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Claire Saffitz’s ‘Dessert Person’ is the Cheerleader of Cookbooks

By Jacqueline Mumford, Managing Editor November 2, 2020

  The only thing that could rival the rush of dopamine that comes from queuing up an episode of "Gourmet Makes" is unboxing your signed copy of "Dessert Person," Claire Saffitz’s first cookbook. You...

A Guide to the SLC Arts Scene

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor August 11, 2020

  For students returning to the University of Utah campus or for individuals setting foot in Salt Lake City for the first time, it’s important to find places that make the city feel like home....

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Lighten Utah’s Liquor Laws and Save Utah Bars From COVID-19 Collapse

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor August 1, 2020

  As the world has shifted to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the bar and restaurant industries have taken some of the hardest hits. In a recent report from Yelp, 60% of restaurants that temporarily...

A tourist wears a protective mask at Biffi Restaurant in Galleria Vittorio, Milan, amid coronavirus fears. (Photo by Valeria Ferraro | Courtesy Getty Images)

How Utah Restaurants Are Faring During COVID-19

By Gabrielle Klinge, Arts Writer May 19, 2020

  April showers brought not only May flowers in Salt Lake City but the reopening of many restaurants as well. Local businesses have gained hope as the cases of COVID-19 reportedly plateaued in...

Dine or Dash: Munchies

By Arielle Gulley, Arts Writer February 29, 2020

  It seems to always be late at night when we tend to get those insatiable cravings for something sweet and all of the restaurants are closed. All hope seems lost. However, if you drive down Highland...

The food at Tumeric

Dine or Dash: Turmeric Indian Cuisine

By Cade Anderson, Arts Writer February 17, 2020

  Tucked inside the quaint Regent Street, right in between City Creek Mall and the Gallivan Center, is a local cafe thousands of tourists and residents alike have walked past, but few would recognize...

Dinner at House of Tibet featuring Spicy Potatoes (Photo by Kate Button I Daily Utah Chronicle)

Dine or Dash: House of Tibet

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor February 11, 2020

  Off the stretches of State Street lies House of Tibet. This quaint restaurant is easy to miss as it easily blends into its surroundings. Yet, upon crossing its threshold, the aromas of comforting...

The lychee cosmo and lemongrass mojito at Saola, which serves Asian cuisine in Cottonwood Heights (Photo by Kate Button | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Dine or Dash: Saola

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor January 28, 2020

  Stepping into Saola, a recently opened new Asian restaurant in Cottonwood Heights,  I was immediately transported to a new world. Filled with gold accents, marble tabletops, pink neon lights...

Every Tuesday is Taco Tuesday at Tres Hombres Mexican Grill & Cantina (Courtesy Tres Hombres)

Dine or Dash: Tres Hombres Mexican Grill & Cantina

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor January 18, 2020

  On one of the corners of the ever-stretching Highland Drive, there are three friends in cowboy hats who are the subject of a restaurant's sign — alerting passersby and hungry patrons of its...

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Dine or Dash: Proper Burger

By Weston Wood, Arts Writer January 16, 2020

  Utah is famous for its many local breweries. Utah’s famous craft beer is an art that started as a local-deemed necessity. Utah breweries originally were created by local people trying to maneuver...

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