48 Hours Kick off your summer in St. George.
Water AttractionsDive into some cool water parks, geothermal pools and open wa-ters.
Dining SLC Foodie tastes the exquisite Flemings.
Entertainment // Dining // Calendar // Shopping // Nightlife
UtahS ENtErtaiNmENt GUiDEJune 2013
ition Now Showing
This exhibition and its national tour were developed by The Field Museum, Chicago.
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City nhmu.utah.edu/unleashed
Local Presenting Partner
National Tour Sponsor
to by G.E. U
uu Oo) Earthquakes. Tornadoes. Hurricanes. Volcanic eruptions. Just some of the powerful earth
processes that shape our dynamic planet. This special exhibition explores both the science behind these phenomena and stories of human responses to these life-changing events.
Content ManagerKadee Duclos
Design & LayoutAmanda McIntyre | StephAnn Knotts
Contributors Jamie Lawson, Daniel Beecher, Michelle
Bridges and Dan Roby
President & CEOBrent Low
Vice President of Adver tising
Vice President of Business Development
Trent Eyre email@example.com
Kathleen Beckmann firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole George email@example.com
For more information on adver tising with IN Magazine, contac t:
Fara Stiehl | 801-204-6278 firstname.lastname@example.org
MediaOne of Utah
4770 South 5600 WestPO Box 704005
West Valley City, UT 84170-4005Telephone: 801-237-2815
2013 All r ights reserved
// 648 HOURS INCheck out popular hangouts and hidden gems in St. George.
// 8CASey SCOttGet the iNsider on Casey Scott's favorites in and around Salt Lake.
// 10eNteRtAINMeNtSplash around in the greatest water attractions in Utah and don't miss your local farmers markets.
// 18DININgGet introduced to two new eateries - Flatbread and Bonneville Brewery.
// 24StyLeheat up your wardrobe with some sizzlin' accessories and clothing.
// 30DAtebOOkFind something to do all month long and don't miss some of the year's most popular events.
6 iN maGaziNE | JUNE 2013
48 hOUrS iN //ST. GEORGE
tuacahn Amphitheatre Built in the shadow of the 1500-foot spectacular red rock cliffs, the tuacahn amphitheatre and Center for the arts brings Broadway in the Desert to southern Utah! this summer, tuacahn brings Utahs finest actors (new and seasoned), in some of Broadways greatest productions under the stars. the 2013-14 season includes mary Poppins, thoroughly modern millie, Disneys mulan and Starlight Express.
tuacahn Amphitheatre, Ivins www.tuacahn.org
the Painted Ponya culinary island in Southern Utah, the Painted Pony brings a touch of southwestern flavor and intriguing flavors to St. George. the restaurant, tucked away in ancestor Square, is a combination of southwest art, great food, fresh flowers and in the evening a romantic atmosphere with subdued lighting and patio dining. Using fresh ingredients and delicate flavoring, the Painted Pony is truly a culinary art. an extensive wine list, generous portions, attentive service, and reasonable prices will convince you to return time and again.2 West St. george boulevard, St. george www.painted-pony.com
Celebrity Concert SeriesCelebrity Concert Series audiences will thrill to some of the finest artists and entertainment available anywhere in the world. From russian ballet to opera and chamber orchestrasCCS presents world famous artists from all over the world from October 15 to march 29.
Cox Performing Arts Center 325 South 700 east, St. george www.dixie.edu/concerts
With a temperature
soaring to a balmy 100
degrees outside, St.
George has the hottest
ticket around! From
Broadway in the
Desert to the towering
walls of Zion National
Park, there is something
for everyone this
summer in St. George. Disney
green Valley Spa and HotelSt. Georges Green Valley Spa has been rated as the best mid-sized spa in america by Spa Finder magazine, and one of the top-3 in the world by travel & Leisure. if you are looking for a destination spa experience to get away from it all, Green Valley Spa is the place to stay, play and relax.
1871 West Canyon View Drive, St. george www.greenvalleyspa.com
48 Hours INeAtS NIgHtLIFe CONCeRtSSHOP MUSt-DO
Anasazi Steakhouse & gallerythe use of stones for cooking is not altogether new at anasazi Steakhouse volcanic rocks are heated in a special oven and then placed onto specially-designed stoneware plates made to withstand the intense heat. the rocks are then delivered to your table along with your entree selection. a specialty dining experience in every sense of the word, anasazi Steakhouse offers fondue appetizers and desserts along with the hot rock cooking which is enjoyed in an art gallery setting.
1234 West Sunset boulevard, St. george www.anasazisteakhouse.com
Zion National Parkzion National Park has many won-ders around every turn of the road. You dont have to walk the trails or hike the climbs to see the beauty of Nature that is zion. