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UTAH’S ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE

September 2012

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The best drinks to start or end your night

48 HOURS // Downtown SLC X96 midday DJ

Marci Wiser shares why she loves Utah

MAP INSIDE // Around town

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SEPTEMBER 2012

September 2012 Content Manager Kadee Duclos Design & Layout StephAnn Knotts Contributors Pam Baumeister, Steve Greenwood, Amanda McIntyre, Jet Moody, Christian Serge, Matt Spencer

President & CEO Brent Low Vice President of Adver tising Trent Eyre Vice President of Business Development Jed Call

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Check out popular hangouts and hidden gems in Downtown SLC.

Explore the culinary offerings of Salt Lake.

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ENTERTAINMENT

MARCI WISER

The X96 midday DJ shares why she loves Utah.

Check out September’s concerts, fairs and celebrations.

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Now that school is in session, it’s time to focus on your fall style.

Find something to do all month long. We’ve mapped out a few spots for you to explore.

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FASHION NIGHT OUT

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Check out the INsider’s guide to Utah’s hottest local designer fashion show.

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DOWNTOWN Salt Lake’s downtown Photo by Steve Greenwood

has had new life breathed into it in the past few years. With a large increase of

Bonneville Shoreline Trail

businesses moving

Be sure to get out this month, before the cold weather hits and take in the beauty of the surrounding area. Bonneville Shoreline Trail stretches along the backside of Red Butte Garden all the way to City Creek Canyon and the Capitol. With the beautiful panoramic view of Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Mountains in the east, this trail is a favorite for local trail runners and mountain bikers alike.

downtown and the opening of City Creek

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become more of the

The Lion House Pantry has some of the best home cooking this side of the Mississippi. Their menu features authentic recipes that have been passed down through generations. Now that they serve breakfast, their French toast might beat out what they’re really famous for: warm house rolls with honey butter.

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check out some of these places that make

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our downtown unique.

This antiquarian bookshop in downtown carries an everchanging inventory and vast selection on used and rare books, along with a few new ones. In addition to a great selection of books, they also sell art, ephemera, maps, postcards, and photography. As you walk through the stacks, piled well above your head with books from great authors like Edward Abbey, Orson Welles, John Grisham and Ray Bradbury, you’ll have a difficult time settling on just a few titles.

Gracie’s Gracie's is Salt Lake City's one and only "Gastropub." With two floors, two patios, and by far the most beautiful view of downtown and the Wasatch Mountains; Gracie's is a must for a night on the town. Along with great food and drinks, Gracie’s also offers live music or a D.J. almost every night of the week. Bring your friends and watch your favorite team play on one of their 22 large flat screens or hang out and play a game of pool, shuffleboard or darts in the game room.

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Kristauf’s Martini Bar Enjoy the variety of Salt Lake City’s cultural life, but don’t miss the unique and eclectic experience of Kristauf’s Martini Bar. Select a classic martini or choose one of their many designer martinis, like the Purple Cadillac or the dessert cocktail Orange Dreamsicle that will have you asking the bartender for another. Kristauf’s Martini Bar has an extravagant menu with more than 80 varieties of drinks to choose from.

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The Expendables and Iration in concert at The Depot Domination! presents The Expendables and Iration; a 40+ date tour that will span coast to coast and is coming to The Depot on Thursday, Sep. 20, 2012 for an all ages concert. Both bands have had tremendous success with their constant touring over the years; logging countless miles and thousands of shows with an impressive loyal fan base to show for it. Independently successful, the California bands are excited to be bringing Cisco Adler along to open the entire tour.

Prana Yoga At Prana Yoga they will nourish body, mind, and spirit with extraordinary yoga instruction, indulgent spa services, and Onehellova CafĂŠ. Striving to be a globally recognized yoga studio, they offer expert instruction from the finest instructors locally, nationally, and internationally, in an environment, which is extremely inviting, inclusive, and professional. Prana Yoga offers classes from yoga basics to Power Vinyasa, Hatha and Anusara. 602 E. 500 South | www. pranayogaslc.com

400 S. West Temple, SLC www.depotslc.com

The Hive Gallery The Hive Gallery in Historic Trolley Square is on a mission to help support local artist and their careers while raising awareness and appreciation for the arts in the community. Along with great pieces from local artists, The Hive Gallery also offers art classes, art shows, and hosts music and charity events. 600 S. 700 East, SLC | www.hivegalleryutah.com


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Sunset Farmer’s Market Visit the South Towne Center Sunset Market every Thursday through October 25, from 4 -8 pm. Located in the parking lot on the west side of the center. Enjoy the wide array of vendors offering locally grown produce, fresh-baked goods, prepared food and beverages, packaged foods and local artisan wares.

