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Salt Lake City Italian Restaurant Menus

Salt Lake City Italian Restaurants Italian can mean very different dishes depending on the region on which the chef chooses to prepare his/her meals. Traditional Italian has a greater likelihood of focusing on seafood rather than meats or pastas. Tuscany is well known for some of the world’s greatest olives and olive oils. It is also well known for its meats. Marche is know for seafood, cheese, truffles, mushrooms and much more. I could go from region to region, town to town, but we know you’re here to see the menus!

Many of our Salt Lake City Italian Restaurant menus have brief descriptions of each dish. If not, feel free to contact the restaurant and inquire as to how the dish is prepared or perhaps the style in which the chef prepares his/her dishes.

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NEIGHBORHOOD
CROSS STREETS
Midvalley,
S 300 E and E 3300 S
Downtown Salt Lake City,
W.S Temple and W 100 S
Salt Lake City Area,
Rose Park Blvd and East 500 South
Downtown Salt Lake City,
S 300 W and W Pierpont Ave.
Salt Lake City Area,
Holladay Blvd and E. 6200 S
Downtown Salt Lake City,
S 7th E and E 400 S
Midvalley,
E 3000 S and S 2300 E
Downtown Salt Lake City,
E 3000S and Highland Dr.
Salt Lake City Area,
Roberta St and E 800 S
Salt Lake City Area,
Blackstone Dr. and S Highland Dr.
Downtown Salt Lake City,
E 500 S and Trolley Sq
Downtown Salt Lake City,
E. 3rd St. and 300 S 1300E.
Salt Lake City Area,
E 3900 and Wasatch Blvd
Downtown Salt Lake City,
McClelland St. and E 2100 S
Downtown Salt Lake City,
John Stockton Dr. and S 200 W
Salt Lake City Area,
Moffat Ct and E 400 S
Salt Lake City Area,
Highland Dr. and Fort Union Blvd.
Salt Lake City Area,
E 2700 S and S State Street