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dining guide SLC, 801-355-3161; 638 Park Ave., Park City, 435-200-8693. GL

Salt Lake Roasting Company At SLC’s original coffee shop, owner John Bolton buys and roasts the better-than-fair-trade beans. Baker Dave Wheeler turns out terrific baked goods, and lunch here is your secret weapon. 320 E. 400 South, SLC, 801-748-4887. GL So Cupcake Choose a mini or a full cake,

mix and match cakes and icings, or try a house creation, like Hanky Panky Red Velvet. 3939 S. Highland Dr., SLC, 801-274-8300. GL

The Rose Establishment The Rose is a

place for conversation as much as coffee–especially on Sunday mornings. Coffee is from Four Barrel Coffee Roasters. 235 S. 400 West, SLC, 801-990-6270. GL

Tulie Bakery You can get a little spiritual


about pastries this good on a Sunday morning, but at Tulie you can be just as uplifted by a Wednesday lunch. 863 E. 700 South, SLC, 801-883-9741. GL


Pat’s Barbecue One of Salt Lake City’s

best, Pat’s brisket, pork and ribs deserve the spotlight. Don’t miss “Burnt End Fridays.” 155 E. Commonwealth, SLC, 801-484-5963. EGL

R and R Fresh from a winning turn on the competitive barbecue circuit, twin brothers Rod and Roger Livingston have settled down into a brick-and-mortar restaurant with great success. Ribs and brisket are the stars here, but the handbreaded fried okra almost steals the spotlight. 307 W. 600 South, SLC, 801-364-0043. GL – M The SugarHouse Barbecue Company


Amour Cafe Utah’s high priestess of pastry has a new home Pastry chef Amber Billingsley Angelilli has joined forces with John and Casee Francis, creators of Amour Spreads, in the Amour Cafe, the Liberty Park neighborhood’s new favorite morning spot. Amour is well-known for its intensely flavored small-batch jams and marmalades, made from seasonal, fresh fruit. The Francis’s are earnest about local—check their website to see which flavors are locally sourced. When the fruit is in season, there’s jam; when it disappears from the markets, you have to wait until next year for more raspberryrose or blood orange-rosemary spread. The jam is made behind the the new cafe, where Angellili is also preparing her famous gelato, sweet and savory pastries. Except for salad, yogurt parfait, an occasional quiche or savory tart (we loved the grilled cheese and goat cheese) and steamed eggs (with pesto, prosciutto or salmon) and toast, that sums up the edibles on the menu. But of course, the word “pastries” covers a paradise full of options, whether you want something with your breakfast coffee (drip, cold brew, macchiato, latte, etc.), an afternoon pick-me-up (chai, housemade soda) or an early evening treat (espresso, cappucino.) 1329 S. 500 East, SLC, 801-467-2947


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This place is a winner for pulled pork, Texas brisket or Memphis ribs. Plus killer sides, like Greek potatoes. 880 E. 2100 South, SLC, 801-463-4800. GM


Annex by Epic This is Epic Brewing Company’s brewpub, though the main brewery is on 300 West. The menu has been rejiggered several times and is now the best it’s ever been. The food is paired with and stands up to the considerable heft of the beers. 1048 E. 2100 South, SLC, 801-742-5490. EGM

Avenues Proper Publick House It’s a restaurant and brewpub, with the emphasis on small plates and late hours. The food is inventive, the beer is good and—big plus— they serve cocktails as well as brew at this neighborhood hot spot. 376 8th Ave., SLC, 385-227-8628. EGM Bohemian Brewery & Grill Bohemian keeps a firm connection to its cultural his-

Salt Lake Magazine Sept Oct 2016  
Salt Lake Magazine Sept Oct 2016