Since 1978, the New Yorker has been one of Salt Lake City’s most enduring fine-dining destinations. Chef Will Pliler has run the kitchen for much of that time, and his cuisine seems to continually improve. The New Yorker’s express lunches are a hit with the hurried business crowd, especially the delicious lobster sliders. For a more leisurely meal, book an intimate table for the evening and dig into the exquisite jambalaya, roasted rack of lamb or the irresistible papparedelle with Maine lobster and tomato-basil cream sauce. A top-notch wine selection and classic cocktails like the Bellini, cable car and Manhattan just add to the fun.