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The Salt Lake Bees
Host of the 2011 Triple-A All-Star Game
Patio Dining Cool Off in Style
Salt Lake Breweries Tour of Utah
See Some of the Best Professional Cyclists on the Planet!
Plus... Attractions, Dining, Shopping,
Events & More!
When you come to Utah, be sure to visit
TEMPLE SQUARE in the heart of Salt Lake City
Tours are available in more than 30 languages
Many venues to choose from, and all are free
Your tour group can:
to the glorious music of the famed Mormon Tabernacle Choir, rehearsing and performing in the Tabernacle on Temple Square. They also perform in the 21,000-seat Conference Center. See visittemplesquare.com for details.
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your roots in the FamilySearch Center, where helpful volunteers can assist in retrieving family history information from the world’s largest repository of genealogical records.
through two upscale visitors’ centers that include the Christus statue by Danish sculptor Thorvaldsen. Visit the interactive map of ancient Jerusalem (kids love it!) and much more.
Step into the past,
where the story of family life of yesteryear will unfold room by room in the Beehive House, the seat of government in early Utah.
For information on these and many other fascinating venues on Temple Square, go to visittemplesquare.com, lds.org/placestovisit, or call 1-800-537-9703. © IRI. PD50020206
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The perfect place for the perfect evening.
Chef Dave Jones
Log Haven has been consistently voted Salt Lake’s Best & Most Romantic Restaurant since 1994. Nestled in the pines of the Wasatch National Forest, yet only minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. Log Haven provides a spectacular mountain backdrop for award-winning dining all year round.
Nature, Nurture, Nourishment, Wilderness, Waterfalls, Warm Fires
“Salt Lake’s most picturesque restaurant” Salt Lake Magazine
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on the cover Brandon Wood celebrates a run for the Bees with teammates Howie Kendrick, Gary Patchett and Brad Coon. Photo by Brent Asay.
features 10 Tour of Utah
The 2011 Tour of Utah is a must-see race for U.S. fans, where you’ll find the best cycling athletes in the world competing across one of the most scenic regions in the world.
20 Patio Dining
Beat the heat and dine on some of Utah’s top restaurant patios.
28 Chef’s Secrets
Step into the kitchen of award-winning Caffé Molise as they share their secret recipe for Caffé Molise Tiramisu.
42 Park City
Park City is rich with outdoor recreation that makes this popular winter resort a favorite summer escape for valley dwellers.
48 Salt Lake Bees
For the first time in Triple-A All-Star Game history, Minor League Baseball’s biggest midsummer event will return to a ballpark for a second visit, and the Salt Lake Bees have been given the honor of playing host.
66 Salt Lake Breweries
If you have come to Utah seeking a fine Utah-brewed beer, you have come to the right place. Utah is home of 14 breweries, each special in their own way.
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12 Fun Things to Do in Utah
58 Downtown Salt Lake Pub Map
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elcome to Utah and thank you for choosing Getaway Magazine to help you plan your vacation while you are here.
Utah has so much to offer, from the mountains to the valleys and everything in between. Summer in Utah provides the perfect climate to enjoy the five national parks, seven natural monuments, two recreation areas, six national forests and over 40 state parks. The once snow-packed slopes are now open for mountain biking, hiking, outdoor concerts and beautiful scenic dining. Many resorts offer zip line, alpine slide and other family-friendly activities.
We hope your stay here in our great state is a wonderful experience. Whether you are joining us for business or pleasure, you wonâ€™t be disappointed. Donâ€™t forget to check out our Web site at www. getawayutah.com for events, attractions, dining and deals on an array of things from our advertisers.
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There is also an abundance of theaters, farmers markets, festivals, the symphony, spas, shopping, art galleries, temple square, water parks, baseball games, river rafting and mountain train rides to name just a few.
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TOUR OF By Jackie Tyson, Peloton Sports, Inc. Photos by Utah Cycling Partnership - Erik Schramm
long with the diverse terrain and dramatic scenery along the Wasatch Front, combine 120 pro athletes, 50 support vehicles and dozens of photographers and TV camera operators on motorcycles and in helicopters. Throw in “The 2011 Tour of Utah is a must-see race for U.S. fans, where you’ll find the best cycling athletes in the world competing across one of the most scenic regions in the world.” some noisemakers, a picnic lunch, a camera and some friends. Then get ready for some astonishing feats of agility, speed and stamina provided by some of the best
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professional cyclists on the planet. You are ready to enjoy the 7th edition of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. The six-day stage race is scheduled for August 9-14 and has been recently elevated to one of the top three pro cycling events of its kind for North America. In fact, after the prestigious Tour de France concludes on ChampsÉlysées in Paris on July 24, some of the top teams in the world will head to the U.S. and will make the Tour of Utah their next major race on American soil. “The 2011 Tour of Utah is a must-see race for U.S. fans, where you’ll find the best cycling athletes in the world competing across one of the most scenic
regions in the world,” said American Levi Leipheimer, the 2010 champion of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah who plans to defend his title this year with Team RadioShack. At last year’s Tour de France, Leipheimer finished 13th overall. A native of Montana, his best finish at the Tour de France was in 2007 when he placed third overall. “I really appreciate a race like the Tour of Utah, which keeps getting bigger and better. From all the volunteers in the local communities, to the sponsors, and to all the fans who come to each stage, I look forward to defending my title with Team RadioShack this year,” added Leipheimer.
UTAH A total of 15 professional teams, with eight riders per team, will be invited to race the 2011 Tour of Utah. This will include the world’s best pro teams, like Team RadioShack, Team BMC and the world’s No. 1 team, HTC-Highroad. Teams like UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team and Team Type 1 – sanofi-aventis have all-star rosters, as well.
The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah began as a three-day event over Memorial Day weekend in 2004 for amateur and elite cyclists. The Utah Cycling Partnership, owned by family members from the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, purchased the event in 2007 and re-launched it the following year as a professional event covering five days. The race had grown from 9,000 feet of climbing in the first years to nearly 30,000 feet of climbing, becoming known as “America’s Toughest Stage Race.” It now features a week-long festival across multiple cities, with the pro race including a prologue and five stages.
the entire field will be the who’s who of professional cyclists.”
The Tour of Utah will begin for the professionals on Tuesday, August 9, with an opening Prologue in Park City. Stage races will be hosted the next two days by Ogden and Provo, respectively. On Friday an individual time trial will be held for the fourth consecutive year at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah. On Saturday, the pros will compete in a circuit race in downtown Salt Lake City. And the final day of competition will be the “Queen Stage” on Sunday, which is an epic day of climbing
from Park City to Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort in Little Cottonwood Canyon. This could be the decisive stage to determine the 2011 champion.
The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah continues to be free to all spectators, making professional cycling one of the most unique pro sports in the world today. More than 350 volunteers are needed for the event, and cycling fans are encouraged to volunteer for one or more days of the event. Official information will be posted at www.tourofutah.com, with updates on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
“This is really big for Utah. Professional cycling provides a unique setting from which we can showcase our beautiful state. It’s great for spectators. It’s great for athletes. And, it’s particularly great for tourism,” said Steve Miller, president of the Utah Cycling Partnership. “We’re very grateful to the fans and sponsors, without whom, this race simply would not be possible. This year
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ou’ll never have trouble finding fun things to do in Salt Lake, Provo & Park City. In 1853, Social Hall in downtown Salt Lake became the first actual theater west of the Missouri River. In our family-friendly communities, activities include theater and dance, live sports, family fun centers and much more. All this and the most beautiful mountains in the world to hike, snowboard or ski. If you can’t find something fun to do, you’re not trying.
The Salt Lake Bees Attraction What says Summer more than taking in a Bees home baseball game? Check www.slbees.com to see the line up and don’t forget the AAA all-star games coming to Salt Lake July 11,12 and 13th, as the Salt Lake Bees host the AAA Allstar Game for the second time. 8 77 West 1300 South Salt Lake City Call for schedule 801-325-BASE www.slbees.com
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Hollywood Connection Attraction Have a great time in lots of different ways at Hollywood Connection. This entertainment complex includes skating, rides, mini-golf and even a 15-screen movie theater! Planning a group event for kids? Let Hollywood Connection take care of the details, ask about party packages and group rates. Who says corporate meetings have to be dull? Hold your next event at the Hollywood Connection. 83217 South Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City, 801-973-4386 Mon-Thurs 4:00pm to 9:30pm, Fri 4:00pm to 11:00pm, Sat 11:30am to 11:00pm, Sunday 11:30am to 9:30pm www.hollywoodconnectionslc.com
Seven Peaks Resort Water Park, Salt Lake Water Park Kids and adults alike will love a day at the water park. Choose from slides, the wave pool and the kiddie area. Fun for all ages! Call or go online for more info. 81200 West 1700 South, Salt Lake City Monday–Saturday 801-972-3300 www.sevenpeaks.com
Solitude Ski Resort Recreation Solitude has many summer activities to enjoy. Come up for some hiking, mountain biking, fishing or an adventure on one of our mountain scooters. You’re also welcome to try your hand at a game of disc golf or spend an afternoon orienteering from point to point in diverse terrain. If you’re looking for pure relaxation, visit us for a delicious weekend brunch, a scenic lift ride or a massage at the Spa at Solitude. You could spend your summer anywhere, but when you spend it in Solitude, it’s special. 812000 Big Cottonwood Canyon, Salt Lake City, Sunday–Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm, 801-534-1400, www.solitude.com
Experience summer in Solitude. Hike or mountain bike on our endless trails or try our mountain scooters and disc golf.
