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This is a club where all the piano enthusiasts from Salt Lake City gather. The drinks are available in plenty, while live piano performances go way into the nights. The in-house players are popular and perform here regularly. Please do check out for the live piano performances or the Karaoke nights held at the Tavernacle Social Club.
Merging and exploring the connection between science, art and technology, The Leonardo Museum in Downtown Salt Lake City strives to impart knowledge and growth to all of its visitors, be they young or old. Through workshops, interactive displays, and classes, the museum is for those who like to get hands-on. View precious articles of the Dead Sea Scrolls or fiddle with gizmos and gadgets in the Tinkering Garage or even learn how animation works and try your hand at building your own cartoon in the Render exhibit.
A converted warehouse is home to this fun-loving brew pub. Exposed masonry and wood framing create an unusual, but welcoming ambiance. The Red Rock offers great ale, cream soda, root beer and ginger ale, so that every thirst may be quenched. Enjoy the simplicity of a spicy pizza with a glass of Amber ale or rotisserie chicken and a glass of Nut Brown Ale. For dessert, indulge in some brownie pudding with a glass of oatmeal stout.
George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater is nothing, if not grand. This theater has a diverse program featuring Broadway shows, concerts of a versatile nature, experimental drama, comedies, tragedies, and classics. Its principal hall, the Delta Performance Hall, can accommodate up to 2500 people at once. The Regent Street Black Box, a smaller theater, is an ideal choice as a lecture hall or for hosting a small reception. It harbors communal spirit among the residents and is also known to host some big names in the performing arts industry.
30 race cars that have seen the golden years of motor racing call the Price Museum of Speed their home. A passionate product of owner John Price's zeal for cars, this museum is the permanent residence of the legendary Mormon Meteor III, Ab Jenkins's record-wining vehicle. In addition, the museum houses the 1904 Peerless Green Dragon, 1904 Pope Toledo Race Car, 1907 Renault Vanderbilt Racer, 1912 Hudson Mile-a-Minute Speedster, 1915 Stutz Weightman Racer, 1925 Miller Front Drive Race Car, 1932 Miller FWD Race Car and many more. Visitors are required to call ahead and make an appointment before their arrival. Many eminent personalities from the racing fraternity have graced the Price Museum of Speed, Shirley Muldowney is one such name.