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MARCI WISER

Where is your favorite place for a date night? It depends on the mood of the date night. If it’s casual, I love checking out a good movie and then hanging out at a great dive bar, like Good Time’s in Layton, Murphy’s or The Green Pig in Salt Lake. You know, darts/karaoke/shots, they all make for a good date. But if we’re in more of a ‘swanky’ mood, it’ll have to be Takashi for sushi followed by a martini at Kristauf’s Martini Bar. Mmmm …

Where is your favorite place to go shopping? I am so excited that we have City Creek. I love cruising around and checking out the stores that we’ve missed. We now have all the best department stores, which aren’t great for my wallet, but my closet loves it. I also love The Gateway and Tanger Outlets in Park City at Kimball Junction. Between those, they give me the shopping buzz I need.

What is your favorite thing to do around downtown? You name it - eat, drink, laugh, love, be merry, shop, get parking tickets. Salt Lake doesn’t get enough credit for its downtown scene. There are a lot of great places we can enjoy, without the hassles of the sweaty masses found in other big cities.

Where’s the best place to go with your family? We love the Clark Planetarium, the IMAX screen is great and the kids love to check out the space and science exhibits. Other favorites are: the zoo (we’re members), Bees games, iHop on Sunday mornings, my daughter has a crush on the divers at The Mayan, and my son would take us to every Jazz game if he could. We’re all over the place, but there are so many great options.

Marci Wiser, the X96 midday DJ,

If you had 48 hours in Utah to do anything, what would that be?

to school at Weber State. While attending school, she

I think I would take time to see the things I don’t get to see very often. I would hit Southern Utah, check out Zion, spend the night at Bear Lake in a log cabin that smells like fresh sawdust. I don’t get to do that stuff enough. Can someone call X96 and tell them this girl needs a day off?

thought that earning some credit working for the college

What is the best part of living in the 801?

radio station sounded fun. One day, while she was on air,

Well, there are a few things. First, we’re never more than 30 minutes away from anything we want to do – boating, skiing, hiking, shopping, theater, night life, etc. Move to L.A. and see how long it takes you to find a parking spot, let alone get across town. The 801 is also very clean and safe. Not only do I see Utah’s finest on every corner, but the mountains are my security blanket and the sidewalks are so clean I could just lick ‘em. I won’t…but I could.

grew up in Layton — perhaps, better known to us Utahns as Lay-un. Before she got into the DJ scene, Marci was going

the music director at KISN called and offered her a real radio job. The rest, as they say, is history. “I love being on the air because I get to talk to listeners all day, play music and hopefully bring a smile to someone here and there,” Marci said. As if this mother of three and almost four wasn’t busy enough, she started Tattoo Cosmetics earlier this year. She loves the artistry of make-up, and it also gives her an excuse for her obsessive addiction to cosmetics. Check it out at www.tattoocosmetics.net.

What are Utahns better at than anyone else in the world? Bad driving! But seriously, raising kids. Coming from a girl who has lived in many different U.S. zip codes, Utah is the best place to raise a family – and we Utahns have it down to a science (well, at least most of us).


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STYLE Now that the kids are back in school and their shopping is done, it’s time to focus on you! September just might be the best time of year to go shopping at some of your favorite boutiques, stores and salons. Whether you want to pick up a style you see from Fashion Night Out’s runway show or you’re looking for that full wardrobe make-over with extra pampering, finding your personal style has never been easier in Salt Lake. From men’s suits to accessories and beauty products for her, we have a list of some of our favorite things. It is said that clothing makes the man. Beckett & Robb is doing its part, making men into gentlemen, one suit at a time. Using only the finest materials, dedicated master tailors who proceed with skilled workmanship and complete each piece with meticulous detailing. Each piece is 100-percent custom; they never use a pre-existing pattern, each garment is cut & sewn by hand according to more than thirty measurements, resulting in a truly custom suit, shirt, or overcoat. Beckett & Robb’s custom clothing exemplifies a commitment to creativity and craftsmanship. Style takes many forms, yet the finest things always have an element of sophistication, simplicity, and perfected craftsmanship. Beckett & Robb | 150 South Main Street, SLC www.beckettrobb.com

