3440 S. Decker Lake Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
Phone: (801) 975-1888
Fax: (801) 973-7192
Bars & Cafes
Paper Moon in Salt Lake City stands as proof that the lesbian community is alive and well in Utah. Most of the female clientèle are involved and impassioned about important social issues, but this seriousness never prevents a good time from being had by all. Dozens of activities such as cheap date nights dot the calendar and party people can enjoy a light meal and an alcoholic beverage while talking with friends, old and new.
Visit MoDiggity's - the premier sports bar in U.S, exclusively for women. Boogie all night with a daily dose of live music at this place that's popular with gay women. Reserve a non-smoking lounge that offers you a intimate space for you and your partner.
Willie's Lounge is an acclaimed dive bar where you can order a drink that won't burn your wallets. From karaoke, DJ beats to foosball and pool tables, it is a nice spot to hangout with friends over beer. It also features two bars of which one is dedicated to only Wasatch and Squatter's beers.
Placed in such a manner that it will be the first haunt of hungry SLCC South City campus students, Baxter's indeed is very lucky. Besides serving breakfast and lunch specials, the place offers great coffee as well. Many bands from Utah come to perfrom here for they get a favourable audience and space to perform. You can indulge in vegan cupcakes or just order a round of expresso after classes.
Feel like you're visiting an old friend when you step into the Piper Down Pub in Salt Lake City. This classic Irish pub is known for its outstanding service, cold brews and piping hot home cooked meals. The Irish whiskeys are a hit here so be sure to order one on the rocks! High back wooden booths, exposed brick work and Celtic touches add to the Irish themed ambiance.
Since 1980, La Frontera has offered huge portions of homestyle Mexican food in a casual atmosphere. The decor is modest, but the food is amazing and that will keep you here. Particular local favorites include the smothered burritos and enchiladas, which will leave even the biggest appetite satisfied. Order a la carte or combinations, either one is reasonably priced. Traditional Mexican offerings are prepared fresh and served hot. Domestic and imported beer is available.
Orange is a private club in Salt Lake City where artists, art lovers, intellectuals, free spirited and friendly souls gather for a chat and a drink. You will find them hunched over beers discussing literature or art. The simple food, and plenty of drinks...combined with the great ambiance will keep you wanting more. The seating arrangement is good, keeping the place spacious, with couches and sofas lined along the walls, allowing you to sit back and enjoy your drink!
Located on the South 500 West Street at the city center, the Devil's Daughter lures the late-night revelers in its midst with an eclectic mix of events on all nights of the week. Here, you can indulge in a game of pool and participate in the Thursday pool tournament, or enjoy the karaoke nights on Wednesdays and Thursdays, or dance to the House or Dubstep music on Friday Club nights. If you are hungry, then dine on the variety of grilled delicacies on offer such as Garlic Cheeseburgers, Beer Battered Fish Sandwich and Smoked Baby Back Ribs. Open on all days of the week, walk in here for an awesome night out.
Liquid Joe's is a very popular hangout for anyone who likes to hear good music while playing pool, dancing and drinking beer. The dance floor is fairly large and suitable for swing dancing or general jumping around. Bands from all around perform here, as well as local groups with a good following. On most nights there is a live show happening. A number of domestic and imported beers are on tap. Cover charges are subject to a change, depending on who is performing.
Seen as one of the top twenty Dive Bars of America, Burt's Tiki Lounge is surely a local favorite. Come Sunday nights and there will be hoards singing along the karaoke and Mondays are reserved for the punk heads. If you wish, you can also buy Burt's shot glasses for your personalized shots. Not for the upmarket, this place is to grab some cheap beer and headbang to the guitar strings.
This spacious restaurant and pub in Sugar House has a long bar along one side, a row of booths and six TVs for comfortable viewing. Most patrons are happy just sitting and schmoozing in the booths, but there are pool tables as well, where tournaments are always in action. The food is good, the menu is large and the prices are reasonable at Fiddler's Elbow. Pasta specialities, crisp salads, chicken-fried steak and meatloaf are available, plus bar foods like nachos and dip can be eaten. Here, you will find a warm atmosphere and fine woodwork.
Millcreek Coffee Roasters brings in mixed rush hour crowds with a long coffee menu and fresh baked goods. The decor is open and simple with primary colors blocked around a few small tables and comfortable sofas. In the warm weather, guests can take their caffeine outside to tables situated street-side on a narrow strip of grass. Whole roasted coffee beans and a variety of coffee making paraphernalia are offered for sale.