One of the oldest restaurants in Salt Lake City, Ruth’s opened in 1949 in a downtown trolley car that Ruth moved up Emigration Canyon. Erik and Tracy Nelson took over Ruth’s a few years back, and now you’ll find contemporary dishes like Erik’s raspberry chicken alongside classics such as liver and onions or tender, braised pot roast. Breakfast is served into late afternoon, so you can order the famous “Mile-High Biscuits” with country gravy for a late lunch. In warm weather, the sprawling patio is the place to be, as the restaurant also offers live music from local artists.
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