About Salt Lake City

Situated at the base of the magnificent Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake City is booming economically and evolving at a rapid rate. While most business travelers limit their activities to the city center, many tourists come for the outstanding outdoor recreation found throughout the Salt Lake Basin. In winter, skiing is the main reason for a visit to this vast area, but when the snow melts, it becomes prime mountain biking and hiking country.

The City Center

The downtown area is a mixture of contrasts with old and new buildings side by side. The stately Temple Square is flanked by high-rise office buildings. Brigham Young's Beehive House creates a 19th-century oasis across the street from office towers of the 21st century. Arranged on a logical grid pattern with Temple Square at its center, all addresses in the city can conveniently be found with little effort.

Business and tourism are the lifeblood of the city, but between the office buildings lay the cultural and entertainment centers that present numerous diversions at the end of the business or ski day. The Capitol Theatre, home of Ballet West, is both an architectural and cultural gem. One of downtown's classic older buildings, the theatre has been renovated into a modern venue for Broadway productions and intimate concerts. It is only a pleasant stroll from any of the downtown hotels and is close to some of the city's finest restaurants. Equally accessible from anywhere in downtown is Abravanel Hall (home of the Utah Opera Company) and the Energy Solutions Arena. The volunteer hosts at the Salt Lake City Convention and Visitors' Bureau in the Salt Palace Convention Center can always recommend a variety of activities, favorite restaurants or sites to visit.

Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City is truly a hill! A walk from downtown up State Street to the Utah State Capitol Building offers a sampling of the grandeur of the homes of mining and financial barons. Several of these old residences, notably Wolfe Krest Bed & Breakfast and The Inn on Capitol Hill, provide a good sense of Salt Lake City as it was at the turn of the 19th century. The private homes on the hill also offer an eclectic blend of Victorian, Italianate and "wealthy pioneer" architectural styles. Just to the west of the Utah State Capitol is the Pioneer Memorial Museum, which also provides a sense of life in the "Beehive State" in its early days.

Once the home of the trolleys that were the transportation mainstay of Salt Lake City, the trolley barns of Trolley Square now enclose some of the best restaurants and shopping in the city. From the well-known Hard Rock Cafe to the local favorite Desert Edge Brewery at the Pub, the numerous dining establishments are each a pleasure. Shopping ranges from the eclectic to the stylish and from the mainstream to the uncommon. Trolley Square is an ideal setting for an afternoon of shopping or an evening of dinner, drinks and a movie.

The University of Utah

The university district and the university itself offer a number of delights. On the campus of the University of Utah are the Utah Museum of Natural History and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Kingsbury Hall is a concert and performance venue that is a special pleasure for jazz performances, dance productions and theatre. The University's Huntsman Center hosts the sporting exhibitions of the University of Utah Utes, while the nearby Red Butte Gardens is a four-season experience that, once again, integrates the city with Utah's diverse natural environment.

Outside the City Center

Like many metropolitan areas, Salt Lake City has sprawled past its designated boundaries into numerous suburbs and outlying areas. North of the city center lie Farmington, Hill Air Force Base and Ogden, home to the Hill Aerospace Museum, Eccles Dinosaur Park and Lagoon Amusement Park. West of the city center is home to Salt Lake International Airport and much of the area's rapidly expanding industry. To the east of the city lies the magnificent Wasatch Front. These craggy peaks and bucolic valleys shelter Park City and world-renowned ski resorts such as Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort.

  • Temple Square

    50 West North Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 240 3323

    Temple Square is a true highlight of Salt Lake City. This revered downtown attraction features shops, restaurants and plenty of religious and historical sites. A 35 acre site, guided tours are offered and presentations narrate the rich history of the parks, gardens, museum, library and interactive displays. Visit the website to know more about individual attractions and tour information. 

  • Cathedral of the Madeline

    331 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 8941
    This Roman Catholic cathedral stands majestically near the avenues in Salt Lake City. The building was renovated in 1990. The Romanesque facade, with gargoyles and stained glass, invites visitors to enter its Gothic Revival chambers within. The Eccles organ welcomes all with its reeds and diapasons booming their robust tones. The clergy holds Mass regularly.
  • Lagoon

    375 North Lagoon Drive Farmington, UT 84025 United States - Phone: +1 801 451 8060
    Located just 20 minutes north of Salt Lake, this is Utah's oldest and largest amusement park. Featuring more than 40 rides, including four different coasters, the park is open from May to October (weather permitting) and offers traditional theme park attractions. X-Venture Zone attractions (including go-cart races and catapult) are not included in an all-day ride pass. Groups and special events are welcome. Check out website for further details.
  • Tracy Aviary

    589 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 596 8500
    Have you ever seen a human imprinted bird? Interested? Then this downtown aviary is the place to go. Housing more than 500 birds from 150 species, this is a great place to encounter birds up close and personal. Enjoy an amazing bird show during the warmer months, and gawk at the beautiful peacocks that roam the grounds.
  • This Is The Place Heritage Park

    2601 East Sunnyside Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 582 1847
    Horses kick up the dusty road and children suck on molasses candy in the living history village called Old Deseret. Structures include a schoolhouse, stores, hotel, and many others. Interactive activities help convey the feel of an 1850 town in Utah. Plan on spending most of the day being captivated. Learn about how this park got its name by visiting the wonderful monument erected in 1947. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day.
  • Family Search Center

    15 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 240 4085
    Because The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints encourages its members to trace their genealogical histories, many visitors to Salt Lake City spend considerable time in this interactive computer center and its more detail-oriented counterpart, Family History Library. Searchers plug in names, birthplaces and marriage dates, and the FamilySearch computers spit out mind-boggling arrays of genealogical records. Admission to the center is free, as is use of the 180 user-friendly FamilySearch computers. Serious searchers should call ahead for recommendations regarding pre-visit research.
  • The Beehive House

    67 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 240 2681
    Brigham Young, president of the Mormon Church and governor of the Utah territory, lived in this genteel home with his dozen children from 1854 until his death. Today, the house is restored with period furnishings and open to the public for tours. Named after the beehive, the state symbol signifying thrift and industry, the house stands in vivid contrast to the 300-square-foot cabin once occupied by the "prosperous" Deuel family and now displayed just two blocks west near the Museum of Church History and Art. Guided tours begin every ten minutes and are free.
  • Salt Lake City Convention and Visitors Bureau

    90 South West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 534 4900
    Get your information here! Utah's most extensive visitors' bureau, this center provides guests an opportunity to plan their stay in Salt Lake City. Professional information specialists provide outstanding service and towers of brochures beckon. Exhibits introduce Utah history and a small shop provides one-stop souvenir shopping. Tickets for the Discovery Trolley can be purchased here, and free validated parking is available in the Crossroads Plaza garage across the street.
  • Hogle Zoo

    2600 East Sunnyside Avenue 840 South Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 582 1631
    With an excellent staff and educational programs, this mid size zoo remains a favorite with kids. The Hogle Zoo plays home to over 200 species. Outstanding exhibits include Elephant Encounter exhibit, the Primate Forest and The African Savannah. The zoo remains open all year. Children two years and under are admitted free.
  • Natural History Museum of Utah

    301 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 581 6927
    This museum offers you a journey into the natural world offering extensive collections of dinosaurs, Native American artifacts, rocks and minerals. It also offers exhibits specific to the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau. Located at the University of Utah, the Museum is educational as well as entertaining for adults and children alike with impressive interactive displays. Special statewide outreach programs include curriculum kits for teachers, field trips, guided tours and natural history classes.
  • Red Butte Gardens

    300 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 585 0556
    Operated by the University of Utah, these botanical gardens offer visitors panoramic valley views and an extensive collection of plants, trees, flowers and shrubs from around the world. The gardens and arboretum remain open all year with displays changing to fit the season. The visitors' center offers frequent educational programs, miles of hiking trail beckon outdoor enthusiasts and light shows, chamber concerts and guided treks entertain guests throughout the year.
  • Utah State Capitol Building

    300 North State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 538 1030
    Utah's capitol building construction cost was a staggering USD 2.7 million dollars. Its rotunda reaches 165 feet and presides over an interior of marble, noted for its light color and design. Massive ionic columns, each carved from a single piece of marble, are thought to be the largest solid marble columns in the United States. Epic paintings around the arches and the rotunda represent Brigham Young and the Mormon pioneers. No admission fee.
  • Family History Library

    35 North West Temple Street Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 240 2584
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints encourages its patrons to trace genealogies for important religious rituals. For this reason, Salt Lake City, headquarters of the LDS Church, is home to some of the most extensive genealogical research facilities in the world. More serious than its friendly FamilySearch Center sibling, the Family History Library offers comprehensive records in catalog, computer, print, microfilm and microfiche formats. Visitors should begin their search at the user-friendly computers here or at the FamilySearch Center. Admission and use of the research records are free.
  • Gardner Village

    1100 West 7800 South West Jordan, UT 84088 United States - Phone: +1 801 566 8903
    In 1853, Archibald Gardner, along with his 11 wives and 47 children, built a water-powered sawmill on the site that is now Gardner Historic Village. In 1877, the saw mill became a flour mill, and Archibald's. The "village" around the mill is made up of original historic buildings restored into retail theme shops offering quilts, art, gifts, collectibles, furniture and much more. The Village is open year-round.
  • Salt Island Adventures

    1281 South 12100 West Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 252 9336
    Take a cruise on the Great Salt Lake aboard the 65-foot Island Serenade. Choose the short 30-minute narrated cruise USD7, the one-hour lunch cruise USD19 or the sunset dinner cruise (USD25 cruise only; USD39 with dinner). A six hour cruise is offered monthly and charter cruises are also available. The boat is climate controlled with large picture windows. A desert lake surrounded by snowy mountains makes it a favorite with sailors. Come experience it! Call for current schedule.
  • Thanksgiving Point Gardens

    3003 North Thanksgiving Way Lehi, UT 84043 United States - Phone: +1 801 768 4999
    The ten acres of gardens here are sure to inspire both serious and novice gardeners with new ideas. A vegetable garden, herb garden, rose garden and water garden are among the areas where visitors can browse and learn. Free classes are offered each week during the spring and summer on square foot gardening and grow-box gardening. The garden shop is well stocked with plants, flowers and garden decor and well staffed with knowledgeable, helpful clerks.
  • Thanksgiving Point Farm Country

    3003 North Thanksgiving Way Lehi, UT 84043 United States - Phone: +1 801 768 2300
    City kids love to visit this park where farm animals of all kinds are displayed and explained. Children are awed by how big the horses are and love to watch the cows get milked. Sheep, goats and ostriches seem as interested in the children as the children are in them. An incubator houses hatching quail and chicken eggs and an aquarium shows off both turtles and fish. A nominal donation is requested.
  • George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park

    1544 East Park Boulevard Ogden, UT 84401 United States - Phone: +1 801 393 3466 / +1 801 629 8877
    Paved trails wind through naturalistic environments corralling one-half size to full-size replicas of flying reptiles, dinosaurs, crawlers and marine creatures. The replicas represent creatures from the Permian through the Cretaceous periods and all are painted in accordance with the latest theories on coloration. Some actual bones are on display and a small gift shop provides souvenirs. The park lies 35 minutes north of downtown Salt Lake. Check website for current admission prices and more information.
  • Ski Utah Interconnect Adventure Tour

    150 West 500 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 534 1779
    The Ski Utah Ski and Snowboard Association offers this action packed tour for advanced skiers. The eight hour Ski Utah Interconnect Adventure Tour starts in Park City and travels the Wasatch backcountry, requiring some walking, ski traversing, downhill skiing and advanced skiing in a variety of terrain and snow conditions. Downhill skiing includes runs at up to five of the area's resorts. Tour costs include a backcountry lunch, ski passes for each of the resorts, the services of expert guides, and transportation back to Park City. Reservations are required.
  • Timpanogos Cave National Monument

    Alpine Scenic Loop American Fork, UT 84003 United States - Phone: +1 801 756 5238
    High on the rocky slopes of American Fork Canyon, in the shadows of Mount Timpanogos (Utah's Wasatch Range), sit three spectacular limestone caves. Each cavern offers a myriad of colors and formations. As visitors journey toward the cave entrance, they will ascend to more than 1,000 feet in elevation, where they will find incredible views of American Fork's tree-lined canyon. The hike to the top can be quite strenuous, but there are less difficult trails at the bottom of the hill for beginners. Tours are limited to about 20 people per tour. Check website for varying dates.
  • Park City Historic Main Street

    Main Street Park City, UT 84060 United States - Phone: +1 435 658 9616
    Park City Historic Main Street has been a 19th century thoroughfare, a premier shopping area since merchants set up shops catering to the town's founding miners. Shops, restaurants, bars and recreational service providers crowd into the old wooden building that line both sides of the street. Specialty shops range from Tiff's to Hay Charlie, and restaurants range from the trendy Zoom to the hopping Wasatch Brew Pub. Park City's nightlife is also centered here, with the Egyptian Theatre performances and an array of club action. The shop hours vary.
  • Antelope Island State Park

    4528 West 1700 South Syracuse, UT 84075 United States - Phone: +1 801 773 2941
    Antelope Island State Park offers grasslands, sand dunes, beaches, a marina and a wildlife refuge. The 15 mile long island provides trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. Camping sites are available, and those staying overnight on the island have better odds of spotting some of the park's wildlife, including buffalo, deer and a variety of bird life. Auto access is through Syracuse. Drivers should take I-15 north to exit 335 and head west nine miles to the island causeway.
  • Great Salt Lake State Park

    13312 West 1075 South Magna, UT 84044 United States - Phone: +1 801 250 1898
    Great Salt Lake State Park has been popular with bathers since the Mormon Pioneers first arrived in the basin in the middle of the 19th century. Although no swimming ability is necessary (the high salt content of the water keeps even non-swimmers afloat), bathers should be aware that the super-salty water may irritate throat, eyes and nose. A small visitors' center offers a museum, local information and a video about the lake, while the private SaltAir development provides a few shops, some food outlets and space for concerts and other events.
  • Hill Aerospace Museum

    7961 Wardleigh Road Hill, UT 84056 United States - Phone: +1 801 777 6868
    Hill Aerospace Museum offers more than 50 aircraft in both indoor and outdoor displays. These displays range from the first U.S. military trainer (a bi-wing Stearman) to the ultra-modern SR-71 Blackbird. Favorite exhibits also include a flight simulator, missiles and a smattering of aviation-oriented artwork. Visitors should keep their eyes to the sky while outside the facility; four squadrons of F-16 Vipers call Hill Air Force base home, and the fighters can frequently be seen roaring off toward their training grounds. The staff will answer questions.
  • Bingham Canyon Copper Mine

    12800 South State Route 111 Bingham Canyon, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 252 3234
    Located west of city center in the Oquirrh Mountains, this facility is both the world's oldest and largest open-pit copper mine. In operation since 1863, Bingham Canyon Copper Mine has yielded 12 million tons of copper and a few lucky finds of gold and silver, as well. Today, the pit spans two and one-half miles and sinks one-half mile into the earth. An overlook provides excellent views of the mine, while a visitors' center offers displays and information. Motorists should call ahead to confirm hours before making the long trip out.
  • International Peace Gardens

