Also: More options at a “ghost kitchen” in Salt Lake City.
Horror fans come hungry to Burgertory, a new eatery in West Valley City serving up horror movie food with aptly spooky names.
Stick your fangs into bloody burgers like Exorswiss & Mushrooms, Baconstein’s Monster, or Veggie Creature From the Black Legume, and grab some Stake Frights or Omen Rings along the way.
While you wait for your food, take a look at the horror movie posters on the walls and discuss which Friday the 13th movie is the best with your friends.
Owner Jeremy Sundeaus says he’s always been a fan of the horror genre. “The concept started with a few ideas for the names of the burgers and then grew like a Ponzi scheme,” he said in a text message.
The store opened in April. The address is: 3197 S. Redwood Road, Suite #9.
The chocolate conspiracy opens a factory shop
For 14 years, The Chocolate Conspiracy has been known for their bean-to-bar chocolate sweetened with local, raw, unfiltered honey and made with organic cocoa.
Now, chocolate lovers can find The Chocolate Conspiracy’s products at their new Redwood Road factory store, which opened at 1242 S. Redwood Road in Salt Lake City. The grand opening is imminent.
The store is a combination retail and manufacturing space where all of the company’s products are manufactured. But there’s also a selection of “grab-and-go” items to the fore, owner AJ Wentworth said, including all of the company’s chocolate bars, chocolate sauce, hot chocolate and truffles.
The Chocolate Conspiracy products are also available in many grocery and other stores. Visit EatChocolateConspiracy.com for a complete list.
Opening of the Marmalade Brunch House
With its plush pink booths, gold utensils, chandeliers, marble tabletops, and plentiful flowers, the Marmalade Brunch House is one of Salt Lake City’s most Instagram-friendly places to sip a mimosa.
The restaurant had its soft opening in April at the Marmalade neighborhood, 535 N. 300 West.
For brunch, you can choose from dishes like Eggs Benedict, Beignets, Steak and Eggs, and Blueberry Lemon Curd Pancakes—remember to take a picture.
New “ghost kitchen” options
A growing list of local restaurants has taken up residence at Salt Lake City Eats, the new “ghost kitchen” at 23 N. 900 West. All can be ordered through Doordash and Uber Eats: