9 thoughts on “More than fifty new restaurants, bars and businesses to keep an eye on”

  1. That’s right. Eggs In The City closed a while ago, and they’ll be opening up again in a new location later on I believe.

  2. I’m disappointed Fireside on Regent closed down, but I can understand why. Had one very good meal there and a couple of mediocre ones. Surprised the dessert place across from it closed as it always looked busy, especially during conference weekends (wink, wink).

  3. Stuart, I noticed a new location for Pat’s BBQ going in around 3000 S. State Street, they have a banner up. Not sure if they are moving or if it will be a 2nd location.

  4. I moved here from the Dallas/Fort Worth area where there are so many start up restaurants. They say if you can make it there you can make it pretty much anywhere. We moved to Provo, Ut and I have to say I am really disappointed with the amount of nondescript eateries there are. I’m used to places that have real themes, real flavor not just hot and spicy. My family really loves Mediterranean, Japanese, Korean, Real Greek. There seems such a lack of ingenuity in Utah. Am I missing something? This article is interesting. Our family will have to check out some of these places.

  5. Hi Janne, welcome to Utah! It might be worth making the trip North to Salt Lake City. Things are slowly changing in Utah County, but the best restaurants by far are up in SL County for sure. If you want recommendations just let me know.

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