Easter Treats

Salt Lake City does not skimp on treats during holiday seasons, so if you can’t seem to find what you’re looking for, try some of our favorites:

Hatch Family Chocolates
376 8th Avenue, Suite A
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
(801) 532-4912

10" Milk Chocolate Easter Bunny by Hatch Family Chocolates

Les Madeleines
216 E 500 S
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
801-355-2294

Raspberry Buttons at Les Madeleines

Gourmandise – The Bakery
250 South 300 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
801.328.3330

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
6191 S State St, Ste 364
Murray, UT

See’s Candies
Fashion Place Mall
6191 S State St
Murray, UT 84107
801-268-4722        

Novelty Egg at See's Candy

Chocolate Cottage
720 East 10600 South
Sandy (801) 572-7706

Schmidt’s Pastry Cottage
609 E 2100 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
(801) 967-9766

Cummings Studio Chocolate
679 East 900 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84105

If it’s not sweet treats you’re looking for, but more of a savory gourmet meal on the upcoming holiday, we highly recommend the Oasis Cafe Easter Brunch. “Mirroring the creative daily menu filled with local organic vegetables, sustainably ranched meats and freshest seafood, the buffet is a favorite with locals.  The buffet will also include the popular Prime Rib Carving Station and a Chocolate Fountain for dessert.  Reservations are highly suggested.”

Some other great suggestions for Easter Brunch:

Bambara
202 S. Main
801-363-5454

Faustina
454 E., 300 S.
801-746-4441

Franck’s
6263 S. Holladay Blvd.
801-274-6264

Gardner Village
1100 W. 7800 S., West Jordan
801-566-0917

Little America
500 S. Main St.
800-281-7899

Log Haven
6451 E. Millcreek Canyon Rd.
801-272-8255

Market Street Grill
Three locations:
Downtown             801-322-4668
Cottonwood             801-942-8860
South Jordan             801-302-2262

Piñon Market & Café
2095 E. 1300 S.
801-532-4539

Let us know where you went and what your favorites were!

Saturday in Salt Lake

Salt Lake City’s City Creek just opened this week and downtown has a become much more appealing to locals.   People are out and about.  So what would a Saturday Night in Salt Lake City look like?  Well, here’s what you could have done last night: Dinner at The Cheesecake Factory, dreamed big in Restoration Hardware in City Creek, take the kids and spouse to Beauty and the Beast at Capitol Theater and meet one of the cast.  Or Dinner at Eva, Shopping at City Creek Center, dance to Tuxedo Tramps and Three Bad Jacks playing at Beck Street Garage, and maybe even meet a local artist like Adam Bateman.  Sounds pretty good to me and I only gave two scenarios.  Salt Lake is becoming a hot spot for fashion, art, food, music and night life.  So whatever you know of Salt Lake City, I’m happy to say, there’s more…  {A}