Drinks and pub food to soothe the savage journalist
If food is good for the soul, then a hefty booze-up is doubly so for the journalist's soul.
Where restauranteurs and chefs feed their bellies and souls
For this year's Dining & Bar Guide, City Weekly food critic Ted Scheffler decided to reach out to local chefs and restaurateurs to ask the simple question: "Where do you go to feed your belly and nourish your soul?"
Elevated eats at Utah's bars, pubs & clubs
Time was that a bag of stale pretzels and who-knows-how-old pickled eggs were about the best we could expect to nosh on at our local watering hole. Not that there's anything wrong with those tried & true classics.
8 local food trucks worth the search
Sometimes, food for the soul is a movable feast. It's served up hot and delicious from a truck that's here today and gone tomorrow. And part of the fun is finding it.
This is what happens when you give a fat guy $50 and tell him to go find the best pizza in Salt Lake City
It's early Friday evening at Rusted Sun Pizzeria. From our perch at the counter, we can see towheaded owner Wally Stephens working. Feet planted, he rocks left to right with metronomic rhythm, punching a ball of dough from side to side.
Upping your pizza & beer pairing game
When pairing the beer with pizza, a bit of knowledge is key. "A good rule of thumb is that the beer supports the crust, and needs to be similar in character" explains Matthew Allred, the communications director for Epic Brewing.
These locally made confections will lift your spirits (and your blood sugar)
For a morning sugar rush, you can't do better than Banbury Cross Donuts. The shop has a cult following here in Salt Lake City for its freshly baked doughnuts and doughnut holes.