New SLC Eatery Patio Seating
Restaurateurs have had to make adjustments, to say the least, during the COVID-19 pandemic. At a time when many eateries are hemorrhaging money, many have been forced due to indoor dining restrictions to come up with creative ways of serving customers.
One such restaurant is SLC Eatery, where owners Paul Chamberlain and Logen Crew created – out of necessity – what has turned out to be one of the nicer outdoor dining spots in SLC. The small size of the restaurant resulted in designing and building an entirely new patio on the side of the SLC Eatery building, described by a foodie friend of mine as “magical.” So, grab a mask and head over to SLC Eatery to enjoy socially distanced patio dining.
Rosh Hashanah To-Go From Feldman’s
From the good folks at Feldman’s Deli: L’ Shannah Tova! Feldman’s is accepting a la carte takeout food orders for the High Holidays which must be placed 48 hours before pick up. Appetizer choices are gefilte fish, chopped liver and matzo ball soup. For entrees, there’s brisket w/kugel; apricot-glazed chicken w/roasted potatoes and carrots; sloppy Joe platter; bulk meat, bulk sides, and loaf of bread. Desserts include blintzes with fruit compote and NY cheesecake.
There is also a Break the Fast Platter (available to pick up on Saturday, September 26th until 7 p.m.): bagel with a choice of 3 sides (lox, smoked whitefish, tuna salad, chicken salad, egg salad, chopped liver, hummus). Additional bagels, sold separately
Live Tunes @ Cucina
In addition to a fabulous wine list and Chef Joey Ferran’s exceptional cuisine, there’s another reason to visit Cucina Wine Bar in the Avenues. If, like me, you’ve been missing live music lately, I have good news. Cucina offers live music on the patio every Saturday evening beginning at 6 p.m. as part of their Summer Music Series 2020.
For example, this Saturday, September 12th, Lisa & The Cage Unit will perform. According to the folks at Cucina, “Lisa & The Cage Unit is a cover band that plays across decades and genres. Their foundational flexibility allows them the room to be creative in their song choices, from John Prine to Gershwin to Isbell to Dylan. So come sing along!”
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.