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Utah Restaurants and Nightlife

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Restaurant choices in Utah are comparable to every major city in the world. Make your reservations now for one of the many award-winning establishments.

Utah Restaurants & Nightlife

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Whether it is enjoying cowboy steaks smoked to perfection, or enjoying modern fine dining - culinary satisfaction awaits you in Utah. In fact, you can say Utah's outstanding scenic diversity is matched perfectly by the variety of dining experiences available to the traveler.

This is a glimpse into our dining experiences, whether it is Thai or Indian, Tex Mex, or Northern Italian - you will love dining in Utah.

In Bluff, Utah's gateway to the Four Corners region, enjoy a creative and local-centric meal at the Cow Canyon Trading Post, featuring an exquisite menu with emphasis on quality. In Bryce Canyon City, dine at Ebenezer's Barn and Grill at Ruby's Inn, where a rambunctious group of cowboy minstrels will serenade you with the best of old west Americana.

Many folks on the road seek an All-American experience. Utah has its share of authentic, American dining establishments with a splash of unique local color. Northern Utah's historic Brigham City has the Idle Isle, a classic Main Street USA diner decked out in early 20th century decor, with a menu full of American standards. Eastern Utah's Green River has Ray's Tavern, which features both excellent burgers, and motorcycle enthusiasts making their way across the country on Interstate 70. Ruth's Diner, located up Emigration Canyon just outside Salt Lake City, has been a Utah staple since Ruth started serving hamburgers out of a railcar in 1930.

Some travelers demand the finer things, and Utah does not disappoint. Award-winning cuisine is found all over the state, diverse in both price and origin. La Caille, nestled at the foot of Salt Lake City's Little Cottonwood Canyon, serves "French eclectic" fare that has received an AAA Four Diamond Award every year since 1994. Cucina Toscana, The Metropolitan, and The New Yorker are three iconic fine dining establishments in the heart of Utah's Capital City.

For more great places to eat while in Utah visit: www.utahdineout.com.

Utah's Microbreweries

On your visit to Utah, make sure to visit one of Utah's many microbreweries. Squatter's, one of Salt Lake's first brewpubs, has an extensive list of award-winning beer, including the state's first USDA certified organic beer, "Squatter's Organic Amber Ale." Squatter's features a menu ranging from "nibbles" to serious entrées. Moab Brewery, a perpetual favorite for bikers, hikers, river rats and regular folk, has beers and ales brewed on premise in a cooperative arrangement with Park City Brewery. Salt Lake's Red Rock Brewing Company is Zagat rated, and known for its "new American cuisine." There are several other notable craft brewers in the state, including the newest, Epic Brewing in downtown Salt Lake City, which was recently awarded two awards at the 2011 Great American Beer Festival. Also while in Park City, check out the award-winning High West Distillery - the nation's first ski-in ski-out whiskey distillery!

 

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  • Highway 63 Park Road #1
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