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Downtown Salt Lake City NYE Celebration to Stream Live from The Gateway

THE GATEWAY, DOWNTOWN ALLIANCE AND THE BLOCKS’ ANNUAL LAST HURRAH! NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION TAKES ON A NEW, COVID-FRIENDLY FORMAT WITH VIRTUAL STREAMING & LIMITED IN-PERSON VIEWING.

The 4th annual Last Hurrah! New Year’s Eve celebration at The Gateway will be held on December 31, but with a modified, virtual format that allows revelers to ring in 2021 and view the local fireworks show in a safe, COVID-friendly manner. The countdown to Midnight and fireworks display, a partnership between The Gateway and THE BLOCKS, will stream live via LasthurrahSLC.com, AttheGateway.com and the YouTube Chanel – The Gateway. A 45 minute pre-show to the countdown and fireworks will begin at 11:15 p.m. and will feature live music from Social Antidote to kick off the virtual party. An array of prizes will be given out every 20 minutes to viewers. While the event is primarily virtual, there will be a limited number of pre-registered, socially distanced spots for in-person firework viewing at The Gateway.

Photo Credit: The Gateway

102 spots that accommodate up to six members of the same household can be reserved for a $6 donation to the Utah Food Bank. Viewing spots have a minimum of eight feet of space between them, and you can choose a desired viewing section on the map. VIP sections are also available for a $15 donation. Spots can be reserved at atthegateway.com or on the Facebook event page.

Those with confirmed spots can arrive beginning at 11 p.m. and must be in their spots by 11:40 p.m. Any remaining spots will be made available on a first-come, first-served basis. As a show of appreciation to healthcare workers who have risen to the challenges of caring for COVID patients, 10 of the 102 reserved spots have been offered to University of Utah ICU staff and their families. Masks are required to be worn at all times, and there will be hand sanitizer stations at every entry point. This event is outdoors, and social distancing between viewing spots will be monitored.

“We know so many people have felt disconnected from their community this year, so we wanted to come up with up a fun, safe way to have one last hurrah for 2020 as a community. Our NYE Celebration has been reimagined as a way to party together, even if it’s from home.” says Jacklyn Briggs, The Gateway’s Marketing Director. “We encourage everyone to safely tune in and countdown with their pandemic pod.”

Along with the NYE countdown, beginning Thursday, December 17, the community is invited to contribute their hopes and dreams for 2021 in The Gateway’s Wildest Dream Machines. Designed by local artist Emma Shipley, the large boxes will be placed in the Plaza and at Restaurant Row and ready to be filled with all your hopes and dreams for 2021. Some of the Wildest Dreams submissions will be read during the Last Hurrah! festivities and Gateway gift cards awarded to those who contribute. Dream Machines will be up through January.

Lucas Goodrich, program director for THE BLOCKS says, “THE BLOCKS is proud to partner with The Gateway to present a new take on Last Hurrah!. Although the festivities will look different this year, we are excited to continue this beloved yearly event, especially at a time when our community is searching for opportunities to come together and celebrate. While we have moved primarily online this year, you can still expect amazing performances from Salt Lake City’s talented musicians. Tune in on NYE and ring in 2021 with us.”

Several businesses at The Gateway will stay open until midnight to provide food and drinks. These include HallPass-food hall, Dave & Buster’s and The Store Fine Foods.

New BioHive Hub Announced During This Week’s Utah Life Sciences Summit

The Gateway, a downtown, mixed use development, is home to some of these innovators and poised to attract more with 300,000 square feet of modern, flexible office and lab space

At a time when Utah leads the nation in Life Sciences industry growth, Salt Lake City introduces the “BioHive,” the city’s rapidly emerging healthcare corridor designed to nurture this cutting-edge industry. Announced yesterday as part of the annual Utah Life Sciences Summit held virtually this week and focusing on timely topics like COVID-19 vaccinations and global pandemic business impacts, the BioHive is made up of researchers, developers, manufacturers, laboratory facilities, healthcare delivery systems, digital health, health IT, and supply-chain businesses that support these industries.

