Utah has plenty of choices for great brunches whether in Salt Lake, or places that are worth the drive. Utah Stories explores some of the best in our September issue and invite you to come along. We start today with brunch in Salt Lake City.
1100 East 1300 South | Salt Lake City
One of my favorite dishes in the world is eggs Benedict, and Hub & Spoke’s Crab Salad Eggs Benedict that is one of the best in the city. This unique benny has a few stand out components. The crab salad, tossed in a heaping helping of arugula, is a great topper, but what really sets this dish apart are the cornmeal griddle cakes. The cornmeal is light and airy with amazing texture and flavor. I would trade out the conventional English muffin for a Hub & Spoke griddle cake any day. Additionally, the Hollandaise is light and buttery and not at all overbearing, but rather a complement to the fresh, mostly local ingredients. Top this brunch dish off with avocado, tomato, and perfectly poached eggs, and you have an eggs Benedict lover’s dream come true.
Eggs benny not your thing? Hub & Spoke has an extensive menu serving upbreakfast, lunch, dinner, and even boozy milkshakes.
Looking for other great brunch spots slinging up a wide variety of dishes and drinks?
Check out these other tasty Salt Lake City spots:
155 South Main Street | Salt Lake City
Go for fresh baked goods using local Utah flour, delicious coffee and tea, or the amazing breakfast pizza.
239 South 500 East | Salt Lake City
Go for local food with flair, a waffle and whiskey, or free ticket Tuesday (RYE will set you up with free tickets to a show at Urban Lounge, their sister music venue next door).
564 Third Avenue | Salt Lake City
Go for one of my favorite Huevos Rancheros in SLC. And, you can get it all day long!
975 West Temple | Salt Lake City
Go for some of the best coffee downtown and enjoy the artisan toast that sparked SLC’s toast obsession!