Make LivingSocial your go-to source for great restaurants in Salt Lake City. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find on our handpicked list of Salt Lake City restaurants:
Stoneground Kitchen: It may have started as a basic pizza joint, but Chef Justin Shifflet has made a wildly successful reinvention of Stoneground to a craft Italian restaurant. That craft is most obvious in the food, nearly everything else is made in-house including the pasta. Well-executed Italian favorites can be found up and down the menu, along with along with whimsical creations like the polenta tots. Our tip? Start with the facaccino, it comes hot from the oven and your server bursts it with a knife tableside. It’s the perfect start to an incredible Italian dinner.
Old Bridge Cafe: Named for a bridge in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina (check out the mural of it on one of the café’s walls) this unassuming little restaurant proudly serves traditional Bosnian food. A labor of love for the owner, Ibro Sameric, who fled war-torn Bosnia in 1998, everything on the menu is homemade. That includes the pita, which you’ll find stuffed with traditional Bosnian beef sausage, and the dolma. For a little bit of everything, try the Old Bridge Platter. It comes with a sampling of most everything on the menu.