Using wrung-from-the-wild seafood, Skipper's Seafood and Chowder House dunks cod in thick batter and submerges fish 'n' chips in hot oil to forge dishes tweaked over the course of 40 years in business. Rainforest-themed décor transports diners to warmer climes as they nosh hearty helpings of french fries alongside two slabs of crispy fish or chicken as heart-warming and crunchy as a deep-fried valentine. Chefs cut seafood by hand to craft ideally sized tenders to fuel chatter between couples, pals, or duos attempting to steal Poseidon's identity, and the restaurant's kitchen harnesses locally sourced produce and wild-caught seafood to promote sustainability and pamper dining consciences.
A Rocky Mountain horizon peaks over the roof of Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Dodge's glass-walled showroom as glimmering rows of new and preowned autos file neatly into the spaces of an expansive lot. Tucked inside the service department, mechanics outfit cars with everything from OEM auto parts to sips of oil and fresh new filters. Convenient Saturday hours also allow hurried businesspeople to avoid stressing out in between going to work and taking shark-taming classes.
Snider Bros. Meats is a family-owned protein packery that has been providing a wide variety of gourmet products to the Salt Lake Valley since 1938. Tasty take-home tastes include USDA choice beef, all-natural pork, fresh poultry, frozen seafood, homemade sausages, and delicious deli meats, cheeses, and salads. Feast your peepers on the brothers' impressive online catalogue before steaking claim to your favorite cook-ready cuts in-store, including a mouthwatering array of weekly specials. Or use this Groupon to grab a fresh, already-made lunch at the deli counter. To pre-order a customized Snider’s Sandwich (1/3 lb. of your choice of up to three meats and three cheeses, $5.29), Half Hoagie Sandwich (3 oz. of your choice of up to three meats and three cheeses, $4.39), or a Snider’s Combo (hoagie, 32 oz. drink, chips or a salad, $6.98), just order online or by phone and pick up your gourmet grub in-store.
When a chef reaches for a stick of butter, the staff at Mountain Town Olive Oil mourns. It's a missed opportunity to cook with extra virgin olive oil (EVOO), a much healthier and more flavorful option. That's why the EVOO connoisseurs give cooks a wide range of butter alternatives in the form of specialty olive oils. Many are tinged with unusual flavors: cayenne, basil, and, for the staunch traditionalist, even butter. The same is true of gourmet and balsamic vinegars—try the black cherry, cinnamon pear, or dark chocolate vinegars for proof.