High West Distillery

High West Distillery

Sep 11, 2014

  The quality of my photos is the only thing that sucked about my visit to High West last month.  I definitely look forward to whipping out my iPhone 6 Plus and taking better pictures going forward!  Yay!  Picture quality aside, High West is up near historic Main Street in Park City, and well designed, comfortable gastropub with excellent food and...

Cowgirl Creamery

Cowgirl Creamery

Sep 11, 2014

  Cheese!  Sweet glorious, fantastic gooey cheese!  Walking down the Ferry Market building I passed along dozens of artisan food vendors, but this is the one that grabbed my attention.  I witnessed a gal in the kitchen preparing a huge platter of cheese sandwiches to be grilled.  There was no measuring or portion cups she was using.  Just a gobs and gobs,...

Pizza Rev

Pizza Rev

Sep 1, 2014

Pizza Rev has taken over the building formerly owned by NYPD Pizza, and I see it as an upgrade.  They offer custom built quick pizzas with unlimited toppings at an affordable price.  I would compare them to the Pie Five that opened (and just closed) in Cottonwood Heights near Big Cottonwood Canyon, but better.  I had compared Pie Five as the...

Alexander’s Steakhouse

Alexander’s Steakhouse

Sep 1, 2014

    To my knowledge this is the first Michelin rated restaurant featured on my blog.  When you get a second, watch the video from their website. Alexander’s Steakhouse in Cupertino, California home of Apple Computers did not disappoint.  The entire experience at Alexander’s ended up being phenomenal.  As I was considering my own...

Stoneground Kitchen

Stoneground Kitchen

Aug 23, 2014

Just when I thought I had a handle at all the good pizza places in town I find a new one.  Stoneground Kitchen is on the top floor of a building across the street from the Salt Lake City Library along 4th South.  A good childhood friend of mine had recommended this place for dinner, and it was a place that both him and his wife and remembered from their college...

Humphry Slocombe

Humphry Slocombe

Aug 17, 2014

During my recent trip to the Bay Area, I was really excited to try tons of great San Francisco food.  During our Hop On-and-Off bus tour the driver told us that in San Francisco there is one restaurant for every 40 people in the city.  The history of the city, the smells of Fisherman’s Wharf, I didn’t know what to expect.  I would have never guessed...

Wasatch Moon Cafe

Wasatch Moon Cafe

Aug 6, 2014

  This post embodies some of my all-time favorite things in this world.  Finding a local “hidden” diner off the beaten path that has the most amazing burgers and fries at near obscene prices is very near the top.  (I can only think of bacon and cookies topping it at the moment)  I’ve been to Wasatch Moon Cafe twice in the past few days....

Avenues Proper

Avenues Proper

Aug 2, 2014

Just east of LDS Hospital in the Avenues is a building that houses both Hatch Family Chocolates as well as gastropub Avenues Proper.  I gave these guys a try before attending a Morrissey concert this Spring at the U of U.  It was a cool building and cool setting with both indoor and outdoor seating.  Avenues Proper has a lunch and dinner menu, as well as Sunday...

Kobe Japanese Cuisine

Kobe Japanese Cuisine

Jul 25, 2014

I glanced over here while going for $0.75 wing Tuesday’s at Wing Coop a few weeks ago, and saw they were advertising ramen soup.  Even though we are in the middle of high 90′s temperatures in Salt Lake City recently, something about ramen soup really struck a chord with me.  I have to say after sampling the ramen, this was my reaction: That’s...

Sabor Latino

Sabor Latino

Jul 14, 2014

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