At Mo’s Place, diners dig into timeless American dishes and tear apart smoky barbecue fare on the weekends. The breakfast rib-eye steak with eggs and hash browns fills bellies for the day ahead, and the lunchtime double BLT sports three pieces of toast, six strips of bacon, and more tomatoes than the home garden of a vegetable archivist. On Friday and Saturday nights, the eatery stays open late to serve smoked meats, barbecue sandwiches, and hot wings.
Crisp breezes blow off the creek that cuts through River Restaurant's backyard, somersaulting through patio windows into the loft-like main dining room. There, amid leather furniture and a sleek metal staircase, diners dig into Mediterranean-style kebabs and orzo, or gently unwrap morsels of feta from grape leaves. Owner and chef Darin Byrd has his staff keep things simple with fresh ingredients and classic recipes for his menu of Mediterranean and American fare. Rivers Restaurant also hosts catered events, with capacity for 40 people sitting, 75 standing, or unlimited seating for parties willing to don water wings and float in the river.
Thai Garden Restaurant's chefs carefully spice a menu of Thai cuisine awarded Best Southeast Asian fare by Salt Lake magazine in 2006 and 2007. In the dining room, ornate wood dividers stand stark against exposed brick, displaying intricate carvings of animals, workers, and Judd Nelson with fist triumphantly raised. Floor-to-ceiling front windows cast light on dishes of chicken, beef, pork, or tofu coated in flavors such as red curry and spicy Thai basil sauce, and customized to one of five levels of spice. Classic pad thai and pan-fried flat noodles conveniently fill entree-shaped voids in diners' stomachs with fresh sprouts, meatballs, and ground peanuts.
Black Cherry Market is an International specialty market which offers great selection of ethnic foods & fresh produce from around the world, as well as traditional and conventional groceries. We feature specialty products from many different countries and cultures from around the world including Europe, the Middle East and
Bakery and Brews' retinue of baristas incorporate flavors imported from Uruguay and Argentina into the shop's selection of coffees, teas, and smoothies. Guests can grab their choice of 20-ounce chai frappes, flavored lattes, or fruit smoothies to go, or they can grab a seat at one of the café's tables, plush couches, or resident grandpa laps. The drinkery's menu brims with liquid bounty, satiating thirsts with a varied selection of espressos, teas, and hot chocolate that will keep palates guessing and esophagi logging overtime hours.
CousCous Mediterranean's owner and chef Nick Shams handcrafts a healthy menu of Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Diners can prime bellies with a small house salad drizzled in the restaurant's signature lemon-basil dressing or a healthy side, such as the wheat- and gluten-free garbanzo chips. To activate the brain's seafood receptors, taste buds dive into a bowl of lemony shrimp scampi or a cheesy seafood bake, which pits marinara-varnished salmon and shrimp against tendrils of angel-hair pasta. The Mediterranean burrito's couscous, refried garbanzo beans, yogurt-dill sauce, and ground lamb form a delicate fusion of culinary styles, and a selection of 10-inch gourmet flatbreads support sundry toppings, from a simple blend of two cheeses to a garden-ransacking spread of mushrooms, sweet peppers, fresh basil, and ceramic geese in bonnets. Diners can supplement each entree with a medium-size beverage and seal them into stomachs with a delectable dessert.
With faux-stucco walls, arched doorways, and warm, golden light, Roma Ristorante’s dining room seems to transport diners into the picturesque confines of a Tuscan-countryside villa. The scene is set for the main event: waiters transport festive Italian dishes such as manicotti noodles stuffed with ricotta and parmesan cheeses or sautéed chicken wrapped in a prosciutto bow. Lighter fare includes crisp salads and soup that's made fresh daily.