2015 Utah Arts Festival

Food & Beverage

"Food as Art" is growing around the nation, and our fair city and state boast a culinary scene that sometimes surprises outsiders but that makes the most of locally sourced produce, meats, and other artisanal products. This is an exciting time for all style of eaters where heritage, culture, and creativity intersect.

Local Foodie Demos & Samplings

Daily, 12PM-9PM, located on the horseshoe, east of City & County Building

The Downtown SLC Farmers Market will also host demonstrations and tastings of specialty foods crafted by local artisans during the Festival including:

  • Mountain Town Olive Oil
  • Grandma Sardino’s
  • Blue Moose Sweet Shop
  • Bubble & Brown Bakery
  • Sugared Caramel Candy


Daily, 4PM-11PM, located midblock on 200 East

Master Chef Robert "Sully" Sullivan of Utah Food Services creates culinary works of art. Watch chefs prepare gourmet dishes to taste. And while you're in the area, check out the Uinta Brewing Company Tent where you'll find Uinta Brewing's experts and can pair a beer with your small plate dishes (sold separately).

2015 Food Vendors

  • Crepe Tyme
  • Ricc's Rockin' Tacos
  • Yoshi's Japanese Grill
  • Dionysos Greek Foods
  • The Pie Pizzeria, Inc.
  • Native Spin
  • Philadelphia Filly
  • Teriyaki Grill
  • Scrumptious
  • Snowie Shaved Ice
  • Lucky13
  • Docetti Gelato
  • Kabob Shack
  • Maui Wowi
  • Cold Stone Creamery
  • World Dog
  • Wasatch Pops / Indy Pops
  • Dippin' Dots
  • Totally Nutz

Plus don't forget the PB & J Booth in the Art Yard.


Beer, wine, soda, and lemonade are available at designated booths throughout the Festival grounds. It is a state law that if you drink in Utah, you MUST be carrying a valid ID. Please have yours with you.


Uinta Brewing Company Tent

Daily, 12PM-10PM, west of the Festival Stage

The Uinta Brewing experts are back again to serve you specialty beers at the Uinta Brewing Company Tent located west of the Festival Stage and right by Epicurosity. Stop by and meet the brewmasters of Uinta who know their craft.

» Visit Uinta Brewing's website.

Thanks to the SMART Program

Alcohol Education Provided by The S.M.A.R.T. Program (Server Management Alcohol Responsibility Training). This rigorous training programs goal is to help eliminate alcohol related violations through proper training, education, understanding and knowledge. The SMART Program has volunteered and donated its services and resources to the Utah Arts Festival for manyyears.

Beverage Crew

Shirley "Weber" Knickerbocker, Coordinator
Mary Ward
Geoff Partain
Drew McLeran
Linn Clements
Tyreese Hill, CRAB Crew


Program Sponsor & Program Partners

nicholaswhole foodsutahfoodservicesuintaFarmers Market

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