Weekly round-up 06/07/08

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Ted Scheffler of the City Weekly reports on Glitretind at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. Ted praises the evolution of chef Zane Holmquist’s cooking, indeed he seems down right bowled over. Some of the dishes do read quite mouth watering. I think I will have to add Glitretind to my list of Park City dining options for the summer months.

Glitretind: Stein Eriksen Lodge, 7700 Stein Way, Park City, Utah 84060

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In Utah This Week‘s Amanda Chamberlain provides another review of Baxter’s American. After 2 weeks and a flurry of 5 positive local reviews, there is little more I can add to what has already been said. So I won’t.

Baxter’s American: 400 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT

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No review from the Salt Lake Tribune this week, but Stacey Kratz of the Deseret Morning News checks out Salsa Leedos. From Stacey’s review I can only infer that Salsa Leedo’s is your bog standard Mexican eatery e.g. ubiquitous sides of rice and beans as per a myriad of other restaurants. Stacey doesn’t seem overly thrilled with Salsa Leedos, nor do the on-line post commentators.

Salsa Leedos: 9155 S. Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, UT

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Finally Your Heart Out get excited over Glaus French Pastry Shoppe. Glaus has apparently been around for 70 years and provides “pastries and sweets like Danishes, cupcakes, petit fours ($2.09 apiece, and our favorite), eclairs (94 cents apiece), butter wafers, thumbprint cookies and freshly-baked bread.”. For those with a sweet tooth it definitely looks like checking out.

Glaus French Pastry Shoppe: 3100 S. Highland Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah

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