Without question the best bar I visited in SLC. Huge list (they even have a phone app for fuck’s sake!) that easily destroys anything else in town in all three areas: local beer, out-of-state beer, and out-of-country beer. Lots of drafts and tons of bottles. No doubt some of the bottles might be a bit old, but given how much more common it is for people to order bottles in Utah due to the stupid 4% draft law, it’s probably not nearly as bad as most states. This should be among your first visits in SLC.
Easy walk from downtown. This is a fairly large space, long bar and tables around. Loads of beer coolers behind the bar support a large bottle list. Thirty taps as well. They have a modern LCD display for all taps, which rotates through other interesting stats as well (although this can be annoying when trying to select a beer). Of course all taps are 4% ABV -- other than the cider, which seems immune to the silly beer rules. I ended up with a bottled DIPA. Friendly service. Prices were about Utah-normal for the taps and "regular" bottles. Kinda crazy for some of the larger format bottles. I am not sure if this is Utah taxes kicking in or what is going on there.
Nice beer bar centrally located in Salt Lake City. Large, spacious, nice atmosphere. Loads of bottles, hundreds, but because it’s Utah and church=state here, only 4% taps. Prices typical. One of the best places in town.
Cajun food in Salt Lake City? Who knew? Anyway, a really nice place for beers. Excellent lighting in all the right places here. A wide selection of beers and decent food. The gumbo was excellent and the jambalaya was on par. They have a small lot for parking and some parking on the street that is free later in the evening. I absolutely loved it here.
A cajun themed bar and restaurant in Salt Lake City? Sounds interesting... Okay, so the place itself is actually kind of a typical bar/restaurant and (thankfully) doesn’t have kitschy decor or anything like that. The menu is certainly Nawlins inspired, though. Met up here with Dallas and Bonnie to begin our crawl through some of the breweries and also just the city in general.
Great beer list with maybe 30 drafts and a ton of bottles. Given the ABV limits on draft beers, mostly local, Utah/SLC stuff. Being from out of town, it seemed good to me and I had pours of the Red Rock Jr. IPA and The Annex Sour IPA before trying a taste of the Dangereux from 2 Row that Dallas ordered.
Friendly bartender and really good prices on most of the beers, though some of the special, imported, and significantly higher ABV stuff was pretty pricey.
A good choice when in Salt lake. They have several draft about 20 and many bottles. I only had the appetizer but it was good. I wouldn’t go to salt lake for Cajun... but if you are from the west coast, why not.
Nice selection, mostly bottled beer, but a few taps. No flights per UT state law. Food is Louisiana inspired and big plates for very reasonable prices. Very nice beer list of a couple of hundred beers.
Located in a brick building with limited parking on the side. Foods going for a New Orleans theme but is fairly bland. I had the Etoufee and there was way too much rice. The reason to come here is the incredible beer list. You could go a year and not see a Cantillon on the list and they had 4 at prices that were pretty reasonable all things considering. They also had over 300 other bottle options many of which you can’t find in the local liquor stores. The had 30 taps of mainly Utah beer. Of course the states draft laws constraint hem. The service was pretty good considering how bus the place gets. If you come to the SLC you have to come here.