Salt Lake Area Dining
Minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, you’ll find big city amenities from the ballet to professional basketball to dining options that abound. Yet 11 legendary ski resorts are perched only 30 to 60 minutes away. The Salt Lake area serves as the gateway to snow, as Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, Ogden, and Park City are all within a short distance.
Mmm, is your mouth watering yet? Salt Lake serves up flavors suitable for every palate, from farm-to-table-focused restaurants to burgers with a twist to top-shelf sushi rolls. Microbreweries can barely catch their breath between craft beer festivals and national award ceremonies. Chefs here reel in every kind of seafood imaginable the day it’s caught through the Salt Lake International Airport.
Discover a fresh, airy alternative for lunch or dinner in a casual, patio setting. In the warmer months, the roof opens for a unique alfresco dining experience. Located on the 10th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, overlooking downtown Salt Lake City.
Surprisingly, in a canyon with so little development and so much snow, there are plentiful dining options. Molly Green’s and The Thirsty Squirrel will satisfy your beer and burger craving. Try The Solitude Yurt for a romantic five-course meal. Kimi's at Solitude and St. Bernard's at Brighton are both memorable restaurants.
Find farm-to-table fare at Alta's Collins Grill and sushi at Snowbird's Aerie Restaurant. Wood-fired pizza, Mexican food, a steakhouse, and countless bars provide a surprising variety of dining options in Utah's Little Cottonwood Canyon.