The following information was recently updated on December 29, 2017
If you’re looking to celebrate the 2017 holiday season in style, check out the following. Plenty of restaurants are offering creative specials and set menus to toast the season!
New Years Eve 2017 menus
Raise a glass of champagne, dine in style and welcome 2018 in at some of Salt Lake’s best restaurants and venues. Here are some of the best and brightest hoping to host you for New Years Eve 2017 in Utah:
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The following are Christmas 2017 and New Years Eve 2017 menus from restaurants around SLC.
Christmas Eve 2017 menus
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This menu is available on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
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