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Fireside is located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake and is attached to the new Eccles Theater on Regent Street. Chef Michael Richey and the fireside group bring contemporary American cuisine to Utah, focusing on Central Italian wood fire pizza and house extruded artisan pasta. Fireside is committed to supporting local farmers and sustainable products.More
Find us on site and be sure that we will offer you authentic Peruvian food and great service right in the heart of Cedar City.
For several years now we had the wish to bring to Cedar City some Peruvian flair. We love using our delicious dishes to transport our guests into a world of sunshine, beaches, architecture, history and happiness, all while honking and letting cars pass by...More
The Charleston Draper, designed and developed by internationally trained Executive Chef/Owner Marco Silva and business entrepreneur Steve Cappellucci, is one of the newest restaurants in the Salt Lake valley getting rave reviews. International cuisine sets the tone for casual lunches of homemade soups, salads and sandwiches, and evening fine-dining of Cognac Creamed Filet Mignon, Herbed Salmon, Coq au Vin, and Brazilian Fish Stew to highlight a few. The restaurant resides in a two story pre-Victorian soft-fired brick house built in 1878 by Joshua Terry – one of the first pioneers to set foot in the Draper area in 1847. More
From the big sky country of Montana to the red rock vistas of St. George, the Rib & Chop House has been serving quality Certified Angus Beef steaks, award-winning baby back ribs and fresh seafood to our customers since 2001. We are proud to be in Salt Lake City, a place built on pioneering spirit and a strong sense of community. Since our humble beginnings, we’ve opened eleven restaurants in the Rocky Mountain West. Our ability to grow has come through our commitment to “Rocky Mountain Hospitality,” which incorporates a casual attitude, loyalty, commitment to safety, a passion for service, and of course our 100% guarantee of a quality product. We take pride in bringing our restaurant to exceptional towns across the West. At the Rib & Chop House, our staff is dedicated to creating extraordinary experiences that raise the bar in each of our communities. You can expect perfect execution, great food and fantastic service when you dine with us.More
With a population of about 3 million, Utah is a western state with mild climates and beautiful mountains. The state is rich in tourism and offers many attractions and fine eating establishments, from mom-and-pop joints to five-star steakhouses and also many culture-based eating venues. Many of Utah's iconic dishes stem back to the Native Americans but continue to be popular choices to locals and visitors. Some foods that are symbolic to Utah are fry sauce, apple beer, frog eye salad and funeral potatoes. Unknown to many, Jello is Utah’s official state snack. You'll find several unique dining options near the national parks of Zion and Bryce Canyon.