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Arts & Entertainment

Affinity Sports Zone
2009 W. Hwy 40
Vernal, Utah

Family Entertainment Center
Batting cages, party room, arcade games and more!

Ask for: Brian Griffin

Art at Arms
South Jordan, Utah

Custom Etching on Firearms

Art at Arms brings out your personality on your guns. We can custom engrave or etch your firearm, holster, scope, or accessory to your specifications.

Ask for: Matthew Tirmenstein

South Jordan, Utah

Big Sai’s Hawaiian BBQ
2672 N Hill Field Rd
Layton, Utah 84041

(801) 774-7247

There is a saying in Hawaii that the locals use for food so good that it breaks your mouth apart – “Broke da mouf!” Our menu includes favorites like teriyaki beef and chicken, Kalua pork, Japanese-style chicken katsu, and of course fried spam & eggs – served with our much-talked-about macaroni salad and sticky rice. Not only known for our big flavor but also known for our generous servings – most menu items come in “regular” or “mini” sizes, but don’t let the “mini” deceive you. And don’t forget to take home a bodacious slice of cake: guava, lilikoi (passion fruit), or coconut pineapple.

Located in Layton, Utah (just south of Hill Air Force Base), you can satisfy your Hawaiian-style BBQ cravings. Catch us for lunch or dinner; we offer dine-in or take-out. We also provide catering services for family, school, work and special events.

Come in today or on your next trip through town as we share the aloha spirit and culture with you and your family. MAHALO!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Big-Sais-Hawaiian-Bar-B-Q/130770890398021

Caledonian Fairgrounds

A Manufacturer and Retail Seller of Laser Etched Objects

A specialty boutique that operates primarily at events, conventions and fairs. They sell high quality objects with collectable and personalized images laser etched onto them.


Ask for: Chase Barnes
Pleasant Grove, Utah

Campfire Lounge
837 E. 2100 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106

Neighborhood Bar

Friendly faces, drinks galore, good food and a place to set and relax with your friends, or make new friends from the neighborhood.

Ask for: Haylen LaTorre

In the news:

The idea for the new Campfire Lounge came to owners Haylen LaTorre and Seth Radford while “lounging by a campfire.”

“It’s what we like to do. When we have a rare day off, we’re camping,” said LaTorre.

The couple previously owned Salt Lake City’s Bayleaf Cafe on Main Street. They opened the downtown restaurant n 2009 with the intention of creating a “small mom-and-pop” place for locals.

But LaTorre says that the opening of City Creek “changed the whole scope” of their neighborhood bar idea.

With their lease coming to an end, the owners decided to close Bayleaf — but keep the state liquor license — and open Campfire. It’s located in the space that used to be Black Widow Cafe.

The decor makes guests feel as if they are escaping the city with blue ceilings painted to resemble the midnight sky, a bar top with a blue-pebbled “river” running through it, and fish tank built into the liquor shelves that houses four fish named after the “Golden Girls.”

A pool table is the first thing you see when you walk in. It sits in front of a few arcade games and a dartboard. In the main room, guests can choose a table by the window or a spot at the bar with a view of the kitchen.

The signature menu item at Campfire Lounge is the Hobo Dinner ($5-$9), which is just like you made it as a kid: carrots, onions and zucchini wrapped in tinfoil with your choice of chicken, sirloin, grilled trout or tofu. Once wrapped in foil, the dinner is cooked on the grill.

Other menu items include homemade Ramen noodles, tater tots and the Elvis sandwich ($5.50), a deep-fried peanut butter and banana sandwich topped with honey and bacon.

Natalie Madsen, who frequents Campfire Lounge, said she keeps coming back for the friendly and relaxed atmosphere and the food. “I get tater tots all of the time because what bar can you have tater tots at? But my favorite is the hobo dinner.”

For dessert order s’mores or something off the “cocktails for camping” selection of the menu. There you’ll find drinks like the s’mores-tini, trail mix or happy camper. Order a cocktail from the “Goody Two Shoes” section and 10 percent of your purchase price will go to a local charity. LaTorre said the bar will pick a different charity each month.

Kent Blackwood predicts that Campfire Lounge will quickly become a premiere spot.

“I have about 20 years of bartending experience and this place is going to be happening,” he said. “It’s a nice little local neighborhood pub.”

Campfire Lounge

Where • 831 E. 2100 South, Salt Lake City; 801-467-3325
Hours • Monday – Sunday, 11 a.m. – 1 a.m.
Online • campfirelounge.com


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