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The Gateway is Salt Lake City's only open-air contemporary destination that delivers the ultimate in shopping, dining, and entertainment. Shop and dine at over 130 stores and restaurants.Visit the beautifully restored 1908 Union Pacific Depot featuring early French Renaissance architecture and original artwork.
Fashion Place Mall
FUN FOR EVERY FANCY. Find your signature style at Nordstrom, Macy’s, Dillard’s, Sears and throughout our collection of more than 150 shops. UNLIMIT YOUR STYLE. Venture out to Fashion Place to experience upscale retailers like Bare Escentuals, bebe, Aveda, Eddie Bauer, Victoria’s Secret, Cache, Build-A-Bear Workshop and Ann Taylor. DISH OVER LUNCH. Satisfy your individual taste at one of our great eateries, including the Nordstrom Bistro and Utah’s exclusive Cheesecake Factory restaurant!
Welcome to Trolley Square, Utah’s premiere destination for an incomparable shopping, dining and entertainment experience! You’ll find a multitude of shops, services and eateries in the converted trolley carbarns and adjoining buildings. Scheduled events and activities frequent our campus at the only festival marketplace found in the state.
South Town Mall
While shopping at South Towne Center, let our exceptional mall services make your visit convenient and comfortable. Stop by our Guest Services, which is located on the upper level by Dillard's, to take advantage of a wide variety of services and amenities.
Frank Granato established his business in 1948 with one goal in mind: provide the public with what they want. Built on a strong work ethic and a belief that customer service was what mattered, Granatos has become Utah's leading purveyor for authentic Italian and Mediterranean food. Today that work ethic is carried on by Frank's son, Sam, who has extended the business to several locations throughout the Salt Lake Valley
That's the distinction O.C. Tanner's downtown jewelry store was awarded by INSTORE magazine. The store's beautiful exterior, custom Sharon Marston light sculpture, sweeping center spiral staircase and clean, modern décor were all cited as reasons for the win.
Park City's Historic Main Street - Silver mining was key in the Park City area way back in the late 1860's. By 1880, Park City had grown to a population of over 10,000 people. Although "the great fire of 1898" destroyed over 200 homes and businesses, the town was rebuilt and many of the buildings now seen on Main Street date from that time. A stroll down historic Main Street is all it takes to bring back the romance of the Old West.
Today, Park City's Historic Main Street is home to quaint shops, fine dining establishments, art galleries, bars and live music venues and of course...it's just a short walk to the Park City Mountain Resort. Additional storefronts showcase Park City's eclectic nature holding everything from hardware to sportswear, handcrafted furniture to designer boutiques.