What’s old is new again at Bettie Page! As the weather cools down, warm up with a hot fall look in the Iced Coffee dress. This figure hugging shape will show off a woman’s curves and embrace the true style of the 1950’s. The warm coffee tone is a great neutral that pairs well with almost any combination of accessories. This is truly a classic retro style made for the modern woman! Bettie Page Clothing 77 Rio Grande, SLC www.bettiepageclothing.com

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It was the end of a hot summer day. My polka dot stockings had a run and the 50-foot walk to the post office seemed daunting as the sun beat down on gum melting in the parking lot. After what felt like the longest stiletto sprint in modern history, I made it into air-conditioned heaven and fidgeted to get my PO Box key to turn. Minutes of feminine huffing and puffing led to the realization that my box was not going to open due to the plethora of magazines which were about to reveal that fall fashion was here.

I quickly pushed my four-inch shoes against the wall, hiked up my Karma Boutique baroque style skirt and pulled with all my might. Let me tell you – one 6 x 6 box is not enough for all those glossies! As magazines flew out of my box and bystanders were pelted with scattering subscription cards and Vogues (yes, I have three subscriptions thanks to loving gift givers), I knew it was time to start planning my fall wardrobe. Summertime vacations and fun may be ending, but September is here!

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Just like magazines, September is the “it” month for Utah fashion as it kicks off autumn styles and events. Boutiques like SexyModest and Nineteen70 are expanding with new locations this autumn. Scheels is opening their first store in Utah and recently Kiehl’s, Peek and about 400 new Bohme stores opened. Fashion is alive and well in Utah and just like any great magazine or fashion blogger, we know how to kick off the season – with Fashion Night Out. This year’s Gallivan Center extravaganza is on September 14th

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and will showcase local looks, trends, designers and the hottest stores. Pair that with killer runway walks and the opportunity to hobnob with Utah’s fashion elite and you’ve got the perfect fall sizzler. For Fashion Night Out 2012 you’ll see all the Vogue fashions I sat staring at as post office bystanders stood shocked

at the site of a girl with her skirt stuck to her mailbox. Take the modern military trend for example. For those of us who have seen local designer Sophie St. Clair’s ALFA FEM collection, the look is exciting and offers a variety of options for those who want to go and do. The structured look of military combines detailed buttons and accessories, and

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Fall’s grunge is a modern take on the trademark plaids.

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If you can’t get past the Nirvana grunge association this fall, try mounting your wardrobe with the equestrian look (no horses required). You don’t need to be British royalty to pull off a great pair of leather boots as you gallop through downtown for your kid’s next play date at the park. Wearing tailored pieces to create a clean, outdoor look will prep you for a coffee break at the Rose Establishment or a trip to Octoberfest at Snowbird. A perfect look for men too, male hunters will want to keep an eye out for elbow and knee patches. They will give your style an extra touch of interest, detail and swagger.

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For those who are looking for a more classic style to define their lives by (both this season and next), take a chance on Utah’s first Bettie Page shop at the Gateway. This 50’s inspired store provides great pinup and carhop looks. For anyone who has eaten a Pace’s Tiger Blood Popsicle or had a Nelson’s Frozen Custard shake knows that there is always a place for the Motown era. You can stick to traditional 50’s activities such as the Redwood Drive-In Theatre or branch out to create a day look that will not be forgotten. Take your hip-defining style for a stroll at the Red Butte Garden or for an afternoon lunch with the gals. Men, slick back that hair and


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No matter which look you decide to adorn this fall, remember that layers will keep you warm and that daring is en vogue. Whether your wardrobe includes a mix of incoming trends or classic looks, take a chance on fall by exploring other seasonal styles including baroque, romantic gothic and oriental. Utah’s boutiques are already stocked with accessories, which will warm you up to the new looks you’re dying to try, but wonder how they’ll look on you. Once you find a style you like, start incorporating new clothing pieces into your wardrobe to perfect the outfit (all of which will be showcased at this fall’s Fashion Night Out). If you’re not quite sure how to mix and match, check out local stylists like Jen Clyde, Kat Fedorova and Alicia Richmond (Chic on a Shoestring) for tips. You can also keep up to date with great publications like the one you’re reading and