Utah’s Life Sciences Industry Facts & Figures

  • 1,100-plus life sciences companies provide nearly 40,000 jobs
  • Utah leads the nation for job growth in the life sciences industry
  • Investment in Utah’s life sciences industry is more than $5 Billion annually accounting to 8% of the total GDP for the state
The Gateway
Courtesy of The Gateway

The Gateway, a mixed-use lifestyle development in the heart of downtown, sits at the epicenter of this initiative and is already home to companies like Recursion, Artemis Health and Kiln, a state-of-the-art coworking space. The Gateway campus boasts 300,000 square feet of innovative, customizable space with unique zoning that can accommodate both offices and laboratories, perfectly suited to the growing needs of the BioHive community.

“As with the multitude of tech companies in Utah’s Silicon Slopes corridor, Life Sciences companies are drawn to Salt Lake City for its business-friendliness, work-life balance with year-round outdoor recreation, highly skilled and educated labor pool, relative low cost of living, and easy access for out-of-state travel,” says Jenny Cushing, VP of Leasing for Vestar, owner and developer of The Gateway. “The Gateway has positioned itself to be an attractive choice for such businesses with a unique array of shopping, dining, and entertainment, which make this a dynamic and enjoyable urban campus to work and innovate.”

Conveniently located less than 10 minutes from the brand new Salt Lake City International Airport, The Gateway offers companies a walkable work community enhanced by a robust event calendar and outdoor art installations to foster collaborative thought sharing. A wide array of retail and restaurant offerings create a unique work environment that helps companies attract top talent. 5,500 modern residential units are located within three blocks, and a 225-room luxury boutique hotel and historic renovation, Asher Adams, is scheduled to open in 2023. More details in video.

Recursion, a founding member of BioHive and leader in digital biology, has been headquartered at The Gateway since 2018. CEO and founding BioHive member Christopher Gibson says, “The Gateway has been an exciting location for Recursion and our groundbreaking work. The energy here is incomparable and integral to our efforts in recruiting talent and enhance the work environment for our team. We are confident that The Gateway will be attractive to more innovators in the growing Life Sciences industry.”

After unveiling the BioHive brand Tuesday afternoon, Jared Bauer CEO of IONIQ Sciences and founding member of the Biohive says, “I am so excited to see The Gateway becoming an active participant in the BioHive. The work they are doing to create a hub for Life Sciences combined with restaurants and entertainment is truly unprecedented in this sector.  This effort not only creates an incredible place for these companies to be headquartered but also sets Utah apart from the other Life Sciences hubs around the country.”

About The Gateway:  

The Gateway is a 1.4 million square foot lifestyle destination in the heart of Downtown Salt Lake City. Owned and managed by Vestar, the property recently underwent a $100 million redevelopment—infusing retail and dining, entertainment, modern office space, arts and culture, a boutique hotel, and a full calendar of community-driven events.   

About BioHive:

BioHive is a thriving collective of more than 1,100 companies representing the life science and healthcare innovation ecosystem of Utah’s economy. We embrace diversity and promote collaboration. BioHive includes researchers, developers, and manufacturers of therapeutics, devices, and diagnostics, as well as laboratory facilities, healthcare delivery systems, digital health, health IT, and supply-chain businesses that support these industries. We’ve been the fastest-growing life science community in America since 2012, employing 43,000 people directly and 88,000 indirectly, for a total of more than 130,000. Empowered by this rich talent pool, BioHive is leading the way with crucial innovations that boost our state’s economy and help patients around the globe.

About Vestar:  

As one of the leading privately held real estate companies in the United States, Vestar acquires, develops and manages shopping and entertainment destinations that serve as community focal points. Since its inception in 1989, Vestar has earned a reputation for integrity and responsibility in the fields of retail property development, operations, leasing and marketing. Vestar’s current portfolio of retail properties totals 30 million square feet throughout the western states. For more information, please visit vestar.com.  

Yoga & Beer Classes are Brewing at The Gateway

 The Gateway invites yogis of all levels and craft beer enthusiasts to recharge with Yoga & Beer on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. this fall and winter. Presented by The Gateway, Salt Lake Power Yoga, and Squatters | Wasatch, the free, weekly event integrates power flow yoga with optional beer drinking poses. The yoga practice, led by experienced instructors from Salt Lake Power Yoga, is complimentary and beer is $5 each. Classes are held at 12 S. Rio Grande.

Social distancing, sanitization, and ventilation protocols will be in place. Multiple doors will be kept open, and HEPA filters will be in use. Participants are required to bring and use their own mats and wear masks upon arrival and any time not on their mat. Hand sanitizer stations will be available. An electromagnetic sprayer that keeps surfaces sanitized for up to 28 days will be used prior to each class.

