Comfort Inn Downtown
171 West 500 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Phone: (801) 325-5300
Fax: (801) 325-5302
This local mail-order company was founded in 1966 and has been producing high-quality gifts ever since. The quaint factory store stacks shelves with the complete catalog selection as well as extra goodies such as specialty candies, raw nuts, gift items and the valleys largest selection of nutcrackers. Corporate gifts are a specialty here and gift-packaged nut selections make great gifts for those at home. Send a care package to a loved one far away and make them smile.
This colorful Farmers Market offers a wide array of locally grown fruits and vegetables, cheese, meats, fresh baked goods, honey, candies, flowers, plants and handmade goods. While most vendors are private citizens, a few local businesses offer tastes of their baked goods in hopes of bringing in more business during the week. The town gathers in Pioneer Park each Saturday morning to hunt for great deals on tasty foods, to check out local crafts and to meet friends and family for a great day out.
Need the perfect costume for your next themed party? Or do you just need something funky and different from all the mainstream garb that liters the malls and stores these days? Then Decades in Salt Lake City is the place for you! This charming secondhand shop has hidden treasures galore, from vintage cowboy boots, flapper cocktail style beaded dress and costume jewelry to furs, ornate over-the-top hats and more.
Warm bread and warm smiles make this little downtown bakery the best in Salt Lake City. The baker uses only wholesome ingredients (no fat, sugar, or chemicals) to create a wide range of traditional loaves, including sourdough Bauernbrot, grainy Eifelbrot and dark rye. Sweet treats include apple streusel, hazelnut Nusskipferl and marmalade-toppped Berliners. Located just across from the Salt Lake City post office, it makes for a great place to stop after you have been standing in line waiting to send a package.
Find mid century modern and quirky pieces at this unique antique shop in Salt Lake City. Far from the normal home wear boutiques that are all sporting chevron and owls these days, Elemente features one-of-a-kind pieces you won't see elsewhere. Housed in an old warehouse that oozes charm, this large storefront features an array of home goods from tables and lamps to gorgeous navy blue velvet chaise lounges and funky bookends and framed artwork. With new arrivals each week, theres always some new treasures to find.
Diabolical Records is the dream of husband and wife duo, Adam Tye and Alana Boscan. Such was their love for their pet project that they set up shop in a shipping container and later moved to a modest space in the Granary District. This is among the best place to find vinyls that are rare and limited. They also have record and cassette players in their inventory. They have an impressive collection from labels like slr, Burger Records,Siltbreeze, Woodsist, Goner, Slumberland and Hozac. They host free concerts on Fridays featuring local musicians.
This locally owned Salt Lake City boutique is known for their premium denim selection and fashion savvy selection of women's clothing from local designers and labels. Aside from cute clothes, Q Clothing Boutique also carries jewelry, perfume, shoes, hats, wallets and other such accessories. They even feature impressive art from local artists.
Located just inside the Salt Palace Convention Center, this central city shop offers one stop souvenir shopping. Travelers can purchase Salt Lake City souvenirs and Beehive Honey. Whether you are just visiting the area or live here as a full time resident, this shop is a great novelty. Visitors should be sure to stop in at the Salt Lake Visitor's Information Center next door, where information specialists, towers of local business brochures and historical displays educate the interested.
For a fantastic shopping experience, come to City Creek Center where you can find international brands, great bargains and scrumptious restaurants. This shopping center is perfect for pedestrians with a skybridge and stunning visuals, including a creek that runs across the venue. City Creek Center also has a retractable roof, so you can shop rain or shine.
This mall is located adjacent to the Olympic Plaza, in the downtown neighborhood of Salt Lake City. Marked on the itinerary and maps of avid shoppers, it offers premium brands and reasonably priced purchases. Restaurants located inside the mall let you fuel up so that your shopping spree continues unabated. A large parking lot is available too.
Enter into the confines of an old mansion listed on the National Historic Register and discover the refined charm of this upscale clothing store for children. Brown Eyed Susan is a specialty shop with three floors of refined children's wear created by Europe's foremost designers. Come just to look, or open your wallet and dress your boys and girls in the finest togs for youngsters offered in Salt Lake County. You will be amazed at the quality of children's clothing you will find here.
It is a sensory delight to shop here whether one buys anything or not. The store carries an enormous selection of books dealing with the spiritual and metaphysical realms of life, as well as gifts, cards, and an excellent selection of CDs. Gentle fountains, hidden corner couches, and the aromas wafting into the bookstore from the adjacent Oasis Cafe (The) are all strong inducements to spend several hours in pursuit of refreshing one's mind and spirit.