Spring theatrical news: Salt Lake Acting Company’s The Amberlee Fund campaign, SONDERimmersive’s The Lost Generation, Pygmalion Productions’ If This Wall Could Talk

Spring 2021 news from three independent theatrical companies in Salt Lake City include a $1 million capital campaign, a fine update on the dinner theater genre and a video piece highlighting the multifaceted legacy of Utah women. SALT LAKE ACTING COMPANY: THE AMBERLEE FUND: ACCESSIBILITY ELEVATED   Capital campaigns can be a formidable undertaking for small … Read more

2017 Taste of the Wasatch menu

With over 50 restaurants represented at this year’s Taste of the Wasatch, there will be much to be devoured in the name of fighting hunger in Utah. Chart your gastronomic path for Sunday’s grand tasting as the culinary event of the summer gets set to begin this Sunday, August 6 at 11 a.m. for VIP … Read more

Tips to make the most of Taste of the Wasatch

Fifty plus high-end restaurants from Salt Lake, Park City and around the state will join together for this annual event to help end hunger in Utah on Sunday, August 6. Bringing some of the best dishes they have to offer, be prepared to eat and drink for hours as you move from restaurant to restaurant, … Read more

What’s New at the 2017 Taste of the Wasatch event?

The 2017 iteration of Taste of the Wasatch, one of Salt Lake’s premiere charitable events to fight hunger, returns to Solitude Mountain Resort on Sunday, August 6 with a host of fresh and fun offerings in store. “What sets Taste of the Wasatch apart from other food events in the state is the level of food, … Read more

Seven dishes to eat in 2017

Table X scallops

Fortunately for food lovers living in Utah, there’s no shortage of new and old favorite dishes being served up for your culinary enjoyment along the Wasatch Front and Back. Here are seven savory selections that shouldn’t be missed this year. Beef sukiyaki from Ikigai At the remodeled and reimagined Ikigai (formerly Naked Fish Japanese Bistro) … Read more

Table X Marks the Spot

Diver scallops with vegetable dirt

When you walk through the front door of Table X, you realize you are about to experience something unique. Two years in the making, this collaboration from chefs Mike Blocher, Nick Fahs and David Barboza, is clearly a collection of great minds, artistic talents and hard work. The result is a beautifully crafted space with … Read more

Dining with new Chef Wiener at St. Regis J & G Grill

A perfect autumn evening unfolded for an elegant dining hideaway at J & G Grill and delivered an appealing combination of bold dishes prepared by the newly appointed Chef de Cuisine, Rachel Wiener. J & G is a part of the signature Jean Georges portfolio, and the St. Regis location specializes in carefully prepared dishes with locally … Read more

The Philadelphian is big on taste, not on frills

The Philadelphian sandwich shop is proof that you don’t have to have fancy digs to produce great food and a large fan base. Locally owned and operated since 1988 by Scott and Nate Pearson, this strip-mall gem is a favorite among Sandy residents. Just try getting a table at lunch time–customers are often packed in tight. … Read more

The Dodo restaurant is still a crowd pleaser after more than 30 years

Tollhouse Pie

Since 1981, The Dodo restaurant has been feeding the masses. Like the unique bird from the island of Mauritius it is named after, The Dodo has a unique menu that regular customers and newcomers alike, rave about. Owned by Bryon Loveall, also owner of The Porcupine Restaurant in Cottonwood Heights, The Dodo has a definite … Read more