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DINING Dining out in Salt Lake Valley is a flavor journey when you take in all the options available. Try something new and explore the culinary offerings of some of Salt Lake’s favorite eateries. From artistic fresh sushi to homestyle country cooking, Asian fusion cuisine to traditional Italian cuisine, there is something to tickle the palates of the most discerning of foodies. You’ll be amazed at the savory variety you can find in these Salt Lake area restaurants. Free up your dinner plans for the next several weeks; with choices like these who would want to stay home? The Copper Onion 111 East Broadway, Suite 170, SLC

You’ll be crying tears of joy at the fresh delights offered at The Copper Onion. Former NYC chef and Utah native, Ryan Lowder has brought personal take on New American cuisine inspired by his passion for Utah’s outstanding farmstead ingredients and his experience as a chef cooking his way through Barcelona, NYC and South America. Lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, $$$

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana 260 South 200 West, SLC

Asian Star 7588 S Union Park Avenue Midvale | (801) 566-8838

Get whisked away to Northern Italy where pizzas are hand made with fresh raw ingredients and baked in wood-burning ovens to create a flavor you won’t experience anywhere else. This downtown restaurant boasts a rich history and commitment to the fine art of pizza making. Life is molto bene while dining here. Lunch and dinner, $$

The Bayou 645 South State Street, SLC

The inviting Asian Star Restaurant’s modern, casual decor invites you to enjoy Cantonese, Mandarin, Hunan, and Szechuan style dishes in one place. A healthy, MSG-free menu offers the best of traditional Asian dishes and fish the way Chinese prefer it—steamed, not fried. Mouth-watering chef’s specialties include Honey Nectar Pork and Beef Sirloin Mandarin Style. Nearly any dish can be made vegetarian, too. Looking for gluten-free fare? You’ll find it here. The diverse menu will satisfy any craving for great oriental eats. Eat in or take advantage of curbside service for your take out order. Lunch and dinner, $$

With around 300 different beers available and a Cajun influenced menu, The Bayou has something for everyone. House favorites include Po Boy sandwiches, gumbo, jambalaya pizza and garlic Bayou burgers. Along with great food and beer The Bayou has live music on the weekends for diners to enjoy as well. Lunch and dinner, $$

Spencer's for Steaks & Chops 255 S. West Temple, SLC

Located inside the downtown Hilton, Spencer’s is the place for a great steak, pork chop

The Wild Grape New West Bistro 481 East South Temple, SLC The Wild Grape New West Bistro is one of the best places to eat breakfast, lunch, dinner or weekend brunch. Its classic American brunch fare is kicked up a notch with unique ingredients, excellent technique, and an array of flavors. They only use fresh, sustainable, locally produced and, whenever possible, organic produce and meat. Along with an amazing brunch menu, they are now offering a business lunch Tuesday through Friday for $12, which includes soup or salad and an entrée that changes daily. Check out their full menu and wine list at www.wildgrapebistro.com


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Cucina Toscana 307 West Pierpont Avenue, SLC

Fine dining in the heart of downtown Salt Lake. Cucina Toscana has all the flavors, smells and atmosphere of a traditional Tuscan trattoria. House made pastas, salads created tableside, old family recipes and a cheery host are just some of the excellent

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Meat lovers will be in heaven at Texas de Brazil Churrascaria, located in the new City Creek mall. The steakhouse combines the flavors of Brazil with generous portions, nearly endless options and the big-hearted hospitality of Texas. Celebrate your next special occasion at this sparkling downtown fine dining establishment. Lunch served on Fridays and Saturdays only. Dinner served every day, $$$$

authentic southern Italian flavors from the region of Molise. Sit in the romantic and rare downtown patio. Enjoy handmade gnocchi, polenta with mushrooms and other mouthwatering dishes around the corner from several event locations downtown. Listen to live jazz on Friday nights, too. Dinner, $$$

contemporary fusion of traditional Japanese flavor and modern sustainable, organic fare. Fresh and pure, this downtown jewel is sure to be a favorite for foodies and purists alike. Lunch and dinner, $$$$

