Comfort Inn Downtown
171 West 500 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Phone: (801) 325-5300
Fax: (801) 325-5302
171 West 500 South, Salt Lake City, UT, US, 84101
- Phone: (801) 325-5300
- Fax: (801) 325-5302
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.
Millcreek Coffee Roasters brings in mixed rush hour crowds with a long coffee menu and fresh baked goods. The decor is open and simple with primary colors blocked around a few small tables and comfortable sofas. In the warm weather, guests can take their caffeine outside to tables situated street-side on a narrow strip of grass. Whole roasted coffee beans and a variety of coffee making paraphernalia are offered for sale.
Salt Lake's original brewpub has become a local favorite. Innovative cuisine, casual style and patio dining in the summer have made this place 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.
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.
A red sandstone edifice built in 1889, this fashionable restaurant, Martine, serves up nouveau Mediterranean cuisine and traditional tapas to a cosmopolitan crowd. The decor combines antique architectural elements with delightful, thoroughly modern accents spotlighted with dramatic lighting. Diners sit at the marble bar or in high-backed booths to choose from the varied menu. Business-casual lunchtime diners prefer gourmet sandwiches, salads and soups, while those on later dinner dates opt for a set nightly menu including soup, salad and tapas. Dine here once and you would definitely return for more!
Located on the outskirts of downtown Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake Roasting Company serves up hot brews and fresh baked goods to a mixed clientele. The two-story cafe boasts casual decor and the heavenly scent of coffee permeates the establishment . Guests sip lattes indoors at wooden tables and the bar or in the warm weather, outside, on the tree-sheltered patio. Late hours and patio seating make this a popular spot for a post dinner coffee.
Located at the Trolley Square shopping center, this ever-popular favorite draws young crowds comprised of locals and tourists alike. Guests enter the darkened restaurant to a barrage of music memorabilia. The menu consists of traditional American dishes and burgers of various kinds are their specialty. Liquor and wine are served with a food order and guests can enjoy meals on the patio during the summer. For those wishing to partake only of alcoholic beverages, an inexpensive temporary membership in the Hark Rock private club is required.
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.
This artsy Coffee Garden shop brings in business with its casual atmosphere and trendy "9th & 9th" corner location. It It is furnished with finds from the local thrift shop, plants and old-fashioned diner tables round out the simple decor. A long list of coffees and teas and a variety of baked goods make up the menu. Sandwiches are offered during the day and fresh flowers are for sale at the adjoining corner florist shop. Get a feel for the artists in Salt Lake when you come here to drink your cup of coffee.
For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this popular spot offers gourmet, homemade food at very reasonable prices. Delicious breakfasts and dinners grace the menu, but lunchtime is likely the busiest hour. For vegetable lovers, there are grilled portobello mushrooms and eggplant. For others, the apple cider glazed salmon is a good choice. Wasatch beers are on tap, as well as gourmet coffees and wine. Students and professors alike love to gaze out the large front window while they enjoy a quiet meal.
Hopper's Seafood And Grill is a busy and bustling brew pub that features delicious casual pub food and blues music (piped in or live). The menu is large and varied, featuring homemade specialty pizzas and seafood items as well as more traditional fare like club sandwiches, oversized burgers, and chicken-fried steaks. There are eight different microbrews available, all made on the premises. Tee-totalers can enjoy "Fred and Ginger Ale" or other soft drinks. The food and "growlers" are all available for take-out as well.
For the high-brow diner, this place fixes up a sassy Filet Mignon. For the casual diner, there are pizzas, sandwiches and pastas. Drink options include 20 varieties of beer, and dessert-lovers select from sweets ranging from tiramasu to vanilla bean ice cream. Although there is something for most everyone, including a separate children's menu, this pub caters to an adult clientele. Fans should be sure to visit the gift counter for Porcupine Pub & Grille shirts and hats.