What to Expect: Downtown Dining

Posted by on September 20, 2012 in The Sewing Summit, What to Expect | 5 comments

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Today’s What to Expect post discusses something vitally important: Where to eat.  I love good food and and have been known to plan entire vacations around food.  I reached out to family members and friends via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and have assembled a very enthusiastic list of places to eat, and a few sites you might want to stop at along the way.  And thanks to my sister-in-law, Mary Clark (my Sewing Summit roomie & local photographer) for letting me use her beautiful photographs.

 

Sewing Summit in Salt Lake City

 
Be sure to check out Erin’s Quilt Market Eats: Welcome to Salt Lake City post from last May—Erin shares some great suggestions and beautiful photos of downtown.

Design Sponge put together a Salt Lake City Guide in 2009. It’s a bit outdated, but worth checking out!
 

Sewing Summit in Salt Lake City

 

Take a Walk Downtown

As you know, the Sewing Summit is held downtown at the beautiful Little America Hotel (you have reserved your room, right?) There is no reason to rent a car unless you really, really want to. Downtown Salt Lake City is a walkable, clean, friendly city, and it is set on a grid. Once you know that the closest mountains you can see are East, it is easy to figure out how to get places. Salt Lake’s public transportation system, TRAX, is even free within the downtown zone, and there is a TRAX station a block or two from the hotel.  If you need a break from sewing and fabric (it really does happen) or want to go on a walk, consider checking out the following destinations:
 

Sewing Summit in Salt Lake City

 
Salt Lake City Library: designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie, it is a striking building and worth checking out. 210 East 400 South
 
Sewing Summit in Salt Lake City

 
Cathedral of the Madeleine: 331 E South Temple—Opened in 1909–I think it’s particularly cool that my mother-in-laws needlework guild did the embroidery when they remodeled the Cathedral years ago.

Temple Square: a 10 acre complex located in the center of Salt Lake City—beautiful grounds, striking architectural details, fountains, and several visitors centers. Headquarters of the LDS Church, there is a free performance by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir each Sunday morning.

City Creek Center: 50 S Main –This mixed use development (retail, dining, residential buildings, fountains, and a man made creek) opened earlier this year and is gorgeous! Anchored by Nordstrom & Macys, features many high end retail & dining options. Plus an outdoor fountain that includes a fire feature!

Where to eat downtown?

(links are to each restaurant’s Urban Spoon page)

Bambara (202 S Main) $15-25/entree
Betos (775 W North Temple –for a 2am burrito, per Miranda)
Blue Iguana
 (165 S West Temple)
Blue Lemon
(55 W South Temple) $10-15/entree
Bruges Waffles and Frites (336 W 300 S) under $10/entree
Café Rio
 (532 E 400 S) under $10/entree
Crown Burger (377 E 200 S) under $10/entree
Gourmandise 250 S 300 E (closed Sundays) under $10/entree
Gracie’s Bar (326 S West Temple) $10-15/entree (site of the Salt Lake Modern Quilt Guild party on Friday)
Jimmy Johns
 (they deliver to the hotel. For free!) 605 E 400 S or 14 E Broadway
Lambs Grill (169 S Main) $10-15/entree
Litza’s Pizza (716 E 400 S)
Market Street Grill (48 W Market Street) $15-$25/entree –great breakfast
Moochies
 (232 E 800 S) under $10/entree
Oasis (151 S 500 E) $10-15/entree, vegan and vegetarian friendly
The Pie Pizzeria  (1320 E 200 S)
Red Iguana
  (736 W North Temple) $10-15/entree
Red Rock Brewery
 (254 S 200 W) $10-15/entree
Sage Café (473 E 300 S)  (vegan/vegetarian and gluten free friendly)
Sawadee Thai  (754 E South Temple) $10/15 entree
Settebello
 (260 S 200 W) $10-15/entree
Sigfried’s German Delicatessan (20 W 200 S) under $10/entree
Skool Lunch
 (136 E South Temple) under $10/entree

A bit farther away
Cafe Trio (680 S 900 E) $15-25/entree
Kyoto  (1080 E 1300 S) $15-25/entree
Liberty Heights Fresh (1290 S 1100 E) under $10/entree

If you have a car…
Café Madrid (5244 S Highland Drive) $25 +/ entree
Omar’s Rawtopia
 (2148 Highland) $10-15/entree
Rincon Salvadoreno (3898 W 5535 S, Taylorsville, Ut) under $10/entree
Ruth’s Diner
 (2100 Emigration Canyon) $10-15/entree

Need a Sweet Treat?

Capo Gelateria (262 S 200 W)
Lion House (63 E South Temple)
Menchies
Nielsen’s Frozen Custard (3918 Highland Drive)

If I missed your favorite, please leave suggestions in the comments. Thanks! And happy eating.

After all that eating, how about a jog?

And if you are worried about eating too much that weekend, consider joining one of our teacher’s, Carrie Lundell and I for a 5k (or a shorter walk) Friday morning! 6am. Lobby. See you there.

5 Comments

  1. Thanks for rounding all this up! Laura from Quokka Quilts and I are in SLC until the Monday after SS, and then back the night before we fly home 3 weeks later, I’m hoping to get some good exploring in with the camera in our spare time!

  2. Eva is an AMAZING spot to eat downtown. http://www.evaslc.com — they’ve got wonderful small plate options and a great atmosphere!!! XO

  3. I’m dead serious about that burrito. Who’s with me?! :)

    • Since you are the queen 2am sewist, I figured you were. I’m in!

  4. thanks for putting this together. It is a great list to have.

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