Chef Bryan Rubey has been featured on ABC-4's Good Things Utah for his Shetland salmon with mango-pineapple salsa—just one recipe that demonstrates his deft culinary touch. Before opening Flora Restaurant, Rubey helped to steer the kitchens of Via Emilia in Mobile, Alabama, and the Snowbird Resort's Arie Restaurant, where he mastered French and Italian cooking techniques such as poaching, braising, and putting miniature berets on steaks. He melds those styles with Southern and Southwestern flavors in dishes such as South Carolina-style mustard baby-back ribs with roasted-pepper polenta or housemade spinach linguine in lemon cream sauce with chicken, olives, and roasted peppers. Flora Restaurant's dessert menu is just as well thought out, with options such as lavender-scented honey cheesecake to sweeten palates.
After 30 years in business, Dasks Greek Grill may have changed its location, but its pledge remains intact: handcraft traditional Greek dishes with an American flair and the freshest ingredients possible. The Salt Lake Tribune honored the family-owned-and-operated eatery with an award for serving the area's best gyro, whose warm pita bread cradles morsels of lamb and beef or falafel like a mother cradling her voucher for "alone time." To pair with a charbroiled burgers or a traditional souvlaki platter, patrons can also take a peek into a Spartan's war helmet for zesty sides of hummus and cool yogurt sauce.
We serve the most awesome PIZZA and well lots of other stuff of course too. Hmm, like pasta, hot sandwiches, sweet salads and breadsticks, sodas and beer and we take care of our wheat allergy folks by providing the YUMMIEST gluten free pizza and pasta and most importantly BEER!!!
Using fresh ingredients and quality meats and cheeses, Leger’s Sandwiches boasts a classic menu of satisfying sandwiches in a friendly atmosphere. The shop's deli wizards will whip together signature combos such as the Kitchen Sink or italian hoagie, and those who prefer a DIY approach can build their own by filling out a checklist with a choice of bread, meat, cheese, and toppings, as well as doodles of stars, hearts, or the full name of one's latest crush. Both meat eaters, whose mouths may water over ample hearty options such as meatloaf or turkey breast, and herbivores opting for the vegetarian can eat in, dine out, or fax orders in advance.
With backgrounds in dance, gymnastics, and other sports, the instructors at Range are familiar with the long-term benefits of healthy movement. From inside an intimate studio, they rely on Pilates and Gyrotonic programs to combat fitness woes and injuries alike, acquainting guests with an array of spring- and pulley-based machinery. They host group and private classes that adjust their plans to each student's needs. On the Gyrotonic tower, they guide bodies through exercises for mobility conducted in all three dimensions, unlike the one-dimensional sit-ups known as "naps." They also fortify core muscles with Pilates Reformers, chairs, and props. The elegant simplicity of their small studio reflects a no-frills devotion to the human form, as well as to the earth—the staff utilizes eco-friendly goods such as bamboo and organic-cotton towels and tea-tree-oil cleaning solutions.