What’s open at The Gateway

Drive-Thru Art Stroll starts April 17 at The Gateway

The Gateway, Utah’s premier place for working, living, dining and entertainment, announces limited in-restaurant dining and extended hours of operation for several merchants at The Gateway.

“Several restaurants and stores have already been offering curbside pick-up from their individual locations,” says Jacklyn Briggs, marketing director for The Gateway. “Coinciding with the state’s new orange level designation, some of our merchants are now offering limited in-person dining and shopping. As we slowly welcome people back, we are making sure that we are doing our part to protect our customers. All merchants are strictly following the recommended protocols and we have an increased cleaning and sanitization schedule for all common spaces at The Gateway, as well as signage throughout the property to remind people to wear masks and practice social distancing.”

visiting http://www.atthegateway.com/center-updates/. We recommend calling individual merchants and  for the most current information.

Apothica – Beginning May 1st, Gateway Laser and Aesthetic will re-open for appointments, Apothica will be open to clients with booked appointments only. Contact them here to set-up and appointment.

AT&T – Open Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM, limited capacity in-store to no more than 10 people.

‘Bout Time Pub & Grill – Beginning May 1st open for in-restaurant service Monday-Thursday and Sunday 11 AM – 9 PM and Friday and Saturday open until 11 PM. Social distancing measures will be in place. All beverages must be served to individual tables, with no counter service available.

Chedda Burger – Beginning May 1st open for limited in-restaurant dining and beer service, as well as pickup and takeout available online or over the phone. Grubhub and Door Dash options also available. Open noon – 8 p.m. daily.

GameStop- Open regular hours, curb side pick-up and limited in-store purchases available.

Fleming’s Steakhouse & Wine Bar Opening for in-restaurant dining starting Thursday, May 7th. Currently taking reservations for in-restaurant dining on Mother’s Day May 10. Details available here<https://www.flemingssteakhouse.com/>.

HallPass – Food Hall – HallPass is OPEN for Delivery & Takeout. They are expanding their take-out menu and hours beginning May 4. Currently serving CODSpeed, Colossal Lobster and Nashville Hot Chicken at Blaze of Thunder. Curbside pickup is available right outside their entrance on Rio Grande street. Guests can call 801-415-9886 when they arrive and they will bring their order to their car!

Online ordering is available for pickup at www.HallPassSLC.com.

Midici Pizza- Beginning May 5th open for in-restaurant dining Sunday-Thursday 4 – 9 PM and Friday & Saturday 4 – 9 PM. Pick-up will still be available.

Momi Donuts – Resumed regular hours as of Saturday, May 2.

Mystery Escape Room – Beginning May 1st, opening in-person Escape Room reservations. Details available here. Continuing to offer virtual escape rooms and games, including the all-new virtual Nancy Drew experience.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory – Beginning May 1st they will allow limited customers inside their location.

Sanctuary Day Spa/Metro Fitness – Resuming booked appointments and member access beginning May 4.

Sweet Rolled Tacos – Beginning May 4th allowing limited walk-in orders. Updated hours, Monday-Thursday 3 – 9 PM. and Friday and Saturday until 10 PM.

The Store Fine Food Grocery Store – Open regular hours. Providing grocery services for high-risk groups by calling 385.213.7900. Online ordering, delivery and curb side pickup available here.

Tresor Jewelers – Limited customers allowed inside the store from 10 AM – 9 PM.

Urban Arts Gallery

Wiseguys Comedy Club – Beginning May 5, The Lounge at Wiseguys open for Open Mic Night. Details and safety protocols available at wiseguyscomedy.com. Attendees will be asked to wear masks.

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.