SALT LAKE CITY — Dinner and a show at the Eccles Theater just got a whole lot easier.
Tin Angel, Salt Lake's Farm-to-Table bistro, will set up a second location inside the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater later this summer.
“We are elated to open our second location at the Eccles Theater,” said Kestrel Liedtke, Tin Angel’s general manager and co-owner in a press release. “Tin Angel at Eccles will offer theater guests the high-end, attractive and eclectic dining experience we are known for at our Pioneer Park location while adding a few new elements to engage theater patrons and downtown diners.”
The original restaurant is on 400 South across from Pioneer Park, and the new Tin Angel will be housed in the Eccles Grand Lobby, where it will continue to serve local fare from nearby farmers, distilleries and ranchers. In addition to focusing on hyper-local food productions, Tin Angel also functions as a gallery for local artists, whose art adorns the walls in the 400 South location.
Owners Jerry and Kestrel Liedtke opened Tin Angel in an old Pioneer-era home in 2007, where it has gone on to win Salt Lake Magazine's Dining Award six times, as well as Best Restaurant in 2015, 2016 and 2018.Comment on this story
Tin Angel at Eccles will be a full-service restaurant with a full wine and craft cocktail menu. The new location will be open for lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday, and on show days, Tin Angel at Eccles will offer pre-show dining and intermission cocktails and small bites.
“We are thrilled to welcome the Tin Angel to the Eccles Theater,” said Angela Vanderwell, the Eccles Theater general manager, in a press release. “Tin Angel’s desire to provide each guest with quality and highly memorable dining experience matches our mission to provide guests with an extraordinary performing arts experience.”