No, it's not the soup kitchen for homeless, it's a fabulous little mom and pop style restaurant. It's kind of hard to spot, you have to spot the one way street in front of a gated area by the railroad tracks just before a bridge, but it's a great find. Prices are very reasonable and the soup is AMAZING. They've also got some fantastic breadsticks. I tried a Chicken Salad Sandwich and Broccoli and Cheese lunch combo and I'm sold. My friend got the tomato soup, which is different than any kind of tomato soup I've tried, creamy but very, very good. Go there!
Airport Inn Hotel is located approximately two miles from Salt Lake City International Airport and three miles from Temple Square.
This location is also three miles from Gateway Shopping Center and four miles from the Salt Palace. The property's ...
Located in the center of historic Liberty Park, the Chase Home presents contemporary Utah folk art such as ranch craft,
Native American and ethnic craft, textiles and more. Its archives of books, recordings and photographs are available by appointment. ...
Coffee is in the name, but a delightful surprise for the palate is the Middle Eastern cuisine served here. Authentic
foods, such as falafel and hummus accompany lentil soup or fresh salads at an unbeatable price. Two falafel sandwiches ...