Rated X

Millcreek's new Table X is making a statement.

Hit the Road, Jack

Out-of-town dining for Thanksgiving weekend or any time.

Thanks for Not Cooking

Allow local restaurants to do the work on Turkey Day.

Ghost Story

New Mexican eatery follows in La Fountain's tasty steps.
Now called Chile-Tepin, Rodriguez' new space is large and airy, and located in the Crane Building on the corner of 200 South and 300 West

Southern Comfort

Find authentic Southern-style cooking at SoCo.
That's especially true if you're lucky enough to have Lafayette Pierre as your server. He's a terrific guy with a name that proudly announces his New Orleans heritage.

Trip to Bountiful

Find fantastic flavors minutes from SLC.
Bodacious Bountiful highlights include, in this correspondent's opinion, both Utah's best pizza and best cheesesteak. Curious?

DIY Yum

Thanks to Blue Apron, home-cooking has never been so wholesome and convenient.
I had become interested in Blue Apron after a number of food-loving friends and acquaintances sang the company's praises.

Noodling Around

Ten sensational SLC pasta and noodle dishes.
For space considerations, I've distilled my favorites down to just 10 in SLC. Please try them, and tell us about your faves, as well.

All Grown Up

Cucina turns 21 with a new chef, wine selection and more.
I have to admit: It is as amazing as it is unconventional.

Showtime!

Encore Bistro opens at the new Eccles Theater.
I was recently given a preview of the venue, and to say I was gobsmacked would be an understatement.

Train Stop Cuisine

Cafe Sabor offers Mexican-American flavors steps from the FrontRunner.
Each is quite unique; there's nothing cookie-cutter about them.

Celebrity Chef Tour, Tuscany, and Gluten-Free Expo

Just like dining at the historic James Beard House in New York City, guests have the opportunity to mix, mingle and interact with the chefs.

East Coast Eats

Experience some of Utah's best variations on classics from back East.
Thanks in large part to Easterners who have uprooted themselves and set up shop here in Utah, it's getting easier to try a taste of those unique flavors.

Molto Veneto

Dine like a Venetian in the Beehive.
But just as much as it's a place, Veneto is also a state of mind.

Bohemian Rhapsody

Beer grub elevated.
Evidence of Bohemian's staying power.

Have It Your Way

Customization is the keyword at Mollie & Ollie.
The first time I sauntered in to Mollie & Ollie—a new downtown Salt Lake City eatery whimsically named after the owners' pet goldfish—I couldn't quite get my bearings.

Holy Gao

Finding Chinese magic at Chef Gao.
I normally consider it to be a plus when I don't see General Tso's chicken or sweet-and-sour pork on a Chinese restaurant menu.

Above Ground

Surviving 16 sometimes challenging years, Stoneground grows up.
McCarthy knows talent when he sees it, and he very smartly scooped up über-talented chef Justin Shifflett

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    • I'd absolutely pay the $$$ to enjoy that vegetarian tasting menu again. It was delightful…

    • on November 30, 2016
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    • We have been there a few times with the family (including kids) as well as…

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