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What a charming place with wonderful food. They gyro, flatbread pizza, chicken wings, and sweet potato fries were all wonderful! The only negative thing I’d say is the sangria was not to exciting. But I would go back tomorrow for the food.
They have several tables outside on a little terrace, which is a very nice place to eat your food if the weather is nice. We got a Doner Basket and a Doner Salad, both with chicken. They were pretty similar in their ingredients, though the...basket had French fries. I liked the fried lavash chips and fried pita, both of which had very good flavor. The greens and the veggies were fresh. Overall, good lunch.More
We visited Spitz yesterday evening (3/9) for dinner. It is nearby the Hampton Inn in Salt Lake Cottonwood where we are staying. It’s in area of office / retail buildings and has plenty of parking spaces out front or on the sides. I called earlier...and Luke told me service is first come first served with no reservations needed for a party of two. The atmosphere in laid back with about 20 wooden low and high tables casual seating. At this hour (7pm)Spitz had about 10 diners so there were lots of tables to choose for COVID-19 spacing. Lighting is somewhat subdued, ventilation was good and noise level low for easy conversation. There are no white table cloths here. Luke reviewed the menu with us and made good suggestions. We chose to split the a Wrap, Greek Salad, and the Street Cart Fries. Donna also ordered the Monkey Bay Sauvingnon Blanc and I had an Dr. Kombucha Organic Wildberry Ginger Tea. Luke brought the drinks and water without delay. During our visit I noted take-out dinners regularly pulling into the lot to pickup their orders. We didn’t wait long for the food though. Luke brought all our food within ten minutes if that. All the food was good but we especially liked the Street Cart Fries that were covered with Feta, peppers, chick peas, onions, tomatoes with a good mixture of both sweet potato and regular fries. The fries were hot, crisp and not a bit soggy. Very good. We ate the all of it such that we could not finish the salad and wrap which were also good. Splitting a wrap would normally have been a meal for us but we were hungry for traveling. Service was very good too. We plan to return. The total was $37 including tip.More
We have dined at Spitz the last three times we visited Salt Lake. The food has consistently been delicious. I love that there are lactose-free and vegan options. The service is great and the portions are generous. Most recently (Aug 2020), we ordered takeout online....Overall, it was a safe and easy process. 100% recommend.More
The concept is good but they load everything up with too much sauce so it just tastes heavy, then they give you a couple extra sauces on the side. the Waffle sweet potato fries were pretty good (some cooked well some undercooked) and the quinoa...salad works well since you get to put your own sauce/dressing on.More
We were looking for something new and casual. A full bar with something other than pub food. We found it! Great Mediterranean food in a very friendly and casual atmosphere with a full bar and local beer on tap! Patrons were couples, families, friends, and...tourists. Sharing tables always lends to making new friends. Three different meals, all delicious!More
I was in town for business and stayed at a nearby hotel. I went to Spitz for dinner the night I arrived, and it was so delicious and the service was so friendly that I actually ate dinner there the following two nights as well....Side note: I lived in Germany for some years and fell in love with the döner stands and restaurants all over the place, so I was extra excited when I first saw the menu for this place. The staff members I interacted with were all friendly and helpful, and the menu is excellent. There is outdoor and indoor seating. Vegans, vegetarians, and meat-eaters alike can all get a satisfying meal here. I love the housemade sauces and the fries are killer. If I'm back in this area again, I'll definitely find my way back to Spitz!More