Reyes Adobe Restaurant composes scratch-made Mexican dishes of homemade corn tortillas and fresh ingredients for lunch and dinner. Dining duos can bite into appetizers such as quesadillas, nachos, or chicken taquitos, or opt to feed each other bites while other diners look on in quiet wonder at the teamwork on display. After sharing a starter, each diner mollify piqued taste buds with an entree, which range from the tender steak pieces of the carne asada plate to the tightly wrapped tidings of a bean and cheese burrito or grilled shrimp burrito. Chicken tortilla soup soothes south-of-the-border souls, while the taco fajita salad is the result of a standoffish taco opening up at last to offer diners a lettuce-filled embrace. Conclude the feast with the sweet flavors of flan, a mexican tart, or with the deliciously contrasting flavor notes of deep-fried ice cream.
Reminiscent of a nightclub, Huka Bar & Grill's dimly lit room hosts towering hookahs that emit flavorful wisps of smoke, from cherry and sour apple to chocolate strawberry and winter fresh. Weekly events range from DJ-led ladies’ nights to Sunday Funday, which invites guests to engage in board games and take time for somber reflection upon the day when the Little Rascals invented fun. Prior to 8 p.m., patrons enter Huka Bar & Grill free of charge; After 8 p.m., there is a $7 cover charge per person.
Miner’s Grill & Sports Bar caters to sports fans, friends, and families alike with a wide selection of American eats and plenty of HDTVs showcasing professional and collegiate sports. Diners can dig into classic American fare such as wings, grilled salmon, rib-eye steak, and Angus-beef burgers while enjoying a game on a massive LCD video wall.
Wiseguys Comedy fills Salt Lake City’s state-mandated laugh quota with its rotating schedule of local and national joke handlers. Upcoming appearances include rising comic Spencer King performing an atypical set of irreverent musings at Ogden on February 25 and 26. Equally all-ages-appropriate joke spinner Steve Soelberg, "not Kevin Bacon," steps up to the mic at Trolley Square on March 3, making audiences guffaw as hard as dentists’ trifecta of nitrous oxide, gum-tickling mouth feathers, and insistence on doing old Steve Martin routines during a fluoride treatment. Wiseguys recommends checking the comics out on YouTube to get a flavor for their acts before catching a show.
Fats Grill fills its space with all the ingredients of a good time, including a menu populated with burgers, pizza, and sandwiches, a fully stocked bar, 12 flat-screen TVs, and seven pool tables, a setup that has won the hangout City Weekly's Best Pool Joint 13 years in a row. Twelve is the number of its burgers, all served on toasted sheepherder rolls with toppings such as bacon, jalapeños, and pastrami. Toasted sourdough builds the foundation for the grill's sandwiches, and pizza crust keeps italian sausage, red onion, and pineapple chunks from gracing the floor with their presence. Fats Grill also houses a newly renovated basement concert venue, a place where local musicians take the stage every Friday and Saturday night to belt out the name game using every audience member's name.