Attending a sporting event, concert or other event at the Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City? Whether it's day or night, these eating establishments, some patronized for many years, offer breakfast, lunch and dinner and convenience for getting to the Arena. The Lamb's Grill, one of those long established places - 93 years, in fact, boasts of being "Old Favorite" with "New Traditions." Located on South Main Street, it is actually Salt Lake's oldest continually operating restaurant, offering casual fare in the day and chops, steaks and pastas in the evening. Another favorite steak joint is Christopher's Seafood and Prime Steak House and Grill. Elegant interior and high booths offer special intimacy.
Market Street Grill has both a more casual restaurant and in a separate room, a cozier and more grownup oyster bar. Takashi has such a popular following among sushi lovers that reservations are definitely required, or it could be up to an hour wait. Naked Fish is another excellent sushi choice, with its calming and unique interior.
For American fare, the highly frequented Copper Onion has not only breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch, but dinner and a bar menu available from 5pm to close. Who can resist sinking the teeth into a good Philly Cheesesteak? That's what this owner thought when she started Moochie's Meatballs, and there was no such type of restaurant around at the time in Salt Lake.
The city has grown and grown up and offers a wide variety of culinary choices in the downtown area.