Downtown SLC Open Streets

September 15, 2020 Written by

Downtown SLC Open Streets - Closed For Fun

Join us for a Downtown SLC Open Streets from 6-10 p.m. each Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 17th through October 10th. 

Downtown SLC Open Streets will animate the spacious Main Street corridor with expanded patio service areas for restaurants accompanied by buskers and artist activations in various locations from Exchange Place to City Creek Center. This is not a street festival or a block party, but rather an expansion of Main Street pedestrian options to allow residents and visitors the space to enjoy the energy of downtown.
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Parts of Main Street will be closed to automobile traffic and open to physically distanced urban fun. We are excited to welcome people downtown for safe shopping, dining, buskers, and pop-up performances.
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133 restaurants and bars and over 100 local and downtown-only retailers are open for business. Open Streets is not only an invitation to enjoy Main Street but downtown at large.

Physical distancing, face coverings, frequent disinfecting and other safety guidelines are requested. Restaurants and shops require facemasks upon entry. $2 parking is available in the parking garage located on Gallivan Avenue thanks to the Wasatch Group. City Creek Center offers complimentary parking for the first two hours. 

Open Late! Enjoy nearby bars and restaurants during Open Streets:

Bangkok Terrace
Blue Iguana
Bourbon House
Carson Kitchen
Chakra Lounge
Chettinad House
Chili Tepin
Copper Common
Copper Onion
Dave & Busters
From Scratch
Ginger Street
Green Pig
Hall Pass
Himalayan Kitchen
Itto Sushi
Jackalope Lounge
Junior's Tavern
Kaze Sushi
Keys on Main
Lake Effect
Mali Thai
Market Street Grill + Oyster Bar
Michelangelo's on Main
Nacho Daddy
Poplar Street Pub
Post Office Place
Ramen 930/Cupbob
Red Door
Red Lotus Bistro
Red Rock
Rich's Burgers
Sicilia Pizza Kitchen
The Melting Pot

Open Streets is a partnership between Salt Lake City, the Downtown Alliance and THE BLOCKS to sustain downtown restaurants and retailers
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