    1000 South 900 West Salt Lake City, UT 84152 United States - Phone: +1 801 938 5326
    Stretching along the banks of the Jordan River, this interesting International Peace Garden and park encourages visitors to consider the many cultures contributing to the prosperity of the Salt Lake Basin. More than 25 cultures are represented with statues, structures and garden plots. Visitors can stroll among windmills, pagodas and Viking tombs and pause for contemplation in front of statues depicting a preaching Buddha or Hans Christian Andersen. Learn something new about Utah.
  • Liberty Park

    1100 South 600 East Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 521 0962
    The largest and most central property of the city's public park system, this 80 acre Liberty Park offers recreational activities for all. Children applaud the Children's Garden and boating pond, playground, amusement park and snack bar. Older visitors enjoy the swimming pool and the tennis park's 16 lighted courts. Recent developments have added a well-conceived interactive map that uses pools and fountains to depict the topography of Utah. Liberty Park is also home to the ever-popular Tracy Aviary, the Chase Mill and the Chase Home Museum of Folk Art.
  • Sundance Resort

    North Fork Provo Canyon Sundance, UT 84604 United States - Phone: +1 801 225 4107
    In 1969, Robert Redford founded the Sundance Resort. This beautiful alpine retreat merges art and recreation while preserving the natural landscape. The hub of the Sundance Resort is Sundance village, complete with guest cottages, mountain homes, restaurants, artisan center and spacious conference facilities. Guests enjoy cross-country skiing, snowboarding, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and fly fishing, outdoor summer theatre and art studies. The art classes offered at the Sundance Art Shack Studios operate under the premise that everyone has creative talents just waiting to be revealed.
  • Joseph Smith Memorial Building

    15 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84150 United States - Phone: +1 800 881 5762
    Once home of the Hotel Utah, this historical building stands majestically in downtown Salt Lake City. On the top floor are two restaurants, The Garden and The Roof, both overlooking Temple Square. The building and its facilities are owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Elsewhere in the building, 13 banquet halls offer space for meetings, banquets and wedding receptions. The church welcomes members and non-members alike to use the facilities.
  • Utah Travel Council

    300 North State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84114 United States - Phone: +1 801 538 1030
    The Utah Travel Council, officially the State Division of Travel Development, strives to improve Utah life through economic contribution to tourism. While the council dabbles in an array of economic affairs, visitors will find its publications most helpful. The council publishes a variety of brochures and the excellent Utah Travel Guide, an informational book offered free to visitors. Those visiting the offices at Council Hall will find lots of good information, a helpful staff, and a small gift shop.
  • Salt Lake City and County Building

    451 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 535 6321
    Built between the years of 1891 and 1894, the structure offers the state's most exquisite sample of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Observant visitors will note the detailed depictions of Utah history carved above doorways in bas-relief and the faces of pioneer women sculpted atop the building's columns. Today, the building remains home to a mix of city and county offices, and the surrounding grounds are a perfect place to picnic. Guided tours are available on a limited basis. Call ahead to check the schedule.
  • Memory Grove Park

    300 North East Capitol Boulevard Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 972 7800
    This beautiful park, dedicated to the veterans of Utah, is refreshingly quiet and serene. The towering trees throughout and the Harbor of Beauty pond create a feeling of peacefulness for those who just want a quiet, meditative walk in the park. On the east bank is the Freedom Trail. On the west, the paved path goes all the way up to City Creek Canyon. The park is dog-friendly as long as pets are leashed—however, owners may unleash dogs in the canyon.
  • Brigham Young Historic Park

    100 North State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 240 3323
    Brigham Young Historic Park is a popular spot, especially in the summer when its twice-weekly music concerts take place.
  • Sugar House Park

    1300 South 2100 East Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 1721
    One of the city's largest parks, the Sugar House Park is a spacious retreat and is also amongst the prettiest parks to see, in any season. Several large pavilions are available for booking, but call early since they tend to go fast. There is a creek running through the park, which feeds into a duck pond on the west end. Stop by for a jog around the paved roads, or walk around the trail that lines the park's outer edge. Or, simply lie in the grass and watch the many squirrels.
  • Gilgal Gardens

    749 East 500 South Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 972 7800
    This local garden is famous for its mix of cultural heritage captured in several statues, along with quotes from Rousseau, Emerson and the Bible. Gilgal Gardens is part of (and pokes fun at) Utah cultural history, although the locals scratch their heads in wonder at some of the chosen subject matter. The garden will provide visitors with a nice stroll and will certainly arouse curiosity in all who take the time to look around. The park is open daily from 9a until dusk.
  • Utah State Wine Store

    255 South 300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 533 6444
    Across from The Bakery you will find over a 1000 wine varieties in approximately 30,000 bottles. Since Utah liquor laws prevent hard alcohol from being sold anywhere else (such as grocery stores), this is the place to come. Categorized by country of origin or by color, such as Cabarnets and Merlots, you are sure to find what you are looking for. The knowledgeable staff will help you decipher the different tastes and which wine might be right for you. A small selection of imported beers is also available here.
  • Salt Lake City Public Library

    210 East 400 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 524 8200
    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.
  • Eagle Gate

    South State Street and East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 521 2822
    Visitors to the area may be suprised when they find themselves driving under this great 76-foot arch with a 4,000 pound eagle on top. The eagle gate has rested on State Street and South Temple since it was built in 1859. Originally, it served as the entrance to Brigham Young's property and led beyond that to City Creek Canyon. Now it is merely a reminder of simpler times in Salt Lake and of course, the prosperity of the Mormon pioneers.
  • East High School

    840 South 1300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 583 1661
    East High School was built in 1914 and rebuilt in 1996. This high school is well-known for it's sporting tradition with its athletic teams winning medals in 67 state championships! The sports facilities offered here are some of the best in the US. Students train in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis and track events. Even the library has a vast collection of books on a range of subjects. The school auditorium and the Abravanel Hall is a place for various events like singing and speech and debate competitions.
  • Castle Of Chaos

    3300 South 120 West Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 461 4444
    The Castle Of Chaos is an interactive haunted house which is fun for the whole family. The costumes may not be realistic and gut-wrenchingly scary, but they are fun and the actor full of life and vigor. They also have mystery solving where one can act like a detective and try and solve a mystery within the castles haunted walls. The 3D area has great artwork, and the actors seem to morph off the walls. With the X-scream section you are pushed to every limit as you deal with elements such as water, claustrophobia and peoples brains! So go on, try and solve the mystery of the castle and have a frightful ball while you're at it.
  • Library Square

    200 East 400 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 385 524 8200
    Library Square is a plaza where community related events take place. The Salt Lake City Public Library is located within the square. The area is landscaped with limestone from Israel. Many shops such as "Art at the main" or joints to hang out like the Hemingway Cafe are located on the Square along with a studio of a radio station. Many cultural events such as Annual Downtown Eco-Festival, Wasatch Iron Pen Literary Marathon among a few have taken place at the Square over the years.
  • Ogden Union Station

    2501 Wall Avenue Ogden, UT 84401 United States - Phone: +1 801 393 9882
    The Ogden Union Station is only a rail station area that has now been transformed. There are some very popular museums onsite that includes John M. Browning Firearms Museum, the Utah State Railroad Museum or the Eccles Rail Center, Browning Kimball Car Museum and Natural History Museum. The complex is also famous for the art galleries where you can find fine art, handicrafts and more on display. When you are tired and hungry from the shopping you can grab a bite at Union Grill or any of the other dining options.
  • Salomon Center

    338 23rd Street Ogden, UT 84401 United States - Phone: +1 801 399 5862

    The Salomon Center is one of the city's most exciting places to be. One of the best indoor adventure venues in the country, the center has a number of activities to engage in. Some of the popular ones are the vertical wind sky diving tunnel called iFLY Utah, the power wave stream that allows boogie boarding wake-boarding, surfing an other water sports at Flowrider. There is also a section for arcade games and all-time favorites like mini-golf, pool, bowling, wall-climbing and more. The facility also houses a fitness center and cinema theaters for all round entertainment. Other than the physical and visual entertainment, the center is home to a number of restaurant and a sports bar as well. Spaces within the center can be used for private celebrations as well. The venue is such a great place, Men's Journal even stated that it was amongst the best man-made adventure spots in the world.

  • Seven Peaks Water Park

    1330 East 300 North Provo, UT 84606 United States - Phone: +1 801 377 4386 / +1 801 373 8777
    The Seven Peaks Water Park is the biggest water park in the state of Utah comprising of water rides for one and all. Some of the most adventurous rides inside the park include the 100-foot Free Fall drops slides and the giant Half Pipe tube ride which are bound to take your breath away.
  • Eccles Community Art Center

    2580 Jefferson Avenue Ogden, UT 84401 United States - Phone: +1 801 392 6935
    Established in 1959, the Eccles Community Art Center aims to promote art in all forms among the masses. It conducts classes and educational programs in arts as well as holds exhibitions ranging from paintings and sculptures to ceramics.
  • Fort Buenaventura

    2450 A Avenue Ogden, UT 84401 United States
    Located along the Weber River is the Fort Buenaventura that is deemed to be the foremost Anglo settlement. Now it houses a park that makes for an interesting day trip or a camping site.
  • Thanksgiving Point

    3003 North Thanksgiving Way Lehi, UT 84043 United States - Phone: +1 801 768 2300
    Thanksgiving Point is fun family destination that includes its own museum, gardens and educational center. The entire brood will love spending time at the animal farm and discovery garden which educates young and old about the wonders of nature. Aimed at giving back to the community, Thanksgiving Point is a great place to visit while in Utah.
  • Utah Valley University (UVU)

    800 W University Parkway Salt Lake City, UT 84058 United States - Phone: +1 801 863 4636
    UVU, located in Orem, Utah, south of Salt Lake City, is publicly funded. It was once called Utah Valley State College (UVSC), before it attained university status in 2008. This being the main campus, its other branches are in Heber City, Lehi, Spanish Fork, Provo airport and North Orem.
  • Clinton City Park

    2267 North 1500 West Clinton, UT 84015 United States
  • Provo Tabernacle Park

    50 South University Avenue Provo, UT 84601 United States - Phone: +1 801 836 1570
  • Utah Lake State Park

    4400 West Center Street Provo, UT 84601-8238 United States - Phone: +1 801 375 0731
  • West Jordan City Hall

    8000 South Redwood Road West Jordan, UT 84088-4604 United States - Phone: +1 801 569 5100
  • Pioneer Park

    350 S 300 W Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 359 5118(Tourist Information)
    Salt Lake City has a fair amount of parks - add this one to the list. One of downtown's respites, Pioneer Park offers a basketball court, a tennis court, a small playground area and plenty of green space.
  • Brigham Young University (BYU)

    Campus Drive Provo, UT 84602 United States - Phone: +1 801 422 4636
    Established in 1875 as an education institute owned by the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Brigham Young University has today, transformed into full-fledged University. It is considered to be one of the largest religious universities in the country and has more than 30,000 students enrolled in various academic programs. The sprawling 560-acre (227-hectare) campus includes colleges for agriculture, engineering, liberal arts, management and law. Apart from the excellence in academics, the students of the university have also excelled in athletics, and performing arts. The university's Wind Symphony and Chamber Orchestra has performed in venues across the world. Attractions inside the university includes the famous Museum of Art, Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, The Museum of Paleontology and The Museum of Peoples and Cultures, as well as performing art venues like de Jong Concert Hall and the The Margetts Theatre. The university organizes regular tours of the campus, so visit their website to know more.
  • Salt Lake Temple

    50 West North Temple Street Salt Lake City, UT 84150 United States - Phone: +1 801 240 2640
    An opulent granite monument, designed in a Gothic style, the Salt Lake Temple is commonly known as the Mormon Church. As testimony of the faith and devotion of the people, this structure took over 40 years to build from 1853. Like other Latter-day Saints temples, this one too is not open for public tours and only members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are permitted to enter. However, the temple grounds can be visited, making it a popular tourist attraction for those looking to experience the magnificence first-hand.
  • Provo City Library

    550 North University Avenue Provo, UT 84601 United States - Phone: +1 801 852 6650
    After extensive refurbishment, the Provo City Library replaced the former Brigham Young Academy. The library has an encompassing collection comprising books, magazines, and other reading material. This library was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
  • Knight-Allen House

    390 East Center Street Provo, UT 84306 United States
    The Knight-Allen home is a Victorian style mansion built in 1899. The haunted looking structure is an outstanding example of Victorian Eclectic architecture, with its interesting roof patterns and pillars making it stand out from the rest of the landscape. The house was entered into the list of National Register of Historic Places and is now appointed to the Provo City Historic Landmarks Registry on June 19, 1996.
  • John Moses Browning House

    505 27th Street Ogden, UT 15212 United States
    The John Moses Browning House is a historic house located in Ogden. It was constructed from 1890 to 1900 and is built on a land cover of less than one acre (0.40 hectares). The structuring of the house was done under the meticulous plans and executions of renowned architects Whittaker, Sam. Over the decades, the front porch has underwent modifications, however the rest of the house has retained its original artistic and historic charm. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
  • Council Hall

    300 North State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84114 United States
    The Salt Lake City Council Hall is located in Capitol Hill in Salt Lake City, Utah. It was built in 1864 by architect William H. Folsom. It currently serves as the offices of the Utah Office of Tourism and the Utah Film Commission. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 14, 1971.
  • Ogden Nature Center

    966 West 12th Street Ogden, UT 84404 United States - Phone: +1 801 621 7595
    The Ogden Nature Center is an education center and a preserver of nature. Spread over 152 acres (61 hectares), it is home to several birds and animals, and features gardens, ponds, tree houses, walking trails, and so on. This is a perfect place for recreation and family leisure time, and also educates visitors on the conservation of nature.
  • Conservation Garden Park

    8275 South 1300 West West Jordan, UT 84088 United States - Phone: +1 801 256 4400
    Conservation Garden Park is located in West Jordan, Utah. The project is designed to adhere to LEEDS platinum standards and has five acres (two hectares) of demonstration gardens and water-based landscape exhibits. It showcases some of the best technologies for environment-friendly buildings as well. It is set up to promote sustainable development and importance of resource-efficiency for future generations.
  • Fielding Garr Ranch

    4528 West 1700 South Syracuse, UT 84075 United States - Phone: +1 801 649 5742
    Located in the Antelope Island State Park, the Fielding Garr Ranch is a former ranch and now popular tourist attraction. Established in 1848, it features on the National Register of Historic Places. Take a guided tour around the property and explore well-preserved treasures like the original ranch house and shearing barns.
  • Forest Dale Historic District

    Simpson Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States
    The Forest Dale Historic District is an integral part of the Sugar House area. It is bounded by 700 East, Interstate 80, Commonwealth Avenue, and 900 East. In 1890, the cohesive core of the Forest Dale Historic District was attached to it. Though the surrounding area is heavily infested with traffic, the Forest Dale Historic District manages to retain its serenity owing to the thick trees that line the area. The houses and bungalows from the 1890s era are still intact. A walk through this area will give you a chance to see structures based on the Late Victorian and High Victorian Eclectic styles of architectural designing.
  • Isaac Chase Mill

    South 5th East Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States
    Touted to be one of the foremost commercial structures that are still extant, is the Isaac Chase Mill. The mill came into prominence owing to the free grist given during the 1857's famine. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this mill is nestled within the Liberty Park.
  • Rowland Hall-St. Mark's School

    720 South Guardsman Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 355 7485
    This college preparatory school imparts education from preschool through high school to its students. The Rowland Hall-St. Mark's School dates back to the 1860s era and occupies immense historic importance; the school site is incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places. Rowland Hall-St. Mark's School continues its educational endeavors even today.
  • Devereaux House