“Beer and Yoga is one of our most popular events at The Gateway,” says Jacklyn Briggs, Director of Marketing for The Gateway. “We are committed to continuing the tradition by implementing abundant safety measures and limiting our numbers. Now, more than ever, it’s important to provide the opportunity to unwind, disconnect, and destress, and Hump Day is a perfect time to do so.”

Yoga & Beer photo courtesy of The Gateway

This is a free event but preregistration is required for each date as space is limited. Tickets will be made available every Monday on Eventbrite.  

Chef Marc Marrone Becomes New Chef-Partner at HallPass at The Gateway

SkinnyFATS is teaming up with one of the most talented and sought-after chefs in the country to introduce a variety of all-new concepts at HallPass, Utah’s first food hall located at The Gateway in Salt Lake City. Following a successful year operating Graffiti Bao and other concepts at T-Mobile Arena and the new Raiders’ stadium in Las Vegas, Marc Marrone and Todd Lunger of Graffiti Hospitality will join forces with SkinnyFATS, with Marc becoming the new chef-partner at HallPass. Together, they will launch Graffiti Bao’s first location outside Nevada as part of the food hall’s new restaurant portfolio debuting mid-October.

Chef Marc Mazzone joins HallPass
Acclaimed Chef Marc Marrone

“We are thrilled to have a nationally renowned, innovative chef like Marc Marrone expand the HallPass dining offerings while further solidifying The Gateway as a foodie destination,” said Jacklyn Briggs, The Gateway’s marketing director. “HallPass has been such a well-received dining venue, and we look forward to Marc launching his visionary concepts this month.”

Graffiti Bao is a fast-casual Chinese restaurant featuring bold, Asian-inspired recipes. Signature items will include chili garlic noodles with hand-pulled spinach noodles, crispy chili garlic sauce, Chinese broccoli and choy sum; an assortment of bao buns, including the Royale—Marc’s twist on a classic cheeseburger featuring angus beef, cheese, pickles, onions and special sauce; appetizers such as hand-folded dumplings and spring rolls; soups including pho and ramen; and much more.

Marc will also helm Hibachican, a dual hibachi concept featuring a playful balance of Japanese teppanyaki, tartare and small plates alongside Mexican tacos, aguachiles and house-made chips, guacamole and assorted salsas. The best flavors of East and West will collide as some of the dishes draw inspiration from both cultures, with al pastor yakitori, garlic soy teppanyaki tacos and more rounding out the new menu.

Next door, guests will be able to satisfy their sweet tooth with an epic selection of swoon-worthy, hand-crafted treats from Waffadopolis, the ultimate dessert shop in Salt Lake City. Bringing wonder and delight to guests with a uniquely customizable experience, the confectionery will feature house-made waffle cones with flavors such as black sesame and classic; individual sweets, including Instagrammable unicorn cakes; a build-your-own-ice cream bar; over-the-top shareables and more.

“SkinnyFATS was built on constant evolution of the menu, and HallPass essentially functions as a massive R&D facility for that. Having Marc at the helm will bring HallPass to its full potential in both creation and execution,” said founder Reed Allen Slobusky. “The Gateway has been an ideal venue and super supportive of the new approach to dining we are offering Salt Lake City.”

“I’m excited to partner with Reed at HallPass and bring Graffiti Bao to Salt Lake City,” said Marc Marrone, chef-partner at HallPass. “HallPass has already established itself as a staple in Salt Lake City, and what we have rolling out will further solidify that. Having seven different kitchens to play around with isn’t so bad either.”

Graffiti Bao, Hibachican and Waffadopolis will join five other eateries and bars at HallPass, including SkinnyFATS and Beer Zombies Draft Room & Beer Garden, created by founder Chris Jacobs, who has echoed Reed’s excitement in working alongside Marc at Beer Zombies in Salt Lake City.

HallPass is open Sunday through Thursday from 5pm to 11pm and Friday and Saturday from 5pm to midnight. For more information, visit www.HallPassSLC.com.

ABOUT THE GATEWAY

The Gateway is a 1.4 million square foot lifestyle destination in the heart of Downtown Salt Lake City. Owned and managed by Vestar, the property recently underwent a $100 million redevelopment—infusing retail and dining, entertainment, modern office space, arts and culture, a boutique hotel, and a full calendar of community-driven events. www.atthegateway.com. 

