Shopping in Salt Lake City
In a national historic site made up of several vintage red brick trolley bams,
shoppers enjoy a cozy indoor enclave of shops, galleries, and restaurants.
From Restoration hardware and Pottery Barns to Banana Republic and Harold’s, Trolley
Square’s 80 businesses emphasize top- drawer brands. Wold Earth Images nature
photography gallery makes a great stop for anyone in search of images of scenic Utah. Also in Trolley Square, Utah’s own Desert sunset view. Hungry shoppers refuel at the Brazilian steakhouse,
Rodizio Grill, where roving servers carve individual servings from huge cuts of
premium roasted meats.
Ninth and Ninth
A neightborhood of eclectic, independent shops centered around
a mid-city intersection, this hip little shopping area caters
to individualists everywhere. Westerm River Flyfisher,
just a block from the main intersection, is one of the
West’s renowned fly- fishing purveyors for equipment, guiding, and destination travel.
Tiny Floribunda dazzles with bangles, frilly bobbles, and exquisite papers.
Contender Bikes is a snazzy racing and mountain bike shop,
and Chameleon Art Wear stocks clothing and jewelry from around the world.
The lattes at the Coffee Garden are local favorites, and within a block or
two, shoppers will plenty of casual dining options, from Guru’s quick-service
gourmet fusion to Wasabi Sushi and Barbacoa Burritos.
Fifteenth and Fifteenth
This one- block row of independent shops holds a special place in locals’ hearts.For years, Fresco Italian
Cafe has cozied up to one of the city’s
finest bookshops, the King’s English. Next door, Mazza serves one of the Rocky Mountain’s best falafels. The Paris market and bistro across the street exudes all the charm of it’s
Namesake, especially with it’s warm-weather sidewalk cafe’.
Great Garb stocks high fashions, and the Blue Cockatoo is a gift shop extraordinaire.
The Framery rounds out the area with fine art prints, and of course, frames.
Around the site of a long-gone sugar
beet processing factory, one of Salt Lake’s most quirky
and fun shopping areas has grown over the years.
For several blocks, shoppers can wander in and out
of chic little home fumishing stores such as
Hip & Humble, The Feng Shui Shop, and Bountiful Home,
or vintage 1950s and 1060s shops such as the Green Ant.
Most shoppers won’t want to miss the famous Sundance Catalog outlet s
tore, or Ten Thousand Villages.
The Sugarhouse Commons shopping area (complete with it’s own creek)
is home to Old Navy, Barnes & Noble, Bed Bath & Beyond, and other national chains.
Near the lush greens hills and gardens of Sugarhouse Park, L’Avenue offers authentic French
bistro dining with a patio view of the Mountains.