Naked Fish Japanese Bistro

The Rio Grande Cafe is ideal for families who like Mexican food. With an a la carte menu as well as traditional Mexican favorites like Carne Asada and Carnitas, everyone will come away happy. This zesty cafe will start or end your fun-filled day or evening on the town. Lunch and dinner, $

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Sawadee 754 East South Temple, SLC

Sawadee serves up some of the best Thai cuisine in Salt Lake. Whether you’re a Thai aficionado or don’t know you’re Pad Thai from your left thigh, you’ll love the delicate blend of flavors in this beautifully authentic restaurant. Try curries, noodles, salads or a variety of traditional Thai entrees. Lunch and dinner, $$ Price guide: Price guide is based on a per person, total meal estimation from Urbanspoon.com. Please contact the individual establishment for accurate pricing and specials. $: total meal prices from $10 and under $$: total meal prices from $10 to $15 $$$: total meal prices over $15 to $25 $$$$: $25 and up

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Sept 6-9 // Greek Festival Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, SLC

Sept 21 // Frightmares Lagoon Amusement Park Frightmares at Lagoon has become a tradition for people of all ages looking for a good scare. Enjoy park attractions as well as spooky Halloween fun for all with a straw maze, Fun House of Fear, Lockdown, Nightwalk and — new this year — The Backlot. Frightmares is Friday through Sunday, September 21 through October 30.

Sept 28 // DaVinci, The Genius The Leonardo 9/28/2012 – 1/27/2013 The most comprehensive exhibition on Leonardo Davinci to tour the world is coming to The Leonardo. With the assistance of Il Genio di Leonardo da Vinci Museo (Italy) and Pascal Cotte of Lumiere Technology (France) this exhibition brings to life the genius of Leonardo as an inventor, artist, scientist, anatomist, engineer, architect, sculptor and philosopher. Working from Leonardo’s codices, Italian Artisans have faithfully crafted interactive and life-size machine inventions. These works include the first concepts of a car, bicycle, helicopter, glider, parachute, SCUBA, submarine, military tank and ideal city to name a few.

Every year the Salt Lake City Greek Festival grows in popularity. The Festival has had as many as 50,000 visitors during the four-day event. Attendees can watch a variety of traditional Greek folk dances as well as eat traditional Greek food such as spanakopita, dolmathes, and loukoumades. The Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake sets aside funds every year from the festival to support many charities in the community.

Sept 6-16 // Utah State Fair State Fair Grounds The Utah State Fair promotes Utah and its products with events by the Utah Dairy Council, Utah Beef Council, Utah Wool Growers Association, and the Utah Farm Bureau. "Utah's Own" Food Court features locally grown and prepared foods from around the state. The Utah State Fair strives to blend the best of Utah tradition and heritage with new technology and modern ideals. This year the fair will not only host livestock, carnival rides, food and exhibitions, but also performances by Wilson Phillips, Lonestar, and Blues Traveler. Other great entertainment will include an Olympic high dive show, Wild Science, Lemurland of Madagascar, PRCA rodeo and many more.

Sept 14 // Fashion Night Out Gallivan Center Don’t miss one of Utah’s biggest fashion events of the season. This year’s Fashion Night Out will have two runways featuring local designers as well as a performance by Cameron Rafati. Doors open at 5 pm, first runway starts at 7:30 pm.


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Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple 965 E. 3370 South, SLC 9 am to 6 pm, $40

Provo Town Square 55 N. University Avenue Provo 7:30 pm

Great Salt Lake Yoga Fest

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Labor Day Music Festival: Gloriana Love and Theft Gallivan Center 239 S. Main St., SLC 12 pm, VIP $50

9/4

Kyle Turley Concert

The Depot 400 W. South Temple, SLC 7:30 pm, $30 Kyle Turley, a native of Provo, will host a benefit concert on with all proceeds benefiting the South Salt Lake Police Athletics/Activities League.

