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Eva's Bakery - Salt Lake City, UT | www.tasteandtellblog.com

When I travel, I usually plan everything around the food.  In fact, usually, the food is the main attraction.

So even though our little getaway was a short one, I wanted to make sure I at least got in a couple of places to eat.  And one of the top places on my list was Eva’s Bakery.
 
Eva's Bakery - Salt Lake City, UT | www.tasteandtellblog.com
 
I had been hearing about this Parisian style bakery, and knew that I had to visit the first chance I had.  And shortly after checking into our hotel, I was so excited knowing that this bakery was right down the street from where we were staying.  In fact, I could see the vibrant blue storefront from out of our hotel window!
 
Eva's Bakery - Salt Lake City, UT | www.tasteandtellblog.com
 

When I first walked in, I knew I would like the bakery.  Fresh artisan breads lined the wall, and breads, cakes and pastries were along the front.  I seriously wanted to try one of everything – and if I was downtown more often, I probably would!
 
Eva's Bakery - Salt Lake City, UT | www.tasteandtellblog.com
 
Eva's Bakery - Salt Lake City, UT | www.tasteandtellblog.com
 
Beyond the bread and pastries, they also serve up breakfast and light lunches.  I would love to go back another time to try their pizza or their fritatas.  I actually visited Paris many years ago, but wasn’t into food as much, as well as being on a tight budget, so I’ve always felt like I missed out.  But with a bakery like Eva’s, I can get a taste of Paris without hopping on an airplane!!
 
Eva's Bakery - Salt Lake City, UT | www.tasteandtellblog.com
 
Eva's Bakery - Salt Lake City, UT | www.tasteandtellblog.com
 
Since we had dinner reservations and our trip was so short, I opted to just get a few things for us to snack on.  Everything was delicious, and both my husband and I indulged at bit too much before we headed to dinner.  But it was well worth it!!

If you are going to be in downtown Salt Lake City, Eva’s should definitely be on your list!

Eva’s Bakery
155 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT
(801) 355-3942
www.evasbakeryslc.com

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8 Responses to Destinations – Utah – Eva’s Bakery

  1. It’s always important to know where a good bakery is in town. :) Looks like you found an awesome one! Those treats all look so good!!!

  2. Valerie M. says:

    I passed by last week and didn’t have time to go in, but hope to try it soon!

  3. Ashton and I actually stopped there when we were there for the Six Sister’s conference. I had a scone that was very good!!!

  4. teresa says:

    mouth is watering at the pics, i’d love to go there!

  5. I plan all of our vacations around food too! It’s so fun that way! This bakery looks great :)

  6. Chels R. says:

    We have a place like this not far from where we live and I adore it.

  7. Annalise says:

    Love Eva’s bakery! I’ve been several times now and I haven’t found one thing I didn’t like. Their country baguette was superb and next time you’re there for breakfast you have to try the brunch pie. In fact, I’m going to go ahead and invite myself along next time! :)

  8. Nutmeg Nanny says:

    Oh my goodness what a lovely little place! The food looks scrumptious!

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