Whiskey Street | Cocktails and Dining

“This community needs vinegar and will require spirituous liquors for washing and for health, and it will be right and proper for the city to continue its sale as it has done and make a profit.”

– Brigham Young
August 11, 1865 addressing the City Council on the issue of liquor in Salt Lake City



Welcome to Whiskey Street. The name harkens back to Salt Lake history. Before it was changed to Main Street in 1906, this stretch of road had been designated “Whiskey Street” by Brigham Young himself. It was a place where gentiles were able to quench their thirst. Even Mr. Young purchased his spirits from the numerous bars and the liquor store for which the street was named.



Whiskey Street has been designed as a space that downtown executives, hip urban locals, and Utah guests will rub shoulder while sipping great cocktails. It is a friendly but stylish establishment with knowledgeable bartenders and great music. Pull up a barstool. Let us put down a pint down on your piece of the 72 foot-long cherry wood bar. Dancing with sunlight during the day and lively with guests during the evening, we’ll serve you your favorite beverages from 11am until 1am every day.

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The Rotisserie Inn served Italian and French fare at 323 South Main Street since it was opened on July 10th, 1915 until its doors were closed 42 years later. It was owned by Cesare Rinetti and Frank Capitolo who offered up some of the best dishes in downtown Salt Lake City. Whiskey Street is a fitting successor to the Rotisserie Inn under the expertise of chef Matt Crandall. He will not serve you typical “bar food.” Instead, you will dine on elegant, delectable meals which showcase the freshest produce and finest meats. Nestle into a cozy booth or grab a stool for family-style dining to enjoy our superlative food at lunch and dinner.

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Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday 11:00-3:00.

View the Brunch Menu (PDF)

View the Bunch Cocktail Menu (PDF)