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  • Arella's Chic pizza in Bountiful. Arella’s pies appeal to pizza purists, traditionalists and adventurers, with wood-fired crusts and toppings that range from pear to jalapeño. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah,

  • 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

  • Asian Star The menu is not frighteningly authentic or disturbingly Americanized. Dishes are chef-driven, and Chef James seems most comfortable in the melting pot. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated

  • Avenues Bistro

    Avenues Bistro on Third 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,

  • Avenues Proper Publick House It’s a restaurant and brewpub, with the emphasis on small plates and late hours. The food is inventive, the beer is good and—big plus—they serve cocktails as well as brew at this neighborhood hot spot. Salt Lake

  • The Bagel Project “Real” bagels are the whole story here, made by a homesick East Coaster. Of course, there’s no New York water to make them with, but other than that, these are authentic. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is

  • 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

  • Beehive Grill An indirect offshoot of Moab Brewery, the Grill focuses as much on house-brewed root beer as alcoholic suds, but the generally hefty food suits either. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants

  • Biscott's An Anglo-Indian teahouse, Lavanya Mahate’s (Saffron Valley) latest eatery draws from intertwined cultures, serving tea and chai, English treats and French pastries with a hint of subcontinental spice. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the

  • 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

  • Bohemian Brewery and Grill Bohemian keeps a firm connection to its cultural history—so to go with the wonderful Czech beer, you can nosh on potato pancakes, pork chops and goulash. There’s also plenty of American beer fare. Salt Lake magazine’s

  • Bombay House Salt Lake’s biryani mainstay has several sister restaurants worthy to call family. 463 N. University Ave., Provo, 801-373-6677; 7726 Campus View Dr., West Jordan, 801-282-0777; 2731 E. Parley’s Way, SLC. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select

  • Braza Grill Meat, meat and more meat is the order of the day at this Brazilian-style churrascaria buffet. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited by Salt Lake magazine.

  • Cafe Madrid Authentic dishes like garlic soup share the menu with port-sauced lamb shank. Service is courteous and friendly at this family-owned spot. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and

  • Cafe Niche

    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

  • Trio The third Trio changes the winning formula slightly, but casual modern Italian is still the theme. Try the spinach agnolotti topped with pine nut crumble. And keep an eye out for their excellent wine dinners.  Salt Lake magazine’s Dining

  • Caffe d'Bolla John Piquet is a coffee wizard—a cup of his specially roasted siphon brews is like no other cup of coffee in the state. His wife, Yiching, is an excellent baker. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select

  • Caffe Molise This perennial restaurant favorite has moved to fabulous new digs. We’ll miss the awesome downtown patio, but the old Eagle building promises outdoor dining space and so much more. Sibling wine bar BTG is under the same roof.

  • Caffe Molise BTG A sibling of Caffe Molise, BTG is really a wine bar. Because the food comes from Caffe Molise’s kitchen, we’re listing it here. The draw, though, is the selection of more than 50 wines by the glass

  • Salt Lake Dining, Caputos, Artisan support pack

    Caputo's Market and Deli A great selection of olive oils, imported pastas, salamis and house-aged cheeses, including one of the largest selections of fine chocolate in the country. The deli menu doesn’t reflect the market, but is a reliable source