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  1. #1151
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinn View Post
    Bewilder Brewing is worth a stop. The couple beers I tried were both good and possibly the best pretzel Iíve ever had. Nice heated patio, cool old building.
    Those guys are good guys. They ran Salt City Brew Supply for years. Super talented brewers and great people. Looking forward to checking it out once we're eating inside again.

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    Last edited by tgapp; 03-27-2021 at 05:09 PM.

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    If I make it out your way in 10 days or so, I'm gonna be bumping this everytime I'm hungry and sharing my live location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    If I make it out your way in 10 days or so, I'm gonna be bumping this everytime I'm hungry and sharing my live location.
    yep this thread is gold, one of the best on TGR. DM me if you need reccs!!

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    Taqueria el Gallo loco pictures looked good today but it was closed. Maybe next time I head south....


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    I need to go to Utah.
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    Yeah, Utah. It's wedged in between Wyoming and Nevada. You've seen pictures of it, right?

    So after 15 years we finally made it to Utah.....


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    tacos mi carmlo owner was arrested (last week) in that murder/disapearance case out of kearns, along with her son. Hopefully doesn't mean the end of the best al pastor in the valley.

    @schindler - food in santa barbara is shockingly bad for how great the growing weather is, along with wine country culture

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtran10 View Post
    tacos mi carmlo owner was arrested (last week) in that murder/disapearance case out of kearns, along with her son. Hopefully doesn't mean the end of the best al pastor in the valley.

    @schindler - food in santa barbara is shockingly bad for how great the growing weather is, along with wine country culture
    Damn. Thatís some serious shit right there. Love the food. But owner is most definitely involved in some Mexican mafia business. Havenít been since the pandemic. Iíll be watching this thread for other al pastor suggestions.

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    K-recipe sides are dank. Got shishitos, kimchi, and spicy cucumber.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    K-recipe sides are dank. Got shishitos, kimchi, and spicy cucumber.


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    K-Recipe is that little side dish place next to the Asian Costco in south salt lake? If so I agree 100%

    Meet fresh is amazing too, 10/10. So good.

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    Yep! Went to get some obscure Chinese stuff to make some venison Dan Dan this week


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    TDR. 'Nuff said.

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    Seeking recommendations for an Anniversary dinner with my parents. I was hoping for the Aerie because they honeymooned at the Cliff, but it is closed.

    Challenges:
    The only night we can make it work is a Monday (I'll be in town from WA) and a lot of the finer restaurants appear to be closed for FHE.
    Their palate is a bit on the simple side: surf (well done) and turf (medium) are safe bets.
    Don't care about the bar or wine list.

    Location: Based in Cottonwood Heights, but willing to drive if necessary. Maybe Log Haven?

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    FYI, it's Mi Quang weekend at Saigon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Seeking recommendations for an Anniversary dinner with my parents. I was hoping for the Aerie because they honeymooned at the Cliff, but it is closed.

    Challenges:
    The only night we can make it work is a Monday (I'll be in town from WA) and a lot of the finer restaurants appear to be closed for FHE.
    Their palate is a bit on the simple side: surf (well done) and turf (medium) are safe bets.
    Don't care about the bar or wine list.

    Location: Based in Cottonwood Heights, but willing to drive if necessary. Maybe Log Haven?
    Log Haven is 10/10 for ambience but realistically more like 8/10 for food. Not a bad choice by any stretch, but we both felt like the ambience is what made it special, not the food.

    Our fancy dinner go-to's:

    SLC Eatery
    HSL
    Table X (!!!)
    Current/Undercurrent

    Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Seeking recommendations for an Anniversary dinner with my parents. I was hoping for the Aerie because they honeymooned at the Cliff, but it is closed.

    Challenges:
    The only night we can make it work is a Monday (I'll be in town from WA) and a lot of the finer restaurants appear to be closed for FHE.
    Their palate is a bit on the simple side: surf (well done) and turf (medium) are safe bets.
    Don't care about the bar or wine list.

    Location: Based in Cottonwood Heights, but willing to drive if necessary. Maybe Log Haven?
    https://mintsushiutah.com/

    Might not be what you're looking for, but the food is excellent. Worth checking out the menu if you were considering the Aerie. Lots of options that aren't raw fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    FYI, it's Mi Quang weekend at Saigon.
    Man I may need to make that a priority tomorrow. Last time we tried it was sold out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    FYI, it's Mi Quang weekend at Saigon.
    dumb question but which Saigon? Super interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    dumb question but which Saigon? Super interested
    Saigon Sandwich on 13th East & 86th South. These days it typically sells out so definitely get there early-ish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Saigon Sandwich on 13th East & 86th South. These days it typically sells out so definitely get there early-ish.

    Killer, we're gonna try and do that as takeout to night. Thanks for the heads up DTM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    Killer, we're gonna try and do that as takeout to night. Thanks for the heads up DTM!
    It's still good as takeout, but like most noodle dishes it's definitely better in-house fresh from the kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    https://mintsushiutah.com/

    Might not be what you're looking for, but the food is excellent. Worth checking out the menu if you were considering the Aerie. Lots of options that aren't raw fish.
    Looks great, will probably have to try this with the wife at some point.

    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    Log Haven is 10/10 for ambience but realistically more like 8/10 for food. Not a bad choice by any stretch, but we both felt like the ambience is what made it special, not the food.

    Our fancy dinner go-to's:

    SLC Eatery
    HSL
    Table X (!!!)
    Current/Undercurrent

    Hope that helps
    Thanks, will give those a look

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    SLC eatery is our recent nice restaurant go-to. Fun atmosphere, great service, great food. Did mint recently actually, and it was pretty good. I know this is pretty skidoggy, but i'd call it "slc great", not "great".

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtran10 View Post
    SLC eatery is our recent nice restaurant go-to. Fun atmosphere, great service, great food. Did mint recently actually, and it was pretty good. I know this is pretty skidoggy, but i'd call it "slc great", not "great".

    skidog we <3 you

    but that did make me laugh real good

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Seeking recommendations for an Anniversary dinner with my parents. I was hoping for the Aerie because they honeymooned at the Cliff, but it is closed.

    Challenges:
    The only night we can make it work is a Monday (I'll be in town from WA) and a lot of the finer restaurants appear to be closed for FHE.
    Their palate is a bit on the simple side: surf (well done) and turf (medium) are safe bets.
    Don't care about the bar or wine list.

    Location: Based in Cottonwood Heights, but willing to drive if necessary. Maybe Log Haven?
    Market Street is always a safe bet. Yeah, it's overpriced, but the food is adequate and the service is good.
    When life gives you haters, make haterade.

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    Harbor has always registered high for some of my friends, their parents, and some of my older friends. Lots of good reviews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtran10 View Post
    Did mint recently actually, and it was pretty good. I know this is pretty skidoggy, but i'd call it "slc great", not "great".
    Heh. If it's great by SLC standards does that make it a Sandy 11? I suppose that's fair. It's been a long time since I ate at Takashi and we're too old and lame to go downtown these days. I think the food is more unique and interesting than Tsunami, and I like the atmosphere and setting a lot more.

    Quote Originally Posted by sfotex View Post
    Market Street is always a safe bet. Yeah, it's overpriced, but the food is adequate and the service is good.
    Guaranteed mediocrity FTW!

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