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  • 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 atmosphere is the same, and the decibel levels are very similar.

  • 2019 Dining Award Winner Cucina

    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.

  • This longtime favorite turns out sophisticated Italian classics like veal scaloppine, carbonara and a risotto of the day in a chic setting. A tiny cup of complimentary hot chocolate ends the meal.

  • Current Fish and Oyster House An all-star team made this cool downtown restaurant an instant hit. Excellent and inventive seafood dishes with plenty of non-fishy options. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah,

  • The Nisar family’s restaurant is tiny, but fast service and fair prices make this a great take-out spot. But if you opt to dine in, there’s always a Bollywood film on the telly.

  • Good pub fare and freshly brewed beer make this a hot spot for shoppers, the business crowd and ski bums.

  • Claiming to be the oldest, this restaurant is one of Park City’s most versatile. On weekend mornings, locals line up for breakfasts.

  • Edge Steakhouse This beautifully fills the beef bill at the huge resort, and the tasting menus take you through salad, steak and dessert for $45 to $60, depending on options. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the

  • A familiar face in a whole new space—the favored breakfast joint has moved to Millcreek. Hip and homey, all at once.

  • El Chubasco Regulars storm this restaurant for south-of-the-border eats. Burritos fly through the kitchen like chiles too hot to handle—proving consistency matters. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a select list of the best restaurants in Utah, curated and edited by Salt

  • American food here borrows from other cuisines. Save room for pineapple sorbet with stewed fresh pineapple.

  • Try the “pink” pizza, topped with ricotta and marinara. Vegan cheese is available, and there’s microbrew on tap.

  • A smart French-style cafe and bakery in the heart of downtown. Different bakers are behind the patisserie and the boulangerie, meaning sweet and daily breads get the attention they deserve. Go for classics like onion soup and croque monsieur, but don’t ignore other specials and always leave with at least one loaf of bread.

  • Finally, SLC has a Jewish deli worthy of the name. Stop by for your hot pastrami fix or to satisfy your latke craving or your yen for knishes.

  • This little West-side bakery is worth finding—its unusual pastries find their way into many of Salt Lake’s fine restaurants. Pastry Chef Adelberto Diaz combines his classical French training with the tropical flavors of his homeland. The results are startlingly good and different.

  • Finca Salt Lake City

    The spirit of Spain is alive and well on the plate at this modern tapateria. Scott Evans, owner of Pago translates his love of Spain into food that ranges from authentically to impressionistically Spanish, using as many local ingredients as possible. The new location brings a hip, downtown vibe to the whole enterprise, larger now and with a cool lounge area.

  • The Scandinavian vibe comes from the heritage of owner Finn Gurholt. At lunch, try the Nordic sandwiches, but Finn’s is most famous for breakfast (best pancakes in town), served until the doors close at 2:30 p.m.

  • Chef John Murcko’s place on Main Street is all about cooking with fire—his massive Inferno kitchen grill by Grillworks runs on oak, cherry and applewood, depending on what’s cooking. But each dish is layered and nuanced, with global influences. Definitely

  • Fleming's Prime Steakhouse This local branch of a national chain has a famously impressive wine list. With more than 100 available by the glass, it has selections that pair well with anything you order. Salt Lake Magazine’s Dining Guide is a

  • Fletcher's on Main Street

    Fletcher’s has a casual approach designed to suit any appetite, almost any time. Talented Chef Scott Boborek’s carefully sourced dishes range from burgers to Beef Wellington—with lobster mac and Utah trout.