    340 West South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 800 881 5762
    The Devereaux House or the Staines-Jennings Mansion dates back to the 1850s era. This historical landmark is now a classy event venue that hosts private events and functions. For details, check website.
  • Silver Row

    621-645 West 100 North Provo, UT 84601 United States
    The Silver Row is a historic row of apartments in Utah that are touted to be few of the surviving residential structures that were raised for lower income groups. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this landmark is incorporated in the Provo City Historic Landmarks Registry too.
  • Springville Presbyterian Church

    245 South 200 East Springville, UT 84663 United States - Phone: +1 801 489 4390
    The Springville Presbyterian Church is a beautiful church that is built way back in the 1890s era. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this church is also referred to as Springville Community Presbyterian Church.
  • South Temple Historic District

    South Temple Historic District Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States
    The South Temple Hstoric District is a beautiful district featuring structures that are designed as per the architectural styles prevalent in that era. Churches, mansions, private homes and much more adds to this historical region. It was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
  • Walker Center

    174 Regent Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 534 4900(Tourist Information)
    The Walker Center is a historic building located in downtown Salt Lake City. Built in 1911, it was once the headquarters of Walker Bank. This beautiful skyscraper was at one time the tallest building between San Francisco and Chicago. Designed by Eames and Young, the Walker Center was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
  • Wild Kingdom Train Zoo

    East of I-15 Farmington, UT 84025 United States - Phone: +1 801 451 8000
    The Lagoon Amusement Park in the Farmington city of Utah, is more prominent due to the presence of the celebrated Wild Kingdom Train Zoo. It is most visible while one takes a ride through the Wild Kingdom Train, and one can catch glimpses of animals like lions, tigers and zebras.
  • Stagecoach Inn

    18035 West 1540 North Fairfield, UT 84116 United States - Phone: +1 801 768 8932
    What was once a United States army post is now a beautiful Utah State Park, Camp Floyd State Park Museum. Named after John B. Floyd, the then Secretary of War, the army camp was established in 1858. It was in use till 1861, when the army was moved out. All the structures, except the Commissary Building, were pulverized. The Commissary Building functions as a museum and the Stagecoach Inn opposite it, serves as a house museum. The Fairfield District School and Camp Floyd Cemetery are also located on site. Camp Floyd State Park Museum is ideal for a recreational and an educational outing.
  • Henry Luce House

    921 East 1700 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States
    Originally known as the part of the Perkins Addition in the Salt Lake City of Utah, the Henry Luce House was an exotic historical home that was not only visually pleasing but also a pleasure to stand within the home and take a tour. The beautiful home is designed in the Victorian style of architecture and currently is a place where one can visit and know the past of the home with an amazing historical tour. 

  • Ensign Peak Park

    146 North Sandrun Road Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 972 7800
    This small mountain peak trail offers spectacular views of the Great Salt Lake and the surrounding valley. It's rumored that Brigham Young hiked to the peak to survey the area and discussed the plans he had for constructing the city he intended to build. To commemorate this, a small monument can be seen from the summit. A well-marked path with remarkable views, this trail is well worth a hike.
  • Mill Creek Canyon

    3800 South Wasatch Boulevard Salt Lake City, UT 84109 United States - Phone: +1 801 483 5473
    This spacious recreation area in Salt Lake City is full of hiking and biking trails and beautiful scenery. Discover babbling brooks, various designated picnic areas, and rushing waterfalls. Hike along one of the many trails to find a meadow full of flowers or gorgeous vista point perfect for taking in the views. And with such a cheap entrance fee for vehicles, visiting the park with family and friends is a cost effective and fun outdoor activity.
  • Epic Brewing Company

    825 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 906 0123
    When the laws of Utah changed in 2008, two businessmen, Peter Erickson and David Cole, undertook an initiative to set up their own brewery. Their dream was finally realized in 2010, when Epic Brewing Company opened its doors in south Salt Lake City. Soon after, this brewery began winning awards for their artisanal brews. Call ahead to book a tour around the brewery and witness the brewing process. End it with a tasting session of their ales, porters, lagers and stouts. This brewery also boasts of a successful branch in Denver, Colorado.
  • Nightmare on 13th

    320 West 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 8100
    Nightmare on 13th is a seasonal haunted house that is sure to make your Halloween season frightfully fun. Step inside a building that looks like a castle and get ready to be spooked by terrifying special effects and bloody scenes. As you walk through the haunted house live (or perhaps undead) performers will pop out to scare you, some may even chase you around as you try to escape.
  • La Frontera

    1236 West 400 South Salt Lake City, UT 84104 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 3158
    Since 1980, La Frontera has offered huge portions of homestyle Mexican food in a casual atmosphere. The decor is modest, but the food is amazing and that will keep you here. Particular local favorites include the smothered burritos and enchiladas, which will leave even the biggest appetite satisfied. Order a la carte or combinations, either one is reasonably priced. Traditional Mexican offerings are prepared fresh and served hot. Domestic and imported beer is available.
  • Shogun Restaurant

    321 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 7142
    Who would have believed it? A master sushi chef in the heart of the Rocky Mountains! Takashi is a genius with a sushi knife, and the Tiger W Roll is not to be missed. In addition to sushi, this restaurant features a variety of traditional Japanese cuisine served by lovely, kimono-clad waitresses. A combination of conventional seating and Japanese low tables make the atmosphere cozy and comfortable. Imported beer and saki are available.
  • Suehiro

    6933 South 1300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 255 1089
    The location may fool you, but this is excellent Japanese dining at a great price. Located in the Park Center strip mall, the atmosphere is really quite cozy, with traditional Japanese screens allowing for some privacy. The restaurant features a delicious selection of Japanese favorites and a variety of sushi offerings. One not-so-traditional favorite is The Wasatch Roll, and the teriyaki salmon is moist and flavorful. Imported beer and saki are available.
  • Rivers Restaurant

    6405 South 3000 East Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 733 6600
    Located near the mouths of Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, Rivers is convenient for an after-ski meal or a leisurely Sunday brunch. The riverstone fireplace and flagstone entryway give this a contemporary, yet rustic look. Open and inviting, it is a wonderful choice for families or a romantic dinner for two. Casual fare such as pizzas, pasta and sandwiches are offset by daily specials such as roasted lamb. The Creme Brule French Toast on their brunch menu is a gift from heaven. Full bar service is available.
  • Salt Lake Pizza and Pasta

    1063 East 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 484 1804
    Located in the historic Sugarhouse, 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. Come here to eat dinner after a day of shopping in the area, and bring the kids. They will love what is on the menu for them. A variety of local micro-brews are available, along with several imported beers.
  • Tuscany

    2832 East 6200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 277 9919

    Former Utah Jazz star, Mark Eaton, owns this restaurant and has become a favorite of locals and tourists alike, serving Northern Italian cuisine in a casual but elegant atmosphere. The restaurant is housed in a converted mill on lovely, secluded grounds. Sunday brunch is a fixed price buffet, perfect for families or a special date. The wine list is extensive and the food delicious. Save room for one of the rich desserts!

     

  • Sakura Sushi

    1615 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 583 3363
    The ample sushi bar here features a wide selection of fresh sushi including Flying Fish Roe, Giant Clam, and other unusual choices. Sushi can be ordered a la carte or in a variety of sushi and sashimi combination entrees. Other specialties include chicken teriyaki and a number of excellent tempura dishes. Japanese beer and saki are available. Most entrees come with salad and miso soup. Dine in or take-out.
  • Blue Iguana

    165 South West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 533 8900
    Billing itself as "home of the hardcore Mexican food," the entrees are daring and feature unusual varieties of mole sauces. Knowledgeable servers will help you select the combination of sauces and level of spiciness that is right for you. Enjoy indoor or patio dining, or take advantage of the complete take-out menu. A full liquor license is available, so patrons can enjoy beer, wine, or mixed drinks with their meals.
  • Mekong Cafe

    7725 South State Street Midvale, UT 84047 United States - Phone: +1 801 566 5747
    From the outside, this cafe is very unassuming. It looks more like a fast-food restaurant than the home of fine Thai food at reasonable prices. However, this place serves delicious, authentic Thai cuisine and is very popular with locals. The food tends to be on the spicy side, so be sure to discuss your preferences with your server. The spicy shrimp in hot chili sauce is a favorite or try a milder chicken or noodle dish.
  • Yamamoto Japanese Restaurant

    3130 Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 486 8288
    Trying a new Japanese restaurant can be a frightening experience. Let this restaurant take the fear away. The menu features a wide variety of traditional Japanese entrees such as Sukiyaki, and Udon. The tempura dishes are particularly light and delicious. This place features fast and friendly service at reasonable prices. This restaurant does not have a liquor license, so no alcohol is available with meals.
  • Tokyo Boys

    515 South 700 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 7148
    The elegant, contemporary decor is a hit with shoppers at Trolley Square who cross the street for lunch. Serving both traditional and daring Japanese cuisine, dishes are presented with a stylish flair. The menu features a wide variety of choices, with entrees. The appetizers, especially the tempura and the gyoza, are very popular. The sushi bar is also highly recommended, with a wide variety of tasty and unusual fresh offerings. Expect to pay about USD5 per selection when ordering sushi a la carte.
  • Mizumi

    8391 South 700 East Sandy, UT 84070 United States - Phone: +1 801 566 8001
    This authentic Japanese Kushayaki grill offers a newly-opened sushi bar. The decor is traditional and the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. Portions are very generous and all dinners include soup, salad, rice, and vegetable tempura. The noodle dishes are particularly recommended. Sushi is available a la carte or in combination meals. Dine in or take-out a fantastic feast from this great restaurant.
  • Koyo

    2275 East 3300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84109 United States - Phone: +1 801 466 7111
    This restaurant features excellent Japanese food in a comfortable, traditional atmosphere. Patrons can eat in the beautifully decorated dining room or in one of the private rooms with sunken tables. The extensive menu features a full sushi bar as well as a variety of other traditional Japanese entrees. This restaurant is known for its tempura dishes and for teriyaki salmon, both of which are always light and fresh. Beer and wine are available with meals. Dine in or take-out.
  • Kyoto

    1080 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84015 United States - Phone: +1 801 487 3525
    This restaurant has been named by New York magazine as one of the top ten restaurants in Utah. The sushi selection has consistently garnered local awards as well. The food is delicious and the decor and service are replete with traditional touches. Lunches are a great value, including soup, salad, steamed rice, and green tea. This is a popular restaurant and can sometimes be crowded on weekends, so call ahead for priority seating.
  • Barbacoa Mexican Grill

    859 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 524 0853
    The 9th and 9th neighborhood has welcomed this new addition with crowds of hip people on a budget. Dine inside and listen to the rhythms of reggae while eating the biggest burrito. Tacos are also available as well as the popular Burrito Bowl, where beans, cilantro-lime rice, and other toppings are served in a bowl without the tortilla. The namesake burrito Barbacoa is also a hit with its barbeque beef. Stop in and make this your new favorite Mexican restaurant.
  • Cafe Silvestre

    3041 East 3300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84109 United States - Phone: +1 801 485 7238
    This is one of the better known Mexican food restaurants in the Holladay area of Salt Lake City. Although the restaurant features an extensive menu of authentic Mexican cuisine at very reasonable prices, locals and regulars show a strong preference for the selection of homemade tamale dishes. Entrees are resonable, and portions are generous. Beer and wine are available with meals, and all menu items can be ordered for take-out.
  • Cancun Cafe

    855 East 3900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84107 United States - Phone: +1 801 269 1177
    This establishment distinguishes itself among Mexican restaurants in the Salt Lake City area by emphasizing that hearty and delicious Mexican food can be healthy too. The proprietors boast that no canned food or animal fat can be found anywhere on their premises. The delicious meals that result, although certainly not "diet" fare, are no less tasty and pleasing for their healthful ingredients. The steak fajitas are a favorite of patrons, and chile verde burritos are also a specialty.
  • Miramar

    342 West 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 484 5737
    This bustling Mexican eatery serves a staggeringly wide variety of authentic ethnic food. This restaurant always has fresh seafood available and specials made from these ingredients are probably their finest offering. Patrons can enjoy a cold beer with their meals as well. This is a child-friendly restaurant that even offers a children's menu.
  • La Puente

    7301 South 900 East Midvale, UT 84047 United States - Phone: +1 801 562 5992
    Popular with locals, this cafe is often crowded, particularly on weekends. During the summer, live Mexican guitar music complements the dinner hour on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The food here is excellent, authentic Mexican fare that tends to be a bit on the spicy side. Portions are very generous. Mexican or American beer is available with meals.
  • Sophie Garcia's Cantina

    154 West 600 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 +1 801 355 2081
    Because so many businesses, shops and tourist attractions are within walking distance, the restaurant is popular with the lunch crowd. This may be especially true because of the all-you-can-eat lunch buffet, which features an enormous variety of salads, enchiladas, burritos, and fajitas. The lunch and dinner menus feature similar items; combination platters tend to be slightly more expensive. Meals are served with Spanish rice and black or refried beans, and the portions are quite generous.
  • Rio Grande Cafe

    270 South Rio Grande Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 3302
    This charming Mexican restaurant, located in the old Rio Grande Train Depot close to the center of Salt Lake City, boasts an impressive variety of delicious homemade salsas. The chile verde is definitely the best, tasty on all of the burritos, enchiladas, and tacos offered. The salads and homemade carnitas (available only during dinner hours) are also recommended. Come in for the food and stay for the legends surrounding the train station.
  • Casa Sanchez

    389 West 1700 South Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 466 1837
    This restaurant is out-of-the-ordinary in Mexican food with a regional flavor, featuring unusual sauces and moles. (For example, one specialty sauce is made of pumpkin seeds.) The proprietors report that fajitas are their biggest seller. They are available with several different meat, poultry, or seafood fillings. Cold beer is available with meals. All menu items can be purchased for take-out which makes it easy for people on-the-go.
  • Mi Casita

    428 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 596 7090
    This little Mexican restaurant, tucked into a downtown neighborhood, boasts an enormous menu with 51 different plates available to its patrons. Carnacada and crab enchiladas (made with real crab) are among its most-ordered meals. Veggie burritos are also a big hit. Although the establishment seems rather unassuming, loyal patrons have been enjoying the cuisine here for nearly two decades. No alcohol is served here.
  • Salazar's Mexican Restaurant

    3325 South 900 East Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 485 0172
    This Mexican restaurant features a generous menu of home-cooked meals that are delicious and fresh. Patrons can dine in, but a full take-out menu is also available. Tasty and affordable daily specials are featured here. The popular "Salizar special", for example, consists of a chile verde burrito, a cheese enchilada, rice and beans, all for $6. Dishes that include Salizar's homemade tamales are also particularly recommended. Salizar's has a limited liquor license, and serves cold beer with meals. However, note that credit cards are not accepted.
  • Tres Hombres

    3298 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 466 0054
    Although all the meals on the menu are delicious and freshly prepared, the selection of fajitas stand out. It was awarded the "Utah's Best" honor by local reviewers, and with good reason. Other unusual combination dinners are also terrific, especially the Pollo Asada and blue cheese enchilada. The menu here is varied and extensive. Beer is available with your meals as well. You will want to go back several times to sample a number of their tasty offerings.
  • El Farol

