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Generally speaking, people tend to want to have it all. This is especially true of many of those who have asked me for restaurant reocmmendations. A list of requirements often accompanies this request. The demands that usually top the list...
For the most upto date info on the SLC bar scene, see our sister site Gastronomic SLC and their list of the best SLC bars for 2018. The Salt Lake City bar scene is finally overflowing with places to drink. ...

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Salt Lake City, surprisingly, has been a wellspring of third wave style coffee roasters in the past couple of years. Charming Beard appeared in 2012 and Blue Copper Coffee launched in 2013. The latest roaster to dip its toes in...
Utah Opera's final performance for the 2013-2014 season is The Abduction from the Seraglio, a comic opera by Mozart full of cheery scenery and cheeky laughs.  While the production is lighthearted, the music contains some of the most difficult...
“We act as a conduit for the observers’ unexpressed desires, the silent appreciation they may contain for anything; a lover, a river, a building even.” ― Author Guy Mankowski on the ballet dancer Ballet West’s spring 2014 program includes three...
If you were lucky enough to experience one of Pago's 'Summer Sommelier Series' dinners last year, you'll likely be at the front of the queue to repeat the experience in 2014. The cuisine of chef Phelix Gardner and his...
Those with even a passing interest in history will want to make plans to catch the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Leonardo in downtown SLC. In just a few short weeks (April 27th) this once in a...
Naked Fish is set to change in late 2016, read more on our sister site Gastronomic Salt Lake City. I'm very fond of telling people that Salt Lake City is the next Portland. If you know me in person, I've...
One of the best indicators of just how enthusiasm for fine chocolate has grown in Utah in less than a decade is the response to the chocolate exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City. It’s...
Although he calls it an “odd quirk” in his writing process, listening to certain kinds of music has been quite helpful for Eric Samuelsen in shaping the rhythmic and thematic flows of his plays. For example, in a play-in-progress...