Salt Lake City has a lot to offer; shops, events, restaurants, art, technology, conformity and diversity. This group is about experiencing and supporting Salt Lake City!
We look for unique locally owned venues or events and explore or experience them. The ideal group would be people from different backgrounds, ideas, and/or life experiences. Everyone suggesting places they heard about, or wanted to check out or their favorite place.
The goal is to meet up at least once a month at a locally owned venue for great discussions, learning something new, trying something different, or all of the above. Stepping out of our box!
Please only join if you will participate, the group is limited to 50.
Dinner at MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company, at Gateway. Fire oven pizza, and wonderful salads.
The Upside movie at Gateway. The show times is not posted yet, but are usually around 7.
The previews are funny if you like Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart.
Phillip is a wealthy quadriplegic who needs a caretaker to help him with his day-to-day routine in his New York penthouse. He decides to hire Dell, a struggling parolee who's trying to reconnect with his ex and his young son. Despite coming from two different worlds, an unlikely friendship starts to blossom as Dell and Phillip rediscover the joy of living life to the fullest
Great quaint restaurant with flavorful food and wonderful service!
"Modern Lebanese Cuisine
America is a melting pot of cultures, food, languages, and just about any kind of characteristics you can imagine. It's a kitchen sink of flavors, and we think its damn beautiful" from their website.
This is one of those things you see, and think I wanna try that. It could be awesome, or hilarious- either way - we are trying something new! The drop in cost is $18.
Per the website (scholeyoga.com) More like the yoga version of "dance like nobody's watching", in DEEP we stay low to the ground and blend together movements with less structure and more flow so you can move as much of the time as possible with your eyes closed or with a blindfold on. We skip the traditional ten movements that make up pretty much everybody else’s yoga and instead explore the vast range of motion of the human body through mediums of movement dance, martial arts, and tai chi. Combine that together with yoga postures and you get sequences that will help you feel graceful and elegant, and in our room with no mirrors you’ll never know otherwise.
How cool does that sound!