Salt Lake City Golf Recreation Welcome to golf at its finest! Salt Lake offers some of the best rated, best maintained and most affordable public golf courses you’ll find. Nine full-service golf courses. Something for everyone. Historic Forest Dale and Nibley Park to the breathtaking views of Bonneville and Mountain Dell to the ultimate challenge of Wingpointe, Utah’s own links-style course. With all this golf so close, why play anywhere else? 8Throughout the city Salt Lake City Call for schedule 801-484-3333 www.slc-golf.com
Hope Gallery Arts & Culture Hope Gallery and Museum of Fine Art features works from old European masters to early 20th-century artists and offers one of America’s largest collections of original Scandinavian art. Masterpieces worth millions from Rembrandt and Degas are on display right here on Main Street in Salt Lake City. Owner Soren Edsburg travels the world looking for treasures to display at the Hope Gallery. One of the largest Carl Bloch collections in the world. 8151 South Main Street, Salt Lake City Mon-Fri 10:00am to 5:30pm, Sat 10:00am to 4:00pm 801-532-1336 www.hopegallery.com
It’s not just about getting out, it’s where you go.
Enjoy weekend brunch at kimi’s mountainside bistro or the unique dining adventure of the Yurt. You could spend your summer days anywhere, but when you spend them at Solitude, it’s unforgettable.
Just a short, 25-minute drive from Salt Lake
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LDS Temple Square Attraction Learn more about one of the most fascinating stories of faith in American History, the beautifully landscaped Temple Square is home to many historic landmarks. The centerpiece is the impressive six-spired granite LDS Temple, a 19th-century engineering wonder which took 40 years to complete. See a free concert in the Old Tabernacle or enjoy a wonderful meal at Brigham Young’s Lion House Restaraunt. 850 East North Temple, Salt Lake City Sun-Sat 9:00am to 9:00pm 801-240-1245, www.visittemplesquare.com
Tour of Utah Attraction Come and watch as the world’s best professional cycling teams at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, August 9–14, 2011, including HTC-Highroad, Team RadioShack, and 13 more squads. Over six days, these athletes will cover nearly 400 miles, beginning with a Prologue in Park City on Tuesday and ending with the epic climb to Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort on Sunday. The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah continues to be free to all spectators! Follow the event at www.tourofutah.com. 8 301 West Temple, Salt Lake City August 9–14, 801-325-2500 www.tourofutah.com
Salt Lake Jewish Community Center Attraction The I.J. and Jeanné Wagner Jewish Community Center has much to offer, including educational programs, multicultural events and year-round recreation and fitness (daily memberships available). The JCC is also home to The Price Family Holocaust Memorial. This exhibit informs and teaches, and the memorial inspires and provides space for contemplation. 8 2 North Medical Drive, Salt Lake City Mon–Thurs 5:00am to 10:00pm, Friday 5:00am to 6:00pm, Saturday & Sunday 8:00am to 6:00pm, 801-581-0098 www.slcjcc.org
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The Utah Shakespearean Festival Arts & Culture Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespeare Festival is widely recognized as one of the best professional theater events in the nation. This year the Shakespeare Festival will celebrate their fiftieth anniversay. Check out the website for schedules and to purchase tickets 8 351 West Center Street Cedar City Call for showtimes 800-PLAYTIX www.bard.org
Our 2011 Season June 23 — October 22 A Midsummer Night’s Dream Richard III Romeo and Juliet The Music Man The Glass Menagerie Noises Off! The Winter’s Tale Dial M for Murder
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Hale Centre Theater - Orem Arts & Culture Visit one of the West’s favorite live theatre venues. Not only Utah’s top acting talent, but Tony Award winners and network TV stars are cast in comedies, musicals and dramas that are performed year round. Mark this Utah County favorite as a mustdo while you’re here. This season, enjoy Suessical the Musical April 28–June 11, The Hit June 23–July 30 and The Drowsey Chaperone August 11–October 1. 8225 West 400 North, Orem 801-226-8600 Call for showtimes www.haletheater.org
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Odyssey Dance Theatre Arts & Culture When it comes to dance performance tour acts, one name stands above the rest— Odyssey Dance Theatre. This Utah-based organization employs the nation’s best dancers as magnificent entertainers and graceful performers, and now Odyssey Dance Theatre is putting on a performance near you, so get tickets to the dramatic dancing extravaganza today! 81395 East Presidents Circle, Salt Lake City Call for showtimes 801-581-7100, www.odysseydance.com
Hale Centre Theatre West Valley Attraction Utah’s Premiere Family Theater is celebrating 25 years of live stage excellence. The regions finest actors and directors produce first-rate Broadway musicals and plays year round. Voted “Best of State” five years running. Easy access off I-215 and 3500 South with free adjacent parking. Playing this season: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels June 7–July 23, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat August 2–September 24. 83333 South Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City, 801-984-9000 Call for showtimes www.halecentretheatre.org
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Nominated for 11 Tony Awards and 10 Drama Desk Awards…and more audience laughter than anything else in recent years! Run to get your tickets....you snooze, you lose!
7 Tony Award Nominations! Full of fabulous music, show stopping dancing and raucous fun… By Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Wow! Book Early!
call the box office 801.984.9000
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or go online at www.halecentretheatre.org 3333 South Decker Lake Drive (2200 W) West Valley City, UTah
Seven Peaks Resort Water Park - Provo Water Park Come visit Seven Peaks Water Park and enjoy 16 waterslides, a 400,000 gallon wave pool, kids swimming areas and slides, group pavilions & cabanas, a giant half pipe tube ride, 100-foot free fall drop slides and a quarter-mile lazy river! 81330 East 300 North, Provo Monday–Saturday 801-373-8777 www.sevenpeaks.com
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Rocky Mountain Raceways Arts & Culture Rocky Mountain Raceway facility hosts sprint car, super stock, street stock and mini stock races. The 3/8 mile oval track features both a figure eight and a drag strip. Races run from April to October. Most events are held Thursday through Sunday. The raceway park caters to families with weekend races and nonsmoking/no alcohol seating sections. So bring the kids and come to watch the fun. Check the local media for race times. 86555 West 2100 South, West Valley City Call for schedule 801-252-9557 www.rmrracing.com
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Snowbird Summer Resort Attraction This year-round resort offers an abundace of activities during the summer. Whether you come for the day or the weekend, you can fill your time with biking, hiking, dining, zip-line, alpine slide, ropes course, spa and so much more. Weekends are filled with outdoor free concerts and other events. Check out the Web site for special packages. 89600 East Little Cottonwood Canyon, Salt Lake City, Open Daily, 801-933-2222 www.snowbird.com Square 1 Fitness Fitness Square 1 Fitness offer day passes, weekly or monthly memberships. They also offer skincare, massage therapy, tanning and personal training.
8729 East 2100 South Salt Lake City Open 24 hours 801-467-4945 www.mysquare1fitness.com Farmer’s Market Attraction Downtown Salt Lake City is the place for Utah’s largest Farmers Market featuring 200 vendors of fresh produce, flowers, meats, cheeses, handmade crafts, gifts and much more. Join us for the best brunch in town that offers an array of homemade baked goods and ethnic cuisine. Saturday mornings 8am to 1pm, June–October 8 150 South 400 West, Salt Lake City Saturday mornings 8am to 1pm www.slfarmersmarket.org
Church History Museum Attraction Visit the Church History Museum and experience Mormon artifacts from around the world. These interactive exhibits are engaging, educational and inspiring. Favorites include the life sized pioneer cabin, children’s interactive exhibits, Latin American exhibit and quilt exhibit. Open 7 days 845 North West Temple Salt Lake City 801-240-3310 Mon-Fri 9am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 7pm www.lds.org
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See. Listen. Feel.
A visit to the Church History Museum in Salt Lake City could change the way you see others and yourself. Everybody knows that Salt Lake
signature exhibit on the main floor,
Human Ties exhibit. And if you are
City was founded by the Mormons,
where you can track the beginnings
an art lover, don’t miss our collec-
but what do you really know about
of the faith in upstate New York
tion of Mormon art from around
the history of the Mormon people?
all the way through the arrival
the world. These interactive exhib-
The Church History Museum,
into the Salt Lake Valley. Interested
its are engaging, educational, and
located across the street from
in the international history of the
inspiring—and best of all, they are
Temple Square in downtown Salt
Church? Visit one of our many
free to the public! You don’t want
Lake, tells the story of Mormon
international history exhibits. Got
to miss visiting the world-class
history through art and artifacts
kids? Take them through one of our
Church History Museum, open
presented in professional and
hands-on children’s exhibits. Love
seven days a week. Self-guided or
thoughtful exhibits. Want a quick
quilts? Don’t forget to visit our
docent-led tours are available.
overview? Walk through our
Pieces of Me: Quilted Expressions of
Learn about Mormon history at the Church History Museum Experience Mormon art and artifacts from around the world, including: • Life-size pioneer cabin • Interactive children’s exhibits • Mi vida mi historia (Latin American exhibit) • Pieces of Me (quilt exhibit)
Free to the Public Open 7 days a week
45 N. West Temple Street
Mon.–Fri. 9:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.
