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This has been a staple in the 9th & 9th area for a while. It was really one of the first restaurants around to be conscious of the farm to table ethos. Food has always been great. Dining room is intimate and cozy. Great wines...More
In Salt Lake City for a work trip and this restaurant easily accommodated our group of five. The food and service was delicious. I highly recommend the Utah Red Trout. Service was pleasant without being intrusive. Many options for vegetarians.
I reviewed this restaurant a while ago, but since then we have moved to SLC and Pago has become a go-to for events like Mother's Day and family dinners. The service is predictably friendly and attentive. Food is well prepared, fresh and inventive. I love...More
Good Food, pleasant setting, limited menu. We enjoyed our meal that was made up of small plates/appetizers. Take a pass on the potato puffs, get after the cheese plate and sunchokes, and the roast cabbage! It was interesting that Utah Magazine just listed this as...More
Definitely use open table to get a reservation ahead of time. They get quite busy. Friendly service. Good selection of local craft beer high point and cocktails were good. Wine selection is good yet a bit expensive. Cider’s were good. Have a lovely PNW cider...More
Yes, WoW, we really enjoyed our meal. It was exceptional on Tuesday 17 April. My business colleague called as his flight cancelled. He quickly checked into an airport hotel near SLC and i looked for a nice meal for us - my last night also...More
Two weeks after visiting Pago, I am still searching for my dinner. While I enjoyed all three dishes I tasted, each dish provided little more than a taste. Put more directly, it is never a good thing when you go out to dinner and spend...More
Pago is a small cozy restaurant tucked away in north east of downtown. The decor is warm and cozy with a bit of a hipster vibe. The menu is small with a couple of options for appetizers and entrees focusing on locally sourced ingredients.
I am such a fan of Pago that after my first time, I returned the next night! I was in SLC on business for four nights and looked hard to find something that was not generic. Pago is almost exactly what I want in a...More