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  • Avenues Bistro

    This tiny antique storefront has a new owner—Chef Mike Ritchie, proprietor of Fireside on Regent. The place has been decluttered and the menu has been revamped, but the charm is intact. Rabbit pot pie, lobster beignets, Moroccan-spiced duck and crafted chicken hash are some of the upscale yet homestyle dishes on the menu.

  • The kitchen offers imaginative selections even though the dark wood and cozy ambiance look like an old gentlemen’s club. Don’t miss the Dreamloaf, served with Yukon gold mashed potatoes. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the

  • Blue Lemon’s sleek interior and high-concept food have city style. Informal but chic, many-flavored but healthy, Blue Lemon’s unique take on food and service is a happy change from downtown’s food-as-usual.

  • Cafe Niche

    Anytime is the best time to eat here. Food comes from farms all over northern Utah and the patio is a favorite in fine weather.

  • Colton Soelberg (Communal, etc.) has opened a low-key high-end burger place with an eye towards infusing high-quality ingredients into America’s favorite sandwich. Inexpensive, innovative and delicious burgers and shakes, as we have come to expect from Soelberg who has a knack for elevating comfort food. You’ll love the amazing Star Wars mural.

  • Most dishes come in either "hearty" or "petite" portion sizes. This means you can enjoy a smoked salmon pizzetta or fried rock shrimp appetizer and then a petite order of fire-roasted pork chops with adobo rub and black bean-corn salsa. Expect crowds.

  • Copper Kitchen

    A welcome addition to Holladay, Ryan Lowder's Copper Kitchen reprises his downtown Copper Onion and Copper Common success with variations. The menu is different, but the heartiness is the same; the interior is different but the easy, hip atmosphere is the same, and the decibel levels are very similar.

  • 2019 Dining Award Winner Cucina

    Cucina has added fine restaurant to its list of descriptors—good for lunch or a leisurely dinner. The menu has recently expanded to include small plates and substantial beer and wine-by-the-glass lists.

  • Claiming to be the oldest, this restaurant is one of Park City’s most versatile. On weekend mornings, locals line up for breakfasts.

  • American food here borrows from other cuisines. Save room for pineapple sorbet with stewed fresh pineapple.

  • Fletcher's on Main Street

    Fletcher’s has a casual approach designed to suit any appetite, almost any time. Talented Chef Scott Boborek’s carefully sourced dishes range from burgers to Beef Wellington—with lobster mac and Utah trout.

  • Handle Park City

    Chef-owner Briar Handly offers a menu, mostly of small plates, with the emphasis on excellent sourcing—trout sausage and Beltex Meats prosciutto, for example. There are also full-meal plates, including the chef’s famous fried chicken.

  • Hearth

    The charming upstairs dining room is a great setting for some of the best and most imaginative food in Ogden. Handmade hearth bread, espresso-rubbed yak, killer stroganoff—too many options to mention here—this is really a destination restaurant.

  • Park City après

    Order a flight of whiskey and taste the difference aging makes, but be sure to order plenty of food to see how magically the whiskey matches the fare. The chef takes the amber current theme throughout the food.

  • Hub and Spoke Diner

    This contemporary diner serves the traditional three a day with an untraditional inventiveness applied to traditional recipes. Like, artisanal grilled cheese with spiked milkshakes. And mac and cheese made with spaetzle. Breakfast is king here—expect a line. 

  • Every booth comes with its own dedicated pie shelf. Because no matter what you're eating—liver and onions, raspberry pancakes, meatloaf or a reuben—you'll want to save room for pie. Tip: Order your favorite pie first, in case they run out. Now serving beer and wine.

  • Little America has been the favorite gathering place of generations of native Salt Lakers. Weekdays, you'll find the city power players breakfasting in the coffee shop.

  • 2019 Dining Award Winner London Belle

    It’s a combo deal—restaurant and bar. That means you have to be over 21 to enter but it also means that you can stay in one place all evening. Their kitchen serves up everything from duck confit nachos to their signature 12 oz. Niman Ranch ribeye.

  • Mom’s has fed travelers on blue plate standards since 1928. This is the place to try a Utah “scone” with “honey butter.” 

  • Moochie's Meatballs and More

    This itty-bitty eatery/take-out joint is the place to go for authentic cheesesteaks made with thinly sliced steak and griddled onions glued together with good ol' American cheese and wrapped in a big, soft so-called French roll.