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Raising the Bar

Source: Downtown Salt Lake City's Copper Common transforms bar food into exquisite farm-to-table dishes. Think bacon-wrapped dates and savory flatbreads.   

COPPER COMMON

Salt Lake City, Utah

Each Monday through Thursday brings three new seasonal cocktails from $6. Chef Ryan Lowder’s acclaimed Copper Onion burger is discounted Monday through Wednesday, with an additional food special daily. Or, one block away, catch Under Current’s late night “High Tide” for noshes like fresh oysters with cucumber mignonette from $1.

is no run-of-the-mill après-ski drink, particularly not when it’s perfectly crafted and costs only

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