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What To Do in Salt Lake City


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This is a list of attractions and restaurants in Salt Lake City.

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What To Do in Salt Lake City

  1. 1. GATEWAY MALL THE SALT LAKE ROASTING CO.The Gateway is Salt Lake City’s only open-air The Best coffee in Salt Lake City, sample these fine coffeescontemporary destination that delivers the ultimate in from around the world. The Salt Lake Roasting Co. offersshopping, dining, and entertainment. Shop and dine at suggestions on how to grind, brew and store their coffee inover 130 stores and restaurants. Just right across from your home. <www.roasting.comthe Energy Solutions Arena where Opening Session willbe held! Visit the beautifully restored 1908 Union Pacific 320 East 400 S.Depot featuring early French Renaissance architecture and Salt Lake City, UT 84111original artwork. Also, enjoy the Olympic Legacy Plaza (801) 363-7572featuring the “dancing waters” of the Olympic SnowflakeFountain that is overlooked by a classic clock tower. FREE WHEELER PIZZA< Try a slice of gourmet pizza from Free Wheeler Pizza, offering free pizza delivery in Salt Lake City, Utah. Free400 West between 200 South and South Temple Wheeler Pizza offers more toppings and lower prices than(801) 456-0000 anywhere else. < IGUANAFamous throughout the state, best Mexican food in Utah! 150 S. 400 E.< Salt Lake City, UT 84111-2105 (801) 322-3733736 West North TempleSalt Lake City, UT MOOCHIE’S MEATBALLS & MORE(801) 322-1489 “BEST PHILLY CHEESESTEAK SANDWICH” enough said. <www.moochiesmeatballs.comVERTICAL DINER A part of the Circle Pottery Gift Shop atFreshest and healthiest cuisine possible, at Vertical they 232 East 800 Southpurchase as many local, organic and unprocessed foods. Salt Lake City, UT 84115Vertical purchases only fair trade and, organic coffee, tea (801) 596.1350and cocoa.< RIO GRANDE CAFE Located in the historic Rio Grande Train Station, Rio2280 South West Temple Grande Cafe has been providing traditional Mexican flavorsSalt Lake City, UT 84115 at affordable prices since 1981.801-484-VERT (8378) <www.menusearch.netSAGES CAFÉ 270 S Rio Grande StFor the 8th year in a row, Sage’s has won City Weekly’s Salt Lake City, UT 84101Best of Utah award for Best Vegetarian. (801) 364-3302< THE ROOF & GARDEN473 east 300 s (Broadway) The Roof & Garden Restaurant is Utah’s premier gourmetSalt Lake City, UT 84102 dining buffet. With breathtaking views of Temple Square(801)-322-3790 and Downtown Salt Lake City, The Roof& Garden is a fusion of inspiring views and extravagant food.MELTING POT <templesquarehospitality.comThe premier fondue restaurant where guests can enjoya choice of fondue cooking styles and a variety of 15 East South Temple, 10th floorunique entrees. Tailor your visit with a four-course dining Salt Lake City, Utah 84150experience including cheese fondue, salad, entree and Phone:(801) 539-1911dessert.< SHOGUN Kick off your shoes and relax on the floor of your own340 South Main Street private room while you sample perhaps the best sushi in Salt Lake City, UT 84101 Salt Lake City.(801) 521-6358 <www.shogunslc.comTHE PIE PIZZERIA 321 S Main StFor over 30 years, The Pie Pizzeria has been voted the Salt Lake City, UT 84111people’s choice by newspaper and magazine reader polls (801) 364-7142throughout Utah. The Pie Pizzeria, voted Utah’s best pizza!< MARKET STREET GRILL The Market Street Grill Downtown is the unanimous1320 E. 200 S. favorite of locals and visitors from around the world.Salt Lake City, Utah < (801) 582-5700 48 Market Street Salt Lake City, UT 84101 (801) 322-4668
  2. 2. LAMBS TEMPLE SQUARELamb’s has long been the “place to eat” when in town. At Welcome to Historic Temple Square in Downtown Saltbreakfast, lunch or dinner, shoppers mingle with lawyers, Lake City, one of Utah’s number one tourist attractions!bankers and business people. Patrons are served simply Guided tours and presentations feature historic sites,prepared and consistently good meals. Excellent service is interactive exhibits, art displays, 70-mm films, parks andthe common scene at Lamb’s. gardens. Also featured are the largest genealogy library of< its kind in the world and the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square. Enjoy all of this in169 South Main Street the heart of downtown Salt Lake City Tours are available inSalt Lake City, UT 84111 more than 30 languages at no charge to you. Restaurants(801)-364-7166 and catering facilities are available to help enhance your visit as well. Whether you are visiting for the first time orTHE WORLD CAFÉ coming back to enjoy Temple Square again we welcomeThe kitchen has no set menu. This lets the cooks use their you!creativity to prepare a variety of seasonal soups, salads, <, and desserts. The food stuffs are as organic andlocal as possible and the cuisine ranges from vegetarian, 50 W. North Templeto meat