The city's best, most classic bars: open for fun any night of the week
Salt Lake City has a bad rap for its nightlife. However, you shouldn’t believe everything that you hear. True, the city’s bars are rather widely dispersed. However, there is nothing wrong with the bars themselves. So if you’re looking for a night out, do some research ahead of time, and chose your destination before you leave your hotel. In this way, you’ll spend your evening in a bar that suits your preferences, and you won’t even notice the city’s lack of a major bar crawl. Or better yet, pick a destination - say State Street or Downtown - and locate a few bars within walking distance of each other.
Local Expert Tip: "Not a typical dance club by any means, this is nevertheless one of the best places to cut loose in Salt Lake City."
Local Expert Tip: "Check out the Bourbon House's online calendar for events and specials."
- Type: Pub
Local Expert Tip: "If you haven't been to Piper Down since its expansion, it's time to give it another try."
Local Expert Tip: "This is a great place to meet up after a day of skiing or hiking."
Local Expert Tip: "If you're a sports fan, Fiddler's Elbow is the place to watch a game."
Local Expert Tip: "Though it offers much more than just dancing, this is nevertheless one of the best, most reliable places for people in their young 20's to cut loose."
Local Expert Tip: "This is a 21+ venue only; come prepared with an ID."
Local Expert Tip: "When locating the Tram Club for your first time, ask someone for directions... and keep following the signs."
Local Expert Tip: "Call ahead of your visit to see who's playing."
Local Expert Tip: "Because Urban Lounge hosts so many musicians, you should generally expect to pay a cover charge."
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