A quaint diner complete with white chairs and some artsy décor, Feldman's Deli has been a city favorite for quite some time. Proud to be one of the few delis of Sugar House serving up classic Jewish fare, it features an eclectic menu of Israeli dishes presented with a New York-style twist. Its spacious dining area welcomes guests to devour its legendary New York-type deli subs like reubens, corned beef and pastrami. All meats are freshly cut to ensure quality, while Feldman's also sources its mustard and pickles locally to deliver the pure NYC experience. Along with those flavorsome sandwiches, it also offers appetizing entrees like home-style bagels, stuffed cabbage, pierogi and matzo ball broth.
The Copper Onion, located in Downtown Salt Lake City, is a restaurant where there is an emphasis on serving patrons delicious American fare. Be it the bread, burgers, sausages or ice-cream, everything is ground, baked and prepared in-house, something that reflects clearly in the taste. Griddled duck breast, Wagyu beef stroganoff and house meatloaf are a few of the many tasty preparations on the menu. The dessert list includes delectable confections like chocolate peanut butter tart, which taste even better when paired with the suggested wines.
This artsy Coffee Garden shop brings in business with its casual atmosphere and trendy "9th & 9th" corner location. It It is furnished with finds from the local thrift shop, plants and old-fashioned diner tables round out the simple decor. A long list of coffees and teas and a variety of baked goods make up the menu. Sandwiches are offered during the day and fresh flowers are for sale at the adjoining corner florist shop. Get a feel for the artists in Salt Lake when you come here to drink your cup of coffee.
Located on the outskirts of downtown Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake Roasting Company serves up hot brews and fresh baked goods to a mixed clientele. The two-story cafe boasts casual decor and the heavenly scent of coffee permeates the establishment . Guests sip lattes indoors at wooden tables and the bar or in the warm weather, outside, on the tree-sheltered patio. Late hours and patio seating make this a popular spot for a post dinner coffee.
This elegant restaurant located in the Goldener Hirsch Inn serves European cuisine on fine bone china at carved tables imported from Austria. The wood burning fireplace warms winter guests. Often proclaimed to be the best restaurant in Park City, patrons can enjoy seasonal Continental dishes that might include treats like fondue and wiener schnitzel.
The Spur is a Western-themed bar and grill. Their menu features comfort foods such as chili and ribs. A major attraction to this restaurant is the live music that is featured every night. Classic rock, American folk, blues, and honky tonk dominate at this down-home bar and grill.
From the champagne corks affixed to the ceiling to the bright pink bathrooms, this club is impressive and playfully decorated. The club has comfortable overstuffed chairs to lounge in, as well as a vast dance floor. The dress code is comfortable and casual, but jeans are not allowed. The music ranges from live swing, blues and jazz, to DJs mixing techno and dance music. A full service bar and valet are available.
Visit this exotic sushi bar at West Market Street, if you are looking for fresh and delicious fish fare. Chef Takashi Gibo holds the reins of this sushi empire and calls himself a "sushiaholic". What you will find here is the generous use of fruit and pepper in all preparations. A perfect example—the Caribbean Roll of Yellowtail and Fresh Mango. The friendly staff guides you through the day's specialties. Want to feel more authentic, don a kimono!
A favorite among business professionals, this bustling restaurant features the freshest seafood in Salt Lake City. Seafood is flown in daily from around the world, and the restaurant also serves excellent steaks and prime rib. A wine list and full liquor service are available with meals. Modeled after old-style grill restaurants, the decor feature a long counter, display kitchen, black and white tile floors and wood wainscoting.
Downtown's Eva is a wonderful outpost for classic Mediterranean eats. Chef Charlie Perry has named this quaint small plates joint after his great grandmother, Eva Coombs. Charlie has adopted her legacy of passion for high-grade ingredients coupled with the shared joy of dining. Eva offers an expansive menu of eclectic small plates, while diners can also choose from a well-curated wine selection and handcrafted cocktails. Menu specials include the Greek mac and cheese, baked to perfection and difficult to find at any other place in Salt Lake City.
Landlocked and devoid of nearby seas and oceans, Salt Lake City is the last place you'd think to find great seafood. That's why the Market Street Oyster Bar is such an unexpected treat for seafood lovers. This high-energy, open kitchen concept restaurant is always bustling with activity. Contemporary dishes are concocted with only the freshest seafood ingredients that are flown in daily from around the world. Bivalve lovers will appreciate the seemingly endless menu of oysters to shoot and slurp down. The menu changes often due to availability, but patrons can rest assured that everything is delicious and fresh!
Downtown's Himalayan Kitchen welcomes gourmands to devour the aromatic dishes infused with zesty herbs and spices of the mighty Himalayas. Specializing in Nepalese and Indian cuisine, this vibrant eatery opened doors in 2005. Menu features an array of toothsome entree options, both meat-based and vegetarian. Find the legendary chicken tandoori, lamb curries, thukpa and Himalayan momos on their bill of fare, among other specialties. A modish and family-friendly environment welcomes families and large groups, where Nepal-born Surya Bastakoti neatly runs the show. Among its several honors, Himalayan Kitchen is famous for its national award presented by The New York Times.