(Downtown, across the street
Weekends 10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
from Temple Square)
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Patio dining in Salt Lake City By Lori Lee
hen you hear “patio dining,” many folks picture revving up the ol’ grill, shining the spatula, throwing on spiced burgers and juicy steaks and calling friends over for dinner. But along the Wasatch Front that’s not the only way to enjoy a patio. Yes, there is food and fresh air a plenty, but you don’t have to do the cooking. Restaurants strewn throughout Salt Lake Valley provide the patio, the umbrella, the fresh air and sometimes even the citronella candles. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy. A patio (from the Spanish word patio, meaning “back garden” or “backyard”) is an outdoor space generally used for dining or recreation and is typically paved, but sometimes may be out on a
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large deck. During summer months, patio dining is a favorite way to take in the fresh air and summer ambiance while enjoying drinks, conversation and fun cuisine.
Popular around the world, from the Middle East to Australia to Europe and across the U.S., veranda, terrace and garden dining provide a cross-cultural, comfortable, seasonal dining experience. And in Salt Lake City, kicking back on the patio is a favorite, no matter the type of food you prefer. A Salt Lake favorite is Ruth’s Diner, up Emigration Canyon. The creekside patio has seasonal decor, little lights, pots of flowers and large trees, but best of all, you sit right at the foot of the
mountain. It’s hard to beat scenery like that.
Salt Lake Valley enjoys views of the majestic Wasatch Range to the east and the Oquirrh Range to the west, and other times the view opens to surrounding shops and city hustle. Some restaurants have family-friendly patios, while others are more of a bar atmosphere complete with live bands and alcohol. A romantic evening. A relaxing Sunday brunch. A night kicking back listening to music under the stars. Summer options abound. Read the following highlights to pinpoint which patio dining experience you want to try first. It’s time to enjoy the high points of summer in Salt Lake and patio dining grabs the spotlight.
Escape the valley heat and dine in the beautiful surroundings of the Wasatch Mountains at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. Featuring patio dining with a wide array of choices from Italian to pizza and Sunday Brunch, Snowbird offers lunch and dinner options for every taste. Special for this summer, kids dine free with a paying adult (subject to limited restaurants and menu items, see snowbird.com for details). Come play and refuel at the Bird! 9600 East Little Cottonwood Canyon 801-933-2222 | www.snowbird.com
The patio at Caffe Molise is an oasis in downtown Salt Lake. Greenery, flowers, and the trickling of the fountain make you forget you’re in the heart of the city. On Friday evenings, nothing can beat sitting on the patio, savoring the rustic cuisine of Caffe Molise, sipping Prosecco, and listening to live jazz. With it’s central downtown location and size (6,000 square feet), the patio is a perfect setting for weddings, corporate functions, and private events. 55 West 100 South | 801 364-8833 www.caffemolise.com
Meditrina Small Plates and Wine Bar is a casual, eclectic eatery specializing in playful fusion cuisine. The patio is strewn with lights and surrounded by the onsite gardens containing herbs, heirloom tomatoes, and other unique vegetables and fruits used in the menus. This summer, the chef is featuring a new pergola with a chef’s tasting menu in the garden. This custom menu will be available once a month or upon request with either a communal feel or a party of up to 10. 1394 South West Temple | 801-485-2055 www.meditrinaslc.com
Featuring three levels of outdoor seating, a variety of live music and the perfect atmosphere for any meal- day or night- Ruth’s Diner has been the premiere patio for dining in Salt Lake City for over 30 years. The canyon setting makes for the perfect afternoon drive and surrounding trees and beautiful Utah mountains add a whole new dimension to patio dining. 4160 Emigration Canyon Road 801-582-5807 | ruthsdiner.com
Log Haven Log Haven’s most popular outdoor dining spot is located at the base of a breathtaking waterfall. With 360 degree views of the Wasatch National Forest, the patio provides a memorable backdrop for dining. Dog Days of Summer is held in an adjacent hillside, where diners with well-behaved canine companions will be seated and can order from Log Haven’s seasonal menu. 6451 East Millcreek Canyon Road 801-272-8255 | www.log-haven.com
Located near the University of Utah, The Market Street Broiler has an appealing shaded brick patio that has an intimate and romantic feel & is typically full during warm weather months. Enjoy a delicious dish and a glass of your favorite wine while relaxing on the Patio at the Market Street Broiler! 260 South 1300 East | 801-583-8808 www.gastronomyinc.com/broiler
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alt Lake, Provo & Park City all offer often overlooked dining experiences. The diversity of menu selections is surprising to many first-time visitors to Utah. Menus range from American beef selections to raw foods, classic pub fare and 5-star dining. Ethnic selections include authentic French, Italian, Lebanese, Asian and Mexican, just to name a few. There are so many different and diverse choices, you can enjoy a new flavorful selection for every meal while you are in Utah.
Biaggi’s Italian Fresh, relaxed and delicious. The informal, friendly ambience at Biaggi’s will set you at ease as you enjoy laid back Italian dining. Start out with the mushroom appetizer stuffed with sausage and seasoned with spinach, white wine, garlic and herbed butter. If you’re just in for a quick lunch, try one of the pizzas prepared fresh with handmade dough. For dinner, try one of the great entrées like Tilapia Florentine or Veal Parmesan. Biaggi’s now offers a gluten-free menu. 8194 South 400 West, Salt Lake City Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 10:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 10:30pm, Sun 11:30am to 9:00pm 801-596-7222, www.biaggis.com
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Bohemian Brewery Italian The brewmasters at the Bohemian craft their beers according to the ancient German Purity Law known as “Reiheitsgebot.” If you’re feeling manly, then ask for a Hefeweizen or Lager by the same name. There’s no doubt about it, when it comes to beer, they just get it. But the food is just as good. Sample the traditional German Schnitzel, or munch on delicious, fresh crab cakes. For dessert? Apple Strudel! Enjoy dining on the patio during the Summer months. 894 East Fort Union Boulevard, Salt Lake City, Mon-Sat 11am to Midnight, Sun 11am to 10pm 801-566-5474, www.bohemianbrewery.com
Caffe Molise Italian Simple, elegant and from the heart. Come and experience Italian cuisine from the Molise area of Italy. Enjoy dinner surrounded by local art in our dining room or choose a table on our delightful garden patio. Friday evenings feature live jazz with the John Flander’s Trio. Cafe’ Molise is also an ideal pre-theater dinner choice. Full liquor, beer and wine selection. Caffe Molise offers a spectacular outdoor dining experience. 855 West 100 South, Salt Lake City Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 9pm, Sat 11:30am to 10pm, Sun 10am to 9pm 801-364-8833, www.caffemolise.com
or 81 years, this beloved Utah icon has reached a remarkable milestone as the second oldest Restaurant in Utah. Unfortunately, Ruth didn’t live to see it. She passed away in November of 1989 at the age of 94. She was a great storyteller and spirited woman whose language could make a gangster blush. In 1930, she started the diner as Ruth’s Hamburgers. After many years of flipping burgers downtown, Ruth’s building was sold and demolished. So, she bought a Salt Lake Trolley Car and moved it up Historical Emigration Canyon where she reopened in 1949. Ruth built an apartment
onto the back of her trolley car (it’s now the lower dining room) and lived on the property alone with her little Chihuahua dogs for almost 40 years. The extensive menu offers American Comfort food, serving breakfast until 4 p.m., and lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Ruth’s breakfast selections include Ruth’s famous mile-high biscuits served with country gravy, pecan cinnamon roll French toast, corned beef hash and eggs, numerous versions of eggs Benedict and all your breakfast favorites. Lunch selections include maple BBQ salmon salad, Ruth’s burgers, a variety of specialty sandwiches
and salads, and entrees for our vegetarian and vegan friends. Dinners include specialty salads, sandwiches, Ruth’s burgers, and entrees like, pot roast, raspberry chicken, fresh salmon, pork tenderloin and Grandma Claire’s baked Mac and Cheese. Ruth’s Diner is located at 4160 Emigration Canyon Road, 2 miles east of the Hogle Zoo and just 10 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City.
