You say you’re old school? Then Lamb’s Grill Café is the place for you. Originally opened by Greek immigrant George Lamb in 1939, Lamb’s is one of Salt Lake City’s most durable and endearing downtown institutions. A few things have changed: There’s live music now, featuring jazz pianist Jimmy Reed on Fridays & Saturdays, there’s local art featured monthly, and today, you’ll find fresh Pacific Coast red snapper on the menu. But in general, Lamb’s is still dishing up the same comforting grub that it has for decades. Fresh rainbow trout, for example. Or baby-beef liver and onions. The poached Nova Scotia Finnan haddie is a Lamb’s mainstay, as is the corned beef hash at breakfast. And nowadays, there’s even a respectable wine, beer, and liquor selection at Lamb’s.
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