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Another restaurant planned at City Creek

Published March 22, 2012 11:22 am
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The two main restaurants at the new City Creek Center — The Cheesecake Factory and Texas de Brazil — haven't got me salivating.

But the downtown mall, which opened this morning, has one more large restaurant in the works, said developer Robert Taubmann, on Wednesday during a media tour of the mall.

He wouldn't name the restaurant, but did say it would be located south of the Nordstrom Plaza, putting it on 100 South and west of Main. It's an ideal location near the Salt Palace Convetion Center.

Still, I think I'd rather eat at one of these 13 restaurants that aren't part of the mall.

Ahh Sushi • 22 E. 100 South; 801-359-6770. Sushi, Japanese.

Bayleaf Bar and Grub •159 S. Main St.; 801-359-8490. American, Asian. Open 24 hours on weekends.

Braza Express • 147 S. Main St.; 801-359-8009. Brazilian grilled meats.

Caffe Molise • 55 W. 100 South; 801-364-8833. Italian.

The Garden Restaurant • 15 E. South Temple; 801-539-3170. American food on the 10th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building.

Gandolfo's • 158 S. Main St.; 801-322-3354. New York-style deli.

Lamb's Grill Café • 169 S. Main St.; 801-364-7166. American in historic downtown building. (See new review C-X)

Lion House Pantry • 63 E. South Temple; 801-539-3257. Cafeteria-style eatery in a historic pioneer home.

Michelangelo's on Main • 132 S. Main St.; 801-532-0500. Italian.

Naked Fish Japanese Bistro • 67 W. 100 South; 801-595-8888. Sushi, Japanese.

Nauvoo Café• 15 E. South Temple; 801-539-3257. Quick-service on the main floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building.

Martine • 22 E. 100 South; 801-363-9328. European, Mediterranean.

The Roof • 15 E. South Temple; 801-539-1911. Buffet on the 10th floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building.






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