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Cedars of Lebanon Middle Eastern Not just a meal, a true international dining experience you won’t forget! Cedars of Lebanon is proud to offer the finest in Lebanese and Moroccan cuisine. Try the authentic shesh-kababs, and finish off with delicious baklava. But it’s not over with dessert—now it’s time for the belly dancers! Group events and catering available. Have a party under a Moroccan tent in the Casbah Room! 8152 East 200 South, Salt Lake City Mon-Frid 11:30am to 3:00pm & 5:00pm to 10:00pm, Sat 5:00pm to 11:00pm 801-364-4096 www.cedarsoflebanonrestaurant.com
Franck’s French Watch Chef Franck prepare your delicious meal on the “Chef Cam”! The menu at Franck’s showcases the award-winning chef’s passion for food. It includes some French favorites but also incorporates some simple American dishes. Taste of the Nation People’s Choice 2007 and Salt Lake Tribune Four Stars. Reserve a table online at www.francksfood.com. Extensive wine selection. 86263 Holladay Blvd, Salt Lake City Tues-Thurs 6:00pm to 9:00pm, Fri-Sat 5:30pm to 9:00pm 801-274-6264, www.francksfood.com
Lamb’s Grill Café American Since 1919, Lamb’s Grill Cafe has been serving Utahans delicious meals. What started as a very popular restaurant in Logan, Utah moved in 1939 to Salt Lake’s business district. Whether you come to Lamb’s for the Eggs Benedict, fresh seafood, the delicious broiled lamb chops with mint jelly or the world famous rice pudding, all are excellently prepared. You will be completely satisfied. Reservations accepted. 8169 South Main Street, Salt Lake City Mon-Fri 7:00am to 9:00pm, Sat 8:00am to 9:00pm 801-364-7166, www.lambsgrill.com
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Log Haven Fine Dining Well known for its romantic, enchanting mountain setting, Log Haven is a historic location that has long been known in Salt Lake as the place to go. This quaint little hideaway sits only four miles up Mill Creek Canyon and has a menu that includes steaks, seafood and wonderful desserts, all made from fresh, natural, local ingredients. Full wine list. Visit www.log-haven.com for information on private parties and weddings. 8 6451 East Millcreek Canyon Road, Salt Lake City 7 days a week 5:30pm to 9:00pm 801-272-8255, www.log-haven.com Mayan Restaurant Mexican In the mood for a side of Adventure with your main course? As you enter the Mayan, you will feel like you are entering an ancient temple. You will eat like Mayan Royalty as you feast on tasty Mexican favorites like quesadillas, monster burritos and enchiladas. Then prepare to watch a professional diving show as the cliff divers attempt deathdefying stunts, flying off of the rock cliffs and into the pool. 8 9400 South State St, Salt Lake City Mon-Thurs 4pm to 9pm, Fri 3pm to 10pm, Sat 11am to 10pm, Sun 12pm to 8pm, 801-304-4600
6055 S 900 E Salt Lake City (801) 293-7115 Lunch, Mon-Sat, 11:30-2 Dinner: Mon-Thurs 5:30-9:30 Fri &Sat 5:30-10 26 getaway SALT LAKE CITY, PROVO & PARK CITY
Meditrina Spanish Meditrina is unlike any other dining experience you will find in Salt Lake. It is a small-plates and wine bar in the tradition of Spanish â€œTapas.â€? If you love gastronomic exploration and tasting many different things while enjoying a great vino, then Meditrina is a must for your visit to Utah. Try one of the great appetizers like the marinated olives or the basilico. Feel free to explore and try a variety of dishes. Monthly wine tasting 2nd Tuesday of each month. Seasonal outdoor dining. 8 1394 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 2pm & 5:30pm to 9:30pm, Fri & Sat 11:30am to 2pm & 5:30pm to 10:30pm 801-485-2055, www.meditrinaslc.com Red Rock Junction Pub/Brewery Red Rock is an award-winning local brewery and restaurant. In addition to the Salt Lake City location, you can enjoy Red Rock at Redstone Center. Blonde Ale and Red Rock White are just two of the medal-winning selections. Be sure to ask about the seasonal selections for winter. Great food selection with sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts. 8 1640 West Redstone Center Drive, Suite 105, Park City Sun-Thurs 11:00am to 10:00pm, Fri & Sat11:00am to 11:00pm 435-575-0295 www.redrockbrewing.com
Red Rock Brewing Company Pub/Brewery Beer enthusiasts, this is your Mecca! Red Rock is an award-winning local brewery and restaurant located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. The brewing team continues to find creative ways to please the palates of beer lovers. Blonde Ale and Red Rock White are just two of the medal winning selections. Great food selection with sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts. 8 254 South 200 West, Salt Lake City Sun-Thurs 11am-11pm, Fri & Sat 11am-12am 801-521-7446, www.redrockbrewing.com
Ruth’s Diner Classic American Take a scenic trip up Emigration Canyon to a diner with almost as much personality as the woman who founded it 80 years ago. Ruth’s is never short on stories, and it’s certainly never short on delicious homestyle cooking. The tender, flaky biscuits are big enough to be a meal on their own. Enjoy live music on the patio on summer evenings. 8 4160 Emigration Canyon Road, Salt Lake City, Summer Hours: Open daily 8am to 10pm, 801-582-5807 www.ruthsdiner.com
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Snake Creek Grill
The ballots have been cast. Locals and visitors alike applaud the homey comfort food with a fresh, innovative twist and the laid-back roadhouse environment tucked away in the charming farmlands surrounding Heber Valley, Utah.
650 W 100 S, Heber City 435-654-2133 www.snakecreekgrill.com
When you’re in Italy, every meal is an event for family and friends. A time to relax, to laugh, to share stories of the past and dreams for the future. It’s this tradition of honoring food and celebrating those it brings together that has made Biaggi’s a unique and inviting restaurant. Our private event room is the perfect place for group gatherings and special events.
194 South 400 West | 801-596-7222 www.biaggis.comol
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 and definitely a step above the rest.
326 South West Temple | 801-8197565 | www.graciesslc.com
The brewmasters at the Bohemian craft their beers according to the ancient German Purity Law known as “Reiheitsgebot.” If you’re feeling manly, then ask for a Hefeweizen or Lager by the same name. There’s no doubt about it, when it comes to beer, they just get it. But the food is just as good. Sample the traditional German Schnitzel, or munch on delicious, fresh crab cakes. For dessert? Apple Strudel! Enjoy dining on the patio during the Summer months.
94 Fort Union Boulevard 801-566-5474 www.bohemianbrewery.com
An inventive menu that takes Old West, made from scratch, café-style cooking and gives it a new contemporary twist. The extensive wine list perfectly complements the dishes, many of which are prepared in the wood-fired smoker. Only the freshest, local ingredients are used. The Wild Grape is only a year old but is already an award-winning restaurant.
481 East S. Temple | 801-746-5565 www.wildgrapebistro.com
Poplar Street (21+) Inferno Cantina (21+) Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City on Pierpont Ave. right across the street from Lumpys Downtown the new Inferno Cantina nightclub/ restaurant is open for your dining, dancing, and socializing needs!
122 W. Pierpont | 801-883-8838 www.infernoslc.com
Party on Poplar Street! Weekly drink specials like $3.50 Micro Steins on Mondays, $1.50 Coors and Coors Light Cans on Tuesdays, $2.50 Coors Steins and $3 Whiskey shots on Wednesday, $2 Coronas and $2 Tequila shots on Thursday. Great selection of bottled and draft beers. Fabulous pizza is just one part of a very appetizing menu. In the summer, hang out and enjoy the weather on the patio.
242 S. 200 West | 801-532-2715 www.poplarstreetpub.com
Fiddler’s Elbow (21+) The Green Pig (21+) Enjoy 32 beers on tap while watching your favorite sporting event. At Fiddler’s Elbow you can find a casual comfortable atomoshere with world famous breakfast on Saturdays and award-winning prime rib buffet on Sundays. Fiddler’s also offers a large patio during summer months.
1063 East 2100 South 801-463-9393 www.fiddlerselbowslc.com
Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, The Green Pig Pub is your neighborhood pub! Stop in for delicious lunch, dinner, frosty beers and your favorite cocktails. Check out our new rooftop patio, or catch the game on one of our 8 flatscreen tv’s, we carry all the major sports packages, or shoot a few games of pool.
31 East 400 South | 801-532-7441 www.greenpigpub.com PlanMyGetaway.com
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The Charcoal Room at Sky Bar Premium Gourmet The breathtaking views of The Charcoal Room Restaurant include the cityscape framed by the mountains—unequaled in Salt Lake City. This pairing of a delicious dining experience with nature’s remarkable beauty equals a must-see experience for you in Salt Lake. The Charcoal Room Restaurant has it all— steak, seafood and pasta dishes. An excellent location for a romantic dinner for two. 8 161 West 600 South, Salt Lake City Restaurant: Monday–Saturday 4:30pm to 11:00pm, Dance Club open until 1:00am, Closed Sundays. 801-530-1313
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Spaghetti Mama’s Italian Everybody loves Mama’s Italian Kitchen, even if you’re not Italian at all! The warm and friendly atmosphere will set you at ease as you enjoy pasta with thick, rich sauces, cheesy pizza with perfect crust and the heartiest lasagna in Utah. The popularity of Mama’s makes it a good idea to call ahead for seating. Awarded Restaurant of the Year by the City of Sandy. 875 East 9400 South, Sandy Mon-Thurs 11:00am to 10:00pm, Fri & Sat 11:00am to 11:00pm, Sun 1:00pm to 9:00pm 801-676-0662, www.spaghettimamas.com
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Spencer’s Steakhouse Steakhouse Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops of Salt Lake City is the ultimate steakhouse. Featuring USDA prime grade steaks that are aged, hand cut and seared to perfection in our 1600-degree broiler. Spencer’s features flavorful NY strips, tender Filet Mignons and outstanding bone-in Ribeyes which Spencer’s is named after. If you prefer the sea to the plains, try the fresh seafood such as the sashimi grade Ahi tuna, wild caught Salmon or cold-water Australian lobster tail. 8225 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City Mon-Fri 11:30am to 11:00pm 801-238-4748, www. spencersforsteakandchops.com
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Market Street Grill Seafood Since 1980, Market Street Grill has been rated as Salt Lake’s finest seafood restaurant. Located in the historic Salt Lake Hotel, the Market Street Grill is open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch with a bountiful variety of hours-fresh seafood, scrumptious steaks, chicken, prime rib, pastas, salads and delectable fresh-baked desserts. Children’s menu available. 82985 East Cottonwood Parkway or 10702 South River Front Parkway, Salt Lake City or South Jordan Hours vary by location Downtown: 801-322-4668, South Jordan: 801-302-2262 www.ginc.com
Tuscany Italian Experience a mountain landscape atmosphere similar to Tuscany right here at the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains in Salt Lake City. This enchanting environment is the perfect place to enjoy the exceptional ItalianAmerican Cuisine which is paired with a wine list that won an award for excellence by Wine Spectator. Zagat rated Tuscany “extraordinary.” Sure to impress any guest. Private events are easily accommodated. Three patios with breathtaking views. 8 2832 E 6200 South, Salt Lake City Tuesday–Thursday 5:30pm to 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday 6:00pm to 9:00pm, Brunch Sundays 10:00am to 1:30pm 801-277-9919, www.tuscanyslc.com
One child per paying adult dines free in select restaurants when ordering from the 12 and under menu, sit-down service only. Valid 5/9/11 - 11/17/11.