    115 West 7200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84047 United States - Phone: +1 801 255 3742
    Located in a strip mall, the decor is rather plain and unassuming. The menu does not include many unusual choices, but the tried-and-true entrees are exceptionally well done. The "Mexican Plate", for example, consists of an enchilada and a beef taco; although not particularly original, it is delicious and a real value. Alcoholic beverages are served with its meals, which patrons are free to enjoy in the dining room or to order from the take-out menu.
  • La Cocina

    6965 South 2300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 943 7790
    This restaurant is small, but big on flavor. Daily lunch specials are priced at about $4, and dinners average $8. All feature generous portions of authentic Mexican fare. The dinner "Chef's plate" includes a chile verde burrito, a chile relleno, an enchilada, rice and beans. The servings are more than ample and you will find yourself bringing home the leftovers! A full liquor license allows patrons to enjoy beer, wine, or mixed drinks with their meals.
  • The Oasis Cafe

    151 South 500 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 0404
    Just as Golden Braid Books is a sensory delight for the mind and spirit, its next door neighbor is a delight for the palate. The chefs have created a menu that defies traditional ideas of health food. A coriander-crusted tuna, grilled smoked salmon, special pizzeritas, and smoked corn tamales are some of the regular items on the innovative and healthful vegetarian and seafood menu. The cafe's soups, pastries, and the tea or coffee-of-the-day are also wonderful treats. With the adjacent bookstore, one can easily spend several hours here.
  • Sampan Chinese Cuisine

    675 East 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 3663
    Modern and efficient service describes this restaurant. It is clear that the owners and cooks focus on the food. Service is fast and no space is wasted on psuedo-Chinese memorabilia. Located in a commercial strip-mall, the restaurant is about food, not ambiance. From hot and spicy Szechuan to familiar favorites such as lemon chicken and Kung Po Shrimp, this restaurant prepares the freshest delicacies. The menu offers over 90 seafood, vegetarian, meat, and poultry dishes. The hot and sour soup is a must! Come in to see why this place takes the title in take-out.
  • The Park Cafe

    604 East 1300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 487 1670
    Across the street from historic Liberty Park, is a spot that feels like part of the park. Contemporary American cuisine, ranging from the classic to the inventive, is what you will find here. Unique and flavorful lunches of quiche, salads, sandwiches, and daily specials make it popular with business lunch crowds. In the evening, it offers an intimate and romantic setting with a dinner menu that includes a daily seafood entree, along with usual favorites such as Thai Chicken Capellini, vegetable ravioli, and Pasta Roma. The breakfast and brunch menu is comprised of the usual omelets, pancakes and hash browns, making it a popular spot on the weekends among families and friends.
  • Lamb's Grill Cafe

    169 South Main Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 7166
    Unlike theme restaurants posing as authentic, this is the real deal. Founded by Greek immigrant George P. Lamb, the restaurant he started in northern Utah in 1919 moved to the city in 1939. Patrons enjoy excellent and truly classic American cuisine here. For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this is the best place for both atmosphere and people-watching; it is a favorite spot of the city's politicians, businesspeople, and other celebrities. A full-service bar complements entrees and a la carte items, and service is beyond excellent.
  • New Yorker

    60 West Market Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 363 0166
    Food, service, and decor make this restaurant number one. Two small, but private rooms create an intimate setting for groups of 10 to 20, while the main dining room includes discreet banquettes surrounding the see-and-be-seen tables. The dining room offers an elegant dining experience with a menu of seafood, beef, lamb, and veal. The desserts, especially the souffles, are divine. The food is expertly prepared and gracefully presented. An extensive wine list and full liquor assortment are available.
  • The DoDo

    152 South 400 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 456 2473
    Delicious and freshly prepared appetizers, entrees, and desserts are always on the menu here, along with six to eight daily lunch and dinner specials. This restaurant was something of a Salt Lake institution and nearly always packed at its previous location. Happily, it has moved to an even more accommodating facility that offers expansive outdoor dining, as well as far more room inside. The daily specials, especially the quiche, are always a safe bet. A wine list that covers most bases complements the light menu of seafood and chicken dishes.
  • Cucina

    1026 East Second Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 3055
    Whether picking up food or dropping by for a bowl of homemade soup, this is a place for sensory delight. Tucked away in an eclectic area, this restaurant creates a feeling of stepping into a popular deli shop somewhere in Italy or the south of France. Herb-seasoned chicken, vegetable lasagne, cheese strata, elaborate salad concoctions, and an array of baked goods are just some of the items that are behind the counter on a daily basis.
  • Ruby River Steakhouse

    435 South 700 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 359 3355
    For five years, this has been named Salt Lake City's best steakhouse by the weekly entertainment newspaper, City Weekly. Guitars, country music, and hand-painted cowboy boots created by one of the owners' wives add to the atmosphere. Named for a scenic fishing spot the restaurant owners love in Montana, Ruby River offers classic western meat and potatoes. Spicy ribs, mouth-watering steaks, thick burgers, and barbecue chicken give customers a taste of the wild, wild west. They have a full liquor license with a good selection of local microbrews.
  • Oceans Deep Water Grill

    4760 South 900 East Salt Lake City, UT 84117 United States - Phone: +1 801 261 0115
    If you hear the surf and feel the sand under your feet, you must be at Oceans. You can enjoy pizza and pasta selections but the focus is on seafood. Different fresh fish are highlighted nightly. One you must try is the Alaskan Salmon roasted on a cedar plank. The end result is the delicious taste of cedar and herbs. Portions are large and desserts are irresistible. If you are feeling landlocked in Utah, come here for a breath of fresh, salt-water air.
  • The Garden Restaurant

    15 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84150 United States - Phone: +1 801 539 3170
    Amazing views, soft sounds of a waterfall, and the clean crisp feel of white tablecloths dried in the springtime sun permeate this restaurant. It is located on the top floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Try the Parmesan-peppercorn dressing to begin with, served on a crunchy salad. Next move on to the very tender oven-roasted pork or the maple-pecan crusted breast of chicken. Though this restaurant does not serve coffee or alcohol, it is a great place for a quiet conversation and breathtaking scenery.
  • Tony Caputo's Market & Deli

    314 West 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 531 8669
    This trendy favorite enlists exposed architectural elements, an open kitchen and walls of windows to evoke the ambiance of an outdoor Italian cafe. Salt Lake City's up-and-comers congregate here midday to lunch on stuffed sandwiches, slabs of focaccia and perfectly prepared cappuccino. No alcohol is served. The adjoining market boasts an array of imported Italian foods ranging from crusty fresh-baked bread to black truffles. Phone orders are welcomed, catering services abound, and Tony himself teaches occasional cooking classes.
  • Lion House Pantry

    63 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84103 United States - Phone: +1 801 363 5466
    Located in the one-time residence of Brigham Young, this small restaurant serves up traditional pioneer dishes to Temple Square tourists. Traditional country furnishings complement a simple menu including herb chicken, corn chowder, prime rib and local trout. The adjoining party rooms are well-known for their pioneer-themed birthday bashes during which girls don pioneer hats, boys wear coonskin caps and hostesses read old stories and direct pioneer games. For lunch, dinner, or a party, this simple restaurant makes an ideal stop for hungry tourists in town to soak up the history of Temple Square.
  • Martine

    22 East 100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 363 9328
    A red sandstone edifice built in 1889, this fashionable restaurant, Martine, serves up nouveau Mediterranean cuisine and traditional tapas to a cosmopolitan crowd. The decor combines antique architectural elements with delightful, thoroughly modern accents spotlighted with dramatic lighting. Diners sit at the marble bar or in high-backed booths to choose from the varied menu. Business-casual lunchtime diners prefer gourmet sandwiches, salads and soups, while those on later dinner dates opt for a set nightly menu including soup, salad and tapas. Dine here once and you would definitely return for more!
  • Hard Rock Cafe

    505 South 600 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 7625
    Located at the Trolley Square shopping center, this ever-popular favorite draws young crowds comprised of locals and tourists alike. Guests enter the darkened restaurant to a barrage of music memorabilia. The menu consists of traditional American dishes and burgers of various kinds are their specialty. Liquor and wine are served with a food order and guests can enjoy meals on the patio during the summer. For those wishing to partake only of alcoholic beverages, an inexpensive temporary membership in the Hark Rock private club is required.
  • Tucci's Cucina Italiana Restaurant

    515 South 700 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 533 9111
    This lively restaurant serves businesspeople, Trolley Square shoppers, and dating couples attending shows at the nearby cinemas. Bottles of herb-flavored olive oils punctuate the rustic decor, making mouths water for the crusty bread served at every meal with a dipping mix of oil and balsamic vinegar. The menu tantalizes with Italian specialties both traditional and modern, including gourmet pizzas, Veal Marsala, and huge bowls of ravioli. Full bar service and a nice wine list complement the menu, as does al fresco dining on the street side patio during the summer.
  • Granato's

    1391 South 300 West Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 486 5643
    This straightforward market and deli serves up monster panini sandwiches and foccacia rolls stacked high with combinations such as prosciutto and roasted peppers, fresh mozzarella and salami and feta cheese and tomato. The friendly management invites diners to call or fax in orders before 11am and encourages happy customers to shop the shelves of the deliciously traditional market and deli. Here, blocks of cheese crowd the deli counter, packs of frozen pastas stuff the freezer and all manner of Italian delicacies stack shelves to the ceiling.
  • Archibald's

    1100 West 7800 South West Jordan, UT 84088 United States - Phone: +1 801 566 6940
    This restaurant features four distinct dining rooms profiling Archibald Gardner's life as the husband of 11 women, father of nearly 50 children and devout Mormon pioneer. Memorabilia and photographs serve as decoration. The modern and casual restaurant, in a historic building, serves as a wonderful example of "reclaimed" space while maintaining a simple country charm. At dinner, one can expect classic "American" food ranging from prime rib to traditional turkey dinners. The restaurant offers both a wine list and a variety of local micro-brew beers and ales.
  • Market Street Grill

    48 West Market Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 4668
    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.
  • Romano's Macaroni Grill

    110 West Broadway Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 521 3133
    For good Italian food and a lovely, casual atmosphere, this is the place. Service is excellent. Nibble on Italian bread dipped in vinegar while you wait for your Penne Rustica or Scaloppini di Pollo, two of the restaurant's signature dishes. For the less adventurous, the restaurant's wood-burning oven adds a wonderful flavor to traditional pizza. If you are lucky, you may even be serenaded by an opera-quality soprano. This restaurant is always crowded call-ahead seating can save hours of waiting time.
  • La Caille

    9565 South Wasatch Boulevard Sandy, UT 84092 United States - Phone: +1 801 942 1751
    If you want elegant dining, you will enjoy this upscale establishment. Popular dishes include broiled rack of lamb with rosemary and Grand Marnier glazed duck prepared with fruit and brandy. The restaurant's extensive wine list is supplemented by its own winery the owners produce and sell their own wine. Full cocktail service is available and a brunch and Basque dinner are served on Sundays. Best dress and reservations are required. For the truly romantic, a bed and breakfast honeymoon cottage is available on premises.
  • Log Haven

    6451 East Millcreek Canyon Road Salt Lake City, UT 84109 United States - Phone: +1 801 272 8255
    This wonderful log mansion restaurant is located in scenic Millcreek Canyon. The view is almost as good as the food. Dine outdoors in the summer months or by firelight in the winter. The menu includes Achiote grilled calamari, pan seared sea bass with toasted coriander and grilled bison, but does not exclude the vegetarian diners. Vegetarian dishes include wild aragula and risotto, that delight the palate. Wine and cocktails are also available.
  • Chin Wah

    775 East 9400 Sandy, UT 84094 United States - Phone: +1 801 561 3195
    "Good food, good fortune" advises the menu. This restaurant offers both. Everything served here is very good, from the lemon chicken to the shrimp and scallop cashew . American dinners are also offered for the less adventurous. Casual American-Chinese decor highlights table and booth seating. Be sure to call ahead for reservations, as this South Valley restaurant is always busy with both take-out and customers dining in. A 10% discount is offered for take-out orders.
  • Ruth's Diner

    2100 Emigration Canyon Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 582 5807
    Country cooking best describes the menu at this unique restaurant, one of Utah's oldest. Established in 1930, this old-time diner has customers who have been regulars for decades and for good reason. Pot roast, hot turkey sandwiches and great burgers make up the menu. This is the good old American food that mom used to make. Traditional diner styling, including plastic chairs, aluminum tables, and a picture of Ruth comprise the decor. Full bar, wine or beer are available with meals and patio dining is offered in season.
  • Rodizio Grill

    600 South 700 East Trolley Square Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 220 0500
    This Brazilian restaurant offers not only the good food of Brazil, but also the attitude. Eating is a celebration at this Trolley Square restaurant. Salads and side dishes are available on a buffet-style table. Skewers of meat entrees are served to each table, where waiters cut off just as much as patrons want to eat. Try a little bit of Steak, shrimp, chicken and pork because it is all wonderful. The atmosphere is busy and friendly and the authentic Brazilian decorations only add to the party atmosphere.
  • Mandarin Restaurant

    348 East 900 North Bountiful, UT 84010 United States - Phone: +1 801 298 2406
    Arguably the best Chinese restaurant in Utah, this restaurant uses the freshest ingredients and original sauces to present a deliciously unique and varied menu. Dinner choices include Mongolian pork, spicy cashew chicken, beef with fresh asparagus and Hunan-braised eggplant. From the zesty orange-sesame shrimp or Szechwan chicken wing appetizers, to the apple spring rolls with cinnamon ice cream dessert, everything on the menu is flavorful and delicious. Beer and wine are available.
  • Capitol Cafe

    54 West 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 7000
    Drawing applause for its color-blocked decor, plentiful chrome and upbeat ambiance, this little cafe has long been a top performer in Salt Lake City's after theater scene. Diners gather on the patio, in booths and around marble-topped tables to enjoy a hanging dinner menu and staple specialties such as seared Ahi. An ample wine list is offered and alcoholic beverages are served with food purchase. Those hoping to dine here on weekends or after Capitol Theatre performances should call ahead for reservations.
  • Incantation

    159 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 533 2722
    Located on busy Main Street in the historical Hepworth-Carthey Building, Incantation serves up spicy Peruvian specialties to a mixed crowd of shoppers, students and time conscious business folk. While the decor here may not be a draw, the food certainly is. Favorites include Ceviche Mix, shrimp chowder and Pollo a la Brasa and a roast chicken seasoned Peruvian style. Alcoholic beverages are not available. Call in your pick-up order and it will be ready when you arrive.
  • Cafe Molise

    55 West 100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 8833
    All of the Italian dishes at Cafe Molise are simply mouth watering. There are nearly a dozen pasta offerings, each unusual and delicious. The lasagne is perhaps the most highly recommended. The prices for all the generous dishes on the menu are very reasonable. Wines by the glass are reasonably priced. The cafe often features live jazz performances as well.
  • The Carriage Court

    71 West South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 536 7200
    Carriage Court is just a block from malls, banks and Temple Square and serves traditional American fare, but also features specialties that pay homage to Native Americans and pioneers that settled in the mountains. Entrees like Utah Red Trout and grilled buffalo use fresh local ingredients and traditional recipes. The carrot soup here is especially delicious. No alcohol is served.
  • Cedars of Lebanon

    152 East 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 4096
    Diners can sample a variety of Middle Eastern delicacies and even be entertained by belly dancers. Cedars of Lebanon has both traditional and vegetarian entrees available. Lamb, chicken and beef kabobs are their specialties. Lunch selections include the buffet, a combination/sampler platter or pita sandwiches.
  • Fresco Italian Cafe

