Restaurants in Utah
Springdale comes alive in the evenings when residents gather here for sweet-potato tamales and fresh tilapia. The restaurant, located at the entrance to Zion National Park, also hosts rotating art exhibits and live music from the likes of Willie Waldman Project, a local favorite.
The hidden restaurant is worth finding, even on the darkest nights when you’ll have to watch for wildlife crossing the road. The Western-saloon exterior is a somewhat incongruous prelude to the cooking of Hungarian chef Imi Kun, whose goat-cheese spaetzle is out of this world.
Tokyo-quality sushi in Utah.
Located at the entrance of the park, this eatery serves huge portions of food, like a massive Cowboy Ribeye. Try something local, like the Honey Pecan Utah Mountain Trout with lemon honey butter.