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  • Boltcutter Not just vegetarian, but vegan—the boltcutters refer to setting free the animals. Mexican flavors spice up the menu of tacos filled wiwth seitan or mushrooms and there’s a lit of agave spirit drinks. So hip there’s no listed phone. The

  • This biryani mainstay is sublimely satisfying, from the wise-cracking Sikh host to the friendly server, from the vegetarian entrees to the tandoor-grilled delights. No wonder it’s been Salt Lake’s favorite subcontinental restaurant for 20 years. 

  • Meat, meat and more meat is the order of the day at this Brazilian-style churrascaria buffet.

  • Brick & Mortar is a bar and restaurant in the heart of downtown (where Campos Coffee used to be). It’s a gastro pub with a mean brunch game, but the lunch and dinner (and after-dinner drinks) won’t disappoint. 

  • The original tiny shop turns out waffles made with pearl sugar. Plus frites, Belgian beef stew and a gargantuan sandwich called a mitraillette with merguez. Other locations have bigger menus.

  • Housed in the luxurious Montage, this casual restaurant presents the most deluxe versions of America's favorite foods. The burgers are stupendous, there's a great list of bourbons to back them, and the milkshakes are majorly good.

  • The draws are prime rib, New York strip and pork chops—and the ladies’ night specials in the popular bar downstairs. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited by Salt Lake Magazine's editors.

  • Authentic dishes like garlic soup share the menu with port-sauced lamb shank. Service is courteous and friendly at this family-owned spot.

  • At Cafe Med get the mezzes platter for some of the best falafel in town. Entrees range from pita sandwiches to gargantuan dinner platters of braised short ribs, roast chicken and pasta. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of

  • 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.

  • This charming café is the spot for a leisurely meal. Chicken and bacon tossed with mixed greens and grilled veggies on focaccia are café goers' favorites.

  • 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. 

  • Exchange news, enjoy sandwiches and salads and linger over a cuppa conscientiously grown coffee.

  • The old Eagle building is a gorgeous setting for this city fave, with outdoor dining space and much more. Sibling wine bar BTG is under the same roof. Call for hours.

  • Salt Lake Dining, Caputos, Artisan support pack

    A great selection of olive oils, imported pastas, salamis and house-aged cheeses, and the largest selections of fine chocolate in the country. The deli menu doesn’t reflect the market, but is a reliable source for meatball sandwiches and such.

  • Pastries and a few hot dishes make this a fave morning stop. For lunch, try the herbed goat cheese on a chewy baguette.

  • Chanon Thai Cafe A meal here is like a casual dinner at your best Thai friend’s place. Try curried fish cakes and red-curry prawns with coconut milk and pineapple. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best

  • Popular for its generous servings of Mexican food, this place usually has a line on Friday nights. Heavy on the protein—the molcajete holds beef, pork and  chicken—but cheese enchiladas and margaritas and other staples are good, too. Salt Lake Magazine’s

  • Bill White’s prettiest place, this restaurant is reminiscent of Santa Fe, but the food is pure Park City. Margaritas are good, and the avocado-shrimp appetizer combines guacamole and ceviche flavors in a genius dish. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a

  • 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.