Squatters Salt Lake City airport menu

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Squatters is our pick for the best place to eat at SLC airport. Located midway down Concourse C the brew pub offers ample space to rest and relax, grab a bite and a brew. The pub is open seven days a week all year around and the main kitchen starts daily at 7 a.m. The whole menu, including breakfast is served until 10 p.m. daily until a late night eats menu kicks in till midnight and closure. The full bar opens from 8.30 a.m. every day of the week and serves up many of Squatters’ award winning craft brews.

The following Squatters Salt Lake City airport menu is dated December 2017:

Squatters SLC airport menu - appetizers, soups, salads, pizza
Squatters SLC airport menu – appetizers, soups, salads, pizza
Squatters SLC airport menu - pub favorites, burgers, sandwiches
Squatters SLC airport menu – pub favorites, burgers, sandwiches
Squatters SLC airport menu - breakfast any time, desserts
Squatters SLC airport menu – breakfast any time, desserts
Squatters SLC airport menu - craft brews
Squatters SLC airport menu – craft brews
Squatters SLC airport menu - wine, cocktails, spirits
Squatters SLC airport menu – wine, cocktails, spirits

The above Squatters Salt Lake City airport menu was converted from the businesses downloadable PDF dated December 2017:

Where is Squatters located in the SLC airport?

You can find Squatters in Terminal 2 of the airport, on Concourse C. The pub is about half way down the concourse. Their phone number is (801) 575-2002.

Staying in SLC?

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Things to do in Salt Lake City – A quick guide of how to spend a day in Salt Lake City, ordered by your interests. And of course, we provide where to get breakfast, lunch and dinner each day.

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