    1513 South 1500 East Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 486 1300
    Next door to the The King's English Bookstore, is Fresco Italian Cafe a fresh dining experience. The menu is somewhat small and specialized, but is always excellent. There are delicious and fresh vegetable and pasta dishes and the veal is a specialty. Similarly, the wine list is truly exceptional. Fresco's has a full liqour license, so beer and mixed drinks are also available.
  • Ichiban Sushi

    336 South 400 East Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 7522
    Ichiban's menu is very user friendly to help, even the uninitiated navigate the choices. The chef's hand rolls are a specialty, featuring unusual and delicious combinations of fish, vegetables and spices. Of course there is a full kitchen preparing a variety of traditional Japanese fare. If sushi is not your favorite, try the teriyaki chicken, seafood soba, or any one of the light and delicious tempura dishes. Alcohol is available with meals.
  • Tiburon

    8256 South 700 East Sandy, UT 84070 United States - Phone: +1 801 255 1200
    Tiburon restaurant has a "high tech" feel, featuring black tablecloths and modern art. The entrees are delicious and varied, both the duck and salmon are particularly recommended. Appetizers like mussels in white wine or crab and lobster cakes are delicious. There are a number of interesting and affordable wines. There is also an extensive selection of wines available by the glass.
  • Miguel's Argentine Grille

    6055 South 900 East Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 265 0205
    Miguel's Argentine Grille features delicious home cooked meals in the homey atmosphere of a converted country estate. Lunch and dinner menus feature empanadas, chicken paprikash, and some of the most tender steaks you will find in the Salt Lake Valley. The wine list here is impressive, with many of the choices available by the glass. This restaurant has a full liquor license, so beer and mixed cocktails are also available. Dine outdoors on the patio for a romantic treat on a warm night.
  • Hoppers Seafood And Grill

    890 Fort Union Boulevard Midvale, UT 84047 United States - Phone: +1 801 566 0424
    Hopper's Seafood And Grill is a busy and bustling brew pub that features delicious casual pub food and blues music (piped in or live). The menu is large and varied, featuring homemade specialty pizzas and seafood items as well as more traditional fare like club sandwiches, oversized burgers, and chicken-fried steaks. There are eight different microbrews available, all made on the premises. Tee-totalers can enjoy "Fred and Ginger Ale" or other soft drinks. The food and "growlers" are all available for take-out as well.
  • P.F. Chang's China Bistro

    174 West 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 539 0500
    The menu at P.F. Chang's China Bistro is extensive and varied, featuring traditional Chinese dishes from all regions and styles. The appetizers are generously portioned, and for a good value. The "lettuce wraps" are the house specialties; your server will prep the special chili dipping sauce at your table. Also try the pan-fried dumplings; made in traditional pork, vegetarian, or shrimp varieties. Chang's has an extensive wine list. Asian and domestic beers, as well as mixed cocktails, are also available.
  • Tree Room At Sundance

    8841 North Alpine Loop Road Sundance, UT 84604 United States - Phone: +1 801 223 4200
    Built around its namesake and filled with rustic antiquities, Tree Room beckons its guests to enter, relax and enjoy the Native American Art from Robert Redford's private collection. While reading the menu, sample the wood-grilled shrimp and braised artichoke salad or the seared Ahi tuna with mushroom and lentil salad. The main course offers delights such as roasted chicken breast with glazed baby carrots and fennel or grilled organic veal chop with roasted pear compote. A lengthy wine list is available.
  • Bombay House

    2731 East Parley's Way Salt Lake City, UT 84109 United States - Phone: +1 801 581 0222
    Specializing in spicy vegetarian meals, Bombay House offers attentive service and excellent East Indian cuisine. The turbaned waiters graciously and attentively serve while the music of India sweeps guests away to Bombay. The curries and the chicken tandoori are quite delectable, making this one of the city's most memorable dining experiences. Come in to experience the culture and cuisine of India. Beer and wine are available with your meal.
  • Red Rock Brewing Company

    254 South 200 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 521 7446
    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.
  • Red Butte Cafe

    1414 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States - Phone: +1 801 581 9498
    The Red Butte Cafe menu here features traditional pub food like sandwiches, pasta salads and burgers. Weekly specials, are always flavorful choices. Usually you can count on the specials to include fresh salmon and a vegetarian option. Creative pasta dishes are also highly recommended. There is a bakery in front of the restaurant, so save room for a treat from the selection of mouth-watering desserts. Beer and wine are available with dinner.
  • Michelangelo Ristorante

    2156 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 466 0961
    The Michelangelo Ristorante menu features a variety of tasty traditional dishes, mostly from the Tuscany region. One delicious favorite is the veal-stuffed ravioli in walnut cream sauce. Other unusual dishes like warm seafood salad and pesto gnocchi are also highly recommended. This restaurant has a full liquor license, so beer, wine or mixed cocktails are available with your meals. There are daily desert specials that are worth saving room for; all are created on the premises.
  • Millcreek Inn

    5803 East Millcreek Canyon Road Salt Lake City, UT 84124 United States - Phone: +1 801 278 7927
    The menu is traditional, enhanced with specials that change with the seasons. Roquefort New York Steak and Raspberry Duckling are two favorites that are always on Millcreek Inn's menu. Seafood specials are particularly well-handled by the chef. There is a select and rather expensive wine list, with a few house wines available by the glass. Outdoor dining is available and when the weather permits it, this makes for a spectacularly romantic meal. The patio is surrounded by fragrant pines and the sounds of the creek enhance conversation and a delicious meal.
  • The Pie Pizzaria

    1320 East 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 582 5700
    Thousands of signatures and statements spread across the walls of this restaurant and there is always room for one more name if you want to document your visit. This casual eating spot is great for any size appetite, from single slices at lunch to the 23-inch Pie's Combo loaded with pepperoni, salami, green peppers, onions, smoked ham, linguica sausage, ground beef, Italian sausage and mushrooms. The restaurant also offers calzones, hot subs, soups and salad. The University of Utah is nearby, and this pizza place draws a hungry college crowd every night. An ice cold beer pairs perfectly with any pie on offer!
  • Porcupine Pub & Grille

    3698 East Fort Union Boulevard Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 942 5555
    For the high-brow diner, this place fixes up a sassy Filet Mignon. For the casual diner, there are pizzas, sandwiches and pastas. Drink options include 20 varieties of beer, and dessert-lovers select from sweets ranging from tiramasu to vanilla bean ice cream. Although there is something for most everyone, including a separate children's menu, this pub caters to an adult clientele. Fans should be sure to visit the gift counter for Porcupine Pub & Grille shirts and hats.
  • The Roof Restaurant

    15 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84150 United States - Phone: +1 801 539 1911
    Located in the center of downtown Salt Lake City, this classy restaurant overlooks historic Temple Square and offers a beautiful view of the Salt Lake Temple. The Roof restaurant combines elegant dining with the ease and variety of a buffet. The buffet and main course vary according to season, but buffet choices often include prime rib, poached salmon, fruits, salads and pastas. The restaurant also offers a large dessert buffet. Alcoholic beverages are not served.
  • Claim-Jumper Steakhouse

    1267 South Main Street Heber City, UT 84032 United States - Phone: +1 435 654 4661
    Claim-Jumper Steakhouse has moved from old Park City Hotel to its new location in Heber City. While a simple menu, including the baked Idaho mushrooms, satisfy vegetarian taste buds, most diners come here for the massive portions of meat. Top sirloin, buffalo T-bone and king crab remain favorites, as does the rack of baby back ribs. All dinners include salad, potatoes and bread, and a full liquor menu is available.
  • Club Manhattan

    5 East 400 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 7651
    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.
  • Panda Restaurant

    1701 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 485 3226
    This restaurant offers a pleasant dining experience. Most diners who visit come here for the "One Time Through" barbecue. Upon ordering this dish, diners are given a fairly large bowl, which they can fill to their hearts' content with beef, chicken, pork, noodles, vegetables, and seasoning. Then the patrons hand their food to the cook and watch as it is masterfully tossed and sizzled to perfection. This restaurant is endowed with a state liquor license, and a variety of domestic and imported beers will complement your meal.
  • Amici's della Cucina

    3318 South Decker Lake Drive West Valley City, UT 84123 United States - Phone: +1 801 973 2200
    Located just outside of Salt Lake in West Valley City, this restaurant offers fine Italian cuisine in a refined atmosphere. The first thing patrons notice here is the decor, complete with a fountain, garden arbors, and overhead grapevines. The varied menu includes traditional Italian favorites, as well as several appetizers and salads; all very good without being terribly expensive.
  • Benihana

    165 South West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 2421
    Complete with hibachi-style dining tables, this well-known restaurant is one of Salt Lake's finest Japanese eateries and includes a popular karaoke bar which dominates one corner of the restaurant. Dinner is much more expensive, but its worth it as each meal is prepared separately by an expert chef, right at your table. This renowned chain offers a selection of alcoholic beverages, domestic or imported, which complement the exceptional food you will be graciously served.
  • Pardner's Civilized Fish and Steak Emporium

    4668 South Holladay Boulevard Holladay, UT 84117 United States - Phone: +1 801 272 8851
    This restaurant is exactly what its full name implies, more rustic, cozy, and full of antique charm. Settle into one of the oversized wingback chairs or sit in the covered wagon, and feast on tender, flavoured steak, Southwestern chicken, grilled halibut, or one of several crisp salads. A variety of alcoholic beverages are on the menu, both domestic and imported. The décor is anything but rigid or ordinary. The walls, floors, and ceilings are adorned with everything from antique movie projectors to gumball machines.
  • Gandolfo's New York Deli

    158 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 3354
    This small deli in the heart of Salt Lake offers patrons terrific New-York-style sandwiches and salads at a Salt Lake price. Once inside, however, you will likely find a noisy crowd of "nine-to-fivers" enjoying one of more than 40 different sandwiches. For a hefty appetite, the Godfather sandwich is a guaranteed pleaser. It features a breast of chicken and melted mozzarella, topped with a zesty marinara sauce. There are also several satisfying salads on the menu. Alcohol is not available.
  • WH Brumby's

    224 South 1300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 581 0888
    For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this popular spot offers gourmet, homemade food at very reasonable prices. Delicious breakfasts and dinners grace the menu, but lunchtime is likely the busiest hour. For vegetable lovers, there are grilled portobello mushrooms and eggplant. For others, the apple cider glazed salmon is a good choice. Wasatch beers are on tap, as well as gourmet coffees and wine. Students and professors alike love to gaze out the large front window while they enjoy a quiet meal.
  • Cinegrill

    344 South 300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 4900
    If you dine here, you will enjoy live music every night while choosing from a varied menu of salads, pastas, pizza, meats, and seafood. This is a favorite of the locals, featuring a boneless, skinless chicken breast, flavoured with Italian seasoning and freshly grated Romano cheese. The meat is then drizzled with primavera sauce and topped with melted provolone. This dish, along with many others, comes with a side of spaghetti or lasagne, tossed salad and minestrone soup. Domestic and imported beers are on tap.
  • Ciao! Italian Restaurant

    834 East 9400 South Sandy, UT 84094 United States - Phone: +1 801 571 8282
    This is one of the better restaurants in Sandy. With a clean, crisp, casual atmosphere, the ambiance is pleasant without being overdone. The food is very good, especially the New York steak and pizzaole. You can enjoy a broiled New York steak piled with sautéed peppers, onions and mushrooms, accompanied by fresh vegetables and pasta. In addition to this favorite dish, you will find hearty soups, hefty sandwiches, and crisp salads, along with the usual pastas and pizza.
  • Confetti's

    4751 South Holladay Boulevard Holladay, UT 84117 United States - Phone: +1 801 272 9111
    Do not judge this restaurant by its exterior. The atmosphere inside this establishment is simple, cozy, and art-nouveau, with colorful "confetti" stripes adorning the walls. The menu includes all the Italian dishes you would expect, such as eggplant Parmigiana, lasagne, and chicken picatta, plus Middle-Eastern favourites like the falafel and couscous. There are two small dining rooms, and the service is friendly and attentive. The food is very good, and though the wine list is quite limited, there are a few nice wines that should complement your meal.
  • China Grill

    6207 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 277 5858
    Come in and enjoy sit-down dining or order delivery or take-out from this casual Chinese grill. The menu at China Grill includes the expected Chinese fare, such as sweet and sour chicken or pork, teriyaki beef, lemon chicken, stir fry and fried or steamed rice. Also available is a delicious cashew chicken salad and a yummy crabmeat soup. Dinner combinations for families, pairs, or groups are on the list as well. This is a great place for an affordable family meal. Alcohol is not served.
  • Mazza Middle Eastern Cuisine

    1515 South 1500 East Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 484 9259
    Although most people choose this restaurant for Middle-Eastern take-out, it is a pleasant, very casual eating experience with simple, yet contemporary charming décor. The falafels are made from scratch, then flavoured and fried to perfection. Wrapped in a pita and served with cucumbers, tomatoes, and tahini, the falafel is a steal. The side dishes are very good, and are perfect accompaniments to the main dishes or sandwiches, especially the potato harra. No liquor is served.
  • Wagonmaster Steak Company

    5485 South Vine Street Murray, UT 84107 United States - Phone: +1 801 269 1178
    Grab your partner and head for a great Western dining adventure. This is no ordinary restaurant or steakhouse; it also includes a saloon, a jail, and an Old West village. Diners at Wagonmaster Steak Company sit in covered wagons and feast on top-quality steaks, chicken, ribs, seafood, kabobs, and salads. The ceiling is full of twinkling stars and stuffed critters abound. Be careful on your way to your wagon, as you might walk into one of the many burning campfires, or get caught in the crossfire of one of the staged gunfights.
  • Hunan Garden Restaurant

    2121 East 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84109 United States - Phone: +1 801 486 8088
    It may not look like much from the outside, but inside you will find a comfortable, casual, fairly nice place to eat. Chinese trees and décor adorn the small lobby and artificial flowers rest on each table. As for the food, the cashew chicken is very tasty, as are the sweet and sour dishes. Service is gracious and fairly quick. Although it is not particularly fancy, this Chinese establishment will give you what you expect and maybe more, for a price. Alcohol is not available.
  • Kenji Japanese Grill

    45 East 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 519 2378
    This small Japanese café is very popular with downtowners who want a quick, inexpensive bite, but not the usual burger and fries. There are small booths and tables inside the brightly painted walls and outdoor seating is available on the patio. However, since the place is small, you would be wise to try the drive-thru. Inside orders are taken at the counter, and your number will be shouted when your food is ready. The teriyaki chicken bowl is quite popular, as is the limited selection of sushi.
  • Crusty's Restaurant and Bakery

    1355 East 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 466 3190
    This local favorite features fresh-baked pastries, hot waffles with fruit and rich Eggs Benedict. If breakfast is your favorite meal of the day, your next morning meeting or other breakfast gathering should be held at this home-style restaurant and bakery in Sugar House. Serving lunch and dinner, but best known for its excellent morning meals, Crusty's Restaurant and Bakery is a classier alternative to Denny's or Village Inn. This is a pleaser for the entire family.
  • Sandy Carver's Steaks & Chops

