Steakhouses: a perfect match with Salt Lake City's outdoor playground
After a full day of powder skiing or cross-country mountain biking in Salt Lake City's Wasatch Mountains, you'll find yourself unable to ignore your rumblingly empty stomach. And while such an outdoor adventure will cleanse and refresh you, it will also render you helplessly hungry. When it comes time to make dinner reservations, you'll sometimes find that the only thing capable of quenching your ravenous appetite, is a massive cut of perfectly cooked, USDA Prime beef... and possibly a side of king crab legs.
Local Expert Tip: "The New Yorker is owned by Salt Lake City's own culinary powerhouse, Gastronomy, Inc.; if you enjoy your meal here, try their Market Street Grill, Broiler or Oyster Bar."
Local Expert Tip: "For those not into alcohol, Ruby River offers more than a dozen shakes; those who do imbibe may enjoy wine, spirits, and beer."
Local Expert Tip: "Prepare your mind (and wallet) for a true fine dining experience."
Local Expert Tip: "Tune into Christopher's website (and Facebook profile) to stay current with special offerings. "
Local Expert Tip: "Do not plan a holiday dinner here; Fleming's closes on Christmas and Thanksgiving."
Local Expert Tip: "Come hungry; as gourmet as this restaurant is, its portions are still massive."
Local Expert Tip: "Spencer's is one of Salt Lake's elite steakhouses; to best enjoy your evening, come hungry and expect a large tab."
Local Expert Tip: "Texas Roadhouse offers various specials and discounts online as well as in the restaurant; if you have time, check their website or Facebook page before your visit."
Local Expert Tip: "Vegetarians need not fear the grill; in addition to the copious meat choices, you will also find enormous amounts of salads, as well as grilled fruits and vegetables."
Local Expert Tip: "If you like the Market Street Grill, consider checking out the New Yorker Restaurant � which is owned and operated by the same parent company."
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