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Log Haven

6451 E Millcreek Canyon Rd., Salt Lake City, 84109
Even if the missus didn’t handle special events there, Log Haven’s combination of spectacular natural scenery, fabulous flavors and seasoned service would win me over. While consistently garnering “Most Romantic Restaurant” awards, Log Haven, which dates back to 1920 and is located in a national forest, combines timeless log-mansion ambiance with first-class contemporary cuisine. General manager Ian Campbell’s eclectic wine selection supplements chef Dave Jones’ creative culinary program, which includes tempting treats like grilled lamb “lollipops,” tarragon-crusted sea scallops, peppered Morgan Valley lamb sirloin and homemade cilantro papparedelle. Desserts are divine treat at Log Haven, with uniquely sweet creations such as curried apple financier tartlet and sake-steamed Santa Rosa plums. Got marriage? Proposals happen here nightly.
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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Funny, Ian does have a great wine program, but the menu items listed in this article are not Dave Jones. Either update the article, because Dave deserves his praise, he's got mad talent. Or give the correct chef creative credit for the dishes listed.... Dave has a new menu out, I'm sure he would love those dishes featured in this article. Cutting and pasting is just bad journalism. As for "signature smores", they can't be a signature, if they aren't on the menu any longer.. right? Which is a shame because they just were featured in slcmag as 100 Utah foods you must try.