Eat & Drink

Jacob Sanders/Post Office Place: 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest

A Good Sarsaparilla, the 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest entry from Post Office Place, evokes curling up to watch a scary movie in the fall.

Michael Montoya/Beehive Distilling: 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest

Remedial Rose, the 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest entry from Beehive Distilling, follows seasonal change using rose and plum.

Esther Nemethy/Bambara (The Vault): 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest

The star ingredient of London Foggy, the 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest entry from Bambara, is falernum.

Christopher Stephenson/Lake Effect: 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest

Second Iteration, the 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest entry from Water Witch, features Sugar House Rye Whiskey.

Kacie Wilks/Oquirrh: 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest

Blood of a Unicorn, the 2021 Salt Lake Magazine Cocktail Contest entry from Seabird features a shrub with plumcots, rhubarb and ginger.

Discover the Mexican Menu del Mar at El Meño’s

Utahns have a complicated relationship with Mexican food, in that generally, we don’t like actual Mexican food. Instead, confused by early school lunch encounters with gloppy, cheese-laden tortillas and the prevalence of...

The One and Negr-only

Fall drinks don’t always have to be toddies and cider. Bartender Mckenzie Foster of Post Office Place shows us that gin pairs well with sweater weather. Using the basic Negroni as reference,...

Chop Shop: They’ve Got the Meats

"I’ve been a chef on the food side of things for a long time, so I always figured if something was messed up on the butchery side I could cook my way...

All Hail the Salsa Queen

Salsa Queen’s castle may be in an unassuming West Valley office park, but inside, this royal salsa company’s HQ is as bright and colorful as their pico de gallo. Immediately, you see...

WB’s Eatery ‘Weed Socials’ Breathe New Life Into Ogden’s Historic 25th Street

Ogden’s Historic 25th Street has had endless iterations over the decades, culminating in what is now--a lit-up, highly walkable strip of brew pubs, restaurants, art galleries and myriad independently owned shops, showcasing...

Dine About Returns This Fall With the Best of Park City Cuisine

Park City’s dining scene is rapidly evolving as new chefs bring unique viewpoints and influences to town. It’s an exciting time to eat in the mountains, and the Park Area Restaurant Association...

The Pines: A Familiar New Face

There is something to be said about a bar that keeps things simple and classic, especially in a city where try-hard trendy spots and zoomer-friendly bars pop up daily. The latest joining...

Cantaloupe Craze

Few flavors capture summer better than that of refreshing cantaloupe. Its fragrance alone makes us swoon. What’s more, cantaloupe is good for you. Not only is it low calorie, low fat and...

Sunday’s Best Feeds Our Growing Brunch Obsession

There is something about brunch. It’s the sweet spot between breakfast and lunch with all of the best menu options of both. It’s popping a bottle of chilled champagne for another round...

6 Indian Spices to Add to Your Cabinet

If you open a typical spice cabinet in the U.S., you’ll find a handful of small plastic bottles. Prominent up front will be granulated garlic, some dried basil, chile powder, sage left...

Sip on Summer With This Raspberry Mojito

Mint overruns summer gardens, fresh raspberries fill Utah’s fruit stands and juicy limes pile high at local markets. Give you any ideas? If you see the makings of a smashing summer drink,...
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