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taking all the Neatest and Greatest things we’ve Ever seen, sensed or Tasted and SHARING THAT WITH OTHERS! 2020 east 3300 south, salt lake city • 801-466-9246
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Wild Grape Bistro Bistro An inventive menu that takes Old West, made from scratch, café-style cooking and gives it a new contemporary twist. The extensive wine list perfectly complements the dishes, many of which are prepared in the wood-fired smoker. Only the freshest, local ingredients are used. The Wild Grape is only a year old but is already an awardwinning restaurant. 8 481 East South Temple, Salt Lake City Closed Mondays. Open Tuesday–Saturday for breakfast, lunch and dinner 801-746-5565, www.wildgrapebistro.com
Yamasaki Japanese/Asian A wonderful combination of Asian/ Japanese food. This family-friendly restaurant can accomodate groups of 50 or is a nice setting for a quiet dinner for two. The menu has a great selection with half off sushi happy hour. 8 6055 South 900 East, Salt Lake City Open 7 days a week 11am to 2pm for lunch and 5:30pm to 9:30pm for dinner 801-293-7115
Terrapin Grill Barbeque Terrapin Grill offers some of the Country’s Best Barbeque! Other specialties include Authentic New Orleans, Cajun/ Creole, Southern Italian, Caribbean, Indian Curries and Tandoori, Authentic Mexican and Eclectic Americana Cuisine. Terrapin is fully mobile so they can cook on-site or deliver. They also offer their own Handcrafted Gourmet Smokehouse Products, Jerky, Nuts, Spices, Smoked Fish, Barbecue, Hot and Wing Sauces! Delivery available. 8 2020 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City Monday-Saturday 10:30am to 9:00pm 801-808-5974 www.terripanstationsmokingco.com
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The Broiler Fine Seafood Cuisine Located near the University of Utah, The Market Street Broiler has an appealing shaded brick patio that has an intimate and romantic feel & is typically full during warm weather months. Enjoy a delicious dish and a glass of your favorite wine while relaxing on the Patio at the Market Street Broiler. 8 260 South 1300 East, Salt Lake City Lunch Monday–Saturday 11:30am to 3pm, Dinner Monday–Thursday 3pm to 9:30pm, 801-583-8808, gastronomyinc.com/broiler
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Snowbird Summer Resort Quick bites to fine dining Escape the valley heat and dine in the beautiful surroundings of the Wasatch Mountains at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort. Featuring patio dining with a wide array of choices from Italian to pizza and Sunday Brunch, Snowbird offers lunch and dinner options for every taste. Special for this summer, kids dine free with a paying adult (subject to limited restaurants and menu items, see snowbird.com for details). Come play and refuel at the Bird! 8 9600 East Little Cottonwood Canyon Salt Lake City, Open 7 days for breakfast, lunch and dinner 801-933-2222, www.snowbird.com
Inferno Cantina Authentic Mexican Inferno Cantina is a restaurant by day and a nightclub/restaurant by night. Check out the great breakfast and lunch specials or enjoy your favorite drink on the patio of Salt Lake’s only tequila bar. 8 122 West Pierpont Ave, Salt Lake City Open 7 days a week till 1am 801-883-8838 www.infernoslc.com
DINE WELL. Allie’s American Grille
Open daily, offering a menu of American Favorites Daily Full Breakfast Buffet to include a live omelet station Prime Rib Dinner Buffet offered on Friday nights Daily lunch salad/soup & sandwich buffets
Featuring appetizers & dinner in an intimate atmosphere
For more information call
Open daily 5pm – midnight Join us for Happy Hour Mon – Thur, 5-7pm
Allie’s American Grill Provo Marriott Classic American The perfect place for any dining occasion. Classic dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and anytime in between. Conveniently located in the center of town in Provo. Come casual and enjoy your choice of American favorites. 8101 West 100 South, Provo Mon-Fri 6:30pm to 2:00pm & 5:00pm to 10:00pm, Sat & Sun 7:00am to 2:00pm & 5:00pm to 10:00pm 801-377-4700, www.provomarriott.com
Located at the Provo Marriott 101 West 100 North, Provo, UT 84601 • 801-377-4700 • www.provomarriott.com Present this ad to your server to receive a free appetizer with the purchase of two entrees.
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Park City, Heber, Morgan & Weber Canyon
Heber Valley Railroad Attraction You havenâ€™t seen the natural beauty of Utah until youâ€™ve seen it from the perspective of the Historic Heber Valley Railroad! Add in a horseback ride or even a rafting trip down the Provo River during summer and this makes for a full day of fun and adventure, Wild West style! For those wanna-be detectives out there, try the comedy murder mystery excursion. The Heber Valley Railroad is currently booking private events and group activities for the summer season as well. To receive a customized proposal for your group, please complete our Group Reservation Form or call 435-654-5601. 8450 South 600 West, Heber City 435-654-5601, Call for schedules www.www.hebervalleyrr.org
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Park City Rafting Recreation Enjoy the fun and excitement of rafting the Weber River. You can choose a twohour or full-day trip. The perfect way to experience a fun-filled mild white-water experience. Trips depart daily, call for times and availability. 8Located in Weber Canyon, Weber, Utah Open daily during the season 435-655-3800 www.parkcityrafting.net Snake Creek Grill Fine dining with a homey touch Located just a short drive from Park City, Snake Creek Grill is worth the drive. The ballots have been cast. Locals and visitors alike applaud the homey comfort food with a fresh, innovative twist and the laid-back roadhouse environment tucked away in the charming farmlands surrounding Heber Valley, Utah. 8 650 West 100 South, Heber City Wednesday–Saturday 5:30pm to 9:30pm 435-654-2133, www.snakecreekgrill.com
Locals and visitors alike applaud the homey comfort food with a fresh, innovative twist and the laid-back roadhouse environment tucked away in the charming farmlands surrounding Heber Valley, Utah. Owned and operated by Executive Chef Dean Hottle, Snake Creek Grill imparts a down to earth and casual feel. The service and food quality at Snake Creek Grill reflects the utmost professionalism, leaving guests feeling pampered and nurtured all at once. Snake Creek Grill is open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday: 5.30pm - 9.30pm. Sunday: 5:30pm - 8:30pm (Closed Monday and Tuesday) Reservations are strongly recommended
“Bold, Unpretentious Cuisine” 650 West 100 South Heber City, UT 84032
435.654.2133 www.snakecreekgrill.com PlanMyGetaway.com
PARK CITY By Bob Grove, DriveAwayVacations.com
nce a bustling mining town in the Wasatch Mountains that tower above the east side of the Salt Lake valley, Park City is now rich with outdoor recreation that makes this popular winter resort a favorite summer escape for valley dwellers. The city has three popular ski resorts: Park City, Deer Valley, and the Canyons. Park City and Deer Valley resorts were major venues for many of the 2002 Winter Olympics events. The area is also the main location for the annual Sundance Film Festival deemed the nation’s largest independent cinema festival.
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Winter may be the season that attracts many out of state Park City visitors to ski the Greatest Snow on Earth® but summertime is the season that lures residents from below to trade valley heat for cooler mountain temperatures and enjoy the abundance of hiking, mountain biking and other alpine adventures.
months. From outdoor concerts, festivals, and shopping to mountain biking, alpine sliding, Bobsledding to horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, fishing and boating. This is the short list! There’s something for everyone including a large outlet mall for those who define shopping as an adventure.
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For a bird’s eye view of Park City, Morning Star Balloons offers sunrise hot air balloon flights that sail quietly above the city, 801685-8555, www.mstarballoons. com. For speed junkies a visit to the Utah Olympic Park is a must do. Experience the thrill of soaring down a zip line, racing down an alpine slide or Bobsled course at speeds reaching 70
Just 30 miles east on Interstate-80 from downtown Salt Lake City, Park City is an easy drive away.
Places to see and things to do There’s no shortage of adventure, beauty and entertainment in Park City during the summer
For more information on the Park City area, visit www.visitparkcity.com. For information on places to go, things to do and sights to see in the Mountain West, visit www.driveawayvacations.com.
mph with 4 Gs of force, 435658-9120, www.olyparks.com. Saddle up, mount up and hold on tight for horseback riding, ATV tours, and river rafting with Dinosaur Expeditions, 800-345-RAFT (7238), www. dinoadv.com. Deer Valley Resort, consistently ranked at the top of the list of best ski areas in North America, Deer Valley is also the ideal spot for relaxing summer days and nights. This premier resort offers lift-served mountain biking, scenic chairlift rides, hiking, luxury accommodations, outdoor patio dining and concerts, 800-424-DEER (3337), www. deervalley.com.
