Alamexo There’s still a couple weeks left to check out the brand new menu at Alamexo (see below) and then it’s all change again! Well, mostly changed… Starting August 1st the restaurant overhauled their menu – with a goal of printing a new menu each and every month. On the first Thursday of every month … Read more
Reviews and write ups While the sun’s shining, people aren’t writing about food apparently; so after a July hiatus then, please welcome back The Roundup, a run down of every local review, writeup, podcast and more about the local food scene. A special mention should go out to the Redneck Food Rambles blog this month, … Read more
A look back at the past month of reviews, write-ups, diatribes and musings on the SLC dining scene. This month we have more than 20 restaurant reviews and write-ups for your dining inspiration this month! Reviews and write ups Bake 360 (Draper) https://www.femalefoodie.com/restaurant-reviews/utah/salt-lake-city/bake360/ Bayou (SLC) http://utahstories.com/2018/02/down-on-the-bayou-dinner-a-show-at-the-bayou-and-state-room/ Belgian Waffle And Omelette Inn (Midvale) https://www.cityweekly.net/utah/escape-to-starch-mountain/Content?oid=7457076 Block Restaurant … Read more
Park City Cocktail Contest – Looking to beat the summer heat? Might I suggest a trip to the cooler climes of Park City and while you’re at it a refreshing beverage or two for good measure. If you do, you’re in for a treat as this month sees the return of the annual Summer Cocktail … Read more
Alamexo – Chef and owner Matt Lake is extremely passionate about chiles and their use in traditional Mexican cuisine. His newly created November chile festival menu will feature specials offered at dinner each evening from Thursday, November 17th through Saturday, November 19th. The Festival will culminate in a “Cooking with the Chiles of Mexico” class … Read more
Tapas is the order of the day as we take our first trip to Cafe Madrid. Read on to find out how we find this most unique SLC restaurant.