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Artful eating: Foods to try at the Utah Arts Festival

First Published Jun 27 2014 10:48AM      Last Updated Jun 27 2014 05:09 pm

(Kathy Stephenson | The Salt Lake Tribune) The Reloaded shrimp and avocado bowl from Yoshi's Japanese Grill.

The Utah Arts Festival menu is a mix of global flavors sprinkled with some American favorites.

There are spicy pork tacos, French crêpes, Greek gyros, Mediterranean kabobs, pizza and Asian rice bowls as well as Philly cheesesteak, ice cream, coffee drinks and spiced nuts.

And that’s just what’s available in the food court area along 200 East.

In between the ceramic pottery, mixed-media paintings and wire wind chimes are a few more culinary finds:

Lucky 13 » The Salt Lake City restaurant will be serving corn, poppers and baskets of maple smoked bacon. Thursday-Saturday, noon-3 p.m. near the Garden Stage.



Beer » The new 801 Pilsner, produced by Uinta Brewing Company, is making its debut during the festival. It’s available on draft for $6 a glass every day noon to 10 p.m., in the Uinta beer tent west of the Festival Stage.

PB&J with milk » Available daily in the kids area for $2.

Local food demos and sampling » Discover new Utah-made products including Beltex Meats, Desire Desserts, Butchers Bunches, Amour Spreads, Happy Monkey Hummus, Urban Pioneer Foods and Zest Kitchen & Bar. Thursday-Saturday, 3 to 4 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 4 p.m., near the garden stage.

Student Chefs » Students from The Art Institute of Salt Lake City create and serve culinary delights daily, 5 to 10 p.m., near the Garden Stage.

Epicuriosity » Master chef Robert "Sully" Sullivan of Utah Food Services prepare gourmet dishes daily, 4 to 11 p.m., west of the Festival Stage.

kathys@sltrib.com

 

 

 

 

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