    10720 South Holiday Park Drive Sandy, UT 84070 United States - Phone: +1 801 572 5177
    If you are looking for the best steak in the Salt Lake Valley, you just might hit the jackpot at this classy, upscale restaurant in Sandy. The décor is tasteful, clean, and classic, with high-polish tables and chairs and crisp linens at Sandy Carver's Steaks & Chops. The New York steak is so tender it almost melts away, and the Filet Mignon is at its flavored best. The wine list is worth a close look as well. You might not get the quantity of food you expect for the price, but the quality is worth every penny.
  • Rusted Sun Pizzeria

    2010 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 483 2120
    Both booth and counter seating as well as a TV set, make for a homey feel at Rusted Sun Pizzeria. There is plenty of pizza on the menu, of course, along with calzones, pastas, sandwiches and crisp salads. Be sure to order one of the specialty house pizzas, or even create your own with toppings from A to Z. Each pizza is made to order on a New York-style crust and is smothered in whole-milk mozzarella. There is also a handful of different pizza sauces to choose from. Domestic and imported beers are on draft.
  • Red Banjo Pizza Parlour

    322 Main Street Park City, UT 84060 United States - Phone: +1 435 649 9901
    The casual, even cluttered, space inside this Park City pizzeria makes it look like exactly what it is: a perfect blend of saloon and pizza parlour. At Red Banjo Pizza Parlour, pizza is the top choice here, but sandwiches, pasta, salads and appetizers are available as well. The pizza is an old-fashioned favorite, with a crispy crust and huge amounts of gooey cheese. Not hungry enough for a whole pie? Order by the slice and wash it down with one of the domestic or local beers on tap. Take-out is available as well as local delivery.
  • Grapevine Restaurant

    129 North 100 East Logan, UT 84321 United States - Phone: +1 435 752 1977
    Fresh floral arrangements and white linens adorn the tables and a fresh variety of dinner choices grace the menu. Dishes are somewhat seasonal with a Mediterranean and Asian appeal. The pork tamale is among the most popular dishes, as is the tenderloin steak and roast duck. The sauces are light and flavourful. Grapevine Restaurant is owned and operated by chef Bill Oblock, who pays attention to each small detail in preparation and presentation.
  • Little World

    1356 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 5213
    With an offbeat ambiance and barbecued poultry hanging in the corner on display for buyers, this Salt Lake Chinese restaurant, Little World, seems more typical of Chinatown. The menu begins with the typical Chinese choices and progresses to a daring selection of unfamiliar dishes and ingredients. For a spicy, enjoyable entrée, the General Tso's chicken is a good choice, accented by slices of carrot and cayenne peppers. The shrimp dumplings are also a treat, and are served with egg noodle soup and beef stew.
  • The Point

    2000 Circle of Hope Salt Lake City, UT 84112 United States - Phone: +1 801 585 0616
    This café is hidden away on the sixth floor of the world-known Huntsman Cancer Institute near the University of Utah. The Point, a spacious triangular restaurant, is surrounded by windows, from which diners can look over the city while a high, pointed ceiling floats overhead. The food is served cafeteria style, but this is no "mom-and-pop" kind of place. Try the delicious Bay Shrimp Louie Salad or the incredible clam chowder. Hot meats are also on the menu, as well as pancakes, muffins, omelette's and delightful portobello mushroom sandwich.
  • Stoneground

    249 East 400 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 1368
    In its spacious spot near the downtown library, this pizzeria has an urban-chic feel, with exposed cement and steel, pool tables and a long counter. Owned by native New Yorkers, this unique, modern pizzeria has attracted a long list of loyal patrons. Big, New York-style pies are served up hot with fresh toppings and the salads and pastas are excellent choices for those who prefer to eat with a fork. For those who like beer with their pizza, several domestic and imported varieties are available at Stoneground.
  • Johanna's Kitchen

    9725 South State Street Sandy, UT 84070 United States - Phone: +1 801 566 1762
    The highlight of the menu at Johanna's Kitchen is breakfast, which can be ordered at any time. If you plan to order the country-fried steak and eggs, plan on wearing your elastic-waist pants, because you will likely be stuffed to the core. Lunches are made up of several different and large sandwiches, such as the Turkey Blaster (turkey, lettuce, tomato, and melted Swiss). Dinner is even bigger than lunch or breakfast. Choices include halibut, chicken, pork chops, steak, and some other basics.
  • Mother Urban's Ratskeller

    625 Main Street Park City, UT 84060 United States - Phone: +1 435 615 7200
    The ambience of Mother Urban's Ratskeller is true to the mining town's history with the feeling of a somewhat classier miners' pub. Rock masonry and comfortable wood furnishings enhance the casual, friendly feel. Some food is available, but the domestically made burritos are the most popular item and can be microwaved to your specifications. You also have your choice of beers from 17 different countries and a good selection of spirits. Live music can be heard each Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, consisting mostly of jazz, or acoustic.
  • Royal Eatery

    379 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 4301
    This large, casual eatery in downtown Salt Lake is well known for its enormous menu. The huge selection of food is cooked to order, so be prepared to wait a few minutes for your meal. The Greek platters are a favorite here, and include gyros, fries and a salad. The Royal Burger, topped with pastrami, is also a hit. There are several salads on the menu at Royal Eatery, a few of which seem a little small and plain. The fries and onion rings, however, are top notch. No credit cards are accepted.
  • Ly Ly Vietnamese Restaurant

    1839 West 3500 South West Valley City, UT 84119 United States - Phone: +1 801 972 4177
    If you are planning a trip to West Valley or anywhere else in the Salt Lake area, treat yourself to the authentic Vietnamese and Asian food at Ly Ly Vietnamese Restaurant. The place is simply decorated, and if you blink while passing by, you might miss it. With its bright lights and orange booths, the interior looks like it may have been a diner back in the '50s. Lots of Vietnamese families come here for the authentic dishes, especially the delicious egg and spring rolls. No alcohol is served.
  • The King's English Bookstore

    1511 South 1500 East Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 484 9100
    People who love bookstores feel like they have found what has been missing at the discount chain bookstores when they walk in. This is what bookstores are meant to be. The owners are committed to keeping the spirit of the bookstore experience alive and have been involved in sponsoring readings by some of the nation's most popular writers (most recently Isabel Allende spoke about Daughter of Fortune). Coffee is always on, the shelves are full to overflowing, comfortable chairs await you and a genuinely knowledgeable staff await book lovers.
  • Nordstrom Rack

    2236 South 1300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 484 8880
    Although there are three real Nordstrom department stores in Utah, many of the best Nordstrom bargains are found here. One of the nation's two dozen off-price stores, it is located in the Sugarhouse Center shopping area. Here you will find a variety of name brand clothing and accessories, all at a discount price. Get the quality garments you want at a great price. The clothing is new, but limited in size or out-of-season. This is the reason you can pick up a deal next time you are shopping.
  • Golden Braid Bookstore

    151 South 500 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 1162
    It is a sensory delight to shop here whether one buys anything or not. The store carries an enormous selection of books dealing with the spiritual and metaphysical realms of life, as well as gifts, cards, and an excellent selection of CDs. Gentle fountains, hidden corner couches, and the aromas wafting into the bookstore from the adjacent Oasis Cafe (The) are all strong inducements to spend several hours in pursuit of refreshing one's mind and spirit.
  • Mormon Handicraft

    15 West South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 355 2141
    Throughout the past half-century, visitors to this shop have experienced the unique folk art, "women's work" and crafts of Utah. Organized during the Great Depression by the Mormon Church's Relief Society, it has survived into the 21st century through its preservation of many vanishing home arts such as quilting, tatting, trapunto and hardanger. It is truly a one-of-a-kind source for handmade products that transcend the centuries. Come here to find a gift unique to Utah.
  • Western Nut Company

    434 South 300 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 363 8869
    This local mail-order company was founded in 1966 and has been producing high-quality gifts ever since. The quaint factory store stacks shelves with the complete catalog selection as well as extra goodies such as specialty candies, raw nuts, gift items and the valleys largest selection of nutcrackers. Corporate gifts are a specialty here and gift-packaged nut selections make great gifts for those at home. Send a care package to a loved one far away and make them smile.
  • South Towne Center

    10450 South State Street Sandy, UT 84070 United States - Phone: +1 801 572 1516
    A lovely indoor carousel sets the tone for this 150-store shopping mall, the largest in Utah. South Towne is anchored by department stores like Dillard's, JC Penney and Mervyn's. Adjacent stores include Barnes & Noble and Pier One. Utah souvenirs may be purchased at Vi's Hallmark. This shopping complex is family oriented, with family restrooms, child-sized bathrooms and nursing rooms. Do you need any more reasons for visiting this place?
  • Vosen's Bread Paradise

    249 West 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 2424
    Warm bread and warm smiles make this little downtown bakery the best in Salt Lake City. The baker uses only wholesome ingredients (no fat, sugar, or chemicals) to create a wide range of traditional loaves, including sourdough Bauernbrot, grainy Eifelbrot and dark rye. Sweet treats include apple streusel, hazelnut Nusskipferl and marmalade-toppped Berliners. Located just across from the Salt Lake City post office, it makes for a great place to stop after you have been standing in line waiting to send a package.
  • Haroon's

    50 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84144 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 5331
    With a unique collection of dresses, suits, jumpsuits and more, its line of imported clothing caters to a specific taste. The flowing rayon fabrics are often embellished with exquisite cut work or meticulous beading. The styles found here might be described as "resort dressing." In addition to the fabulous clothing, a wide range of accessories is also available in the shop. Ask one of the delightful associates to help you create the perfect outfit for that special occasion. You will not be disappointed.
  • Pebbles In My Pocket

    1132 South State Orem, UT 84097 United States - Phone: +1 801 226 2632
    This wonderful scrapbook store, Pebbles In My Pocket, offers a great selection of patterned paper, die cuts, card stock, novelty edging scissors, photo corners, templates and acid free supplies for creative scrap booking. The store also carries its signature "Pebbles in my Pocket" line of totes and cases for storing and carrying scrapbook supplies. Classes are offered each week for a nominal fee and a workroom is also available for patron use. Call for reservations and scheduling.
  • Fashion Place Mall

    6191 South State Street Murray, UT 84107 United States - Phone: +1 801 262 9448
    This shopping mall is located near the junction of I-15 and I-215, at the heart of the Salt Lake Valley. Anchored by Nordstrom, Dillard's and Sears, this one stop shopping mall also houses Victoria's Secret, See's Candies, the Gap, the Limited Too, Motherhood Maternity, the Body Shop, Eddie Bauer and many independently owned clothing stores, shoe stores, jewelers and specialty shops. During the holiday season, hours are extended.
  • Valley Fair Mall

    3601 South 2700 West West Valley City, UT 84119 United States - Phone: +1 801 969 6211
    Valley Fair Mall is a 782,641 square foot; single-level regional shopping center located in West Valley City, Utah. It was constructed in 1970 on the southwest corner of the I-215 belt route and 3500 south in the Salt Lake Valley. Valley Fair Mall hosts approximately 120 in-line shops, a 13 bay/450 seat food court and a nine-screen Cinemark movie theatre. As of spring 2009 the site anchors include: Macy's, JCPenney, and Costco.
  • Salt Lake To Go

    90 South West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 521 2822
    Located just inside the Salt Palace Convention Center, this central city shop offers one stop souvenir shopping. Travelers can purchase Salt Lake City souvenirs and Beehive Honey. Whether you are just visiting the area or live here as a full time resident, this shop is a great novelty. Visitors should be sure to stop in at the Salt Lake Visitor's Information Center next door, where information specialists, towers of local business brochures and historical displays educate the interested.
  • Great Harvest Bread Company

    905 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 2323
    Great Harvest Bread Company serves a variety of fresh baked breads to a loyal daily crowd. Wafting aromas of sweet breads entice the hungry through the shop's doors to sample the specials of the day, and very few of those sample seekers leave without at least a loaf in hand. The bakery's menu changes according to day and season to highlight such originals as Carrot-Poppy, Potato-Dill and Nacho Mama breads. Standards such as four grain oat and honey-wheat are available every day and outdoor seating is available in warm weather.
  • Brown Eyed Susan

    425 East 100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 355 8650
    Enter into the confines of an old mansion listed on the National Historic Register and discover the refined charm of this upscale clothing store for children. Brown Eyed Susan is a specialty shop with three floors of refined children's wear created by Europe's foremost designers. Come just to look, or open your wallet and dress your boys and girls in the finest togs for youngsters offered in Salt Lake County. You will be amazed at the quality of children's clothing you will find here.
  • Blue Cockatoo Gallery

    1005 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 4023
    Blue Cockatoo offers a wide variety of eclectic art created by local artisans. Featured items include paintings, pottery, metal sculptures, jewellery and scented candles. The local works offered at this specialty boutique are very reasonably priced for the quality, and the constantly revolving inventory means there is always a variety of new items to discover. Come in and browse or purchase a piece unique to Utah to add to your own collection.
  • Gentler Times Quilt Shop

    4880 South Highland Circle Salt Lake City, UT 84117 United States - Phone: +1 801 277 9233
    Gentler Times Quilt Shop occupies a house built in 1870. Shoppers will find a wide variety of antique quilts fashioned from traditional period patterns dating from 1800 to 1930. Within the confines of this small shop, guests will find rare Amish quilts and new, high-quality quilts from India displaying fine craftsmanship and design. There are quilting and doll-making classes, as well as quilting books, new fabrics, patterns, quilt-making supplies, glassware, primitive art and many unusual gift items.
  • Farmers Market

    300 South 300 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 359 5118
    This colorful Farmers Market offers a wide array of locally grown fruits and vegetables, cheese, meats, fresh baked goods, honey, candies, flowers, plants and handmade goods. While most vendors are private citizens, a few local businesses offer tastes of their baked goods in hopes of bringing in more business during the week. The town gathers in Pioneer Park each Saturday morning to hunt for great deals on tasty foods, to check out local crafts and to meet friends and family for a great day out.
  • Orions Music Of Salt Lake

    878 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 531 8181
    This hip shop offers both new and used music. Stop by Orions Music Of Salt Lake and shop or plop down in the listening lounge and listen to any CD you like. The employees here are helpful and friendly, and they know what they are talking about. Peruse the amazing selection of your favorite category (they are all here), and if you need help finding what you are looking for, let one of the employees know. They can also order it for you if it is not in stock.
  • Bill Loya

    4698 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84117 United States - Phone: +1 801 456 8811
    If you want designer clothing, but want to avoid mall noise or crowds, Bill Loya is just for you. You will find designer apparel, shoes and accessories, plus an upscale, refined group of shoppers. But, if a bargain is what you are after, you may be better off at the mall. This place caters to the wealthy crowd, so bring your charge cards and rest assured that you will not see someone else wearing the same dress at your next dinner party.
  • Pib's Exchange

    2144 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 484 7996
    This small, rowdy clothing shop caters to a young crowd with limited funds. With edgy styles, devoid of all refinement, there is an equal mix here of new and used clothing and accessories. If you want to create a unique personal style with very little money, you will find what you are looking for at Pib's Exchange.
  • Richelle's Designer Shoes & Fashions

    4699 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84117 United States - Phone: +1 801 272 3111
    The main floor of Richelle's Designer Shoes & Fashions is for women, while the men do their shopping on the lower floor. The top floor houses a spa, so you can be pampered between purchases. The women's department includes suits and a wide selection of cruise wear. The men's department includes business wear, shirts, suits, slacks and some sportswear. There is a very good selection of high-end ties for men and designer shoes for women.
  • Interior Motives

