New Italian restaurant coming to Salt Lake City this Summer Gateway downtown Italian Graffiti

SALT LAKE Town (ABC4) – If you are hunting to include a further restaurant to take a look at to your in no way-ending list of foodstuff places, a new Italian cafe coming to downtown Salt Lake Town has just been introduced.

Italian Graffiti will be bringing a “new, bigger-close dining experience” to the Gateway. It is the first entire-scale cafe by Wonderful Hospitality, the group guiding HallPass and SkinnyFATS.

The new restaurant will “offer a modern interpretation of typical Italian fare and hand-crafted family members recipes from Chef-partner Marc Marrone’s Italian upbringing in New York Metropolis, a press launch states.

Marrone has 20 yrs of knowledge with world-class dining establishments across the region.

The corporation claims friends can “expect to be immersed in the art of vibe eating with Italian Graffit’s expansive wine menu, open up structure cooking, day by day household-made pasta, a total bakery, and dry-aged meat application.”

The restaurant will aspect floral-influenced decor with diverse artwork installations through the dining room, bar, and lounge areas.

“With grandparents who immigrated from Italy, my most cherished family members traditions centered all over sharing handmade meals alongside one another. I want our friends to practical experience that same gracious hospitality and convivial atmosphere,” says Marc Marrone. “The attractiveness of HallPass at The Gateway paved the way for this new idea as we truly feel it has more and more turn into a coveted eating and entertainment vacation spot in Salt Lake Town.”

The 5,000 sq.-foot Italian Graffiti is slated for a summer season opening at 156 South 400 West on the southeast finish of the Gateway.

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