Hampton Inn Salt Lake City Central

2055 S. Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84104, United States
Hampton Inn Salt Lake City Central
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Thanksgiving Restaurant Recommendations Needed

by swdke

I'll be in Salt Lake over Thanksgiving. Can anyone recommend where we might go for a great traditional Thanksgiving dinner? Your help is appreciated. Thanks.

RE: Thanksgiving Restaurant Recommendations Needed

by Jeannette1

On the 10th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial building, there is a wonderful restaurant with a spectacular view, excellent service and food. I am sure they would have a nice Thanksgiving dinner. However, keep in mind that they do not serve alcohol because it is owned by the LDS Church.

Sorry I can't remember the name of the restaurant but if you google the Joseph SMith Memorial Building, I am sure it's listed. See my Utah page for a photo of the building.
J.

RE: Thanksgiving Restaurant Recommendations Needed

by Laughinglunatic

The restaurant above the Joseph Smith Memorial is good, but I wouldn't really consider it a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner. To be honest, Marie Callender's is known for their traditional Thanksgiving dinners. (My father was lazy one year, and Marie Callender's will prepare everything for you to bake at home... anyways, I really can't think of any of the mom and pop shops or regular restaurants that will really have a traditional dinner other than Marie's.

Re: Thanksgiving Restaurant Recommendations Needed

by DnSfun2day

hi guys... we are also in slc looking for food n fun... if you guys want to get together in our search...(all we seen open so far has been chuck o rama) the lines are huge.. but we are looking for tg dinner also then we going to ANOTHER movei... they are open to day... we googled and the grand hotel came up down town... 44.00 dinner... 55.00 lunch... let us know if u want to search together... dennis and sara

Travel Tips for Salt Lake City

Abravanel Hall

by grandmaR

Salt Lake City has the reputation of being kind of a bland, no smoking, no skateboarding, no alcohol drinking, white bread kind of place. That may be so - since I don't smoke, drink or skateboard, I've never tested those restrictions.

But other than the obvious presence of the Mormon church sites, there are three other positive things that I think of when I think of Salt Lake City.

1) The 2002 Winter Olympics (although there has been some discussion about the way they got the bid) and the excellent winter sports opportunities.

2) Art and Architecture - the city has many visually exciting buildings spaced out (not crowded together) against a backdrop of spectacular mountains so that each can be appreciated.

3) Music - from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on up. Most of my time in SLC was spent taking a course or in the Family History Library. So I didn't have a chance to see much of the city or attend any concerts. On my first day here, I did walk by Abravanel Hall which is home to the Utah Symphony and part of the Salt Lake County Center for the Arts and have a chance to admire the architecture.

Abravanel Hall opened September 1979 (it was named in May of 1993 for Maurice Abravanel, conductor of the Utah Symphony) and was expanded just before my visit in 1998. It is strictly a concert hall and has no proscenium. It was designed by Dr. Cyril M. Harris to have perfect accoustics.

At the time of the Olympics, the Olympic Tower, by Dale Chihuly was displayed in front of this building. It is constructed of steel and 1,119 pieces of red glass parts and measures 27' by 10' in diameter, and from the pictures looks to me like a giant red bottle brush with a concave middle.

If you want to see the Olympic Tower, it is on permanent loan to Salt Lake County Center for the Arts for exhibition in the lobby.

lots of trails

by zlatiq

there are lots of trails, conveniently close to the city. I find it annoying that is hard to get free online info about the trails.The links below describe some few trails, so i think they're helpful lots of, lots of water as utah is very very dry

sunscreen, as the sun is harsh

Tucked away in a corner of...

by Talshiarr

Tucked away in a corner of Liberty Park is the fantastic Tracy Aviary. It's fairly small and can be thoroughly explored in a couple leisurely hours. It houses hundreds of fascinating bird species from around the world and is a much more exotic destination choice than the standard Salt Lake City zoo. Be sure to see the incredibly cool African Ground Hornbill. He's just amazing, and is everyone's favorite. The picture only begins to capture his coolness ;-).

Good and convenient!

by Bavavia about Roberts Restaurant & Deli

i just had a salad and soup. Its a restaurant and deli so i was afraid it would just be a deli when i got there, but it was more like a restaurant. Didnt like the bright flourescent lighting though.. but not a big deal. I had vegetable soup which was good . Salad was ok, waitress brought wrong dressing but i ate it anyway, it was actually more tasty than the dressing i had ordered.

Price of food will depend on what you order. They had a good variety on the menu. Staff was nice too.

Rock climbing

by MWHC22

lots of rock climbing all over the state. there are too many choices to describe even a few of them. My best advice for a visiting rock climber is to visit the local rock gyms, REI or other outdoor store and ask locals for info. the internet has some info too if you search rock climbing data bases. guide books that one would buy at REI or other store are very helpful even to locals.

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Address: 2055 S. Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84104, United States