A night out in downtown Salt Lake City

The best neighborhood for dinner, drinks, art, and more

Sips and small plates: Eva is one of the growing number of sexy downtown spots where you can settle in with a glass of wine (from a carefully curated and reasonably priced list) and small plates you can take to the cute back patio. $; 317 S. Main St.; 801/359-8447. 

Window shop in style: The Tiffany & Co. of Salt Lake, O.C. Tanner deserves a visit just for the building. Moved last year to a Beaux-Arts gem that was once a planetarium, the jewelry showroom begs for an Audrey Hepburn–style pop-in. Closed Sun; 15 S. State St.; 801/532-3222.

The sweet spot for sushi: Naked Fish flies in its catch daily, from sustainable fish populations. Sit at the bar and try the omakase (chef’s choice) to go beyond the mushy, fried rolls that pass for sushi elsewhere in Utah. $$$; 67 West 100 South; 801/595-8888.

 

 

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