I currently live in Chicago but am moving back to SLC next June when I graduate from Grad School.I honestly drank more in SLC than I do here, it was actually easier for me to get to multiple bars there than here(although it depends on where you live in SLC). For a city the size of SLC the public transportation is amazing if you live in SLC proper. They run every 15 minutes from 4 am to midnight and go all over the valley. Also I was wondering what the people were like in SLC.It is a large population that is definitely more concentrated in the western side of Salt Lake City and West Valley City.
Have family in Knoxville so that's always an option and I have a few more trips planned. Closest to being Midwestern, people like Denver, W. I have met a few from my time in Portland and one of my good friends lives there now.All three run through downtown and go to multiple parts of the valley including the U of U, the Airport, WVC, and Sandy. Again like the bar scene the food scene is getting better all of the time.You can find food of any ethnicity within salt lake and it is reasonably priced. You are in a city that is the center of a metro of well over a million....
Please register to participate in our discussions with 1.5 million other members - it's free and quick! Since the focus would be on downtown I figure the Mormon influence would be less of an issue so I doubt it needs to be brought up.Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Figured SLC might be an interesting alternative to Denver and a bit warmer than the Twin Cities.