Tin Angel at Eccles’ Opening Summer 2019 in Downtown Salt Lake City

Eccles Theatre (Eccles Theatre)

Tin Angel, Salt Lake’s hip Farm-to-Table bistro with local art on the walls and an eclectic menu of European dishes, will open a second location at the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City.  The restaurant recently signed a contract with the Eccles Theater in late April and will open the new Tin Angel at Eccles later this summer in the Eccles Grand Lobby.

Tin Angel is an award-winning urban bistro and one of Salt Lake’s favorite restaurants, with five “Utah’s Best Restaurant” awards and a “Best Small Wine List” award from Salt Lake Magazine.  The Eccles Theater is a destination performing arts venue in Intermountain West hosting the best in touring Broadway, concerts, and other entertainment offerings. 

“We are elated to open our second location at the Eccles Theater,” said Kestrel Liedtke, Tin Angel’s General Manager and Co-owner.  “Tin Angel at Eccles will offer theater guests the high-end, attractive, and eclectic dining experience we are known for at our Pioneer Park location while adding a few new elements to engage theater patrons and downtown diners.”

As with the original location, Tin Angel at the Eccles will feature hyper-local products and supplies from distilleries, ranchers, and farmers, with whom they have long-established relationships. 

“We are thrilled to welcome the Tin Angel to the Eccles Theater,” said Angela Vanderwell, the Eccles Theater General Manager.  “Tin Angel’s desire to provide each guest with quality and highly memorable dining experience matches our mission to provide guests with an extraordinary performing arts experience.”

Tin Angel at Eccles will be full-service restaurant with a full wine and craft cocktail menu.  The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner from Monday – Saturday.  On show days, Tin Angel at Eccles will offer pre-show dining and intermission cocktails and small bites.  Business hours, menus, and hiring information will be released soon.  For more information, visit thetinangel.com.

Tin Angel

Since 2007 Tin Angel has been one of Salt Lake’s best loved dining destinations. The Chef/owners have a passion for quality local ingredients, an eclectic style and a love for Salt Lake City.  Jerry and Kestrel Liedtke found an old Pioneer-era home in the heart of Downtown Salt Lake and transformed it into a lively destination for high end cuisine, wines and cocktails. Jerry’s dedication to quality, flavor and local ingredients found the perfect home in the Historic Pioneer Park area. With the Salt Lake Downtown Farmer’s Market right across the street and local purveyors of high-quality ingredients like Caputo’s and Rimini Coffee a short bike ride away, the couple have built a strong anchor in a growing neighborhood. The charm and style of this upbeat cafe cannot be denied. The city has embraced this vision with open arms: six-time winner of Salt Lake Magazine‘s Dining Award, including the coveted award for Best Restaurant 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018!  For more information visit thetinangel.com.

George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater 

Salt Lake County Arts & Culture

The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater is a performance destination for Salt Lake, Utah, and the Intermountain West.  The 2,500-seat Delta Performance Hall hosts the Zions BankBroadway at the Eccles series and the Live! at the Eccles popular events series.  The Regent Street Black Box hosts local performances from dance and theater to film and concerts.  The Eccles Theater is operated by the Salt Lake County Arts & Culture Division.  

Salt Lake County’s Arts & Culture Division is dedicated to building deep and engaging connections and dialogue around arts and culture in our Community.  Since 1977, we have been an active participant in the arts, providing the places, spaces and services where artists create, and patrons experience great art.  Our Places are among the premier performance venues in Utah:  Maurice Abravanel Hall, Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre, George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center and the Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center (opening in 2020).  Our services include ArtTix ticketing and event and technical services; curating the Salt Lake County Public Art Collection, and our Residency program where we offer direct support to Ballet West; Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation; Plan-B Theatre Company; Pygmalion Productions; Repertory Dance Theatre; Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company; SB Dance; Utah Museum of Contemporary Arts; and Utah Symphony Utah Opera.  For more information visit artsaltlake.org.

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.