This summer, we have been all about mezze, a Greek appetizer platter that can also be the life of the party. We shared the supplies and ingredients to make this dish at home. But if you’re hoping to skip the prep time and support a small business, we know where to get mezze in Utah.
Owner and chef Manoli Katsanevas grew up in Salt Lake’s Greek restaurant culture—his family owns one of the town’s favorite burger joints. Manoli has his own ideas about Greek food: his tiropitas come with caramelized onions and he sauces his shrimp with a Greek coffee barbecue sauce.
402 E. 900 South #2, SLC, 801-532-3760
Owner of one of the most renowned Mediterranean markets in the country, Matt Caputo is a cheese whiz, and his store stocks the best local ingredients and special products from small exporters.
314 W. 300 South, SLC, 801-531-8669. Shop the store or order online.
Just a street-style gyros place like you might find in Athens, Padeli’s is related to Greek Souvlaki, a standard Salt Lake City favorite, but great.
30 E. Broadway, SLC, 801-322-1111. Call to pick up an order.
It stocks a wide selection of all kinds of Middle Eastern foods, fresh and packaged.
4346 900 E, Millcreek, 801-904-3989. Call for current hours and policies.
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