Blind Dog – Over in Park City, members of the restaurant’s VIP Club (there’s a free signup online) can order up lobster every Thursday. From 5 p.m. 1¼ lb lobsters served with drawn butter and lemon cost just $20 each. As well as that the restaurant is also offering the following specials:
* Badass lobster bake
* Lobster sushi roll
* Lobster tacos
* Lobster mac & cheese
All lobster dishes are limited and offered first come, first served. Also right now, VIP club members are receiving specials for 2 for 1 entrees – signup here.
1251 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060
Log Haven – A new Spring menu is now available at this Millcreek canyon award winner. Dishes retain chef Dave Jones signature style: rustic mountain cuisine that takes a bite out of international flavors. O.k. that’s what I call it, you can just call it delicious. More items and the full new menu:
6451 Millcreek Canyon Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84109
Meditrina – 2 for 1 lunch deals are still yours for the taking over at the new Central 9th home of Meditrina; Tuesday through Friday, 11 a.m. till 4 p.m.
165 W 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Porch – Every Wednesday at Daybreak’s finest restaurant, all you can eat ribs. Yep, AYCE. This from a recent Facebook post, “Porch is happy to announce ALL YOU CAN EAT RIBS Wednesday nights! $20-comes with spiked watermelon slaw, choice of potato, and cornbread! Not hungry enough for AYCE? These delicious ribs are going to be on the menu in an ‘average guy portion'” Yes, all you eat ribs.
11274 Kestrel Rise Rd g, South Jordan, UT 84009
Not a new menu as such, but a fun new way to enjoy a menu beloved by pretty much everyone who has taste buds. Over at Red Iguana’s second location (just around the corner from the first) this new outdoor patio, that clocks in at 100 feet long. Covered, heated and “fanned”, hopefully it means more seats and less wait time for their legion of fans.
866 W S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Spencer’s For Steaks And Chops – A new spring menu has debuted at our favorite steakhouse in downtown SLC. Alongside Spencer’s selection of 21 day aged steaks and robust steakhouse fare, the following items are now also available:
* Charred Octopus, black garlic puree, sundried tomato pesto, parmesan, arugula, tomato confit, toast points
* Crab & lobster Louie, Belgian endive, tomato, shallot, avocado
* Buffalo chop, 20 oz bone-in buffalo ribeye, caramelized Onions, cipollini, garlic smashed potatoes, truffle butter
* Maitake mushrooms, fresh herbs
* Shishito peppers, sesame, chili, mint raita
* Organic egg
* Bacon jam
Hilton Salt Lake City Center, 255 S W Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Spitz – Brunch is now served at this Mediterranean influenced restaurant. In their own words, “So if you’re craving a booze-filled time with your besties (and Döner piled with fresh veggies and feta and aioli all over), this concerns you… did someone just say refreshing, signature brunch bevs like the Medichelada and Spicy Mango Chelada?…Oh yeah, we just did. And we also serve cold mimosas, craft beer, wine and sangria!”
Full new menu as follows:
Downtown | 35 Broadway, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 | (801) 364-0286
Sugar House | 1201 Wilmington Ave #101, Salt Lake City, UT 84106 | (385) 322-1140
Cottonwood | 3158 6200 S d, Holladay, UT 84121 | (801) 930-5114
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