Named Best Restaurant in Northern Utah by Salt Lake Magazine for two years in a row, this fine-dining gem offers a menu that will please even the most discerning foodie. The Salt Lake Tribune named it one of the best places in the state to enjoy wild game, and you'll even find grass-fed yak on the menu. Formerly known as Jasoh!, the owners changed the name to highlight the focus on wood-fired cooking. With an emphasis on farm-to-table freshness, the menu also includes fish presented in creative ways and house-made pastas, breads, and dressings. Diners enjoy a patio overlooking the historic district and the Wasatch Mountains, an impressive wine and beer list, and a seasonally changing array of fresh desserts. Bags of the slow-dried artisan pasta made on-site are available to take home. Check the pantry at the front of the restaurant.