Away from the urban centers, in more remote parts of Utah, is where a lot of pleasant surprises happen in Utah's dining scene. Moab, Kanab, Bluff, St. George and Cedar City cater to adventure's sophisticated side with dining and cultural hotspots. Aside from these popular foodie basecamps, all Utah towns have their own flavors to try, but be mindful to check closing times and for Sunday dining availability.
Make the most of winter's shortened daylight by extending your Utah ski trip into the night. Sure, some resorts offer incredible night skiing — so, okay, after that — but then the night really gets going in downtown Ski City.
It's no secret Salt Lake City is a basketball town, but the game is just the beginning. Ski like a local at renowned ski areas Alta, Snowbird, Brighton and Solitude by day, and make the easy game night run back down the mountain for award-winning dining, gold medal breweries and world-class arts, culture and nightlife.
Arts, Food and Drink, History and Heritage, Ski and Snowboard, Urban Experiences