Tortilla Bar Grand Opening
In a similar vein to one of SLC’s newest restaurants, Taqueria 27 – Orem recently welcomed tortilla.bar to its midst. The new restaurant is owned and operated by Chef Sam Oteo who uses Mexican techniques with French and Japanese influences to create fresh, unique flavors. Chef Oteo also proudly partners with local farmers and artists showcasing the best of what Orem has to offer. Some of tortilla.bar’s most popular dishes include hanger steak tacos and calamari empanadas.
The restaurant will be hosting a grand opening celebration on December 24. Stop by and you can enjoy a special 5 course tasting menu throughout the day with musician Pablo Blaqk setting the mood, playing in the evening. Until then the restaurant opens from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and will soon be extending their hours to include breakfast.
1454 South State Street, Orem, Utah 84058
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545 West 700 South Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Santa at La caille
Santa Claus is coming to La Caille on Sunday, December 16 from Noon – 5:00pm. Brunch and dinner guests can order from our dining room menus and receive complementary photos with Santa, taken by Logan Walker and available to download. Children of all ages, families, and friends are welcome to join us for this holiday tradition.
For more information on recent changes at La Caille, see Heather King’s review of the restaurant for the Salt Lake Tribune.
9565 Wasatch Boulevard Sandy, UT 84092
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