We have been known over the years for our “tapas” menu which initiated the small plate movement in Salt Lake. We have expanded to offer fixed price meals that provide a great dining value and a number of dishes that include such top of the line entrees such as elk rack and wild salmon. The menu is always changing, seasonally and with daily specials.
It all flows from the late nineteenth century building materials; sandstone, brick and oak. Ceilings are 15 feet high in the two main dining rooms. The mezzanine overlooks the restaurant and is illuminated by a skylight two stories above. The intimate gallery space is perfect for groups of 8-12 for business meetings or special occasions.
Our wine list has been recognized as “best selected” in the local press. We search out selections for distinctive qualities engendered by their terroir and wine maker’s skill. We focus on wines of Europe and the U.S. The list runs to nearly 100 choices and are cellared in a vault used by the original occupant, Utah Savings Bank.
The wait staff approach is to provide everything that a diner wants but no more. Our servers are knowledgeable and experienced. We strive for professional , yet casual approach, trying to be helpful but not intrusive, friendly but not cloying, sophisticated but not pretentious.