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AmericanContemporaryInternational & Eclectic

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Open SundayPatio/Sidewalk DiningVegetarian FriendlyHandicap FriendlyServes WineServes BeerAccept Credit Cards$$ - Moderate

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Copper Onion

111 E. Broadway, Salt Lake City, 84111
801-355-3282
The concept at The Copper Onion is all about fresh, regional, casual cuisine. Chef Ryan Lowder has racked up impressive stars for his work at renowned restaurants including Jean Georges in New York City, Casa Mono and the very sexy Mercat. At The Copper Onion, try the “small plate” of sauteed chanterelle mushrooms topped with crisp shoestring potatoes and a farm-fresh lightly fried eggyolk properly quivering and ready to coat the savory flavors below. Other highlights are a perfectly balanced arugula salad with sherry vinegar, olives and Parmesan. Copper Onion is also a fantastic brunch spot, with comfort food like eggs Benedict, biscuits & gravy and steak & eggs, all at reasonable prices. The menu changes according to what’s fresh and in season.
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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Went to Copper Onion.  Ted is a bigger fan than I.  The servers need to wear better foot wear and also, say thank you when they get a 25% tip (especially in this economy).  The owners wife was also, short and rude it was like she had better things to do.  The papparedelle was a small serving.  Although, the flat iron steak was apporiate.  The escarole salad was alright.  Nothing to write home about.  The drunken cow dessert was great, but you have High West to thank for that.  It is an average menu.  We go to New York alot, because we have family there.  You need to step it you especially in the customer service.  Pull the wife, she's not a good fit.

 
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