ABOUT SKINNYFATS

Established in 2013 by Reed Allen Slobusky, SkinnyFATS is a popular American restaurant from Las Vegas that is well-known for its one-of-a-kind, two-sided menu featuring ‘Happy’ indulgences and ‘Healthy’ alternatives. A melting pot of cultural favorites with thoughtful ingredients and savory flavors, the menu caters to a variety of dietary needs and preferences while providing tasty meals and snacks. Since opening in 2013, the brand has developed a cult-like following, attracting foodies from around the world to its six locations in Las Vegas and Dallas, as well as its popular new food hall in Salt Lake City called HallPass. For more information, please visit www.SkinnyFATS.com.

ABOUT HALLPASS

Brought to foodies by the same owner as SkinnyFATS, HallPass is a first-of-its-kind food hall concept located at the Gateway in Salt Lake City. Featuring more than 15,000 square feet of stylish indoor/outdoor communal dining and chef-driven fare, HallPass allows guests to discover bold new cuisines in an environment filled with an eclectic mix of art, music, food, drinks and fun, including all-new restaurants helmed by chef-partner Marc Marrone. Innovative culinary concept SkinnyFATS anchors the food hall, bringing the beloved Las Vegas staple east of the Nevada border to satisfy more guests than ever before. For more information, please visit www.HallPassSLC.com.

ABOUT MARC MARRONE

Cooking since the age of 15, Chef Marc Marrone was first inspired by the treasured recipes handed down in his New York Italian family. After receiving his culinary degree from the French Culinary Institute, Marrone rose through the ranks of the original TAO kitchen, starting as a sous chef and working his way up to the top as West Coast Corporate Executive Chef of TAO Group, leading the TAO Group restaurants, including TAO Las Vegas, Beauty & Essex, LAVO and Marquee Dayclub in Las Vegas; TAO Los Angeles, The Highlight Room and Luchini Pizzeria & Bar in Los Angeles; and LAVO atop the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. With a heritage of Italian cooking and classical French training, Marrone is equally passionate about Asian techniques. Since leaving his position with TAO Group in February 2019, he has premiered Graffiti Bao, Piña Mexican and Gemma Gemma Square Pies, with the announcement of a forthcoming concept called Italian Graffiti, coming to The Bend in 2022, rounding out his recent accolades. Together with partner Todd Lunger, Marrone has formed a consulting group called Graffiti Group Hospitality LLC. Marrone is also a chef consultant for Locale Italian Kitchen in Las Vegas and remains a vital chef and visionary within the restaurant community.

Utah Tip Challenge

NEW GRASSROOTS INITIATIVE DONATES SURPRISE WEEKLY TIPS TO UTAH RESTAURANT SERVICE STAFF

A new grassroots effort, Utah Tip Challenge, has formed to collect funds through Venmo to donate to service staff at a different restaurant each week. In its inaugural week, $1000 was raised by mostly modest contributions to a dedicated Venmo account. As an unexpected surprise for staff, organizers donated funds at Boneyard Saloon & Wine Dive in Park City upon finishing their lunch on August 15th. UTC’s mission is to help hospitality workers through financial challenges that have resulted from the pandemic.

Boneyard Saloon staff receives a surprise $1,000 tip.

Local transportation company owner Sam Rubin was inspired by a similar initiative in Nashville started in May by Lexy Kadey. In a recent week, she raised in excess of $45,000 and donated to nearly 40 individuals. She now has 860,000 followers on TikTok where she posts emotional videos of donations being given.

“Knowing that the hospitality industry is a disproportionately impacted one, I wanted to launch a fundraising effort for this community,” says Rubin. “Instead of giving to a single individual; however, the management of each establishment we visit can use their discretion on how to disperse the funds to their staff. Small donations are welcome, and I’d love to see the contributions grow each week. It’s a feel good effort that makes a difference, and it’s truly rewarding to see the emotional reaction from staff.”

Boneyard Saloon & Wine Dive was chosen for the first week’s donation because owner Jesse Shetler has long been known for giving back to the Park City community with free Thanksgiving dinners and season-ending parties for locals. He also has been donating proceeds of DBR Restaurants (No Name Saloon, Butcher’s Chop House & BR, and Boneyard Saloon & Wine Dive) gift card sales to his staff during the pandemic.

Shetler gratefully says, “I am very excited for the Boneyard staff and appreciate the recognition of all the hard-working folks in this struggling environment. These are unprecedented and excessively challenging times. Along with other small business models, the hospitality industry can only survive this with the support of our community. This is exactly what it looks like when community comes together.”