    2144 Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 9137
    If you are looking for a fantastic piece of furniture, this store will fit your needs. Located in the artistic 9th and 9th neighbourhood, Interior Motives offers great home furnishings. Window shop for ideas on how to decorate your home and be inspired by what you see. Come in to browse the intimate settings and picture your house with the perfect dining set or bed frame. If these items are too pricey, take home a candle or homemade soap souvenir.
  • The Children's Hour

    928 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 359 4150
    Nestled in the 9th and 9th district, this bookstore offers a magical glimpse into childhood. Grown-ups can wander in and reminisce about beloved books of the past, or bring their own children in to discover the joys of reading. The shop holds more than just books though; it also carries a few novelty toys and special clothing items for children and mothers-to-be. Spend a Saturday afternoon meandering through the shelves with your inner child.
  • Hip & Humble Home

    1043 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 3130
    Filled with home decor and candles, this is the place to go when you want to find that perfect treasure. Decorate your own home, but also remember the great gift-giving ideas you will find here. Friends will wonder where you have been when you come back with an armful of ideas. Put into practice what you see displayed in the store and make it your own, or take home some sensational smelling fragrances in the form of candles.
  • Grunts and Postures

    779 East 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 521 3202
    If you are looking for an individual outfit, you have come to the right place. Here you will find clothing for all of your non-conformist needs. Mix and match one-of-a-kind vintage items for an outfit. The clothing is affordable and tried-and-true. You will feel at home in the hip atmosphere. Come here to shop when you need ideas; you will find something different each time you visit. Or, if you have your own special clothing, you may be able to exchange it for something else that strikes your fancy.
  • Experienced Books

    2150 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 0258
    Are big bookstores after your bucks? Experience a new kind of bookstore where the books matter. Used bookstores give readers a real bargain. The owners here buy, sell, and trade books. After you have finished reading, bring it in to get money for your next book or trade it straight across for a new favorite read. You can afford to furnish your own library with these bargain books. Come in to browse and enjoy the atmosphere of great music and books and take time to pet the resident cats, Jack and Alex.
  • Salt Lake Antiques

    279 East 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 322 1273
    Walk into the wilds of Africa and trek amongst heads of moose and gazelle. Get lost in forests of wooden antique cabinetry. That is what it will feel like when you open the door. Its buyers travel the world in search of rare treasures and bring them back to one convenient location for you. Most people never have the opportunity to see many of the things that the world has to offer. Thanks to this antique shop, you now have the world's riches at your fingertips.
  • Salt Lake Costume Company

    1701 South 1100 East Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 9494
    Putting on a play or skit for a company function? Come and find the perfect wardrobe for all of your business or community theater needs. Shopping at thrift stores can be limiting, but not here. Wardrobes from all time periods are available to rent and authentically made. Step out in Shakespeare garb and impress your audience. Even if your performance is not up to par, your classic costumes will still get a standing ovation. Make sure your audience applauds you next time you are on stage.
  • Anthony's Antiques & Fine Art

    401 East 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 2231
    If you never make it to The Louvre in Paris, this is the next best thing. The building used to be a church, but it now houses antiques from around the world. Look up as you walk in and marvel at the beautiful stained-glass skylight. There are four floors, including the basement, and all are full of priceless statues and furniture from kings past. You will be amazed at all the owners have managed to fit into one building. Make a day of it or spend a day on each floor.
  • Graywhale CD Exchange

    208 South 1300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 583 9626
    With music store moguls around every corner, you may want to abandon your music needs altogether because of the crowds and the prices. If that is the case, come here for new and used CDs of all styles. Come in to the quiet atmosphere and browse the wide selection or trade in some of your old tunes. You also have the option of listening to the CD before you purchase it. If you want to avoid the store but still want the music, take the more convenient route and shop online.
  • Blue Boutique Lingerie & Gifts

    1383 East 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 485 2072
    On the corner of 21st South and Highland Drive, you will find many small shops, perfect for a Saturday window-shopping stroll. This is one of these stops and is a great place to look for gift-giving ideas. If you have got a special partner, you may want to buy some exotic lingerie. There are many choices of style; even if your mate is modest, something here will match their personality. The staff will help pick something perfect if you have trouble deciding.
  • The Southwest Shop & Gallery

    914 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 531 8523
    Salt Lake now has its own Santa Fe. Southwestern style is all the rage in art, furnishings, decorations, and clothing. Find what works for you in this original place. Combine your own style with a Southwestern piece here and there. You no longer have to drive all the way to the desert to find those turquoise and terra cotta colors that you crave; stop by the 9th and 9th neighborhood instead. You will save time and you can shop in an air-conditioned store.
  • Sulisha Creations

    2144 South Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 809 7444
    The ancient art of belly dancing comes to life in this store. Whether you are a beginner or an old pro at belly dancing, you will find everything you need right here. If you dance professionally, Sulisha carries finely decorated costumes made especially for the art form of belly dancing, with sequins and small noise makers. Beginners can find instructional videos here, as well as actual belly dance classes. Come to learn something new in this comfortable environment.
  • Sam Weller's Books

    665 East 600 South Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 2586
    This is the most famous bookstore in Utah and offers much more than books. Upstairs you will find a section dedicated to LDS books, rare reads and more delicate papers. Downstairs resembles a regular bookstore, but the selection is much more diverse. Visiting authors come here to read from their newest manuscripts and are available for a question and answer time afterward, as well as booksigning. Tourists find the location convenient, right in the center of downtown on Main Street.
  • Gateway Center

    18 North Rio Grande Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 456 2000
    This mall is located adjacent to the Olympic Plaza, in the downtown neighborhood of Salt Lake City. Marked on the itinerary and maps of avid shoppers, it offers premium brands and reasonably priced purchases. Restaurants located inside the mall let you fuel up so that your shopping spree continues unabated. A large parking lot is available too.
  • American Eagle Outfitters

    137 South Rio Grande Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 456 0475
    If value for money is what drives your purchase, there can be no better place for you other than American Eagle Outfitters. This is a complete apparel store right from shoes to accessories and lingerie to clothes available for men and women. Get in sync with the latest fashion trends or else simply redefine fashion and 'mix n match' your own set of clothes. The thought behind American Eagle Outfitters is to raise the bar of expectation and experience.
  • Fleet Feet Sports

    368 North 750 West American Fork, UT 84003 United States - Phone: +1 801 756 5800
  • Cottonwood Cyclery

    2594 Bengal Boulevard Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 801 942 1015
  • City Creek Center

    50 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 238 5320

    For a fantastic shopping experience, come to City Creek Center where you can find international brands, great bargains and scrumptious restaurants. This shopping center is perfect for pedestrians with a skybridge and stunning visuals, including a creek that runs across the venue. City Creek Center also has a retractable roof, so you can shop rain or shine. 

  • Koo De Ker

    1037 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 359 4870
    Giant sunglasses, flowing summer dresses, distressed denim, statement jewelry and perfectly tailored blouses are just some of the fashion forward pieces you'll find at this Salt Lake City boutique. There's a reason Koo De Ker is a local favorite, everything carefully curated inside this trendy store has been picked out with the fashion obsessed in mind from lines found in NYC and LA. Even popular premium denim labels can be found here. So stop in and find the perfect addition for your wardrobe. 
  • Name Droppers Resale Clothing and Co.

    3355 Highland Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 486 1128
    This upscale designer wear consignment store is where Salt Lake City locals flock to find premium labels at steal of a deal prices. Everything is like-new condition with an emphasis on current styles. The consignment goods are from the likes of on-the-cusp fashion forward cities like Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco and Houston. Find everything from formal wear to shoes, bags and premium denim. 
  • Q Clothing Boutique

    215 East Broadway Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 474 2000
    This locally owned Salt Lake City boutique is known for their premium denim selection and fashion savvy selection of women's clothing from local designers and labels. Aside from cute clothes, Q Clothing Boutique also carries jewelry, perfume, shoes, hats, wallets and other such accessories. They even feature impressive art from local artists. 
  • Fresh Boutique

    870 East 900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84105 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 3459
    Expand your wardrobe and find fashion forward pieces by the likes of RVCA, Mink Pink, Pendleton, Red Wing and more at this popular Salt Lake City boutique. Carrying pieces for both men and women, the Fresh Boutique is all about being one step ahead of the fashion curve. Find this seasons cropped jean jackets, mens denim, flowing summer dresses and more. If you can't make it to the shop, their online store is updated regularly.
  • Unhinged

    1121 East 2100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 6588
    Specializing in carrying local brands, artists, designers, and lines, Unhinged is a popular Salt Lake City boutique catering to fashion forward men and women. Find unique up-cycle products, accessories and one-of-a-kind pieces at this charming shop. Featuring both edgy and vintage pieces , Unhinged doesn't limit its clientele to any particular style. Aside from clothing, the shop also offers oddities and assortments that make great gifts.
  • Utah Woolen Mills Clothiers

    59 West South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 1851
    In the business for almost 100 years, the Lloyd family is the owners of the Utah Woolen Mills Clothiers in Salt Lake City. Carrying top of the line, upscale brands for both men and women, locals know this is the place to go to update their wardrobes. An onsite tailor will nip and tuck and make sure your purchases fit like a glove. From dress shirts and suits to cocktail dresses and blouses, Utah Woolen Mills Clothiers will have you looking your best. 
  • Elemente

    353 Pierpont Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 355 7400
    Find mid century modern and quirky pieces at this unique antique shop in Salt Lake City. Far from the normal home wear boutiques that are all sporting chevron and owls these days, Elemente features one-of-a-kind pieces you won't see elsewhere. Housed in an old warehouse that oozes charm, this large storefront features an array of home goods from tables and lamps to gorgeous navy blue velvet chaise lounges and funky bookends and framed artwork. With new arrivals each week, theres always some new treasures to find. 
  • Decades

    627 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 537 1357
    Need the perfect costume for your next themed party? Or do you just need something funky and different from all the mainstream garb that liters the malls and stores these days? Then Decades in Salt Lake City is the place for you! This charming secondhand shop has hidden treasures galore, from vintage cowboy boots, flapper cocktail style beaded dress and costume jewelry to furs, ornate over-the-top hats and more.
  • Diabolical Records

    238 Edison Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 792 9204
    Diabolical Records is the dream of husband and wife duo, Adam Tye and Alana Boscan. Such was their love for their pet project that they set up shop in a shipping container and later moved to a modest space in the Granary District. This is among the best place to find vinyls that are rare and limited. They also have record and cassette players in their inventory. They have an impressive collection from labels like slr, Burger Records,Siltbreeze, Woodsist, Goner, Slumberland and Hozac. They host free concerts on Fridays featuring local musicians.
  • Hard Rock Cafe

    505 South 600 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 7625
    Located at the Trolley Square shopping center, this ever-popular favorite draws young crowds comprised of locals and tourists alike. Guests enter the darkened restaurant to a barrage of music memorabilia. The menu consists of traditional American dishes and burgers of various kinds are their specialty. Liquor and wine are served with a food order and guests can enjoy meals on the patio during the summer. For those wishing to partake only of alcoholic beverages, an inexpensive temporary membership in the Hark Rock private club is required.
  • The Roof Restaurant

    15 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84150 United States - Phone: +1 801 539 1911
    Located in the center of downtown Salt Lake City, this classy restaurant overlooks historic Temple Square and offers a beautiful view of the Salt Lake Temple. The Roof restaurant combines elegant dining with the ease and variety of a buffet. The buffet and main course vary according to season, but buffet choices often include prime rib, poached salmon, fruits, salads and pastas. The restaurant also offers a large dessert buffet. Alcoholic beverages are not served.
  • Club Manhattan

    5 East 400 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 7651
    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.
  • Cinegrill

    344 South 300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 4900
    If you dine here, you will enjoy live music every night while choosing from a varied menu of salads, pastas, pizza, meats, and seafood. This is a favorite of the locals, featuring a boneless, skinless chicken breast, flavoured with Italian seasoning and freshly grated Romano cheese. The meat is then drizzled with primavera sauce and topped with melted provolone. This dish, along with many others, comes with a side of spaghetti or lasagne, tossed salad and minestrone soup. Domestic and imported beers are on tap.
  • Liquid Joe's

    1249 East 3300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 801 467 5637
    Liquid Joe's is a very popular hangout for anyone who likes to hear good music while playing pool, dancing and drinking beer. The dance floor is fairly large and suitable for swing dancing or general jumping around. Bands from all around perform here, as well as local groups with a good following. On most nights there is a live show happening. A number of domestic and imported beers are on tap. Cover charges are subject to a change, depending on who is performing.
  • Mother Urban's Ratskeller

    625 Main Street Park City, UT 84060 United States - Phone: +1 435 615 7200
    The ambience of Mother Urban's Ratskeller is true to the mining town's history with the feeling of a somewhat classier miners' pub. Rock masonry and comfortable wood furnishings enhance the casual, friendly feel. Some food is available, but the domestically made burritos are the most popular item and can be microwaved to your specifications. You also have your choice of beers from 17 different countries and a good selection of spirits. Live music can be heard each Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, consisting mostly of jazz, or acoustic.
  • Paper Moon

    3737 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 713 0678
    Paper Moon in Salt Lake City stands as proof that the lesbian community is alive and well in Utah. Most of the female clientèle are involved and impassioned about important social issues, but this seriousness never prevents a good time from being had by all. Dozens of activities such as cheap date nights dot the calendar and party people can enjoy a light meal and an alcoholic beverage while talking with friends, old and new.
  • O' Shucks Bar and Grill

    22 East 100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 596 8600
    This bar and grill in downtown Salt Lake has become a local staple for all the good stuff. Recently remodelled to include a fine sushi restaurant, you can choose to play casual in the bar side with some friends, or dine on the fresh sushi in town. Everything from the bar kitchen is homemade, with a fairly extensive menu. The beer-battered fish and chips are a favorite, as is the Reuben sandwich and fish taco. The kitchen closes quite soon, so come early if you want dinner at O' Shucks Bar and Grill.
  • Monk's House of Jazz

    19 East 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 350 0950
    Located in the Walker Center downtown, next to Kinkos, this recent addition is catching on with the locals. Come in early between 3p to 8p and get half off of all bar fare, or play a game of pool for free. Thanks to the nightly shows and the abundance of jazz fans, this place is becoming known as Salt Lake City's premier jazz club. All shows start at 9:30p, but call ahead for a schedule. Free parking is available in the Walker Center after 6p, with parking validation.
  • Papiyons Club

    145 West Pierpont Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 0868
    In the popular Pierpont district is where you will find this club. A charge of $10 will get you a temporary membership, but if you will be in the area for an extended length of time, a $35 annual fee will save you some money in the long run. But, even if you have a membership, you may not get in. A strictly enforced dress code of designer duds may keep you out in the cold. Put on your best (dresses, button-down shirts, and jackets) and dance the night away.
  • Jeanne Wagner Theater

    138 West Broadway Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 355 2787
    The Jeanne Wagner Theater was born out of a community need that was recognized by The Performing Arts Coalition. Wagner, a businessman built this theater in memory of his beloved wife Jeanne. This large theater opened on March 31, 2001, and hosts concerts, plays and musicals, and is a part of Rose Wagner Center and the Salt Lake County Center for the Arts.
  • MoDiggity's

    3424 South State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 United States - Phone: +1 801 832 9000
    Visit MoDiggity's - the premier sports bar in U.S, exclusively for women. Boogie all night with a daily dose of live music at this place that's popular with gay women. Reserve a non-smoking lounge that offers you a intimate space for you and your partner.
  • Club Xscape

