Templin Family Brewing at Blue Sky
The Lodge at Blue Sky invites you to join them throughout 2022 as Salt Lake City’s Templin Family Brewing and The Lodge at Blue Sky team “celebrate cultural, culinary and craft brewing delights in a variety of memorable venues.”
Things kick off on Friday, May 6th at 6:30 p.m. when guests will enjoy a hacienda-style menu from Executive Chef Galen Zamarra at The Yurt, along with Templin Family Brewing Ferda DIPA (double IPA) and their equally delicious and crisp Mexican Lager.
Reservations for this event are limited and the cost is $95 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
Easter Brunch at Pago
Still, looking for an Easter dining destination? Owner Scott Evans and his team will host an Easter Brunch at Pago restaurant on Sunday, April 17th with a 3-course brunch menu priced at $32 per person, plus tax and 20% gratuity.
A welcome pastry basket will be followed by a choice of starters from kale Caesar salad; strawberries and beets; marinated asparagus; or shrimp aguachile. Main course options are the Pago Breakfast (Clifford Farm scrambled eggs, market veggies, brunch potatoes); eggs Benedict; French toast; trout Kedgeree with curry fried rice; pozole rojo; or the award-winning Pago burger.
Italian Graffiti Coming to The Gateway
A new Italian eatery called Italian Graffiti is coming to The Gateway, bringing a new, higher-end dining experience to the complex. “We are excited to be fulfilling our mission to attract a diverse array of businesses to The Gateway as part of our ongoing revitalization efforts to make it a premier destination and hub of downtown Salt Lake City,” says Jacklyn Briggs, The Gateway’s marketing director.
According to the team behind the new restaurant, “Italian Graffiti is the first full-scale restaurant by Nice Hospitality, the visionary team behind HallPass and SkinnyFATS. This new venture will offer a contemporary interpretation of classic Italian fare and hand-crafted family recipes from Chef-Partner Marc Marrone’s Italian-influenced upbringing in New York City. Building upon nearly 20 years of experience earned at world-class restaurants across the country, Chef Marc brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Nice Hospitality’s newest venture. Guests can expect to be immersed in the art of vibe dining with Italian Graffiti’s expansive wine menu, open format cooking, daily house made pasta, a full bakery, and dry aged meat program. The area’s first modern osteria will feature floral-inspired decor with one-of-a-kind art installations throughout the dining room, bar, and lounge areas.”
“With grandparents who immigrated from Italy, my most cherished family traditions centered around sharing homemade meals together. I want our guests to experience that same gracious hospitality and convivial atmosphere,” says Marc Marrone. “The popularity of HallPass at The Gateway paved the way for this new concept as we feel it has increasingly become a coveted dining and entertainment destination in Salt Lake City.”
Look for Italian Graffiti to open this summer.
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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.