The Roundup – May 2019

Ready for some dining inspiration, or lets be honest, a way to slack off work for a few hours? You’ll be so engrossed in the following roundup, your boss will be sure to thing you’re engaged in some serious research. Heck you might even get a raise. Anyway, here’s the latest installment of the roundup, … Read more

It’s A Wrap – July 2018

Thali at Saffron Bistro (Saffron Bistro)

This month saw the rebranding of Lavanya Mahate’s local group of Saffron Valley businesses. With each location striving to offer a unique dining experience, the rebranding seeks to better define each location. The businesses now have fresh branding, a new website and new menus. The trio of fantastic Indian restaurants now read as follows: Saffron … Read more

The next big dining trend in SLC

Impossible Foods burger. Credit Impossible Foods

The next big thing huh? I know what you’re thinking. He’s going to blow my mind with details on some exotic new locale or radical fusion dish. What could it be? Perhaps he’s going to tell us about how dishes from the steppes of Central Asia are coming to SLC restaurants; or maybe those fevered … Read more

New restaurants – October 2017

Alamexo - chorizo and potato flautas

Alamexo Cantina – Now open in the 9th and 9th area and by all counts, doing great business, and for good reason. Alamexo Cantina aims to be the more casual and relaxed twin to it’s downtown sibling Alamexo. The menu is still built around owner Matt Lake’s refined take on regional Mexican specialties, but is … Read more

It’s a wrap – September 2017

Fireside On Regent - pizza

Mountain West Cider – Announced in the last month, the new Desolation Prickly Pear Hard Cider from Utah’s only hard cider brewery, should now be widely available in Utah DABC stores. Personal note, I think this is their best creation yet. Mountain West continues to donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of … Read more

Restaurant Review Roundup – May 2016

feldmans deli sloppy joe

Want to know what’s happening on the SLC dining scene? Look no further than our local bloggers and podcasters. Here’s the output of those wonderful folks over the past month – two dozen stellar reviews of local restaurants. Featured picture – the heart stopping Sloppy Joe from SL Food Quick and Dirty’s review of Feldman’s … Read more