This off-the-beaten-path restaurant has all the gritty charm of a classic roadhouse with none of the Patrick Swayze-instigated violence. Instead, you'll find friendly staff, a full bar and some of the tastiest fried victuals in Salt Lake City, like the sumptuous fried chicken and the deep-fried funeral potatoes, a devilish twist on some nostalgic Mormon cuisine. The Garage has two bars, two stages, a cornhole setup in the back and a regular lineup of killer local and national blues and rock bands.
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