Anyone wishing to suggest a restaurant or bar whose staff is in need, can email utahtipchallenge@gmail.com or reach out through Facebook or Instagram. The donation period each week runs from Friday at 5 p.m. to Friday 5 p.m. Restaurants in both Salt Lake City and the Park City area will be considered by organizers, and they will not be notified in advance.

Individuals and businesses are invited to contribute any amount as often as they wish via Venmo at @utahtipchallenge.

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Facebook Page: Utah Tip Challenge

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THE GATEWAY MODIFIES SUMMER EVENTS THAT MAXIMIZE ITS SPACE AND ABILITY TO SOCIALLY DISTANCE

Four ongoing events support local vendors while providing opportunities for the community to safely gather

The Gateway, Utah’s premier destination for dining, entertainment, and shopping, has successfully re-launched its event programming in keeping with social distancing guidelines and safety protocols. A variety of recurring events will be held throughout the summer to cater to every whim and interest. These include Free Movies on the Plaza, Yoga on the Plaza, Urban Flea Market and the Art &Craft Market presented by the Utah Arts Alliance. “While our programming may look a little different, The Gateway remains committed to fulfilling our mission to be a vibrant venue for community gatherings and events,” says Jacklyn Briggs, The Gateway’s marketing director. “We and our partners are closely following CDC and local guidelines to ensure the safety of our vendors, tenants, and patrons. We’re very pleased by the enthusiastic response these modified events have received from the community and the sense of normalcy they provide to those who attend.”

Below are the regularly programmed events through the summer. Additional events can be found at http://shopthegateway.com/calendars/

ART & CRAFT MARKET PRESENTED BY UTAH ARTS ALLIANCE
Saturdays, 10 am – 2 pm until October in front of Hall Pass and Urban Arts Gallery

Art & Craft Market at The Gateway
Photo Credit: The Gateway

The craft portion of the Salt Lake Farmers Market at Pioneer Park has relocated to The Gateway to provide vendors and shoppers with more space to physically distance. The outdoor street market features Utah vendors offering their unique handmade products. Masks are required.

MOVIES ON THE PLAZA
Wednesdays, 9 pm at Olympic Plaza

Olympic Plaza sets the stage for free, feel-good movies every Wednesday night until the end of August. Family-friendly films include Crazy Rich Asians, Lion King (2019), and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Filmgoers are welcome to bring blankets and camping chairs and are encouraged to order take out from any number of restaurants at The Gateway to enjoy during the screening. Advance registration is required for groups up to six people. Each reservation will be assigned a specific spot on the Plaza. See the full line up.Masks are required for check in and may be removed upon arrival to reserved spot.

URBAN FLEA MARKET
2nd Sunday of the month, Aug. 9, Sept. 13, Oct. 11, 10 am – 4 pm
Entree fee – $2

Discover treasures from eclectic, local vendors. Booths are spread out to encourage social distancing, and aisles are marked for one-way traffic. Masks are required for vendors and visitors, and hand sanitizer stations are available.

YOGA ON THE PLAZA
Sundays, 10 am – 11 am

All levels of yogis are invited to stretch out the weekend and get in the flow with Salt Lake Power Yoga. The free Sunday series is held outside The Grand Hall on the upper level of The Gateway. No experience is necessary, but participants must bring their own mats due to coronavirus health measures. Capacity is limited to 50; sessions have been filling up, so pre-registration is required. Once 50 guests have been reached, there is a waitlist option. Masks must be worn upon arrival and may be removed once at designated practice location. Hand sanitizer stations are also available.

About The Gateway: 
The Gateway is a 1.4 million square foot lifestyle destination in the heart of Downtown Salt Lake City. Owned and managed by Vestar, the property recently underwent a $100 million redevelopment—infusing retail and dining, entertainment, modern office space, arts and culture, a boutique hotel, and a full calendar of community-driven events.  

