. Also, there is live music hosted here on most nights, featuring local as well as visiting bands. See the website or call to know more.
Savor some delicious, award-winning garlic burgers in the city at The Cotton Bottom Inn. Founded in 1966 by Helen Chlepas, it is a favorite spot among hikers and skiers to unwind their adventurous day. The drinks menu features fresh sodas, draft beer and coffee. Enjoy a game of pool with your friends or sing along the tunes of the jukebox.