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The Wailers

Park City Live 427 Main St., Park City 8 pm, $20

9/6 - 9/9

Greek festival

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral 279 S. 300 West, SLC

9/6 – 9/16 Utah State Fair 155 N. 1000 West, SLC 10 am to 10 pm

9/7 – 9/9

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Best Friends Animal Society Salt Lake County Animal Services 511 W. 3900 South, SLC

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Love Your Skin Event

Got Beauty 904 E. 2100 South, SLC Got Beauty’s back to school, love your skin event includes: FREE Makeup and Skin How-to’s, 200 gift basket give-aways, Specialists from Pops Cosmetics, Jane Iredale and Dermalogica on site to help you with all of your skin and cosmetic questions, FREE on site brow shaping, and tons of free samples and goodies!

9/8

Park City Stand Up Paddle Board Cup Jordanelle State Park State Road 319, Heber City 9 am, $10 per vehicle

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USFRA: WORLD OF SPEED Bonneville Salt Flats Wendover, Utah 10 am – Sunset, $20/day

9/9

Urban Flea Market Washington Square 451 S. State Street, SLC 9 am – 3 pm, FREE

9/10

Matisyahu & The Dirty Heads Rail Event Center 235 N. 500 West, SLC 7 pm, $37

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South Towne Center Sunset Farmer’s Market 10450 S. State Street, Sandy | 4 pm – 8 pm Every Thursday is the South Towne Center Sunset Farmer’s Market. Find fresh produce from local growers, delicious handmade foods like tortillas, chocolates and fresh-baked breads, cool and refreshing beverages and local artisan wares. The kids will love the face painting and the frosty snow cones and you will find something fresh and delicious to take home for dinner. The Market is from 4- 8 pm and is located in the west-side parking lot between Macy’s and Dillard’s.

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Urban Lounge 241 S. 500 East, SLC | 9 pm, $7

Lagoon Amusement Park 375 Lagoon Drive, Farmington Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday

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9/14

Children's Reliance Foundation Festival Charity Fundraiser Wheeler Farm 6351 S. 900 East, SLC 6 pm – 10 pm

9/15

Color 5K Run

Sandy City Hall 10000 Centennial Pkwy, Sandy 9 am, $35 for teams

9/19

Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival

USANA Amphitheatre 5150 S. 6055 West, WVC 1 pm, $20-$79 Shinedown, Godsmack, Staind, Papa Roach, Adelitas Way, P.O.D., Fozzy, Deuce, Redlight King, Mindset Evolution, Thousand Foot Krutch, Candlelight Red and a local Battle of the Bands winner.

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Gallivan Center 239 S. Main St., SLC | 7 pm

9/21

Redfest 2012

University of Utah Union Lawn Area Enjoy the sounds of Brand New and Manchester Orchestra when they perform live at Redfest 2012!

Michelle Sundwall Concert

LDS Assembly Hall 50 W. North Temple, SLC | 7 pm

FRIGHTMARES

9/21 – 9/22 What A Woman Wants Expo

South Towne Expo Center 9575 S. State Street, Sandy 10 am – 6 pm, $5

9/22

Girl Scouts of Utah’s Girlfest 2012

Sugarhouse Park 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm. $5 per child Discover the best in you at Girlfest at Sugarhouse Park. Enjoy ultimate frisbee, face painting, and much more! Radio Disney will also be on stage with music, dancing, and of course great giveaways! And girls, you don’t have to be a Girl Scout to join in the fun. All families are welcome. Adults attend free! Register online at www.gsutah.org or day of at the gate.

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Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions 2012

Maverik Center 3200 Decker Lake Drive, WVC 7:00 pm

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International Peace Gardens 1000 S. 900 West

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21. Governor's Mansion 603 E. South Temple

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Gateway/Clark Planetarium 110 S. 400 West

12. City Creek Center 50 S. Main Street

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Energy Solutions Arena 301 W. South Temple

13. Capitol Theatre 50 W. 200 South

23. Gilgal Sculpture Garden 749 E. 500 South

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Pioneer Park 400 S. 400 West

14. Gallivan Plaza 239 S. Main Street

24. Trolley Square 602 E. 500 South

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Rose Wagner Theatre 138 W. 300 South

15. Exchange Place 400 S. State Street

25. Tracy Aviary 589 E. 1300 South

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Salt Palace 100 S. West Temple

16. OC Tanner Building 15 S. State Street

26. Rice Eccles Stadium 451 S. 1400 East

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Utah Museum of Contemporary Art 20 S. West Temple

17. Brigham Young's Grave Site 140 E. 1st Avenue

27. Red Butte Garden 300 Wakara Way

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Abravanel Hall 123 W. South Temple

