Only Here - Utah Food: Grove Market and Deli

I love introducing and sharing good food with my friends, so this is going to be the first of many blog posts where I'll share with you the places that J.R. and I enjoy eating at.

I plan on only spotlighting local restaurants and diners. It's always a special occasion when we get to eat out and it's wonderful to enjoy food that you know can't be duplicated anywhere else -it seems to make the experience feel more special. So whenever we go on vacation we always try to eat at a local restaurant, and we love to explore all of the local diners and restaurants here in Utah. Now, whether you live here or hope to visit someday, you can refer back to my blog for tips and honest opinions on all the great places to eat. 

So I'll start off with a cool place that J.R. took me to for the first time last week called Grove's Market.  They've been around sense 1947 -and its not hard to figure out why- these guys know what they're doing when it comes to sandwiches.  

These sandwiches are huge. 
For a good idea of just how big they are - imagine that you're trying to eat a football. (a delicious football).  
But the taste is as big as their size. I was really surprised at how honestly fresh all of their ingredients were.

To state it simply, go to Grove's Market if you want to experience an epic sandwich.

Its a tiny place located at 1906 South Main Street Salt Lake City Utah 84115.

The easiest thing to do is to call in your order a few hours ahead of time and then just swing by and pick it up when it's ready. The phone number is 801-467-8860.
 Click HERE to visit their website and check out their menu.

This place is small - smaller than a lot of homes that I've been in. There isn't any room to eat inside but they do have a few tables outside on their patio.

I have a wonderful date idea planed around this sandwich shop for when the weather gets warmer.
  We'll order and pick up another sandwich (one sandwich is plenty for two people) and then have a picnic for two at Liberty Park. We'll share our leftover bred crumbs with the ducks, and then lay in the shade of the trees and listen to the breeze blowing through the leafs. ....  *sigh* Why can't it be spring already?

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