Utah has a ton of great food spots. If you’re in the market for something new to try, here are a few foodie options you can’t pass up.
Olivia Gochnour, co-founder of Utah Grubs, shares five foodie experiences you should check out.
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Must Try Foodie Experiences
Mr. Charlie’s Chicken Fingers
This pick is a nod to the South. Great chicken fingers, fries, even a grilled chicken finger option if you’re trying to eat a touch healthier. The owners are from the South and exhibit southern hospitality at its finest. It’s located in Murray at 554 W 4500 S.
Snowpine Lodge at Alta
Dine at the brand new lodge at Alta Ski Resort! Everything on the menu boasts a unique style and flair, but the parmesan crusted brussel sprouts steal the show. Prices range from $10 – $30. It’s located at 10420 Little Cottonwood Rd, Alta.
Snowshoe Experience at Solitude
Literally experience a night out(side)! Snowshoe into a yurt and experience dining at its finest. The menu is never the same, so you’re guaranteed a totally unique experience every single time you go. Enjoy four to five courses of gourmet food in an environment unlike any other. The best part? Get to know the people you’re dining with. The experience takes three hours and you get to meet and interact with all of the other diners. Located at 12000 Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd, Solitude
Campos Coffee Roastery & Kitchen
This is the go-to breakfast spot on the list. Grab either the avocado toast or the bacon egg and cheese sandwich – both are dressed up with unique sauces and flavors that will send your taste buds soaring! Located at 228 S Edison St, Salt Lake City.
The latest Utah restaurant featured on the Food Network’s hit show Diners, Drive ins, and Dives – you definitely want to check this place out! Get the Binda Special – it’s the perfect blend of pizza and Indian cuisine. The combination is an unexpected one, but the mixture of two distinct flavors proves to be a tasty one. Located at 2927 South 5600 West D, West Valley City.