Proudly the oldest, continually operating restaurant in the state of Utah,
Lamb’s Grill is becoming Salt Lake’s updated classic.
Lamb’s Grill maintains many of the traditions patrons have loved to expect through the years, but moving forward, it also offers a more contemporary eating experience. Products start with the freshest ingredients & Lamb’s chef is a leader in culinary excellence.
Lamb’s Grill has revamped its menu and refreshened its traditional dishes & desserts to encompass a deliciously homemade approach. Come enjoy a new twist on Utah history.
Special Notice: At this time we are unfortunately unable to sell alcoholic beverages. (This is temporary; please bear with us!) We CAN, however, accommodate service for you and your invited guests in a privately hosted event.
Now offering breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch, dinner, and once again, live piano. Lamb’s Grill will no longer be just your parents’ favorite restaurant.
Monday – Friday 7am – 11am
Saturday 8am – 2pm
Monday – Saturday 11am – 2pm
Monday – Saturday 5pm – 9pm
CREATE A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Equipped with two private dining spaces, Lamb’s Grill will create a night to remember, no matter how many guests. From a small intimate dinner for 2, or a wedding luncheon for 200, our menu and service do not disappoint. Come see why we have been a family favorite for special events for over 97 years.
Cocktail Room holds 20 guests for a seated dinner, 35-40 guests for a cocktail style party.
Banquet Room holds 70 guests for a seated dinner, 90 for a cocktail style party.
WE ALSO TRAVEL!
Lamb’s will come to you, whatever venue you choose. Able to host guest counts of 20 to 500, we guarantee we will make an impression. We also offer bar service and professional bartenders. Call us for pricing and menu options.
LAMB’S GRILL CAFE
Greek immigrant, George P. Lamb, opened “Lamb’s Grill Cafe” on George Washington’s birthday, February 22, 1919. In 1931 George H. Dern, Governor of the State of Utah, gave Mr. Lamb a picture of President Washington, which hangs today in the main dining room. Lamb’s thrived in its Logan Utah location until 1939 when Mr. Lamb moved his restaurant to the business district in downtown Salt Lake City.
The restaurant has remained essentially unchanged since 1939. The booths, tables, wainscot, backbar, counter, counter stools, light fixtures, and stem table – all still in use today – came from a restaurant previously located on Main Street known as Gunn’s Cafe. One notable exception, the chairs in the main dining room were imported from Vienna by Mr. Lamb in the 1920’s. The antiques around the restaurant have been collected from around the world.
The home of Lamb’s Grill, The Herald Building, is now on The National Register of Historic Places and was erected in 1905 to house the Herald Newspaper and other businesses.
Parking is available at City Creek Shopping Center, or the Walker Center (enter from Regent Street and 200 South).
The Trax stop is “City Center” (100 S). Walk North on Main Street just under a block, you will find us on the East side of Main, between 100 and 200 South.
169 South Main Street Salt Lake City UT 84111
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