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Episode #40: Naked Fish Japanese Bistro – The Flavor is in the Details


When thinking about high-quality, fresh sushi, a restaurant in Utah doesn’t immediately jump to mind. But Johnny Kwon, one of the founders and the owner of Naked Fish Japanese Bistro, is working to dispel that assumption. High-quality, authentic sushi can be found in Salt Lake City, and it will change your expectations about what sushi, and Japanese cuisine, can be.

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Episode #38: Rawtopia – A Food-Inspired Spiritual Awakening


Omar Abou-Ismail doesn’t have your typical restaurant owner story. Originally born in Lebanon, Omar and his family traveled and lived throughout West Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, and the Middle East, and eventually settled in Utah. After studying geophysics and mechanical engineering at the University of Utah, he began working with the U.S. Navy as a geophysicist. And then, in 2005, he opened Rawtopia. You could say it was a bit of a leap in career.

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Episode 33: Sage’s Cafe & Vertical Diner – Vegan and Vegetarian Before it Was Cool.


Vertical Diner and Sage’s Cafe are two leading restaurants in Utah that promote plant-based foods on their menu, with large offerings of exclusively vegetarian and vegan dishes. Today, vegan and vegetarian menu options aren’t uncommon — but 17 years ago, in 1998, it was rare… and the thought of opening a vegetarian-only restaurant in Salt Lake City seemed impossible.   

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Episode 26: Food Tips With Foodies | Breakfast & Brunch in Utah


Welcome to The Utah Foodie! On today’s episode we sit down with some movers and shakers in Utah who know a thing or two about the best breakfast and brunch spots throughout the state! This episode is the second installment of our monthly series, “Food Tips From Foodies,” where we bring in some of Utah’s best food critics, chefs, podcasters, and food enthusiasts to talk about everything and anything in the Utah food scene.

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Episode 19: Zest Kitchen & Bar – Healthy eating with Casey Staker


Zest Kitchen & Bar is a 3-year old restaurant in downtown Salt Lake City that was launched by Casey Staker in late 2012. It’s an organic, vegetarian, gluten-free restaurant with a fresh juice cocktail bar and they’re right on 275 S 200 W — across from Red Rock, right around the corner from Squatter’s and the convention center.

Zest is trendy, it’s upscale, and their food is lightweight and healthy. And at night, the cocktails flow — all fresh juice and ingredients but with a creative twist. Drinks like a jalepeño margarita, a ginger spice whiskey cocktail with a fresh apple slice, and a summer beet sangria.

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Episode 15: The Chocolate Conspiracy – A story of healthy eating & a career in chocolate.


AJ Wentworth attended the world’s largest nutrition school in New York City, after spending years as a health coach and working at a retreat center in rural Arizona where he taught his patients about raw food and holistic, healthy living. To put it simply, AJ doesn’t have the background you’d expect of a chocolatier.

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Episode 9: Spitz – All about the Döner Kebab & Mediterranean street food + a new Sugarhouse location!


After traveling all over Europe, Tanner Slizeski and Josh Hill weren’t struck by the art or by the architecture. It wasn’t the history, or any of the museums that kept Tanner and Josh up at night. It was the Mediterranean street food. Specifically, it was the döner kebab: the food cart staple made with beef and lamb cut off a marinated spit.

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