Places to eat Bring your appetite, there’s no shortage of great places to satisfy the palate. Here are a few local places worth checking out. Chimayo Restaurant offers a unique southwestern culinary style ranging from southern Mexico to southern Utah fare, 435-6496222, www.chimayorestaurant. com. Grappa Italian Restaurant features delicious, rustic Italian cuisine with an award-winning wine list, 435-645-9878, www.grapparestaurant.com. Wahso Asian Grill is reminiscent of Shanghai during the 1930s, serving an eclectic mix of Asian cuisine influenced with French
cooking techniques, 435-615-0300, www.wahso.com. El Chubasco offers authentic regional Mexican cooking, featuring 16 salsas made from scratch with a fun casual family atmosphere, 435-645-9114, www.elchubascomexicangrill.com.
Places to stay Grand Summit Lodge, located at the Canyons Resort, Utah’s largest mountain resort. The Grand Summit offers luxurious accommodations with convenient access to all the resort has to offer, 888-226-9667, www. thecanyons.com. Hotel Park City, this elegant all-suite hotel is located on the Park City Golf Course and offers the amenities of an on-site spa and Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, 435-2002000, www.hotelparkcity.com. Yarrow Hotel, centrally located in the heart of Park City, the Yarrow offers a variety of newly renovated suites and guest rooms and is home to the Mountain Grill Restaurant and Skyline Bar, 435-649-7000, www. yarrowhotelparkcity.com. For more information on the Park City area, visit www.visitparkcity. com. For information on places to go, things to do and sights to see in the Mountain West, visit www.driveawayvacations.com.
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A Gift to Africa Come by and shop for authentic, handcrafted items made by talented artisans from all over Africa. Not only will you be picking up some charming new things, you will also be contributing to a very worthy cause. The artisans receive much of the revenue from sales at the various store locations. Choose from thousands of original items, such as bead necklaces, African dolls, basketware, key rings and tableware. Great gift ideas are available; check out the gift certificates and corporate gift programs. Go to www. agift2africa.com where you can shop by product type or country. 8 824 South 400 West, Suite B101, Salt Lake City Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm, Saturday 12:00pm to 4:00pM 801-746-1194, www.agift2africa.com
Arts of the World Gallery This charming little boutique offers jewelry, gifts, clothing and other accessories from exotic locations all around the globe. Buddha statues, hand crafted necklaces and original artwork are on display and available for purchase. Appointments available, call for more information. 8 802 South 600 East, Salt Lake City Tuesday–Thursday 1:00pm to 5:30pm, Saturday 11:30am to 6:00pm 801-532-8035
Details Comforts for the Home A New York- or San Francisco-style boutique in the eclectic Sugarhouse enclave of Salt Lake City. Turning a house into a comfortable haven is an art. Simple yet exquisite details will make your home express you. Come and find them in the showroom. Let your imagination take control as you shop for the finest elegant and unique bedding, accessories, furniture, lamps, mirrors, art, antiques, bath accessories, florals, cards, jewelry and much more. 8 1987 South 1100 East, Salt Lake City Monday–Friday 10:00am to 6:00pm, Saturday 10:00am to 6:00pm 801-364-8963, www.detailscomforts.com Custom Travel Whether your travel needs are for business or pleasure, the professionals at Custom Travel will treat you like you are their only client. Corporate travel services include monthly spending reports, E-ticket credit tracking, meeting and events planning, and car and hotel reservations. With decades of experience in the travel industry, the experts at Custom Travel will not only design a dream vacation for you, they have access to insider rates so you can take advantage of amazing discounts. 8 2670 South 2000 East, Salt Lake City 888-475-4449, www.customtravelslc.com
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D. Grant Ltd. D. Grant Ltd. is a finer men’s haberdashery, locally owned and operated by Dale & Sky Grant. “Fashion-classic” is the best description of the store with finer European- and America-made lines, from Canali, Zanella & Eton to Robert Talbott, Scott Barber & Allen Edmonds and everything in between. The store is in its 22nd year of operation. 8 70 South Rio Grande Street or 1354 Foothill Drive, Salt Lake City or Foothill Hours vary by location, 801-456-0600 or 801-953-1380, www.dgrantltd.com
Payne Anthony Payne Anthony Creative Jewelers has been serving the jewelry needs of some of the most discriminating jewelry lovers in the area for over 30 years. With custom design and fabrication in Platinum and Gold as their specialty, they also feature a wide selection of premier designers. Spectacular gemstones from around the world are awaiting you and your imagination (although you can always borrow some of theirs)! 8 Trolley Square, Salt Lake City Monday–Saturday 10:00am to 9:00pm 801-328-0944, www.payneanthony.com
The Shops at Riverwoods The Shops at Riverwoods is Provo’s ultimate outdoor mall experience for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Home to over 30 different retailers, The Shops At Riverwoods contains specialty boutique stores found only in Utah, as well nationally recognized brands—styles and fashions for everyone. In addition, the dining experience at The Shops At Riverwoods features an eclectic array of flavors from across the globe. Only in The Riverwoods will you find the best dining Provo/Orem has to offer. 8 4801 North University Avenue, Provo Monday–Saturday 10:00am to 9:00pm, Contact restaurants for hours 801-802-8430 www.shopsatriverwoods.com RubySnap RubySnap features 12 tempting gourmet frozen cookie doughs, each one named after a fun gal. Cookies can also be purchased prebaked. Choose from creative combinations like “Maris,” a chocolate dough with carmel center, or “Judy,” a velvety orange dough topped with a buttery cream cheese topping. All of these girls are hot! Rubysnap will ship your order anywhere in the U.S. 8 770 South 300 West, Salt Lake City Monday–Friday 10:00am to 6:00pm, Saturday 11:00am to 5:00pm 801-834-6111, www.rubysnap.com Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa is Latin for “Blank Slate.” Providing exquisite paper for life’s important events for over two decades. Social stationary, wedding invitations, birth announcements, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs will all show class when announced on special stationary. Assortment also includes handbound journals and photo albums, as well as fine writing instruments from Mont Blanc and Cartier. 8 330 Trolley Square, Salt Lake City Monday–Saturday 10:00am to 9:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm to 5:00pm 801-575-5043, www.tabularasastationers.com
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By Hannah Lee
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to host the All-Star game this year; it’s a great event for Salt Lake City as well as the Bees.” Brian Prutch, Director of Corporate Sponsorship for the Salt Lake Bees.
or the first time in Triple-A All-Star Game history, Minor League Baseball’s biggest midsummer event will return to a ballpark for a second visit. Spring Mobile Ballpark, home of the Salt Lake Bees, will host the 2011 Triple-A All-Star Game after also hosting the event in 1996. Since the inaugural game in 1988, the Triple-A All-Star Game has become a summer staple of the highest classification of Minor League Baseball. Hosted by the Buffalo Bisons at New York’s Pilot Field, the Triple-A midsummer classic brought out 19,500 baseball fans that were treated to the American League affiliate All-Stars’ defeat of the National League All-Stars 2-1. On July 10, 1996, the Triple-A All-Star game made its first trip to the Wasatch Front, hosted by the Buzz at what was then Franklin Quest Field. The National League
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defeated the American League 2-1. The 15,500 hometown fans in attendance watched future Major League All-Star Todd Walker of the Buzz hit a solo home run in the fourth to earn the award for PCL Star of the Game. Much has changed since that summer day nearly 15 years ago in Salt Lake City. The Buzz changed names to the Stingers, and the Stingers changed names back to the original Bees. The stadium also underwent a name change, from Franklin Quest Field to Spring Mobile Ballpark. The Triple-A American Association ceased operations, changing the All-Star format from National League affiliates versus American League affiliates to Pacific Coast League versus International League. Much like Major League Baseball, the winner of the Triple-A All-Star Game now determines which league champion will be given the
distinction of the home team during the Triple-A National Championship Game taking place at the end of the season. While some things have changed, there are things that make the Triple-A All-Star Game remain a constant. The game still features some of baseball’s brightest stars. It’s a place where Derek Jeter, Chase Utley, Alfonso Soriano, Adam Dunn, Chipper Jones, Jim Thome, Pedro Martinez, Mike Lowell, Paul Konerko and Mike Piazza, among many others, showcased their skills before becoming some of the most recognizable names in the sport. It is also an event that brings the baseball fan out in everyone. In its 23 years of existence, the All-Star Game has been watched live by more than 300,000 fans, with thousands more watching at home or listening on the radio. The Triple-A All-Star game is still a place where the best players from
Salt Lake are recognized by the fans and opposing managers for their abilities. In the 16 years since Triple-A baseball returned to Salt Lake, 29 players have represented the team as a Triple-A All-Star, among them are Brian Raabe, Todd Walker, Chad Rupp, Robb Quinlan, Jose Molina, Howie Kendrick, Brandon Wood and Mark Trumbo. In 2008 in Louisville, Bees third baseman Matt Brown earned Top Star of the PCL honors, the first time a Salt Lake Player had won the award since Walker won in 1996. Aside from the All-Star Game, Salt Lake will also host an array of family-friendly events during the week. An All-Star Concert featuring Chris Isaak and Blues Traveler will take place at Spring Mobile Ballpark on Saturday, July 9. The Triple-A AllStar Home Run Derby, which will feature participants from local high schools as well as three power hitters from the PCL and IL, will take place on Monday, July 11. Earlier this spring, every high school baseball team in Utah was invited to send a hitter to compete in a home run derby following a Bees game. The
All told, Salt Lake City expects over 20,000 visitors to come to Spring Mobile Ballpark over the five-day event, bringing exposure to the city, the ballpark and the Salt Lake Bees. Fans wishing to attend the festivities, including the All-Star Concert, Home Run Derby, All-Star Luncheon and All-Star Game can purchase tickets by logging on to slbees.com, visiting the Spring Mobile Ballpark box office or by calling 801-325-BASE. For more information regarding all of these events, please visit slbees.com.
