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  • The Baking Hive

    Tucked behind Provisions restaurant, this homespun bakery uses real butter and cream. Classes allow kids to ice and decorate their own cakes and they offer gluten-free options too.

  • 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.

  • The Bit and Spur The menu stars Southwestern cuisine—ribs, beef and chicken—as well as chili verde. A longtime Zion favorite, there’s almost always a wait here, but it’s almost always a pleasant one with a view and a brew in

  • Blue Boar Inn

    The restaurant is reminiscent of the Alps, but serves fine American cuisine. Don't miss the award-winning brunch.

  • The Brass Tag

    In the Lodges at Deer Valley, the focal point here is a wood oven which turns out everything from pizza to fish and chops, all of the superior quality one expects from Deer Valley.

  • the charleston

    Offering gracious dining in Draper, Chef Marco Silva draws from many culinary traditions to compose his classic but exciting menu—artichoke souffle, braised halibut, ratatouille. The setting, in an old house surrounded by gardens, is lovely and we love his high

  • Copper Onion

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

  • It's hard even to update the review of this venerable bistro. So much stays the same. But, like I always say, it's nice to know where to get quiche when you want it. And our raspberry crepes were great. Yes, I said crepes. From the same era as quiche.

  • Food is at the forefront of the newly named Park City Mountain Resort, and the farm is the flagship featuring sustainably raised and produced food. Resort Village, Sundial Building, North of the Cabriolet. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a

  • The café in Sundance Resort serves comfort food with western style—sandwiches, spit-roasted chickens and ­steaks. Sunday brunch is a mammoth buffet.

  • Grub Steak Live country music, fresh salmon, lamb and chicken, and a mammoth salad bar. Order bread pudding whether you think you want it or not. You will. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants

  • Ski-day sustenance and fireside dinner for the après-ski set. In summer, dine at the top of the mountain. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited by Salt Lake magazine.

  • The Oyster Bar This is one of the best selection of fresh oysters in town: Belon, Olympia, Malpeque and Snow Creek, plus Bluepoints. Crab and shrimp are conscientiously procured. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best

  • Students can live, think and even thrive on a diet of pizza, beer and soft drinks, and The Pie is the quintessential college pizzeria. While the original is a University neighborhood instituion, more locations have popped up around the valley to serve more than just the collegiate crowd.

  • The Rose Establishment is a place for conversation as much as coffee–especially on Sunday mornings. Coffee is from Four Barrel Coffee Roasters.

  • This place is a winner for pulled pork, Texas brisket or Memphis ribs. Plus killer sides, like Greek potatoes.

  • Sundance Resort’s flagship is known for its seasonal, straightforward menu and memorable decor, including Robert Redford’s kachina collection. Try the wild game—spice-rubbed quail and buffalo tenderloin. Salt Lake magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in

  • Servings at Tiburon are large and rich: Elk tenderloin was enriched with mushrooms and demi-glace; a big, creamy wedge of St. Andre came with pork belly. In summer, tomatoes come from the garden.

  • Tin Angel

    From boho bistro, Tin Angel has grown into one of Salt Lake's premier dining destinations, still with a boho touch. Chef Jerry Liedtke can make magic with anything from a snack to a full meal, vegetarian or omnivore. Bread pudding is famous.

  • Tona Sushi The charming old space on Ogden’s main drag houses a meticulously top-notch sushi restaurant. Owner Tony Chen grows herbs and sprouts in the basement and the plates he presents show an artist’s touch. Ask about the secret menu.