    115 South West Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84151 United States - Phone: +1 801 539 8400
    Club Xscape is the perfect escape after a long week of working when you simply want to unwind. Put on your dancing shoes and break a leg, and wave that mug of beer while your at it. DJ's keep the beat up with techno and hip-hop right upto the wee hours. The club has a full bar upstairs, a basement and a pop bar on the level floor. The club also serves as an event venue with great sound facilities and good lighting.
  • Area 51

    451 South 400 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 534 0819
    Area 51 is a spacious two-story dance club that appeals to the young and stylish crowd. The nightclub features two dance floors, two full-bars, outside patio, pool tables, dart boards and abundant seating area—so you can have fun even if you don't feel like dancing. At the bar, booze and cocktails keep flowing through the night and the music played spans different genres. Theme-parties, karaoke and concert events are held on Friday and Saturday night at the venue. The private club is for members only and admits only those over 18 years of age.
  • In The Venue (Club Sound)

    579 West 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 359 3219
    In The Venue is a local hangout for youngsters, since live punk and rock music shows are held frequently here. Cover charges vary according to events, but are usually not too high. With cheap well drinks, grab the first round for you and your group of friends and hit up the pool tables. Simple and unpretentious, this bar and music venue make for a popular hangout in Salt Lake City among the young crowd.
  • The Urban Lounge

    241 South 500 East Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 746 0557
    The Urban Lounge, one of the most happening music venues downtown Salt Lake City, attracts a variety of people from all walks of life. This hip joint features a range of high profile events featuring artists from all genres of music. If you plan for a night loaded with music, you can definitely head on to this funky place and have a great time.
  • Club Sound

    600 West 200 S Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 0255
    Club Sound promises guests upbeat music to groove till the wee hours. A multi-level space, this venue is well-equipped with funky interiors to further add to the vibrant ambiance. A gay-friendly place, this club is also a great spot to socialize with a cool crowd over premium drinks. Expect the best in electronic music spun by DJs. Apart from an indulgent partying scene, Club Sound hosts gigs and concerts by upcoming artists and bands on a regular basis.
  • The Woodshed

    60 East 800 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 364 0805
    Another one of the members only club, The Woodshed has a stage for performers and patio for patrons to sit back and relax. Smoking is not allowed here and you can enjoy some fresh air on the spacious patio. Games for the pool kinds and drinks for the spirited ones, this place even has a karaoke night on Sundays and Ladies Night happens on Wednesdays,
  • The Tavernacle Social Club

    201 East 300 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 519 8900
    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.
  • The Basement

    3109 Wall Avenue Ogden, UT 84401 United States
    If you are a music fan in Ogden, then the name, 'The Basement', will be a known entity. A vibrant part of the music scene in the city, The Basement is an all ages venue, so no matter how old you are, you can partake in the offerings here. If you want to checkout the local bands and musicians, then a stop here would be recommended. See the website or call to know more.
  • Cheers To You

    315 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 575 6400
    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! 
  • Metro Bar

    540 West 200 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 855 810 3516(Toll Free)
    Metro Bar with its industrial decor, themed nights, DJs and live music is a popular nightclub and bar in town. Though it is a gay club, everyone is welcome to have a good time here. Dance to house, hip-hop, metal and dance tracks at the trendy spot. There is no entry fee till 10.30p. Eclectic lighting, VIP rooms with individual bars and giant televisions at the bar area are some of the features of this place.
  • Utah College of Massage Therapy

    25 South 300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 800 521 3330
    Utah's first massage college is also considered one of the best bodywork schools in the nation. While the college's primary function is to train students in the art and profession of massage therapy, on the weekends the public is invited to take advantage of an open clinic and enjoy a 50-minute full-body massage from a student therapist. UCMT's in-house store, the Bodyworks Emporium, carry massage tables, scented massage oils, and other relaxation and rejuvenation tools.
  • The Gallivan Center

    239 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 532 6110
    Nestled in a square surrounded by skyscrapers, this outdoor city center offers an ongoing variety of events that change with the seasons and provide activities for visitors of all ages. Artwork in bronze relief, frequent concerts and an evolving glass-block bridge please those who like to watch their entertainment, while a giant chess board, a winter season ice-rink and numerous festivals entice those who prefer to participate. The amphitheater at Gallivan Center plays host to varied concerts throughout the year, including the popular Twilight Series offered Thursday evenings mid-July through mid-August.
  • Salt Palace Convention Center

    100 Southwest Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 534 4777
    This massive meeting facility spans a huge downtown city block and continues to expand with new construction. The convention center's 256,000 square feet of exhibition space boasts flexible walls that can create from one to six halls. The main ballroom encompasses 36,000 square feet, enough room to park 300 trucks, while 54 meeting rooms offer space for any size of crowd. The facility also boasts miles of fiber-optic cable enabling high-tech communications and satellite uplinks. Call ahead for events.
  • St. Mark's Hospital

    1200 East 3900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84124 United States - Phone: +1 801 268 7111
    St. Mark's is a leading cardiology research center that also offers oncology and orthopaedics. Women's health is a focus. There is an emergency room, as well as surgical and ambulance services. Parking on the north side of the hospital is available and there is also a parking garage on the west side.
  • Salt Lake Regional Medical Center

    1050 East South Temple Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States - Phone: +1 801 350 4111
    This is a gastroenterology research center, with same day surgery and Utah's only Brachy Therapy (cancer) treatment program. Trauma and emergency care services are also available. Parking is available off of South Temple in designated patient/visitor parking area.
  • University of Utah Hospital

    50 North Medical Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84112 United States - Phone: +1 801 585 3229
    Inpatient/outpatient services, emergency room, and Air-med service (two helicopters) are some of the services offered by this hospital. It is known for heart transplants and cardiac care and also specializes in cancer treatment. Parking is available; valet service is given to those with mobility impairments. UTA buses stop at the main entrance.
  • LDS Hospital

    8th Avenue and C Street Salt Lake City, UT 84143 United States - Phone: +1 801 408 1100
    This is a leading hospital sharing University of Utah School of Medicine medical residents and interns for training. Its clinical expertise is in cardiology, trauma, pulmonology and encology research and treatment. It is known for organ donation transplant center. Lifeflight and ambulance services are available.
  • Jon M Huntsman Center

    1825 East South Campus Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84112 United States - Phone: +1 801 581 8849
    Constructed in 1969, the Jon M Huntsman Center resembles a saucer from an aerial view. Don't let the pristine silver dome fool you, this place goes wild when the Utes' fans arrive to cheer the home team. Located on the campus of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, this stadium is the home arena of the Utah Utes college basketball team, and is built to hold 15,000 chair seats for sports fanatics. Graduation ceremonies, gymnastics championships and prestigious world sports events are some of the other events held at this venue.
  • Utah State Fair Park

    155 North 1000 West Salt Lake City, UT 84116 United States - Phone: +1 801 538 8440
    The Utah State Fair Park provides space for seminars, trade exhibits, dances, weddings, livestock shows, auctions and parties. It is a venue that has something to offer for everyone. Ski sales, cat shows, belly dancing classes, ceramic and doll shows to slot machine sales are some of the events that take place at this venue.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    2825 East Cottonwood Parkway Salt Lake City, UT 84121 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    147 West Election Road Draper, UT 84020 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    2150 South 1300 East Salt Lake City, UT 84106 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Diamond Airport Park (Park 'N Fly)

    50 South Redwood Road Salt Lake City, UT 84116 United States - Phone: +1 801 355 7275
    The Park 'N Fly Network is one of the industry's leading on-line booking engines for airport parking. With facilities nation-wide and growing, parking with Park 'N Fly is fast and easy. By booking your airport parking today you have the peace of mind in knowing that a parking space is reserved when you need it. You never have to worry that a location is full, or that the price is too expensive. The Park 'N Fly Network charges no service fees. Their lots are secure, convenient to the airport and have prompt pick-up/drop-off and helpful employees. To begin booking your airport parking simply click on their website and select the Airport that you wish to park from the drop down menu.
  • Apple Store

    10 South Rio Grande Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 456 1948
    Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Yellow Cab

    435 South 600 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 521 2100
    Yellow colored cabs are easier to spot on any major city's street. However, in a small place like Salt Lake City they are not as plentiful, so it is a good idea to call and reserve a ride. Yellow Cab company is one of the most reputed taxi companies out here, offering about 145 vehicles, all equipped with GPS to ensure quick dispatch. The rates are competitive and they specialize in providing sedans and minivans that are equipped with ski-racks for ski-resort transportation.
  • Ute Cab Company

    738 South 400 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 359 7788
    Ute Cab company is the oldest and most reputed local cab company in Salt Lake City. Their 24-hour service is very popular amongst tourists as well as locals. Whether you want to travel a short distance or long, you can avail their efficient and punctual service. Rates are economical and they manage corporate accounts too.
  • Salt Lake City Community College

    4600 South Redwood Road Salt Lake City, UT 84123 United States - Phone: +1 801 957 4111
    Sole mission of Salt Lake City Community College is to impart quality education to its students, and in that process bring about as much development as possible in other walks of life. This college boasts of a modern architecture and high-technology to match it. Several conference centers such the Karen Gail Miller Conference Center provide conferencing and banquet facilities that can be rented for private events as well. Vendor Hall and Corporate Training rooms are made along with catering facilities. All in all, a college that not only takes active interest in education but also in social and general progress of pupils.
  • Promontory Hall

    155 North 1000 West Salt Lake City, UT 84116 United States - Phone: +1 801 538 8400
    The Promontory Hall in Utah Fairpark is one of the most beautiful buildings in Utah. The building has red roofing and radiates style and elegance and is particularly famous for the Agriculture and horticulture fairs organized here. It has two storage facilities, a freezer and a usable area of 10,267 square feet which makes it the first choice for farm owners and associations to exhibit their produce. The wide door ways, tall ceiling and well-planned structure are some of the other architectural specialties of the building. Parking and food services are also available.
  • Salt Lake 2002 Visitors Center

    451 South 1400 East Salt Lake City, UT 84112 United States - Phone: +1 801 581 5445
    Visitors' Center is located in the University of Utah, in the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park. The facility offers the latest amenities which are well-suited for small and large functions. The place is rented out regularly. People renting this place whether for wedding receptions or corporate events, can also use the outside Cauldron Park area. The setting is intimate with comfortable seating and an easy laid-back ambiance.
  • Salt Lake City

    Salt Lake City Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 534 4900(Tourist Information)
    Popularly known as just 'Salt Lake' or 'SLC', this charming city was pushed into the limelight when the Winter Olympics were held here in 2002. Salt Lake City offers fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, modern facilities and "the best snow on earth". Known for its historic Mormon Temple Square, SLC also boasts of a culturally rich environment and a vibrant nightlife.
  • Holy Trinity Cathedral

    279 South 300 West Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 328 9681
    Built in 1923, the Holy Trinity Cathedral is alternately referred to as the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. It's origins began after Greek immigrants arrived in hordes to capitalize on the mining industry. The church community took shape which ultimately led to the formation of this stunning cathedral. Featuring on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places, it's little wonder that it features on the itinerary of every visitor to the city.
  • Provo

    Provo Provo, UT 84601 United States
    The third-largest city of Utah, and also ranking as one of the best cities for career, business and retirement; Provo, has enough reasons to lure the tourists. While here, one can explore the local history at the Reed O. Smoot House, watch a match at the Peaks Ice Arena and splurge at The Shops at Riverwoods. As the city is bounded by lakes and mountains, adventure enthusiasts get plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature by hiking, mountain biking and fishing or playing in one of the biggest water parks in Utah, Seven Peaks Water Park. All this along with the spectacular events like Festival Latinoamericano and Sego Festival, make a trip to this city a truly fulfilling experience for every traveler.
  • South Davis Recreation Center

    550 North 200 West Bountiful, UT 84010 United States - Phone: +1 801 298 6220
  • NuSkin

    75 West Center Street Provo, UT 84601-4432 United States - Phone: +1 800 487 1000(Toll Free)
  • Orem Fitness Center

    580 West 165 South Orem, UT 84058 United States - Phone: +1 801 229 7154 / +1 801 229 7156
  • Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center

    7500 South 2700 East Cottonwood Heights, UT 84121-4156 United States - Phone: +1 801 943 3190
  • University of Utah

    201 Presidents Circle Salt Lake City, UT 84112 United States - Phone: +1 801 581 7200
  • Premier Indoor Athletics

    1374 West 200 South Lindon, UT 84042 United States
  • West Jordan High School

    8136 South 2700 West West Jordan, UT 84088 United States - Phone: +1 801 256 5600
  • Westlake High School

    99 North Thunder Boulevard Saratoga Springs, UT 84045 United States - Phone: +1 801 610 8815
  • Edwards Private Court

    564 West Monta Vista Drive Mapleton, UT 84664 United States
  • Ogden

    Ogden Ogden, UT United States - Phone: +1 801 399 4357
  • Emigration Canyon

    Emigration Canyon Salt Lake City, UT 84108 United States
    Emigration Canyon is located at the Salt Lake County. Spread over 18.98 square miles, the Emigration Canyon only comprises of land and no water. Popularly known as the right place to take a grat drive on, this land is historic and offers camps, trails and also features a Hogle Zoo which comprises of summer camps and is of great entertainment to all the visitors and tourists.


  • Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd

    2374 Grant Avenue Ogden, UT 84401 United States - Phone: +1 801 392 8168
    The Episcopal Church of Good Shepherd is a spiritual church and welcomes all the people on a journey of spiritualism. The church gets it's strength from it's congregation which consists of people from different backgrounds, interests, statuses, etc. The church also teaches it's people to learn to respect others irrespective of their socio-economic statuses and race, it also focuses on the equality of men and women. It is a place where one can seek Christ.

  • Springville Presbyterian Church

    245 South 200 East Springville, UT 84663 United States - Phone: +1 801 489 4390
    The Springville Presbyterian Church is a beautiful church that is built way back in the 1890s era. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this church is also referred to as Springville Community Presbyterian Church.
  • South Temple Historic District

    South Temple Historic District Salt Lake City, UT 84102 United States
    The South Temple Hstoric District is a beautiful district featuring structures that are designed as per the architectural styles prevalent in that era. Churches, mansions, private homes and much more adds to this historical region. It was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
  • Japanese Church of Christ

    268 West 100 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101 United States - Phone: +1 801 363 3251
    This historic Japanese Church of Christ is a church that is built and designed in the Gothic Revival style. The church warmly welcomes one and all from the diverse community to honor and worship the Lord, through music, fellowship, and Bible preaching. The church also welcomes every individual to join in the praise and worship and to give thanks to the Lord.

  • Jefferson Avenue Historic District

    Jefferson Avenue Ogden, UT 84401 United States - Phone: +1 801 399 4357
    The Jefferson Avenue Historic District originally formed in the year 1998, was a historic district that featured several homes in all the Late Victorian, Late nineteenth and Early twentieth century American Movements. Comprising of several important structures or homes of the prominent people, all of these are preserved here in this district. These historic remains and treasured architectural homes makes this place a must visit place for visitors.

  • Trinity A.M.E. Church

    239 East 600 South Salt Lake City, UT 84111 United States - Phone: +1 801 531 7374
    Trinity A.M.E. Church is a historic place of worship affiliated to the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Built in 1909, in a Late Gothic Revival style, this church organizes weekly prayer and worship, and Sunday School. The church spire is an architectural landmark on the Salt Lake City’s streetscape. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.