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249 East 3300 South Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City

$7 for $14 Worth of Bosnian Cuisine for Two or More at Old Bridge Cafe

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Bosnian family handcrafts and serves beef cevapi sausages, grilled kebabs, and filo pastries

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7 ratings2 reviews
December 31, 2015
Great food and friendly caring owner.
Kristintop reviewer
12 ratings5 reviews
August 5, 2015
This place is super delicious and the service was excellent.
Celitatop reviewer
133 ratings18 reviews
August 4, 2015
Bosnia burger is the best!
4 ratings4 reviews
April 10, 2015
Lots of meat on the menu if you like meat, yummy food, the salad dressing was just a bottle from the store. That was weird. I would have preferred something more authentic. Other than that it was yummy.
6 ratings3 reviews
April 3, 2015
They are amazing and the food is the best
1 ratings1 reviews
March 18, 2015
Food are OK but just OK, nothing really special.
7 ratings2 reviews
February 8, 2015
The dinner for 2 was very good - a sampler of all the food items
7 ratings3 reviews
February 1, 2015
Try the platter for two, it lets you sample all the specialties. More than enough food for three people.
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About This Deal

Dining out can be a great change of atmosphere, especially if you’re used to eating your meals hastily in an unguarded meat locker. Have a seat with this Groupon.

$7 for $14 Worth of Bosnian Cuisine for Two or More

The menu features Bosnian dishes such as beef goulash with pita bread ($7), dolma-stuffed peppers with beef and rice ($7), cevapi beef sausages with kajmak cream cheese ($6-$8), and zeljanica pita pastry filled with spinach and cheese ($3).

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. 1 voucher per visit. Limit 1 per table. Must use promotional value in one visit. Dine in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Old Bridge Cafe

Peek into the kitchens of Old Bridge Cafe, and you'll find a family portrait in motion: a father, a mother, two daughters, and in-laws work side-by-side to craft Bosnian pastries, sandwiches, chicken soup, and shish kebab by hand. However, it wasn't always this way. Before Ibro Sameric built his Salt Lake City business from the ground up⎯Ibro performed most of the restaurant's construction himself⎯the Sameric family endured unspeakable hardships as their homeland was ravaged by violence in the 1990s. At its worst, Ibro was hauling bags of flour across 60 miles of warzone under the cover of night to keep his family and neighbors fed. Today, Ibro and his family celebrate a culture that was nearly lost by feeding their American community with Bosnian dishes such as dolma stuffed peppers, kajmak cream cheese, and cevapi⎯succulent beef sausages served in a house made pita.

The "Old Bridge" from which the restaurant takes its name refers to the Ottoman-era Old Bridge in Ibro's hometown of Mostar. Though the bridge⎯a symbol of Bosnian peace and unity⎯was destroyed during the conflicts of the 1990s, it comes to life on the café walls in the form of a hand painted mural. Ibro is quick to expound on the history of the Old Bridge and offer dining suggestions to new visitors, demonstrating the hallmarks of Bosnian hospitality.