and fish. There is a large vegan selection. One Salt Lake City, UT 84150World Salt Lake asks guests to pay what they feel the meal (801) 240-4872warranted based on suggested prices. You are asked tochoose your own portions so as not to waste food or over THE CLARK PLANETARIUMeat. The Clark Planetarium is one of Salt Lakes greatest< attractions, featuring a new Digistar 4 dome projectororganization system, all films are in high definition color and sharply detailed motion as you enjoy your film. Not into41 South, 300 East astronomy? Check out newest movies in theaters on theSalt Lake City, UT 84111 Imax screen! This is one attraction you won’t want to miss before you go home.HATCH FAMILY CHOCOLATES < divine chocolates in Salt Lake City, the Hatch Familyhas been featured on “Little Chocolatiers” premiered as a 110 South 400 Westspecial on TLC. Hatch and Masterson are little people with Salt Lake City, UT 84101a big love for chocolate. (801) 456-7827< ENSIGN PEAK376 8th Avenue, Suite A This is a nice, easy trail most hikers, regardless of ageSalt Lake City, UT 84103 or experience, would find enjoyable. The trail is well(801) 532-4912 maintained and the awesome views of the Salt Lake Valley below begin almost immediately. As you climb to the peak,ENTERTAINMENT DESERT STAR PLAYHOUSE the entire Salt Lake Valley can be seen below. The viewEnjoy an evening of dinner and a show at the Desert Star from Ensign Peak is spectacular anytime, but sunset is byRestaurant and Playhouse! Play: The Princess Brides Maid far the most ideal time for this hike. The view of the sunsetis the spin-off of the movie “The Princess Bride” and turns combined with the cool evening breeze and the glitteringit into its own version of fun! This is a hilarious unique play city lights below make this a hike well worth taking!you won’t want to miss! << Wasatch-Cache National Forest4861 South State Street (801) 466-6411Murray, UT 84107(801) 266-2600 IMAX/MEGAPLEX THEATER Catch the latest released films at the Megaplex Theater atOFF BROADWAY THEATER The Gateway.Play: The Adventures of Sheer-Luck Homes and Snotson. < parody pits the wise cracking Sheer-Luck Homes gateway.phpagainst his arch nemesis Gory-hearty. Sheer-Luck alongwith his bumbling side-kick Snotson must solve the 165 South Rio Grande St.mystery of a killer who literally scares his victims to death. Salt Lake City, UTIs he up to the challenge? (801)325-7500< HOGLE ZOO272 South Main Street Utah’s Hogle Zoo is a Utah treasure. Located at theSalt Lake City, Utah 84110 mouth of Emigration Canyon is spread out over 42 acres,(801) 355-4628 it’s natural hillside terrain and meandering tree-covered pathways enhance the visitor experience as you discover the wonders of the natural world. < 2600 Sunnyside Avenue Salt Lake City, UT 84108 (801) 582-1631
  3. 3. TRACEY AVIARY LAGOONThere is no end to the eye-opening experiences your It’s What Fun Is!friends can have at Tracy Aviary. Year-round exhibits, bird Test your fear of heights at Utah’s best themed park. I dareshows for everyone to enjoy! you to check out the white rollercoaster, it’s only the oldest< ride alive in the Western Region. < East 1300 SouthSalt Lake City, UT 84105 375 Lagoon Drive(801) 596-8500 Farmington, UT 84025 (801) 451-8000CITY-CREEKCity Creek is a sustainably designed, walkable urban community of residences, and retail stores rising over 20 acresacross three blocks in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. Upon project completion in 2012, the city will be one of fewin the nation with a vibrant, mixed-use development at its core. You will be some of the first people to walk through theBRAND NEW City-Creek Mall! This is one area you will want to grab a latte and check out the sights!STORES AND RESTAURANTS77kids by American Eagle Mr. MacAldo N3L OpticsAllen Edmonds NordstromAl Rounds Studio PANDORAAmerican Eagle Outfitters PapyrusAnn Taylor Porsche Design At&T Mobility Restoration HardwareBanana Republic Rocky Mountain Choclate FactoryBauer’s Fashion Eyewear Rolex by O.C. TannerBCBGMAXAZARIA SalomonBebe SephoraBlue Lemon Steve MaddenBose Sunglass HutBOSS Hugo Boss SwarovskiBrighton Collectibles TeavanaBrooks Brothers/Brooks Women Texas de Brazil ChurrascariaCache Tiffany & Co.The Cheesecake Factory Tricked Out AccessoriesChico’s True Religion Brand JeansClaire’s TumiClarks Utah Wool Mills ClothiersCoach VansCotton On White House/Black MarketDeseret Book Yankee Candle Co.Disney Store ZAGGExpress/Express MenFanzz FOOD COURTFarr’s Fresh Big Sal’sFoot Locker BocataForever 21 Chang ChunGap Chick-fil-AGNC Great SteakGodiva McDonaldsThe Gym at City Creek MykonosGymboree Roxberry Juice Co.Hagermann’s Bakehouse Café SbarroH&M SubwayJ. Crew Suki HanaJ.Jill Taste of Red InguanaKay JewelersKneaders Bakery & CaféLensCrafters SERVICE BUSINESSThe Limited Key WestL’OCCITANE Wells Fargo BankLOFT Zions BankLove Culture Harmons GroceryLUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics VRx PharmacyMacy’sMichael Kors