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Since first opening its doors in March 1978, The New Yorker has been considered “the” place to dine in downtown Salt Lake City. Located in the renovated 1906 New York Hotel, The New Yorker has consistently been rated as Utah’s most popular dining establishment. Zagat has also rated The New Yorker as “tops” in American/traditional cuisine, service, decor, downtown dining, and ambiance.
With lunch and dinner menus that change with the seasons, diners enjoy fresh seafood, prime beef steaks, Utah lamb, crisp seasonal vegetables and luscious desserts. These exceptional menu selections–along with daily specials, unparalleled service, and a wine list that has been granted an award of excellence from Wine Spectator Magazine–attract many regulars, as well as business executives, sports figures, elected officials and celebrities.
The Dining Room serves lunch Monday-Friday and dinner Monday-Saturday. The Cafe at the New Yorker is a casual, comfortable meeting place for lighter dining.
60 West Market Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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