No one culinary tradition defines Salt Lake City restaurants. It’s just as easy to find a spot specializing in high-end New American cuisine, such as Pago, as it is to find traditionally prepared sushi and nigiri at the always popular Takashi. Salt Lake City also has a generous sprinkling of old standbys, from Ruth’s Diner, which has been serving comfort food like chicken dijon and biscuits and gravy since 1930, to Fresco Italian Cafe, which is consistently voted one of the best Italian restaurants Salt Lake City has to offer.

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