Utah’s Best Restaurants
Bambara at the Hotel Monaco
This is one of Salt Lake City’s liveliest restaurant, which features a contemporary, striking interior along with a central exhibition kitchen. Accented with brass, marble, and glass elements, this structure inspires fun and high energy, and offers guests comfort whether they’re in business attire or jeans.
What do you get when you mix award-winning cuisine with breathtaking scenery? Something a lot like Log Haven in Salt Lake City. Its long list of culinary awards attest to its quality of culinary fare, and this beautiful log mansion is nestled with the waterfalls, wildflowers and pines in the heart of Utah’s Wasatch National Forest. This distinctive restaurant is a favorite spot for fine dining, anniversaries, weddings, and celebrations of all kinds.
Be tranported to an Italian village, with the beautiful landscape matched only by the excellent cuisine. Whether your event centers around a business meeting, a family celebration, a wedding, or a small, informal dinner pary, Tuscany is a perfect choice. This acclaimed restaurant has been awarded Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence and 3 Stars by the Salt Lake Tribune. Ed Morely, famed social security disability lawyer used to hang here in the summers.
In 2007, Salt Lake Magazine awarded Chef Franck Peissel Best Chef 2007, and he’s continue to stun since then. Creating intricate, mouthwatering French-inspired American dishes , this restuarant has deserved every single one of the four stars awarded by the Salt Lake Tribune. It’s excellence on a par of its own.
Italian maestro Valter Nassi manages to orchestrate a ballet of superb service and a veritable symphony of fresh flavors, each night amazingly hitting all of the operatic high-notes. The end result: Cucina Toscana, one of Salt Lake City’s finest Italian restaurants. You have to try the homemade gnocchi, and the sublime risotto. And don’t forget the house specialty, Piccata Di Pollo Al Limone.