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  • Chef Milo Carrier has created a destination in a small, charming house at the top of the Marmalade neighborhood. A fresh approach and locally sourced ingredients are the root of a menu that bridges fine and casual dining, at once

  • Chef Nathan Powers makes decisions about food based on sustainability and the belief that good food should be available to everybody. Using a Burgundian imagination, he turns out dishes with a sophisticated heartiness three times a day. Salt Lake magazine’s

  • Blue Iguana This colorful downtown restaurant has a charming downstairs location and patio, and has been a Salt Lake staple for decades. Enchiladas, tacos, and “jengo” nachos—piled high on a platter—are all good, as are the margaritas. A nifty addition:

  • Blue Lemon 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. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select

  • Blue Plate Diner Formica tables, linoleum floors, Elvis kitsch and tunes on the jukebox make this an all-American fave, along with comfort food classics like pancakes, patty melts and chicken-fried steak in sausage gravy over smashed potatoes and burgers. Salt

  • 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. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in

  • Cafe Trio Pizzas from the wood-fired brick oven are wonderful. One of the city’s premier and perennial lunch spots. Be sure to check out their weekly specials. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in

  • Citris Grill 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

  • 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

  • Copper Onion An instant hit when it opened, constant crowds attest to the continuing popularity of Ryan Lowder's Copper Onion. Though the hearty, flavorful menu changes regularly, some favorites never leave: the mussels, the burger, the ricotta dumplings. Bank on

  • Cucina Deli 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. 2018 DINING AWARD WINNER Salt Lake Magazine’s

  • Grand America Hotel's Garden Cafe is one of the dinner stars of the city, and the kitchen makes sure other meals here are up to the same standard. The setting here is traditionally elegant, but don't be intimidated. The food

  • 2019 Dining Award Winner HSL

    The initials stand for “Handle Salt Lake”—Chef Briar Handly made his name with his Park city restaurant, Handle, and now he’s opened a second restaurant down the hill. The place splits the difference between “fine” and “casual” dining; the innovative food is excellent and the atmosphere is casually convivial. The menu is unique—just trust this chef. It’s all excellent.

  • Krua Thai Curries and noodle dishes hit a precise procession on the palate—sweet, then sour, savory and hot—plus there are dishes you’ve never tried before and should: bacon and collard greens, red curry with duck, salmon with chili and coconut

  • Certainly Salt Lake's most picturesque restaurant, the old log cabin is pretty in every season. Chef Dave Jones has a sure hand with American vernacular and is not afraid of frying although he also has a way with healthy, low-calorie,

  • 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

  • Monsieur Crepe This French-style creperie offering savory—Brie, prosciutto, tomato—and sweet—whipped cream, fruit, chocolate—fillings for the famous Gallic pancake evolved from a food truck into a charming cafe with a pretty patio. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of

  • pago

    Tiny, dynamic, and food-driven, Pago's ingredients are locally sourced and reimagined regularly. That's why it's often so crowded and that's what makes it one of the best restaurants in the state. The list of wines by the glass is great,

  • Pretty Bird Chicken Chances are you’ll still have to wait in line at Chef Viet Pham’s Nashville hot chicken. There is really only one thing on the menu—spicy fried chicken on a bun or on a plate. Go early—Pretty Bird

  • Sicilia Mia The third in a trio of family-owned restaurants. They all recall Italian food of yesteryear. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited by Salt Lake Magazine’s Executive Editor Mary Brown Malouf.