Found in a quiet neighborhood in Sugarhouse is a small Italian restaurant called Per Noi Trattoria. It’s not flashy or fancy, but the food is authentic and excellent. Chef Francesco hails from Naples, Italy, and has brought his family recipes with him. The dishes are classic, such as homemade gnocchi; the flavors are rich and satisfying. On any given night, this small restaurant will have at least a thirty-minute wait, so don’t forget to make a reservation. 1588 E Stratford Ave. Salt Lake City
This new local eatery, located behind the Eccles Theatre, is fast becoming the place to go. The menu may seem a bit eccentric with curried scallops or rabbit bucatini, but rest assured, you will enjoy the departure from the “same old.” If adventure eating is not your thing, there is always pizza. Homemade right in front of you in the large wood fire oven, the crust is thin and crispy and the toppings range from pepperoni to pork belly. Chef and owner Michael Richey is onto something here. 126 S Regent St. Salt Lake City
- Aimee L. Cook – GatherNoshAndSavor.com
Nestled between Millcreek and Sugar House sits a joint specializing in authentic Jewish cuisine: Feldman’s Deli! Whether you’re in the mood for a Sloppy (and I mean sloppy) Joe, or a savory, dripping pastrami Reuben, this place will not disappoint. Sandwiches are stacked high and the new breakfast menu does the palate justice! 2005 E 2700 S. Salt Lake City
Perfect for rainy days or a nice coffee break, 3 Cups sets the simple and modern, yet inspiring standard for cafés south east of I-80. In the heart of Holladay, homemade pastries, breakfast bowls, gelato, and specialty drinks are served to locals and morning-lovers alike. 4670 S 2300 E. Holladay
- Katelyn Moss – FemaleFoodie.com
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