About Vestar: 
As one of the leading privately held real estate companies in the United States, Vestar acquires, develops and manages shopping and entertainment destinations that serve as community focal points. Since its inception in 1989, Vestar has earned a reputation for integrity and responsibility in the fields of retail property development, operations, leasing and marketing. Vestar’s current portfolio of retail properties totals 30 million square feet throughout the western states. For more information, please visit vestar.com

Table X to Offer First Easter Brunch

Easter Brunch at Table X
Housemade burrata

One of Salt Lake City’s most renowned and progressive restaurants, Table X, will offer its first Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 21, 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The a la carte menu emphasizes Table X’s commitment to offering high-quality, local products complemented by traditional brunch favorites. The three chefs look forward to preparing housemade ham, bacon, and sausage. Christiansens Berkshire Pork and Clifford Family Farm eggs will be featured, in addition to tasty mimosas and Bloody Marys.

Guests will enjoy a selection of complimentary delectable pastries that Table X is becoming known for baking in house. These include scones, muffins, croissants, and chocolate croissants. Menu items range from $11-$20.

The following entree items are included on the brunch menu. There will also be a selection of lighter offerings and sides.

– Table X Breakfast: two eggs any style, choice of meat & pastry

– Sourdough French Toast: pure maple syrup, breakfast potatoes & choice of meat

– House Made Pork Sausage & Grits: poached egg & breakfast potatoes

– French Omelette: house ham, gruyere cheese, chive & breakfast potatoes

– Vegetable Hash: roasted mushrooms, spring peas & potatoes

– Frittata: potato crust, caramelized peppers & onions w/ side salad

– Steak & Eggs: bavette steak, two eggs any style, breakfast potatoes & green

peppercorn jus

– Leg of Lamb Sandwich: red curry aioli, onion relish, watercress & toasted

sourdough

For reservations and more info, visit www.tablexrestaurant.com or call 385.528.3712.

ABOUT TABLE X

Located in the up-and-coming Millcreek area of Salt Lake City, Table X opened in 2016 and was named Salt Lake’s Best Restaurant by Salt Lake Magazine in 2016 and 2017 and earned a Salt Award from the Salt Lake Tribune in 2017. A collaboration between three chefs – David Barboza, Mike Blocher, and Nick Fahs – Table X’s mission is to delight guests with honest cuisine focused on sustainability, integrity, respect, and innovation. They have developed a culinary and service style that raises the bar for Salt Lake City dining. Table X offers an in-season dining experience with ingredients harvested from the on-site garden. The restaurant occupies a historic brick building that has been exquisitely renovated to blend its original features with modern design. It’s only fitting that the building once housed produce from local farms and also served as a cheese factory. www.tablexrestaurant.com

Redhead Turns Nine

Happy 9th anniversary to Redhead Marketing & PR! What began as a 30-something, ginger-haired woman scraping by with small freelance projects in the midst of the recession has “ballooned” into a full-fledged, rapidly growing business. Based in Park City, Utah and working with national and local companies, Redhead founder Hilary Reiter is now supported by a small, highly talented team that provides top-notch brand development, public relations, web development, copywriting, social media, design, and other marketing services. We attribute our 95% growth in 2018 over the previous year to these dedicated individuals, and our fabulous partner, Target Local Marketing. And, of course, our success would not be possible without the diverse roster of loyal clients who entrust us with their marketing needs. It’s a privilege to help them grow their businesses as we grow ours. We are also grateful to the many word-of-mouth referrals we regularly enjoy.

The canine interns celebrate 9 years with Redhead Marketing & PR
With us from the beginning, the canine interns – Rusty and Jackson – are celebrating nine years in business.

Our goal remains to offer the highest level of services with an even greater level of enthusiasm. Unlike many traditional agencies, work is not handed off to a revolving door of inexperienced, junior staff…because we have none! Our team consists of seasoned, creative professionals with meaningful experience. And we still offer competitive rates that make us more affordable than multi-layered agencies that typically can’t provide our level of efficiency, responsiveness, and flexibility. We take pride in being approachable and accessible and having a wonderful rapport with our clients, whom we consider partners. While celebrating this final year in our single digits, we’d like to take an opportunity to highlight our current clients, in no particular order:

SOJI Energy – Our newest client as of this week, SOJI is a lifestyle brand that produces beautiful crystal water bottles. Redesigned bottles to launch this spring

Etienne – A new, luxury development offering the last remaining homesites in Provo Canyon near Sundance Resort

Promontory – Park City, Utah’s most exclusive private community with an array of world-class amenities

Woodside Homes – One of the country’s top 30 production home builders, Woodside Homes builds communities throughout California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona.

