Arlo Takeout is Back!
Chef Milo Carrier and the good folks at Arlo restaurant have reinstituted their takeout menu so you can now take Arlo cuisine home with you. According to Arlo, “Our take-out menu has returned and we’re kicking it off with a handful of favorites – including our swooned over, local, grass-fed burger. We’ve also got soup, salad, and dessert. But as you probably know, we like to mix it up and keep things interesting – so check back often for new items and updates.”
Current takeout menu items include fresh made daily bread with homemade butter, grass fed beef hamburger on a housemade bun, pints of Thai curry and sweet potato soup, little gem salad with avocado and pistachio crumbles, and more.
Trofi Rolls Out New Menus
Trofi restaurant – located in the Hilton Salt Lake City Center – has rolled out new breakfast and brunch menus. Highlights of the weekend brunch (Saturday & Sunday from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.) include Shrimp and Grits; a charbroiled Spencer’s Salt Lake Sunrise Burger on Stoneground Ciabatta; and Trofi Flatbread with fried eggs, bechamel, Gruyere, smoked ham, fresh chives and Hollandaise sauce. Cocktails, wine and beer are available beginning at 10:30 a.m.
The new daily breakfast menu at Trofi includes Biscuits & Gravy, Banana Nutella French Toast, a full Breakfast Buffet, Eggs Benedict, Avocado Toast, Spencer’s Steak & Egg Skillet, Western Omelet, and much more, including a nice selection of vegan and gluten free items.
Manoli’s Greek Wine Dinner
Next Monday, January 24th, Manoli’s will host a scrumptious evening of Greek food and wine.
Manoli Katsanevas and his staff are pairing up with Francis Fecteau’s Libations SLC to host a six course food & wine dinner highlighting natural Greek wines. The cost for the evening is $121 per person, which includes tax and gratuity. The soiree begins at 6:30 with dinner served at 7:00. For reservations and tickets, click here.
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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.