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Log Haven, Millcreek Canyon » This rustic restaurant offers a memorable setting, fresh mountain air and New American cuisine.
Silver, Park City »The restaurant’s opulent, modern vibe, and an excellent New American menu, raises the bar for fine dining in Park City.
Takashi » Incredible attention to detail in the kitchen makes this one of Salt Lake City’s best — and busiest — places for sushi.
Talisker on Main »Innovative and expertly prepared food is made with local and seasonal ingredients, served by a professional staff.
The Aerie, Snowbird » This recently remodeled eatery combines New American cuisine with equal parts refinement and creativity and beautiful mountain views.
The Farm, Park City »This sophisticated restaurant at the Canyons is all about fresh local ingredients.
The New Yorker, Salt Lake City » The food and service is first-rate at this downtown restaurant with an exclusive feel and decor.
Beastro at Hogle Zoo, Salt Lake City » Located east of the elephant exhibit and north of the monkeys, this new eatery makes just about everything from scratch, including hand-tossed pizzas, panini sandwiches, fresh — not frozen — hamburgers and macaroni and cheese
Blue Plate Diner, Salt Lake City » Kids can tuck into corn cakes for breakfast or three kinds of fries or classic milkshakes.
Bonsai Japanese Steak House and Sushi, Salt Lake City » Kids get a kick out of the knife-wielding chefs, as well as food that’s flipped and set aflame before their eyes.
Daly’s Pub and Rec, Park City » Located in the Montage, this restaurant offers fine pub fare and a wide variety of games, such as bowling, darts, shuffleboard, arcade games, Wii, pool tables, and flat-screen TVs showing sporting events.
Left Fork Grill, Park City » A classic diner, but not a greasy-spoon. Dishes such as wiener schnitzel, open-faced turkey sandwiches and corned beef hash are made with exceptional execution. There also are least six kinds of pies daily.
Melty Way, Midvale » This fast-casual sandwich shop offers a new spin on grilled cheese.
Pat’s Barbecue, Salt Lake City » Barbecue, in all its finger-licking glory, is the perfect food for kids, and Pat’s is one of the best places to get smokey ribs, brisket and chicken.
Red Iguana, Salt Lake City » The lively atmosphere and consistently good Mexican food are reason to bring the kids. There are no chicken fingers here; instead try a quesadilla, burrito, taco or flauta, a rolled and fried meat-filled tortilla.
Rusted Sun PIzzeria, Salt Lake City » This welcoming pizzeria, with its great vibe and delicious pizza, is great for kids.
The Pagoda, Salt Lake City » This updated restaurant serves lunch combos in bento boxes. Try the Noda-San — vegetable and shrimp tempura, chicken or beef teriyaki, four-piece spicy tuna roll and rice.
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