Channel Signal – A Silicon Slopes tech company that offers a platform for brands to analyze and leverage their online consumer reviews

Finnbin – A baby box company that provides a safe sleep environment in the Finnish tradition for newborns

Reed Solutions – An umbrella company offering healthcare, life insurance, financial planning and investments to medium-sized businesses

Table X – One of Salt Lake City’s most progressive restaurants offering innovative, artfully prepared cuisine

Conestoga Ranch – A luxury glamping resort overlooking Bear Lake in Northern Utah

I Love Moo – Serving ice cream, smoothies, and Acai bowls in Park City’s Kimball Junction neighborhood

Java Cow Cafe & Bakery – Ice cream, coffee shop, bakery, and light bites on Park City’s Historic Main Street

Enjoy Park City/Summit Sotheby’s International Realty – Specializing in luxury real estate in Park City and Deer Valley

Salt Lake Food & Wine Festival – Entering its third year as the premier food and wine event in SLC

Boulder Ventures Development – Real estate developer in Salt Lake City

Hosman & Adams – Boutique law firm launching in Sandy, Utah, focusing on criminal defense and personal injury

Kamas Storage – Indoor outdoor storage units, including RV storage, serving Summit County, Utah


Table X Presents Special Menus for Sundance, Tech Summit, Valentine’s Day

TABLE X TO OFFER CONVENIENT $45 PRIX FIXE MENU DURING SUNDANCE, TECH SUMMIT

A Delectable Valentine’s Day Tasting Menu Will be Served on February 14

The Salt Lake City area will be buzzing with the high-profile Sundance Film Festival and Silicon Slopes Tech Summit events this month. The award-winning Table X looks forward to accommodating their participants who tend to have high culinary standards with an attractively priced, three-course prix fixe menu featuring cutting-edge, artfully prepared options. Offering ample, free parking, the restaurant is close enough to the happenings while allowing guests to seek refuge from the crowds in a modern, relaxed setting. Table X will also offer a tasting menu for couples celebrating Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14.

“We know people have hectic schedules during these jam-packed events. While they may not have time for a very leisurely meal, they may still crave high-quality cuisine and the opportunity to entertain clients in a hip environment. Our special prix fixe menu will allow our guests to sample the best of Table X at an affordable price,” says Nick Fahs, one of the three chef-owners of Table X.

The $45, three-course Sundance-Tech Summit menu features the following selections:

House made burrata appetizer
Housemade burrata appetizer

APPETIZERS

  • House Made Burrata with roasted acorn squash, basil oil, coquillo olives & house focaccia
  • Clifford Farm Soft Cooked Egg with farro porridge, butter roasted mushrooms, puffed grains & cress

ENTREES

  • Butternut Squash with sweet onion chutney, 6yr balsamico & radicchio
  • Pacific Striped Bass with confit salsify, mussels, smoked bass chowder & bay leaf oil
  • Jones Creek Beef Bavette Steak with tallow poached potatoes, green peppercorn mignonette, watercress & red wine jus

DESSERT

  • Spiced Angel Food Cake with carrot cream & walnut crumble
  • Hazelnut Ice Cream with salted chocolate, cocoa crumb & hazelnut caramel corn

To celebrate Valentine’s Day, one of the biggest nights of the year for dining out, Table X will showcase its sophisticated, modern cuisine with an impressive seven-course tasting menu for $85/person (wine pairing – $35/person; non-alcoholic beverage pairing – $20/person). The restaurant is now accepting reservations (credit card required) at www.tablexrestaurant.com or call 385.528.3712.

“Our Valentine’s Day evening is designed for those seeking a more elevated, sophisticated way to celebrate their romance and relax while appreciating our seasonal and artistic approach to dining,” Fahs explains.

ABOUT TABLE X

Located in the up-and-coming Millcreek area of Salt Lake City, Table X opened in 2016 and was named Salt Lake’s Best Restaurant by Salt Lake Magazine in 2016 and 2017 and earned a Salt Award from the Salt Lake Tribune in 2017. A collaboration between three chefs – David Barboza, Mike Blocher, and Nick Fahs – Table X’s mission is to delight guests with honest cuisine focused on sustainability, integrity, respect, and innovation. They have developed a culinary and service style that raises the bar for Salt Lake City dining. Table X offers an in-season dining experience with ingredients harvested from the on-site garden. The restaurant occupies a historic brick building that has been exquisitely renovated to blend its original features with modern design. It’s only fitting that the building once housed produce from local farms and also served as a cheese factory. www.tablexrestaurant.com