two victors, Sam Hall of Bonneville High and Kayden Porter of Spanish Fork High, won the event and now have the opportunity to face off against the rising stars in baseball. Fans that want to meet their favorite players are invited to attend the free All-Star Workout and Fan Autograph Session happening on Tuesday, July 12. Prior to the main event on July 13, players and coaching staffs will be honored during an All-Star Luncheon held at EnergySolutions Arena. The luncheon will also feature a keynote address given by former Angel and Major League Hall-of-Famer Rod Carew. The 24th Annual Triple-A All-Star Game will take place on July 13, once again featuring the best players in Triple-A. Each team will be composed of players voted on by fans, media and team managers and executives. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to host the All-Star game this year; it’s a great event for Salt Lake City as well as the Bees,” said Brian Prutch, Director of Corporate Sponsorship for the Salt Lake Bees.
Black PMS Black 6 Dark Gray PMS Cool Gray 11 Light Gray PMS Cool Gray 9 Yellow PMS 130 Red PMS 1807
SAC 1 SAC 2 SAC 1:05
REN 5 REN 6 REN 7 2:05
REN 4 8:05
FRN 10 FRN11 7:05
FRN12 SAC13 SAC14 SAC15 SAC16 TAC 17 TAC18 2:05
TAC 19 TAC 20 FRN 21 FRN22 FRN 23 FRN 24 CSP25 2:35
CSP26 CSP27 CSP 28
REN 1 REN 2 8:05
REN 3 LVG 7:35
ABQ 7 ABQ 8 ABQ 9 ABQ10 6:05
oMA12 oMA13 7:05
CSP21 CSP22 CSP 23 LVG24 LVG 25 LVG 26 LVG 27
LVG 28 CSP29 CSP 30 CSP31 6:05
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TAC17 SAC18 SAC19 SAC20 SAC21 TAC 22 TAC 23
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PAcific Coast league Teams Pacific Conference American Conference
Northern Division CSP REN SLC TAC
Colorado Springs Sky Sox (COL) Reno Aces (ARI) Salt Lake Bees (LAA) Tacoma Rainiers (SEA)
Northern Division IWA MEM NVL OMA
Iowa Cubs (CHC) Memphis Redbirds (STL) Nashville Sounds (MIL) Omaha Storm Chasers (KC)
Southern Division FRN LVG SAC TCN
Fresno Grizzlies (SF) Las Vegas 51s (TOR) Sacramento River Cats (OAK) Tucson Padres (SD)
Southern Division ABQ NO OKC
Albuquerque Isotopes (LAD) New Orleans Zephyrs (FLA) Oklahoma City RedHawks (HOU)
Round Rock Express (TEX)
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eople from all over the world love shopping in Salt Lake, Provo & Park City. Utah has every kind of shopping you can think of—malls, outlets, antiques, crafts and much more. Whether you prefer: strolling the art galleries, browsing the malls, or exploring the unique shops, Salt Lake, Provo & Park City shopping is the perfect way to spend a day.
Trolley Square Historic Trolley Square boasts over 30 shops and restaurants. This 10-acre block has been a part of Utah heritage since 1847 and was declared a historic site by the state of Utah in 1973. This Square has quickly become one of the state’s most popular attractions, offering unique shopping, dining and entertainment in a charming, historic atmosphere. 8 600 South 700 East, Salt Lake City Monday–Saturday 10:00am to 9:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm to 5:00pm 801-521-9877, www.trolleysquare.com
Inthinc Inthinc is a global company centered on telematics, fleet solutions and safe driving. Its breakthrough driving safety solutions are designed to safeguard lives, save money and protect the environment. Inthinc technology dramatically improves driver behavior and has been documented to reduce accidents by more than 80 percent. For more information, please visit www.inthinc.com. 8 4225 West Lake Park Boulevard, Suite 100, Salt Lake City, Monday–Friday 866-294-8637, www.inthic.com
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omen of Africa are among the poorest and most disadvantaged in the world and yet, because of the significant absence of the men in the household, they are expected to fend for the family. Fifty-two percent of women in Africa are either unemployed or underemployed mainly due to cultural barriers and lack of education. International aid programs have failed to address these fundamental issues that have impeded women from progressing economically, and thus it has become imperative to “teach the women how to fish instead of giving them ‘the fish.’” One way of doing so has been to encourage women to utilize the skills they already have to create traditional art and crafts in order to alleviate their economic status by marketing their wares in foreign markets using fair-trade means. A Gift To Africa) is a company that was registered in 2005 to assist women all over Africa in marketing (particularly high-end) handmade, fairly traded art and crafts made by women of Africa.
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Since 2010, the company has also been approached by other organizations in South America, India and Eastern Europe to assist in marketing products made in those countries. A Gift To Africa purchases directly from the women in Africa who produce high-end art and crafts and then sells them in the USA, primarily to retail establishments (gift shops, fair-trade shops, jewelry stores, museum gift stores, etc.) and also to the consumer directly. At present, the company has handmade jewelry, stone sculptures, textiles, baskets and other handmade unique home and office products. The company markets its products through wholesale trade shows; its showroom; its web site (www.agift2africa.com); other web sites and also directly to the consumers at major events, fundraisers, street fairs, conferences and other community or women’s events. The CEO of the company also engages in public speaking about women in Africa and fair trade and capitalizes on that to promote
the company to its target clients (medium- to high-income professional persons aged 25 and above). The company conducts workshops in its studio in producing various African crafts and also manufactures some items in its showroom for sale at ArtSpace Commons.
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Traditional Healing Massage At Traditional Healing you will receive one of a kind massage that is specifically tailored to your needs. We specialize in Deep Tissue, Sports Therapy, and Trigger Point Therapy. If a more relaxing massage suites you best, no worries because we have a variety of stress reduction services available such as: Swedish, Hot Stone Massage, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Reiki Energy Therapy.h at Traditional Healing Massage specializes in: Deep Tissue, Sports Therapy, Swedish Massage and Trigger Point Therapy. Enjoy a relaxing 60 minute massage starting at $55.00. Check out their website for monthly deals. Come and enjoy the comfortable atmoshpere as you unwind and heal! 8 168 East 5900 South Suite 105, Murray, Mon-Sat 10:00am to 7:00pm 801-414-9277, www.traditionalhealing. massagetherapy.com
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A Bar Named Sue Looking for the perfect spot for a cold beer and conversation? Free billiards and darts, huge selection of whiskeys and beer. A Bar Named Sue has something for anyone in a relaxed atmosphere. Watch the big game with your friends and make a few more friends in the process. $7 pitchers everyday. Plenty of seating. Live music. 8 3928 South Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, Sunday–Saturday 11:00am to 1:00am, 801-274-5578 www.a-bar-named-sue.com Area 51 Wednesday night Karaoke with free cover, 80s party every Thursday with $4 Red Bull & Vodkas to keep you dancing! $5 cover. Electro, House and Trance on Fridays all night. Klub Kaos on Saturdays with 2 dance rooms playing Goth and Industrial. www.myspace.com/area51forever for showtimes and concert announcements. 8 400 West 451 South, Salt Lake City 9:00pm to 2:00am, Last Call 1:00am 801-534-0819, www.area51slc.com Duces Wild Your slightly naughty neighborhood bar. “Cheers” type atmosphere with some of Utah’s most beautiful girls moving to the music on stage. Full service bar with a wide selection of bottled and draft beer in addition to over 100 liquor choices. Drink specials available daily. Pool tables, foosball and video games are available just in case you can pay attention to something other than the hot girl on stage. 8 2750 S. 300 West, Salt Lake City Mon–Sat 11:30am to 1:00am, Sun 11:00am to 10:00pm, 801-467-4600 www.duceswildslc.com
Gracie’s Salt Lake’s one and only “Gastro Pub.” Two patios and two floors offering unbelievable views of downtown and the Wasatch Mountains. Live music or a DJ almost every night of the week. Daily food and drink specials. The interior of the pub is tastefully decorated with art and boasts immaculate cleanliness. Don’t miss out on the premiere food selection from the menu. 8 326 S West Temple, Salt Lake City Everyday 11:00am to 1:00am 801-819-7565, www.graciesslc.com Keys On Main Sing along, clap along, and just have a heck of a great time. Dueling pianos almost every night of the week at Salt Lake City’s premiere piano bar. The audience chooses what is played on the two baby grands. Great for private parties and birthdays, call for club reservations. Delicious dishes available and a broad selection of spirits to help liven up the party. Easy parking. 8 242 S Main Street, Salt Lake City Monday–Saturday 7:00pm to 1:00am 801-363-3638, www.keysonmain.com Inferno Cantina Inferno Cantina is a restaurant by day and a nightclub/restaurant by night. Check out the great breakfast and lunch specials or enjoy your favorite drink on the patio of Salt Lake’s only tequila bar. 8 122 W Pierpont Avenue Salt Lake City Open 7 days a week till 1am 801-883-8838 www.infernoslc.com
