200 N. Admiral Byrd Rd., Salt Lake City, UT, US, 84116
- Phone: (801) 746-5200
- Fax: (801) 532-4721
Bars & Cafes
From the champagne corks affixed to the ceiling to the bright pink bathrooms, this club is impressive and playfully decorated. The club has comfortable overstuffed chairs to lounge in, as well as a vast dance floor. The dress code is comfortable and casual, but jeans are not allowed. The music ranges from live swing, blues and jazz, to DJs mixing techno and dance music. A full service bar and valet are available.
This large, casual eatery in downtown Salt Lake is well known for its enormous menu. The huge selection of food is cooked to order, so be prepared to wait a few minutes for your meal. The Greek platters are a favorite here, and include gyros, fries and a salad. The Royal Burger, topped with pastrami, is also a hit. There are several salads on the menu at Royal Eatery, a few of which seem a little small and plain. The fries and onion rings, however, are top notch. No credit cards are accepted.
Nestled between a bar and a second-hand bookstore, Atlantic Cafe and Market offers a nice change from the typical fast-food lunch. There are outdoor tables with umbrellas for summertime sidewalk dining, and inside you will find brightly painted walls and colorful seating. The roasted red pepper and feta cheese sandwich offers a unique and delicious flavour, and any sandwich can be ordered in a pita or on Italian bread. You can also order salads, pizza, pasta, shish kababs, or any number of classic European delights.
This popular restaurant is located inside The Grand America Hotel in the downtown area of the city. Enjoy scrumptious American fare offered here, including the freshest meats, fruits, salads, breads and pastries. Come by with your friends for a splendid Sunday brunch to savor sushi, crab, corn, rib eye, cheesecakes and omelets. The Garden Terrace makes for a splendid patio dining opportunity. Also, this establishment opens early in the morning, so you can start your day with a power breakfast.
Salt Lake's original brewpub has become a local favorite. Innovative cuisine, casual style and patio dining in the summer have made this one of downtown's hot spots. The enclosed garden patio is a summer lunchtime delight, while the cozy fireplace and timber poles inside give the restaurant a rustic look. Favorites include the beer-battered fish and chips and all of the specialty pizzas. The on-site brewery ensures your porter, lager, or stout will be delicious.
Located in the Walker Center downtown, next to Kinkos, this recent addition is catching on with the locals. Come in early between 3p to 8p and get half off of all bar fare, or play a game of pool for free. Thanks to the nightly shows and the abundance of jazz fans, this place is becoming known as Salt Lake City's premier jazz club. All shows start at 9:30p, but call ahead for a schedule. Free parking is available in the Walker Center after 6p, with parking validation.
Cup Of Joe draws crowds all day with the city's longest list of coffee drinks, a variety of teas and a selection of whole beans to go. A few sandwiches and baked goods are also offered. Rich purple hues adorn exposed architectural elements, the work of local artists is displayed on the walls and comfortable sofas lounge in front of big streetside windows. Books line shelves in support of the shop's paperback exchange and a piano stands ready for nightly entertainment.
Are you looking for an exhilarating night out in Salt Lake City? Well, your answer is The Red Door—an exclusive, members-only lounge. Once you are in here, there's no way you'll be leaving soon! Throbbing techno beats, colorful strobe lights and countless head-turners, both men and women, will provide you company till the wee hours. At Red Door, visitors should not leave without trying one of the several High, Medium Octane and Decadent Martinis. There is also no end to the list of whiskeys, wines, beer and liquor available here. Yes, the brick walls here are bright crimson, but you don't have to dress red!
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu their cakes, custards and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
Located on the popular Pierpont Avenue along side Baci Trattoria and Cafe Pierpont you will find this quaint pub full of rich foods, strong spirits and lively crowds. The beer is brewed on site to the 3.2 percentage alcohol standards of Utah law. One favorite brew is the Chili Beer. The fare is quite good and includes many vegetarian options like the veggie burger or red beans and rice. Other menu items feature sushi, sandwiches and pasta.
Junior's Tavern, the little tavern, is probably the only place in Salt Lake where you can come in and listen to Duke Ellington records while enjoying your Guinness on tap. There is a long, comfortable bar and a handful of booths for you to sit down and take a load off, as well as a grand display of old-fashioned beer cans. Feel free to shoot some pool with the loyal patrons as you listen to a great selection of jazz on CDs and records. Cash only.