Comfort Inn Salt Lake City Airport
200 N. Admiral Byrd Rd.
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: (801) 746-5200
Fax: (801) 532-4721
Since 1980, La Frontera has offered huge portions of homestyle Mexican food in a casual atmosphere. The decor is modest, but the food is amazing and that will keep you here. Particular local favorites include the smothered burritos and enchiladas, which will leave even the biggest appetite satisfied. Order a la carte or combinations, either one is reasonably priced. Traditional Mexican offerings are prepared fresh and served hot. Domestic and imported beer is available.
Featured on Food Networks, "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives" the Red Iguana has been a Salt Lake City staple long before the show aired. This Mexican restaurant is family owned and operated, serving dishes from various regions of Mexico as well as some family favorites handed down from generation to generation. This family friendly establishment also offers a simplified menu for los niños and is so popular that a line can be seen wrapping around the block during high traffic meal times.
A beautiful and upbeat location, Frida Bistro is a casual Mexican dining place that celebrates the fine cuisine. The restaurant is dedicated to the memory of Frida Kahlo an artist known for her colorful work. The restaurant strives to imbibe her passion in its dining style. The menu consists of delights like the Chile En Nogada, Mary Tierra, Puerco Dos Estilos and Queso Fundido that are Mexican favorites. The outdoor patio is great for basking in the sun, beneath the colorful drapes. Try the potent cocktails in various bright shades.
This charming Mexican restaurant, located in the old Rio Grande Train Depot close to the center of Salt Lake City, boasts an impressive variety of delicious homemade salsas. The chile verde is definitely the best, tasty on all of the burritos, enchiladas, and tacos offered. The salads and homemade carnitas (available only during dinner hours) are also recommended. Come in for the food and stay for the legends surrounding the train station.
Located on the South 500 West Street at the city center, the Devil's Daughter lures the late-night revelers in its midst with an eclectic mix of events on all nights of the week. Here, you can indulge in a game of pool and participate in the Thursday pool tournament, or enjoy the karaoke nights on Wednesdays and Thursdays, or dance to the House or Dubstep music on Friday Club nights. If you are hungry, then dine on the variety of grilled delicacies on offer such as Garlic Cheeseburgers, Beer Battered Fish Sandwich and Smoked Baby Back Ribs. Open on all days of the week, walk in here for an awesome night out.
Orange is a private club in Salt Lake City where artists, art lovers, intellectuals, free spirited and friendly souls gather for a chat and a drink. You will find them hunched over beers discussing literature or art. The simple food, and plenty of drinks...combined with the great ambiance will keep you wanting more. The seating arrangement is good, keeping the place spacious, with couches and sofas lined along the walls, allowing you to sit back and enjoy your drink!
Located at the popular shopping destination, the Gateway, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar has a lot to offer lovers of steaks and seafood. Your meal at this restaurant begins with delicious appetizers like sweet chile calamari, jumbo lump crab cakes and tenderloin carpaccio. You then move on to some scrumptious cuts of meat, among which the peppercorn steak and porcini-rubbed filet mignon are particularly popular. If you're in the mood for seafood, barbecue Scottish salmon fillet and North Atlantic lobster tails will do perfectly. From the extensive wine list, you can choose the perfect complement for your meal.
Serving contemporary American cuisine, Pallet's best dishes are quite a few, including the scallops, gnocchi, meatball, smoked salmon, and their beet salad with Goat Cheese. Their ice cream sandwiches are Chef recommended. Although a restaurant, Pallet's stand out feature is its design and décor. With a trendy and rustic style, the ambiance brings in the intellectual and artistic crowds. Their lighting changes from lunch to dinner as does their menu, giving diners a new experience when they arrive. The restaurant also houses community tables, where diners get to meet new people. Finally, the restaurant's special possession is a vintage typewriter, preserved since the beginning of 1900, which diners can use to leave their comments.
Located just outside of Salt Lake in West Valley City, this restaurant offers fine Italian cuisine in a refined atmosphere. The first thing patrons notice here is the decor, complete with a fountain, garden arbors, and overhead grapevines. The varied menu includes traditional Italian favorites, as well as several appetizers and salads; all very good without being terribly expensive.
This trendy favorite enlists exposed architectural elements, an open kitchen and walls of windows to evoke the ambiance of an outdoor Italian cafe. Salt Lake City's up-and-comers congregate here midday to lunch on stuffed sandwiches, slabs of focaccia and perfectly prepared cappuccino. No alcohol is served. The adjoining market boasts an array of imported Italian foods ranging from crusty fresh-baked bread to black truffles. Phone orders are welcomed, catering services abound, and Tony himself teaches occasional cooking classes.
A converted warehouse is home to this fun-loving brew pub. Exposed masonry and wood framing create an unusual, but welcoming ambiance. The Red Rock offers great ale, cream soda, root beer and ginger ale, so that every thirst may be quenched. Enjoy the simplicity of a spicy pizza with a glass of Amber ale or rotisserie chicken and a glass of Nut Brown Ale. For dessert, indulge in some brownie pudding with a glass of oatmeal stout.
Buca di Beppo is the destination for party mongers. It has a great party ambiance and mouth watering Italian cuisine to grab on to. To start, try out the Buca Trio Platter which consists of three appetizers Crispy Shrimp, Fried Calamari and Pan Fried Fresh Mozzarella. The other dishes on the menu are Penne Campofiore, Spaghetti Meat Balls, Shrimp Fra Diavolo or Chicken with Lemon. The servings are very large and sufficient for groups. Booking is advisable, otherwise waiting outside can be a pain.