Salt Lake City Food Tips? #EFC2016

Not going by balloon, I promise.


I’m off to Salt Lake City this week for the  Everything Food Conference. I have never been to Utah or Salt Lake City, and I’m looking to my readers for suggestions. 

Anyone out there been to SLC? If I have some a free afternoon or evening, where should I go, and what should I do? Any local food specialities I need to seek out?
Thank you,

Mike



7 Comments

  1. Amanda /

    I was born and raised in SLC. I just visited last week and FOOD is one of the things I miss the most!

    -Red Iguana (Mexican, one of my all time faves) (go to Red Iguana 1, not 2 and the Blue Iguana is not the same thing)
    -Oh Mai (AMAZING Vietnamese Sandwiches, etc)
    -Ruth’s Diner (awesome food and amazing views. sit on the patio, if possible)
    -Crown Burgers (must try the pastrami burger and fries with FRY SAUCE!!)
    -Bruges Waffles & Frites (awesome Belgium waffles and fries (to die for))
    -Tony Caputo’s Market & Deli (Italian deli)
    -Blue Plate Diner
    -Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery (Pizza and Italian)
    -Pat’s BBQ (the best burnt ends, but make sure you’re there for lunch early)
    -Lucky 13 (Bar atmosphere, but awesome food)
    -The Copper Onion (all local amazing food)
    -Market Street Grill (if you like seafood)
    -Lone Star Taqueria

    You’ll have to let me know what you like!

  2. Lynn /

    When we were there two years ago, we really enjoyed Mazza Cafe, at 9th and 9th. It’s Lebanese, and deliciously different. Delightfully quirky neighborhood with a fun novelty store nearby. Check it out on line.

  3. Shannon H /

    A second for the Red Iguana. I dream about their mole!

    Also, check out the gardens at Temple square. Even as a non Mormon I loved walking through there. It is beautiful!