Log Haven, long synonymous with wildflowers, waterfalls and fine canyon dining, is located in a historic log mansion in the Wasatch National Forest, ... More
Log Haven, long synonymous with wildflowers, waterfalls and fine canyon dining, is located in a historic log mansion in the Wasatch National Forest, minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. Consistently honored with the most national and local awards in the industry: Best Utah Restaurant, Best Salt Lake Restaurant, Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, and the coveted Hall of Fame Award. "This is the highest honor we can give a restaurant in Utah. It means that besides having great food, terrific ambiance and passionate people, something magical has happened to make this restaurant so consistently excellent on all fronts that it thrives as an inspiration to everyone in the business." -Salt Lake Magazine
The food was amazing. The furniture is rustic/elegant and reminds me of Deer Valley or Snowbasin ski lodges. The service was excellent - we are a young couple, not especially elegant or wealthy (we received a gift certificate for this place), yet we were treated just as though we fit the sterotype of everyone else who was enjoying the restaurant that night. The view of Millcreek Canyon from our table was gorgeous.
This is a quaint Italian restaurant, just across the street from the Salt Lake City and County Building and the
downtown Salt Lake City Public Library. After a day of browsing books, stop in for a great meal. It ...
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 ...
A favorite among business professionals, this bustling restaurant features the freshest seafood in Salt Lake City. Seafood is flown in
daily from around the world, and the restaurant also serves excellent steaks and prime rib. A wine list and ...