Two Old Guys Live in April
Owner Michael “Deliman” Feldman of Feldman’s Deli fame – who is half of the Two Old Guys music duo along with partner Tally Evans – will be performing out and about in the coming weeks at various breweries and eateries. Yes, there IS live local music even during the pandemic.
Catch Two Old Guys this Saturday, April 10th starting at 6:30 p.m. at Level Crossing Brewing Company, and perhaps enjoy an In the Pines Hazy Pale Ale with one of Level Crossing’s delish wood-fired pizzas. On Monday, April 19 beginning at 7 p.m. the duo will be entertaining the crowd at Hopkins Brewing Co., where the Buffalo cauliflower is vegan and very good with a Sugar House Pilsner alongside. Then, mark your social calendar for Saturday, April 24 at 8 p.m. when Two Old Guys will perform at the Break Sports Grill in West Valley City. The extensive menu at the Break ranges from Cuban sandwiches and lobster mac n’ cheese to coconut curry bowls, Korean spring rolls, and banh mi lettuce wraps. Live tunes are back!
Utah Stories Night Returns
Utah Stories is happy to announce the return of Utah Stories nights and bringing back smaller-scale community events until the COVID situation gets under control. Utah Stories nights are something we used to do before Made in Utah Festivals. These are fun community events taking place once a month at local pubs where anyone can share story ideas for the future issues of Utah Stories.
April’s Utah Stories Night will take place at The Garage on Beck on Wednesday, April 28th beginning at 7 p.m. Enjoy live music and prizes including gift cards from The Garage and Stoneground Kitchen for the winners of the best story ideas. This event is FREE to enter, but due to COVID the seating is limited so get your free ticket for the evening by clicking the event page here. Food and drinks will be available for purchase at The Garage. We hope to see you there!
Curated Restaurant Meals at Home from Hive Eats
Hive Eats is a curated meal delivery service that currently features 10 SLC restaurants – a chance to enjoy fine-dining meals at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. They offer fully prepared, heat & serve meals, for the same cost of national meal prep recipe services. In addition to delivery, Hive Eats now also offers free pick up. Pick up is available on Thursdays from 3:30 to 7 PM at Shades Brewery, 154 Utopia Ave.
According to the Hive Eats founders, “As a result of lockdowns and reduced dining capacities during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Salt Lake City restaurant community came together with a solution. A goal, to keep local restaurants alive and thriving, and our employees employed. The Hive Eats restaurants are committed to using sustainable and recyclable packaging. Local delivery from local restaurants allows us to minimize packaging including unnecessary ice packs, oversized boxes and plastic bags and bottles. Your meals came from within 10 miles of your home, meaning less emissions on the road. We offer a low-cost option for local restaurants to participate so more revenue stays with the business themselves.”
Hive Eats is the brainchild of founders Missy Greis (Publik Coffee Roasters), Dean Pierose (Cucina Wine Bar), Scott Evans (Pago & Finca), and James Roberts (Redirect Digital, Lone Peak Productions and Two Degrees). The current restaurant lineup at Hive Eats includes Publik Kitchen, Pago, Cucina Wine Bar, Finca, Mazza, Osteria Amore, Trio, Avenues Proper, Arlo, and Himalayan Kitchen.
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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.
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