18. Washington Square 451 S. State Street

28. Natural History Museum 301 Wakara Way

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Temple Square 15 East South Temple

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20. The Cathedral of the Madeline 331 E. South Temple

30. Utah's Hoogle Zoo 2600 Sunnyside Ave.

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Beerhive Pub 128 S. Main Street, SLC

Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery

Cosmopolitan | $8.50

357 S Main Street, SLC

Ingredients: High West Vodka, fresh lime, cranberry and a dash of triple sec This cocktail’s for all the nonbeer drinkers who visit the Beerhive. With Park City’s very own, High West Vodka, this cosmo is a great way to keep the night simple and classy. FYI this one’s not on the menu, but the bartender will whip it up for those who ask.

BS Mojito | $9 Ingredients: High West’s Silver Oat Whiskey, fresh strawberries, basil, lemon and lime juice, basil-infused simple syrup & soda water It may sound like the BS Mojito would be a sugar rush, but it surprisingly mirrors a mild sweet tea. For those who don’t like their drinks too strong or too fruity, this is a perfect match.

Dick n’ Dixie’s

Market Street Grill

479 E. Broadway, SLC

48 Market Street, SLC

St. Effin | $6

Bling Bling | $9.50

Ingredients: St. Effin- Effin Cucumber Vodka, St. Germain Liquor, soda water and lime The St. Germain in this cocktail gives the cucumber flavor of the vodka the subtle flavor of wildblossoms. When combined with the zest of the lime all three flavors combine for a full blown drinkgasm, making you want more.

Ingredients: Absolut Vodka, fresh muddled raspberries and a float of La Marca Prosecco champagne Prepare to be smitten! Whoever drinks the fanciful Bling Bling will be the lush of the night. The raspberries are a breath of fresh air that compliment the perfect float of La Marca Prosecco.

The Red Door | 57 W. 200 S #102, SLC

Cocaine Lady | $9 Ingredients: Vodka, amaretto, Kahlua, Bailey’s, cream, sprinkled with a line of powdered sugar This is one of the best dessert cocktails in downtown Salt Lake — the Cocaine Lady. The drink’s flavor is a liaison between a milkshake and a frothy latte. This drink is so good it leaves you wanting more and more, no matter what time of day it is.

Salt Lake has vibrant night life and can serve up some pretty mean drinks. There is a variety of ambiance to be had in the downtown area. With all the options downtown has to offer, you can have laid back night with a few friends or party until the sun comes up, any day of the week.


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Kristauf’s Martini Bar

Bar X

16 Market Street, SLC

155 E 200 S, SLC

Purple Cadillac | $8.50

Edison St. | $9

Ingredients: 1800 Silver Tequila, Blue Curacao, cranberry and lime juice, sweet and sour with a salted rim The Purple Cadillac cocktail is for all of those margarita lovers. It starts out salty and ends with a thirst-quenching sweetness. It’s balanced and subtle. The sugary twist will leave you wondering how you got to the bottom of the glass so quickly.

Ingredients: Bourbon, Drambuie, absinthe rinse, grapefruit bitters and grapefruit twist Enjoy the best of both worlds with Bar X’s infamous 2011 original — Edison St.! This gentlemen’s drink is strong, but a surefire way to get the night started. The musky bourbon warms the belly and leaves a small hint of fresh grapefruit aftertaste.

SEPTEMBER 6 – 9, 2012

2012 Salt Lake Greek Festival Tradition that’s set in stone!

Bayleaf Bar & Grub

Bourbon House

159 S. Main Street, SLC

19 E 200 S, SLC

Amaretto Jack | $4.50

Grape Ricky | $4

Ingredients: Jack Daniels, sweet and sour, triple sec and Sprite The Amaretto Jack is a sweet last chance to enjoy the last drop of summer. The liquors are subtle and take a back seat to the abundant delicious tropical flavors. It’s a fun and affordable girls-night-out drink.

Ingredients: Pinnacle grape vodka, grape pucker, lemonade, soda Sugar rush! This drink tastes like a liquid, grape Jolly Rancher. It’s filled with great flavor for those who have a sweet tooth.

www.SaltLakeGreekFestival.com 279 South 300 West Salt Lake City

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