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Taste of Summer Festival

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Summer Wine-Down at Solitude

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Bento boxes at Kyoto

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Taste of Summer Festival

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The Natural History Museum of Utah (301 S. Wakara Way, nhmu.utah.edu) is hosting a two-day Taste of Summer Festival that includes exhibits centered on ice cream and other cool treats made right here in Utah.

Eat Drink SLC

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Enjoying good food and drinks as the sun starts to set and the nocturnal creatures start to get a bit more lively is always a memorable experience.

City Weekly's Mutha Clucker

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The Mutha Clucker brings the finest chicken joints in town together with standout breweries and distilleries for a night of tasty food and drink.

Tastemakers

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The event also features live music, and a portion of the ticket proceeds helps support Utah Foster Care.

Discover Food Festival

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Local businesses like Cotopaxi have donated prizes for drawings, and the evening promises to show attendees just how much value and talent the chefs and entrepreneurs who work with Spice Kitchen bring to our city.

Toast to good health

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Caputo's hosts an Italian feast that features a selection of the market's award-winning cheese, meats, pastas and chocolate, which also includes wine pairings.

Twin Suns Relocation

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The evening features trademark dishes from a galaxy far, far away, such as Boba Fettuccine, Yoda Soda and Mini Thermal Detonators, along with a few surprises.

New vendors at Living Traditions Festival

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From Sudan, Chef Alual Kuol Majok and Am Bor Sudanese Cuisine deliver bowls of hearty chicken sheia and Sudanese kabobs.

Food Alley breaks ground

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In addition to the alley's main restaurant roster, it'll also have areas for food trucks and smaller niche restaurants.

Curtains for The Five Alls

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The staff was friendly, the chefs were passionate and there was something just a little badass about continuing to serve Filet Oscar years after it had become passé. I know I speak for a wide swath of local diners when I say The Five Alls will be missed.

Nihon Matsuri Japan Festival

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Two stages of live entertainment feature kimono modeling and taiko drumming, a traditional tea ceremony and an exhibit spotlighting Utah's Japanese history.

Mark of the Beastro Opens

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The restaurant is currently open for three-hour chunks Monday through Sunday with plans to expand their hours and host a plant-based pandemonium of a grand opening later this year.

Five Sushi Brothers Opens

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Brothers Ammon and Jacob Chung built the original restaurant around the concept of late-night sushi delivery, and their new location ushers the novel idea to downtown SLC.

Chocolate and Cheese Festival

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And you can also wander around and check out the consistently amazing exhibits featured at the museum.

Beer, Cheese and Chocolate

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Word is that it will be of the golden cream ale variety and infused with organic cacao nibs, courtesy of The Chocolate Conspiracy.

The Hub Spring Launch

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To celebrate, The Food Truck League is hosting a spring launch party on Wednesday, March 20, during their new operating hours.

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