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  • Porcupine Pub and Grille With 24 beers on tap available for only $2 every Tuesday, Porcupine has practically created its own holiday. Chicken noodle soup has homemade noodles and lots of chicken. Burgers and chile verde burritos are good, too. Salt

  • Red Butte Cafe This neighborhood place emphasizes Southwestern flavors and premium beers. Try the portobello with mozzarella and caramelized onions or beef and ancho jus. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and

  • Restaurants at Temple Square There are four restaurants here: Little Nauvoo Café (801-539-3346) serves breakfast, lunch and dinner; Lion House Pantry (801-539-3257) serves lunch and dinner buffet-style (it’s famous for the hot rolls, a Thanksgiving tradition in many Salt Lake

  • Roots Cafe A charming little day-time cafe in Millcreek with a wholesome granola vibe. 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. Our guide has

  • Ruth's Diner The original funky trolley car is almost buried by the beer garden in fine weather, but Ruth's still serves up diner food in a low-key setting, and the patio is one of the best. Collegiate fare like burgers, BLTs

  • Rye The food rocks at this hip new version of a diner connected to Urban Lounge. At breakfast (which lasts until 2 p.m.), the soft scrambles or the waffles with whiskey syrup are called for. At lunch try the shoyu fried

  • Silver Fork Lodge Silver Fork's kitchen handles three daily meals beautifully. Try pancakes made with a 50-year-old sourdough starter. Don't miss the smoked trout and brie appetizer. No more corkage fees, so bring your own. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a

  • The view from the patio in the summer, the cozy cabin ambiance in the winter, the live music and Chef David Bible’s original comfort food—all combine to make Silver Star Cafe the perfect mountain restaurant you were hoping to find

  • Stella Grill A cool little arts-and-crafts-style cafe, Stella is balanced between trendy and tried-and-true. The careful cooking comes with moderate prices. Great for lunch. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited

  • The Dodo 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.

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

  • 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 mean, vegetarian or omnivore. Bread

  • Traditions Plan your meal knowing there will be pie at the end of it. Then snack on pigs-in-blankets (sausage from artisan butcher Beltex) and funeral potatoes. Fried chicken, braised pork, chicken and dumplings are equally homey. Then, pie. Salt Lake

  • Zest Kitchen and Bar Zest has sophisticated vegan cooking plus a cheerful attitude and ambiance fueled by creative cocktails. Pulling flavors from many culinary traditions, the menu offers Cuban tacos, Thai curry with forbidden rice, stuffed poblano peppers as well