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Pho 2.0

Pho 2.0

Pho Saigon Noodle House births a baby brother in Murray.
I recall being cautiously excited when Pho Saigon Noodle House (2222 E. 3500 South) opened during the summer of 2013 near the Maverick Center, after an eight-year run at a previous West Valley City location. There weren't near as many pho emporiums around town back then as there are today, and I hungrily welcomed each new addition.

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Gracie's

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Gracie's

Offering a myriad of pleasures all under one roof, Gracie’s...

Copper Kitchen

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Copper Kitchen

The newest venture from Ryan Lowder (owner-chef of downtown’s Copper...

 

Vietnam by the Glass

Vietnamese cobra wine, salted limeade, sea horse whiskey and more.
When I was in graduate school in New York City, one of my colleagues hailed from Vietnam, and he introduced me to an exotic world (to me, anyway) of flavors and aromas that I'd never previously experienced. That included beverages I'd never encountered, too—both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.

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Spring Skiing, Spice Up Thursdays and Pinot Pioneer

As part of its 10th annual Spring Grüv festivities, Park City Mountain Resort hosts weekend s'mores making at 3 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday through April 8.

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Richey's Riches

Chef Michael Richey sets up shop on Regent Street.
It's a great time to be a restaurant critic in Utah. It seems almost like ancient history now, but around the time of the 2002 Winter Olympics, there was a spike in new and notable restaurants—many of which were opened to take advantage of the influx of tourists, as well as the publicity and marketing that swirled around hosting the Olympic games.

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Mr. Natural

Will Bucklin makes gnarly wines from ancient vines.
I'm pretty sure winemaker Will Bucklin would shudder at being called a hippie. I could be wrong, but I'm of the opinion that the proprietor of Sonoma's Old Hill Ranch winery (founded with siblings Arden, Kate and Ted) is probably uncomfortable with any label, except perhaps winemaker and/or farmer.

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Taste for the Space and New Brew

Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 6, from noon-4 p.m. That's when Salt Lake County, Taste Utah and the Utah Restaurant Association—with help from Sysco and Fox13—host Taste for the Space at The Shops at South Town.

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Dining Guide 2016

Eating well. Go ahead and think about the notion for a minute. "Well" can mean many things to different people: clean, sustainable or just down-home, grease-dripping-down-your-chin goodness. Thankfully, City Weekly has a stable of ever-curious and always-hungry contributors who were up to the task of redefining the concept.

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