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You want me to pay for this nonsense? Why yes, yes I do. If you’re a keen reader of the site, love our award winning writing, and want to help out – I want your money. Good grief do I want your money. You don’t want to hand it over? O.k skip to the end section.

What do I get in return?

First and foremost you’ll get a glitteringly rare login to Gastronomic SLC. Logged in users receive no ads on our regular stories, and what’s more, they receive no annoying popups either. You’ll get to peruse the site in the pristine manner that a regal benefactor like yourself deserves. Munificence like your own deserves no less than serenity. Begone foul ad men.

You also get the warm fuzzies from knowing that you’re directly contributing to keeping the lights on, and helping us grow Gastronomic Salt Lake City. And for now, that’s it. I could promise you bonus content, coupons, secret events and more, but I’m not quite there yet…

Less than the cost of a McRib combo per month

Can you say bargain. For less than the price of the golden arches most coveted of dishes, you can help support local food journalism. We’re Utah’s largest and most long lived online food magazine. For more than 15 years we’ve covered the local food scene in bewildering detail, how’s about we do another 15? A premium membership costs less than $4.20 per month. Think of it as buying us a cup of coffee / dirty soda / beer / insert your own drink – every month if you like.

Sign me up

Wundebar. Email me and I will send you a payment link. You’ll be able to pay online with your choice of plastic. Payments are made securely through Square. We never see your actual card information, that’s all handled safely by Square, the same folks that you see at the point of sale in many a restaurant.

I don’t want to pay! I refuse!

That’s cool too. Our content will always be 100% free. Keep on reading 🙂

Our sponsors and this page

This page may contain information about one of our sponsors. We only work with the very best businesses in the state, and routinely turn down offers to work with businesses we don't enjoy. If we can't hand on heart recommend them - they can't be a sponsor.

At this time we have the following sponosrs: BTG, Caffe Molise, The Dough Miner, Downtown Alliance, Feldman’s Deli, Flanker, Garage On Beck, Hearth And Hill, Hill’s Kitchen, Kao Thai, Kin Sen Asian Noodle Bar, Kyoto, LemonShark Poke, Log Haven, Oasis Cafe, Pirate O's Gourmet Market, SLC Eatery, Squatter’s Downtown Salt Lake City, Stoneground Italian Kitchen, Urban Hill, Wasatch Brew Pub Sugar House, Whiskey Street, White Horse.

I encourage you to Google any of our sponsors and see the stellar reviews on multiple sites that they enjoy. For a list of all our current and past relationships see our partnership history page.