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Duces WIld 2750 S 300 W Salt Lake City, UT 801.918.3066
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Keys On Main 242 S Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 1730S 801.363.3638
900 Bar S Sky 161 W 600 S Salt Lake City, UT 801.530.1313
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Market Street Oyster Bar The perfect place for dining and conversation, featuring a fabulous selection of fresh oysters. Six to eight varieties are offered daily, including the Alaska Sterling oyster, which is offered exclusively in the western United States at the Oyster Bar. Other selections include the Blue Point and Kumamoto. The menu also offers a variety of fresh fish and seafood from around the world as well as a selection of chowders and stews, steaks, pastas, sandwiches and salads. Enjoy lunch Monday through Friday, dinner 6 days a week and a Sunday Brunch. A great place for late supper dining. 8 Downtown location: 54 West Market Street, Cottonwood location: 2985 East 6580 South, South Jordan location: 10702 South River Front Parkway, Salt Lake City, Cottonwood Heights or South Jordan Hours vary by location, call location 801-302-2264 for hours www.gastronomyinc.com/oyster
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Poplar Street Pub Party on Poplar Street! Weekly drink specials like $3.50 Micro Steins on Mondays, $1.50 Coors and Coors Light Cans on Tuesdays, $2.50 Coors Steins and $3 Whiskey shots on Wednesday, $2 Coronas and $2 Tequila shots on Thursday. Great selection of bottled and draft beers. Fabulous pizza is just one part of a very appetizing menu. In the summer, hang out and enjoy the weather on the patio. 8 242 South 200 West, Salt Lake City Everyday 11:00am to 1:00am 801-532-2715, www.poplarstreetpub.com Seasons Lounge Located in the Provo Marriott, Seasons Lounge offers appetizers and dinner in an intimate atmosphere. This relaxing lounge has a variety of cocktails, beers and specialty drinks, as well as flat screen TVs to view your favorite sports. 8 101 West 100 North, ProvoEveryday Sundayâ€“Saturday 5:00pm to 12:00am 801-377-4700, www.provomarriott.com
State Room A one-of-a-kind concert venue in the heart of Salt Lake City. The State Room is a 300-person live music venue that is host to nationally acclaimed acts as well as some of the best local music. How do you like to watch shows? At State Room, you can choose from open floor space, tables and chairs or fixed seats. Cabaret seating available on a first-come, first-served basis. 8 638 S State Street, Salt Lake City Call for concert schedules 800-501-2885 www.thestateroomslc.com
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The Green Pig Pub Your neighborhood pub in the heart of Salt Lake City. Great selection of import and domestic beer. Ask the bartender for your favorite cocktail. Eight flatscreen TVs with all sports packages. Great live music on weekends. Digital juke box when the band isn’t playing. Enjoy a Cuban Sandwich that would make Miami proud, or try some of the spicy chicken wings. 8 31 East 400 South, Salt Lake City Sunday–Saturday 11:00am to 1:00am 801-532-7441, www.thegreenpigpub.com The Paper Moon Club For over 16 years, Salt Lake’s Premiere Women’s Club. Karaoke, dancing, poker and the Paper Moon’s own “White Trash Bingo.” This popular WOMEN’S club welcomes family and friends of family to come on down, have a drink and dance to the tracks played by the DJ on weekends. Daily drink specials. The weekends are reserved for dancing to some of the best DJs in Utah. 8 3737 S State Street, Salt Lake City Monday 6:00pm to 1:00am, Tuesday– Friday 3:00pm to 1:00am, Saturday 6:00pm to 1:00am, 801-713-0678
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The Sky Bar
Top of the world nightlife! The Sky Bar is
Salt Lakeâ€™s premiere country and western
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8 161 West 600 South, Salt Lake City
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Mondayâ€“Saturday 4:30pm to 1:00am
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6:00pm to 12:00am, Friday & Saturday 6:00pm to 2:00am, 801-972-5447
Located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City on Pierpont Ave. the new Inferno Cantina nightclub/ restaurant is open for your dining, dancing, and socializing needs! 122 W. Pierpont Ave. Salt Lake City, UT 84101 Phone: (801) 883-8838 www.infernoslc.com
Open everyday, 11am - 1am
Maggie McGee’s Maggie Mcgees’s is famous for nightly karaoke as well as the amazing drinks and perfect atmosphere. You can find a great menu including a combination of bar food and homecooked dishes, great drink specials and special event giveaways. We are the #1 sports bar and MORE! Check out the Web site for more details. 8 6253 Highland Drive, Holladay Open 7 days a week, 801-273-9899 www.maggiemcgees.com Fiddlers Elbow Enjoy 32 beers on tap while watching your favorite sporting event. At Fiddler’s Elbow you can find a casual comfortable atomoshere with world famous breakfast on Saturdays and awardwinning prime rib buffet on Sundays. Fiddler’s also offers a large patio during summer months. 8 1063 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City Monday–Thursday 11am to 11pm, Friday 11am to 12am, Saturday 9am to 12am, Sunday 9am to 10pm 801-463-9393, www.fiddlerselbowslc.com
THE STATE ROOM Award-Winning Live Music Venue: Best of City Weekly, Best of the Beehive Salt Lake Magazine Full Bar
638 South State Street | Salt Lake City, Utah | 800.501.2885
Past & Future Performers Include: John Hiatt Ozomatli Brandi Carlile Reckless Kelly Mike Gordon Chali 2na Richard Thompson Aimee Mann Cross Canadian Ragweed Leon Redbone Tab Benoit Buckwheat Zydeco OK Go! Walter Trout Stanley Clarke n
Full Schedule & Tickets: www.thestateroomslc.com
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alt Lake’s first and only “gastropub,” a British term for a public house which specializes in high-quality food a step above the more basic “pub grub.” Gracie’s has a large selection of sandwiches, salads and appetizers but they are unlike any you’ve had before. And the difference is Chef Sean. At Gracie’s he’s created a delicious menu including items that you might expect and indulgent recipes that will catch you by surprise—in the best possible way. You owe it yourself to try Chef Sean’s lemon-steamed halibut—it melts in your mouth. His is not the typical “Bar Food”
yet the menu is very reasonably priced. Every Saturday & Sunday between 10am–2pm Gracie’s serves an amazing Brunch— a definite don’t miss when you’re in Salt Lake. At Gracie’s the two bars are fully stocked with the best of the top shelf liquors, microbrews and an amazingly comprehensive wine collection. The specialty cocktails are mixtures that you can only get in Utah and only at Gracie’s. Gracie’s has two patios providing spectacular views of the Salt Lake skyline with majestic mountains in the background. With 20 screens
boasting all major sports packages, Gracie’s is a great place to catch your game while you are in Salt Lake. Wednesday through Saturday you can enjoy live music and Gracie’s game room has pool tables, darts, video games, free shuffle board, even the classic corn toss game. Come settle in for a beer and a burger, a cold draft and some wings and some serious TV sports. Gracie’s dresses up or dresses down and everyone (21 and older) is welcome. While you are in Salt Lake, let Gracie’s be your favorite bar.
Salt Lake Breweries
Bohemian BREWERY Originally from Czechoslovakia, our family brings the old world tradition of brewing beer... no... brewing Lagers to America. The Bohemian Brewery brews by the German Purity Law (Reinheitsgebot) and brews onlt Lagered beer. Unlike young British Style Ales which are only allowed to ferment for 2-3 weeks at higher temperatures, we ferment our Lagers at just above freezing for a minimum of 8 weeks allowing natural carbonization to occur, giving a crisp, clean finish with a full-bodied beer.
Red Rock Opened in 1994, Red Rock Brewery has created some of Utahâ€™s most award-winning beers. Initially viewed as providing beer and hand-crafted soda for Red Rock Brewing Company in Salt Lake and later
for Red Rock Junction in Park City, the brewery has expanded to provide on-tap beers to other bars and restaurants throughout the area.
Uintah BREWING Uinta Brewing Company embarked upon its mission of brewing world class, fullflavored, craft-brewed beer in the winter of 1993. Uinta Brewing Company was named after the Uinta Mountain Range, the only major East-West running mountain range in the continental United States. Uinta has broadened its market and can be found in 22 states from coast-tocoast, and has even ventured to other countries around the world.
Epic BREWING COMPANY EPIC is Utahâ€™s first brewery since prohibition to brew exclusively full strength beer. EPIC
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handcrafts and carefully bottles its unique product in 22-ounce bottles, perfect for sharing or a long savour, solo style. EPIC Brewing Company creates high-quality, fresh and extremely flavorful beer in small quantities with unending varieties. EPIC uses only the finest malts from the US and Europe, intense hops and triple filtered water. Discover natural variations of taste, from sweet malt, citrus, pine, oak, smoke to chocolate, coffee, vanilla to cinnamon, to most anything epicurean you can imagine.
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