The Best of Salt Lake: Food

The Best of Salt Lake: Food

By Molly Miller, June 21, 2018

First-timer

Valter’s Osteria

This modern twist on a Tuscan Granary (pictured above) is famous for its pasta, homemade butternut squash ravioli and hot chocolate.

Takashi

If you are one of the lucky ones, you’ll get seated right away. For the rest, be assured that your wait will pay off in the form of the best sushi and sashimi in downtown. You won’t find a website for Takashi, but you will find hundreds and hundreds of 5-star reviews on social media channels.

The New Yorker

A Salt Lake City institution since 1978, the Gotham City-inspired restaurant focuses on comfort food, and is right in the downtown culinary district.

Boltcutter

The plant-based menu features street tacos and Mexican classics, including homemade chips and guacamole. Boltcutter serves fast lunch options and then morphs into a full-service restaurant for dinner. After, head to Monkeywrench, the vegan ice cream shop with a coffee bar and baked goods, right next door.

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