Archive for July, 2011


July 11, 2011

Pizza and pasta for the discriminating palate, Stoneground serves great New York style Italian food. Known for their pesto, great salads, tiramisu, and of course the pizza and pasta. Giant servings and dishes that are great to share. Half sandwiches and salads available for lunch time. Carbonara and Stoneground Classic pizza are among my favorites. For something zesty, try the lemon caper linguine. Classy enough for a date, casual enough for a night with the buddies.

Atmosphere: Great view in a classy yet casual setting.

Price: $8-18 for main dishes, pizzas $13-18.

Drinks: Full bar menu

What you need to know: Sunday is all you can eat pizza & salad. Order your drinks and wait to see what comes out of the kitchen.

Location: 249 east 400 south

Hours: Mon-Wed 11-10. Thur-Sat 11-11. Sin Sunday 5-9pm

India House

July 10, 2011

Hand-prepared herbs and spices, every ingredient top quality, and the best recipes possible. Quite simply, India House is the place to enjoy Indian food. The only thing this place is lacking is the inequalities of cheap curry powder and cheap packaged spices to mask the lack of flavor. This is the way Indian food is meant to be, fresh, rich, and layers of complex tastes. Get some perfectly baked naan, and finish the meal off with the best gulab jamun.

Atmosphere: Quiet, casual, and very beautifully decorated.

Price: $10-15 per entree (big enough to share, but you’ll try to eat it all)

Drinks: Beer available

Location: 8660 south State Street

Hours: Weekdays 11:30-10. Saturday 12-10. Sunday 4-8.

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Bohemian Brewery

July 10, 2011

Bohemian goulash with dumplingsGreat atmosphere, incredible beer, and a menu that pairs well with those beers. With options from Czech and German to American pub favorites, there’s something for everyone here. Pirogies, schnitzel, bratwurst, and so much more to fill you up. Date night, casual meals, and even seating in the bar to watch a game.

Atmosphere: Great dining room and patio. Casual.

Price: Entrees between $10-24, $9 sandwiches and lunch specials.

Drinks: Beer (of course), wine, and full bar.

What you need to know: Usually no need for reservations. The Garlic burger is THE BEST I’ve ever had.

Location: 94 east Fort Union Blvd. 801-566-5474.

Hours: open 7 days a week, lunch and dinner

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