Restaurants

Salt Lake City’s Blue Plate Diner

November 3, 2012 by

Blue Plate Soda Fountain

Blue Plate Diner Soda Fountain

The Blue Plate Diner in Salt Lake City, Utah, features an authentic soda fountain, memorabilia, and carries customers to a by-gone era when they walk in the door. This diner has the distinction of being featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-in’s and Dives and receiving praise.

The shows Guy Fieri said, “…I’d tell people to come for the skiing and stay for the food. When it comes to the mix of funky, eclectic places that we do, you guys are kicking some butt.” Guy loved the corned beef hash and dubbed it, “Money Hash.”

Guy Fieri

Featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-in’s and Dives

Award Winning Food

Along with receiving recognition from the Food Networks Diners Drive-in’s and Dives, the Blue Plate Diner has also been voted Salt Lake’s Best Breakfast by City Weekly nine times since 2002. Not only is the food delicious, but portions are plentiful.

Breakfast can be ordered any time of day, and choices range from classics like eggs, homefries and your choice of breakfast meat, to vegetarian options like vegan sausage.

If you’re looking for that corned beef hash with eggs, it is found among the house specialties. Lunch and dinner menu options also have something for everyone including vegetarians. A kids menu is available for children 12 and under.

Corned Beef Hash

Corned beef hash is a favorite.

Eclectic Décor From a By-gone Era

While the Blue Plate Diner is known for outstanding food, the décor is part of the dining experience. It’s modeled after mom and pops diners of a by-gone era, and features an authentic soda fountain. This family-run diner invites local artists to hang their work on the walls amid the large collection of memorabilia.

Blue Plate Diner Sign

Something for Everyone

Whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan, or a meat-eater, this is a diner that features dishes to please any palate. With breakfast available all day, a kid’s menu, and abundant portions at moderate prices, this is one diner that’s worth a visit when you’re in Salt Lake City.

Photo credits: utahbrideblog.com, deseretnews.com, travbuddy.com



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