Christmas and NYE 2021 dining in Salt Lake City – Gastronomic SLC

I know that feeling. Thanksgiving dinner is still a very raw, fresh memory, isn’t it? The wild dancing of pots and pans, the tidying up afterwards, the days and days of increasingly determined leftover food. What sane person would want to repeat that so quickly? Check out the following list of options for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years Eve in SLC.

As always, bookmark this page and keep checking back. We’ll update the list of options as soon as we hear of new options. Please note that we only include restaurants that offer special menus and options – many other stores will be open and offer a normal menu – so call directly and inquire about your favorite restaurant.

Christmas Eve 2021 in Salt Lake City

Horst | Snow bird

Food in
Four-course dinner menu
$ 79 per person
5.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m.

Arlo | SLC

Accepting pre-orders for Christmas / Christmas Eve. Deadline for submissions, Monday, December 20th. Dinner is served for 4 to 6 people and includes ide – just add your own protein. Food is being cooled. Warm up instructions are included. Order and information here.

Flemings | SLC

Food in
Legendary Holiday Dinner menu
$ 150 per person

Francks | Cottonwood Heights

Food in
Three-course Prix fixe
$ 95 adults, $ 45 children 12 and under

Hearth and hill | Parkstadt

Pick-up from the roadside 12.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.
Take away dinner for eight
$ 350

La Caille | Sandy

Food in
Five-course Prix Fixe menu
$ 140 adults, $ 65 children 5-12

Tuscany | Cottonwood Heights

Food in
Three-course Prix-Fix menu
$ 90 adults, $ 60 children 12 and under
5.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m.

Veneto | SLC

Food in
Special 5-course Christmas Eve menu
$ 100 per person with optional wine accompaniment, menu options for children under 10 are available

Yuta | Searched

Dine in. Enjoy a “family style” format from Chef Galen Zamarra for USD 95 per person with an optional wine pairing. Children’s menu available. Only possible by reservation from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Live piano music in the living room, 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and storytelling with Santa Claus after dinner, 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Christmas Dinner 2021 in Salt Lake City

Cultivator steak | Parkstadt

Choose between salad and wild rice mushroom soup before continuing with basil pesto baked salmon, a side dish of your choice, and delicious seasoned apple bread pudding with high west bourbon sauce. $ 45.75 per person.

Little America | SLC

The coffee shop is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and serves breakfast. Lunch and dinner. A holiday menu will be available for $ 49 for adults and $ 20 for children under 12 years of age.

Lucky H Bar & Grille offers a breakfast buffet from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and a three-course meal from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at a price of USD 49 for adults and USD 20 for children 12 and under.

Versante stove & bar | Parkstadt

Enjoy a hearty Christmas dinner from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. with marinated turkey, prime ribs, turkey children’s dishes and a chocolate pot de crème, in addition to the restaurant’s full menu.

Yuta | Searched

Food in
Fixed price oven
$ 115 per person
5.30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

New Years Eve Dinner 2021 in Salt Lake City

Francks | Cottonwood Heights

Food in
Five-course Prix Fixe menu
$ 165 per person

Cultivator steak | Parkstadt

Choose from salad and wild rice mushroom soup, followed by beef tenderloin with grilled portobello mushrooms, a 9-ounce Maine lobster tail, a side dish of your choice, and a decadent homemade chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream and fresh berries.

Room | SLC

Food in
Five-course Prix Fixe menu
$ 95 per person

Versante stove & bar | Parkstadt

A celebration for young and old, ring in the year 2022 with the whole family and enjoy chef-inspired specialties and a champagne toast, as well as the restaurant’s full menu from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. and a DJ from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Yuta | Searched

Food in
Six races fixed price
$ 195 per person with optional wine pairing
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Other special events that are not food

The gateway’s last hurray! NYE celebration returns

Via press release

After the mostly virtual party last year, The Gateway will make it big again on New Year’s Eve with countless live performances and spectacular fireworks. The biggest New Year’s Eve event in downtown Salt Lake City, Last Hooray! is free and open to the public with music from 9:00 p.m. on the Olympic Plaza stage, complemented by pop-up acts from The Blocks distributed throughout The Gateway. The festive atmosphere is served with hot drinks and cocktails outdoors to lift the mood and warm souls.

