The Daily in Salt Lake City now offers table service
The Daily has expanded from a cafe to a full-service restaurant, introducing new plates and cocktails.
Details: Patrons at the eatery, adjacent to Goldman Sachs in downtown Salt Lake City, can order classic American dishes like a BLT, a smoked cheddar and mushroom omelet or buttermilk pancakes with berries.
- Dishes range from $8 to $16.
- The boozy side of the menu features a selection of beers, wine and cocktails, such as palomas, mimosas and bloody marys.
- Customers can still grab to-go items and order at the cafe counter.
- The Daily’s general manager Esme Salcedo said she hopes the changes attract more customers beyond the 9-to-5 work crowd.
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What I ordered: I tried their tasty chicken sandwich on a toasted ciabatta bun served with crispy potatoes ($16), as well as an Aperol spritz ($10).
- Review: The sandwich, stuffed with bacon, avocado, greens, tomatoes and herb aioli, was delicious and lightweight. The wine-based cocktail was refreshing and zesty.
Hours: The eatery is open Monday through Friday. The cafe operates from 7am–3pm and the restaurant from 9am–3pm.
- The Daily plans to open this Saturday and Sunday as the business looks into extending service on the weekends, per Salcedo.
Of note: The Daily is operated by the Copper Onion Hospitality Group.
- The restaurant group was founded by restaurateur Ryan Lowder and includes Copper Onion and Copper Common.
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