Welcome to Salt Lake City

Welcome to Salt Lake City




A block away from our office, with café and coffee shop located inside (the house made doughnuts have been voted an office favorite). If you’re feeling fancy, the Grand America is right across the street.

Part of the Kimpton family, this boutique hotel is an historic building, pet friendly, hosts a bar inside a converted bank vault and is just two blocks from our office.

Newly renovated and right across the street from the convention center (10-15 minute walk from our office). The hotel offers a continental breakfast and a burger restaurant with over 30 types of beer.



J Dawgs

They do one thing and do it right – hot dogs, chips and a soda. Make sure you get the j dawg sauce.

Robin’s Nest

A family owned sandwich shop, a great grab and go lunch. You may have to wait, but that will leave you time to read the entire menu.

The Curryer

Salt Lake’s original food cart serving up great curry. Stands on the corner of Main St and 300 South most every day.



Street car doner and sweet potato fries. Yup, they serve booze too.


Open breakfast, lunch and dinner, catering to vegans and vegetarians with a healthy, fresh menu.

Pretty Bird Chicken

A Nashville style hot-chicken restaurant, the chef beat Bobby Flay with his chicken.



Small plates, craft cocktails and a unique wine list. They don’t take reservations, so recommended for groups less than six people.

Copper Onion

One of SLC’s original farm to table restaurants with a great patio too. Their bar next door is a great place to grab a craft cocktail while you wait (and they serve up the Copper Onion burger too).


Located in the beautiful and historic Hotel Monaco, this is a pre-theater dinner favorite among SLC locals.

DRINKS (must be 21+)

White Horse

Hip bar with craft cockatils and generous pours of wine (for Utah) and a menu offering everything from mussels to fancy potato chips.

Whiskey Street

Upscale bar menu, beer and whiskey pairings, craft cocktails and a solid wine list. Popular amongst all legal age groups.


Home to the unofficial ExpertVoice happy hour, this bar is on the ground floor of our office building- great place to watch a game, visit and grab a slice.


3 Pines Coffee

True hipster coffee bar – no decaf, no skim milk but they do make darn good coffee, matcha and chai with whole milk or housemade almond milk.

Coffee Garden

Located inside the bookstore on Main St, this local’s favorite serves locally roasted coffee, locally sourced tea and a variety of snacks and beverages.


Its location keeps it hopping, if you plan to grab and go, use their app and place your mobile order ahead of time 5-10 minutes.


Last Course

Need a casual fix for your sweet tooth? This order at the counter dessert stop serves everything from gelato to Insta worthy house specialties.

Eva’s Bakery

Artisan breads to beautiful pastries, the décor will have you feeling like you just stepped into a Parisian café. Sit down table service available in the rear for breakfast and lunch.

Les Madeleines

Their Kouign Aman has earned them accolades, their mad muffin egg sandwich is to die for and everything else is hard to resist. Open late Fri & Sat, closed Mondays.


Market on Main St.

Eclectic small convenience store. And Indian food in the back.


Garage parking

Enter off of 300 South between Jimmy John’s and Toaster’s, quick 2-3 minute walk to ExpertVoice.

  • 30 Min $2.50
  • 1 Hour $4
  • 2 Hours $5
  • 3 Hours $6
  • 4 Hours $7
  • Daily Max $10


UTA Transit & Trax

The Trax line connects to the airport, runs every 15 minutes and takes about 30 minutes (including walking time) from ExpertVoice. Trips are $2.50 one way or $6.25 for an all day pass. There is a free-fare zone in the downtown area for all UTA transit.


City Creek Mall

Upscale indoor-outdoor mall spanning two city blocks. Closed Sundays.

Broadway movie theater

Independent films and a gourmet snack bar, right next to Copper Common