Curbside and drive thru updates
Here are the latest updates and additions hitting restaurants right now; remember to check our master list of curbside restaurants – the biggest and most updated in town! Don’t forget our delivery and drive through lists too.
State Road Tavern – For Summit County folks looking to bring a little light into their lockdown days – this new menu from the Kamas restaurant.
More and more restaurants are getting in on the family meal deals. I think these are a fantastic idea for getting hearty and affordable food in the hands of families right now. Here are the latest we’ve heard about, you can find the full list here.
Bambara – Call for more details as this one looks like changing on a daily basis, but last week the Hotel Monaco located restaurant was offering a family four course meal for just $40. More info.
Cancun Cafe – A pound of meat, a dozen corn tortillas, 16 ounces of rice and beans. Guac, sour cream and pico – $20. There’s a reason they call it the value pack. More info.
Cafe Sabor – Now offering a taco survival kit priced $35 (four people) and $70 (eight people). More info.
Cluck Truck – Check out the cluck box and cluck bucket if you’re looking to get your chicken fix at fabulous prices. More info.
Cucina – Up in the Avenues, chef Joey Ferran is offering take and make pizza and pasta kits. More info.
Este Pizza – similarly this SLC pizza spot are also offering a pizza kit. 2 doughs, sauce and cheese for $25. More info.
Hub And Spoke – For something a little different check out these Bloody Mary and mimosa kits available for brunch curbside. More info.
Maria’s Mexican Grill. The Millcreek Mexican restaurant is now offering a family pack for $34.99 that comes with grilled chicken fajitas, rice, beans, salad, sour cream, fresh guacamole, pico de gallo, corn (12 ) or homemade flour tortillas (6), French fries and chips and salsa. More info.
Porch – Over in Daybreak, this eatery is now offering a selection of hearty meals starting at $40. More info.
Salt Lake Culinary Education – Offering pasta made at home like a pro! “We’ve taken out all the hard work and left you with the fun. Everything is measured and prepped so that all you have to worry about is simmering your sauce and getting dinner on the table! We’ll give you all the ingredients and instructions you’ll need to make the perfect pasta at home”. More info.
Feldman’s Deli giveaway
What better way to support restaurants right now than buy gift cards and supporting them with cold hard cash flow – and that’s exactly what we’re doing too over the next few weeks. We’re giving away two $25 gift cards to Feldman’s Deli – easily the best sandwiches you can buy in SLC. Don’t even argue.
The business recent launched a new online ordering tool and is keenly providing a curbside pickup service right now. Pro tip: sandwiches are the very best carbo-comfort foods in these stressed times.
To enter to win one of the gift cards, simply ensure you’re a subscriber to our newsletter and comment on this post. In your comment let us know what you’re enjoying ordering curbside right now! For a bonus entry, check out our Instagram page where we’re giving another away too.
P.s. I’ll pick some winners towards the end of the week and send winners gift cards in the mail.
Alamexo – Offering 25% bonus credit on gift cards purchased now for when dine in returns. More info.
Doki Doki – Free $5 credit on all online orders, valid toward future purchases. More info.
Salt Lake Culinary Education – $100 gift certs for $75. More info.
Tea Bar – Free drinks for health care workers. More info.
Versante – 50% off for health care workers. More info.
Grocery store updates
Harmons – If you’ve tried to order online at Harmons recently and struggled, the grocer reported their services have been revamped and are due back online as of March 30th. Both drive and load and delivery will be back this week, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Beltex Meats – The award winning butcher Beltex moves to delivery only for the time being. Call to place your order. Link.
Word came to me just in the last 24 hours of the brand new website – barwears.com. The website is the brainchild of several local designers looking to support the local industry via clever apparel. 100% of the profits generated are to be directly donated to Project Tip Your Server. Check out the Coachman’s T-shirt with the “I was pleasantly surprised” slogan. If you know, you know…
This is a trend I’d love to see continue. Many businesses are starting to look at how they can transition their events into online formats. Here’s the first two I’ve heard of.
Caputo’s – The downtown gourmet hotspot looks set to continue with their well regarded series of educational events. More info.
Yoshi’s Japanese Grill – Possibly offering a sushi class online based on demand. The restaurant writes, “You would go to the Murray/Downtown location between 4pm-6pm to pick up all the needed supplies. You will be sent a link to join a Zoom video call at 6:45pm. Chef Eddeesan will walk you through how to roll your own sushi roll! Each sushi making “kit” would be $25 and it makes 3 different sushi rolls. We thought this might be a fun date/family night thing to do.” More info.
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- Restaurant employee relief fund
- Restaurants seek insurance coverage
- Utah brewers adapt
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- Drive thru restaurants operating as usual
- Family meal deals
- Resources for hospitality workers
- Ongoing corona food coverage
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Hi, I’m Stuart, nice to meet you! I’m the founder, writer and wrangler at Gastronomic SLC; I’m also a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune. I’ve worked extensively with multiple local publications from Visit Salt Lake to Salt Lake Magazine, not least helped to consult on national TV shows.
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