Downtown Salt Lake

Living in Salt Lake City

Chances are you found this site because you are either planning to move to Salt Lake City Utah or you are living in Salt Lake and looking for new things to do in the city. This site was designed to help you find new places to eat, drink, make new friends, and have fun while visiting or living in Utah.

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Recent Stories

Salt Lake City Downtown Dine O’Round

Food lovers in Salt Lake City, mark your calendars… Starting today and running until Sept 28th, the top 50 downtown restaurants in downtown Salt Lake City are participating in the Dine O’ Round. This sounds like a great way for people to venture out into downtown and try new places. All participating spots will be […]

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Salt Lake City BaconFEST 2014

I didn’t attend BaconFEST 2013, which was held at Granary Row at the end of last summer.  I did read about it on Reddit and thought about attending, but ultimately didn’t make it out in time. Although the first BaconFEST was a great idea in theory, from the what I heard, it wasn’t quite executed […]

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Pat’s BBQ

Ever since I first moved to Utah, Pat’s has been on my list. I remember watching an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives where they visited Pat’s, but I can no longer find it on YouTube. I’ve heard mixed reviews. Some people swear it’s the best BBQ in Utah – some even say the best […]

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Mo’s Diner UPDATE

I recently wrote about Mo’s, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to post an update.  In my first post I wrote about my first time at Mo’s Diner and how delicious and cheap the breakfast food was. My girlfriend and I stopped back yesterday morning and the plan was to get some more breakfast […]

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Salt Lake City Food Trucks at Gallivan Center

If you are in the mood to try something different for lunch during the week, Salt Lake’s favorite food trucks line the sidewalks at the Gallivan Center every Thursday starting at 11 am. If you want to know which trucks will be there each Thursday, the schedule is posted on the Food Truck Thursday facebook […]

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Mo’s American Diner

My roommate from Jersey likes to bitch that there are no diners in Salt Lake City and no good places to get breakfast.  Well I’ve already written about Park Cafe, but I recently found an even closer spot to my apartment with great breakfast – Mo’s American Diner. Mo’s sits at the busy intersection of […]

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Salt Lake City’s Ballpark Neighborhood

I decided to write my first article in the “Where to Live in Salt Lake” category about the neighborhood known as the Ballpark District because this is the area that I currently live in. According to the City Home Collective website: SLC’s Ballpark District is on the up-and-up. As one of the central UTA hubs […]

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Mini’s Cupcakes Salt Lake City

I was sitting at my home office desk working today and an email came through from the Pittsburgh office announcing that there was apple pie and chocolate cake in the front work kitchen.  I immediately got a craving for chocolate cake, but after searching my kitchen and not finding any chocolate, I decided that I […]

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Red Butte Garden 2014 Lineup

The Red Butte Garden 2014 concert series lineup has been announced. Enjoy live music all summer long in an awesome mountain view setting along the base of the mountains near the University of Utah. For complete concert and ticket information, visit RedButteGarden.org, and follow Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre on Twitter (@redbuttegarden). Emmylou Harris Tuesday, June […]

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Chunga’s

From the outside, this place looks like a run down, dirtball Mexican hole in the wall… but the food is fantastic. If you ever find yourself venturing over onto the west side to eat at the much (over?) hyped Reg Iguana, make a detour to Chunga’s. It was a beautiful afternoon when I visited, so […]

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