In a historic downtown storefront you'll find an art gallery upstairs and the dining room on the main floor, and both are worth a stop. The menu focuses on gourmet comfort food (the owners call it “slow food”); think macaroni and cheese with four cheeses and a bread-crumb crust, pot roast with polenta, and inventive sandwiches. There are also more elaborate and expensive options, often including Western delicacies like buffalo tenderloin and crusted Idaho trout picatta. This is Utah, but tipplers take note: there’s a full bar.