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This venerable theater was built in 1913 to accommodate the steady stream of vaudevillians that poured into the city off the growing rail lines. Since that time, the theater has been host to silent movies, talking pictures, musical reviews and now serves as the city's favorite venue for stage productions. It hosts a variety of shows, including nationally touring musical and stage productions.
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.
Whether you are just visiting the area or live here full time, the public library is the place to be. Many educational activities for both children and adults are available. Spend the day reading, studying or researching on the Internet. If the main branch does not have what you are looking for, try another area branch. Inter-library loans make it convenient to obtain and return materials from any location.
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.