The following three acts will perform live on the main stage from 9 p.m. until the countdown to midnight, then the fireworks will begin and the evening will end with a bang.

DJ Justin Cornwall

Justin Cornwall is a DJ with ten years of experience in the music industry. From his beginnings as a merch guy on the back of a van to being a production manager on tours and festivals, he has used his network and know-how to be present everywhere in the music scene. He performed at Coachella and held long stays at The Standard DTLA, Saguaro Palm Springs – and played parties (Heartbreaker, School Night) from coast to coast. He moved from LA to SLC in late 2019 and immediately set off to be booked by local powerhouses S&S, V2 Presents, Live Nite Events, Blaqvoid and others.

The rubies

The Rubies are an all-girl band from Provo, consisting of the members Aubrey Auclair (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Colette Macfarlane (lead guitar, keys, backup vocals), Avery Davis (bass) and Esther Olsen (drums ). Before the band formed, Aubrey and Colette had written music together with the aim of finding more members to perform with. After a year of writing and sticking in the hope of finding more players, they finally found Esther and Avery in the fall of 2017, and it clicked right away. They constantly strive to inspire others through their music and promote female success in the music industry.


An indie alternative band from Provo, Utah, Brother. merges an eclectic sound of energetic bass lines, catchy soundscapes and heavy harmonies. With the success and the great anticipation for their singles “Without It”, “Don’t Worry” and “Oxidate” Brother. toured as official artists of SXSW 2020 and the Treefort Music Fest through the USA and Great Britain / EU as well as headlining and opening for acts like Slothrust, Mating Ritual, Joshua James and more.

The Blocks will feature the following eight artists in The Gateway:

Marcus Wilson, funny man who does tricks
Mike Balkan tap dance while playing the flute
Mariachi Alma Ranchero de Utah, a five-piece band
The following Gateway Merchants have extended hours for food, cocktails, and entertainment:

Flanker Kitchen + Sporting Club – open until 1 a.m. with DJ SCENE.
Seabird – open until 1 a.m. No cover.
HallPass – open until 1 a.m.
‘Bout Time – open until 1 a.m. No coverage.
Dave + Buster’s – open until 1am
Wiseguys – Comedy show from 7:00 p.m. with Rob Schneider as headliner.
Fleming’s – open until midnight with a pre-set New Year’s Eve menu.

Details and reservations for all dealer offers at:

“We recognize the backlog for a full New Year celebration after most people celebrated at home last year. The Gateway is ready to do justice to the occasion and welcome the community with a festive line-up and spectacular fireworks, ”said Jacklyn Briggs, Director of Marketing at The Gateway. “The feeling of renewed hope and enduring through an unprecedented time are definitely worth a big celebration. We and our dealers look forward to entertaining locals and visitors alike. “

OP Rockwell Live Music in Park City

Via press release

Celebrate the New Year’s weekend with two tribute events from music icons. VIP tables and areas include charcuterie boards with reservations.

Thursday December 30th: Coat of Many Colors, a tribute to Dolly Parton with Jason CoZmo

Friday December 31st: George Michael Reborn, a tribute to the music of WHAM! And George Michael with Robert Bartko


Hello, my name is Stuart, nice to meet you! I’m the founder, writer, and wrangler at Gastronomic SLC; I’ve also been a retired restaurant critic for the Salt Lake Tribune for over five years. I’ve worked extensively with other local publications, from Utah Stories to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake. I am a multi-award winning journalist and have been involved in the Utah hospitality scene for more than a decade. I’m mainly driven by a critical obsession with rice, alliteration, and the use of too many big words that I don’t understand. What they say about me: “Not inaccurate”, “I thought he was older”, “I don’t share his feelings”.

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