The name Finn has been a mainstay of the Salt Lake City dining scene Finn the original Finn’s opened in 1952 at the top of Parley’s Way. Today, Finn Jr. and his wife, Vickey, carry on the Finn’s family tradition at Finn’s Café, where Scandinavian specialties such as Norwegian waffles with lingonberries and sour cream, Jule Kake French toast, poached fish, pittipanna and the Norsk omelet with bay shrimp, Havarti, and capers provide an interesting alternative to the more common array of standard breakfast choices. Nice modern Euro-vibe here, too. Breakfast at the restaurant—Scandinavian or otherwise—served all day! If it’s non-breakfast grub you’re after, at lunchtime the fried chicken and wienerschnitzel are terrific. Ditto for the Reuben sandwich with shoestring fries.

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