Winter Farmers Market Returns

Also: Franchises fight hunger; take Hearth on 25th home for the holidays

Ryan Lowder opens new Copper Kitchen

Also: Harley & Buck's moves to Ogden, wine dinner at Tuscany

Top Chef Pop-Up

Also: Feldman's Deli, The Yurt, Park City closures

Wired Walrus in Sugar House

Also: Oktoberfest at Spin Cafe, late nights at Fleming's
Sugar House is brimming with shiny new bars and eateries, and here's one more. Wired Walrus Euro Cafe (801-946-2079) opened recently in Sugar House Commons at 2155 S. Highland Drive, serving breakfast and lunch.

Bravos for Brews

Also: Meditrina wine dinner, Harbor Seafood & Steak Company
Bravos for Brews It had been quite a few years since I was last in Denver during the Great American Beer Festival, but a recent visit reminded me just how much buzz there is around the fest, and how important it is to U.S. brewers.

Saffron Valley's South Indian Food Festival

Also: Slow Food snail-paced chef; Vegas, baby!
Indian Food Fest

Wasatch Brew Pub in Sugar House

Also: Dinner @ Eva's, Farm-to-Glass Party
Wasatch Brew Pub recently opened the doors of its new location in Sugar House (2110 S. Highland Drive, 801-783-1127). Park City's Wasatch Brew Pub was founded in 1986 by Greg Schirf and was Utah's first microbrewery.

Bleu Bistro Football Brunch

Also: Karma Cuisine, BTG goes to Napa
In addition to national and local live music, the newly opened Bleu Bistro (1615 S. Foothill Drive, 801-583-8331) is also serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, with special selections from their small-plates menu priced half-off during NFL football games.


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    • Meditrina is at 1394 W. West Temple? Interesting...

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