Utah is exploding with trendy new restaurants featuring daring menus and decadent cuisine.
Salt Lake City has been getting some attention for its up-and-coming food scene, and that recognition is well-deserved. Not to be outdone, Park City’s reputation as ski-resort and film-festival town also translates into world-class dining. Here are 10 amazing new restaurants that you have to visit soon, before word gets out and you see them all over your Instagram Stories.
Trendy Salt Lake City Restaurants
The three chefs spearheading the brand-new Table X focus on local ingredients with a menu that changes with the seasons. In fact, some of their ingredients are so local, they’re grown right outside their door in their very own culinary garden. If you go on a group date, be sure to snag one of their large, curvy booths and get a little cozy.
Table X is located at 1475 E and 3350 S, just off of Highland Drive in Salt Lake City.
If you’re looking for authentic Northern Italian cuisine and “al dente” pasta, you don’t have to travel to Italy; just got to Veneto Ristorante. Online reviews rave of the welcoming service and made-from-scratch fine dining. If you love gnocchi, you have to try their mountain gnocchi with butter, sage and Monte Veronese cheese.
Veneto is located at 370 E 900 S in Salt Lake City in the trendy Liberty Park neighborhood.
Sweet Lake Biscuits and Limeade
As a relatively newcomer to the Salt Lake food scene, Sweet Lake’s biscuits are already legendary. The menu boasts unique takes on classic cafe fare. Try the Biscuit Benedict with Mint Limeade!
Sweet Lake Biscuits and Limeade is located at 54 W 1700 S in Salt Lake City in an up-and-coming neighborhood that is exploding with new eateries, clubs, and shops.
With restaurants like R&R Barbecue, it’s only a matter of time until Salt Lake City becomes famous for great BBQ. They’ve got all the ‘cue you desire, from ribs and brisket to pulled pork and chicken wings.
R&R Barbecue has been winning BBQ awards for 3 years now. Go get some of their famous eats at their Salt Lake City location at 307 W 600 S.
With delectable french pastries and desserts, solid breakfast fare, and French-inspired cuisine, this Cottonwood Heights establishment is heaven on earth to local residents. Angel’s Cafe is now open for dinner Thursday to Saturday from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
It is located on Salt Lake County’s East bench at 2577 E. Bengal Blvd.
Popular Park City Restaurants
Church Public House
“Take me to Church,” is the motto at Church Public House, and they strive to bring you food “that you’ll sin for.” Church Public House is one of the newest restaurants around and it’s a great option for Sunday brunch or a steak dinner. It’s also walking distance from town lift if you want to ski in and ski out.
Just off of Main Street in Park City, Church Public House is located at 628 Park Ave.
Vessel Kitchen is a fine casual restaurant serving delicious farm to table cuisine from their counter. This Zagat reviewed restaurant located in Kimball Junction teams up with small local farmers, ranchers, artisans, breweries and coffee roasters, to provide the best quality ingredients and products for their guests. For example, their chicken is organic, non-GMO and antibiotic-free. There are vegan and gluten free options too.
Vessel Kitchen is located at 1784 Uinta Way, #1E in Park City.
Whether you’re eating light, fueling for a bluebird day on the slopes or looking for an amazing morning cup of joe, you’ll find something on the menu you like. From toasted paleo banana bread to soft scrambled eggs with salsa verde, this menu will not disappoint.
Harvest is located at 820 Park Avenue, Suite 101 in Park City.
This eatery is an amazing breakfast and lunch spot where drinks such as smoothies, herbal tea, hot chocolate and Coke are served all day. Five5eeds’s hotcakes are a yummy sweet choice as they are topped with mixed berries, lemon infused marscapone, nuts and seeds. If you like spicy foods, try the shakshouka - which is Moroccan baked eggs, feta, dukkah (a spice) served with toast.
Five5eeds is located at 1600 Snow Creek in Park City.
Living up to its name, Firewood offers seasonal ingredients cooked on a wood fire. With a menu that changes nightly, patrons expect to be dazzled with “New American Cuisine” at its finest.
Firewood is located at 306 Main Street in historic Park City.
Salt Lake and Park City Rising!
The word is out: The restaurant scene in Salt Lake City and Park City is already renowned! To choose the perfect outfit for an outing at any of these great restaurants, shop at Hope Ave online or in stores.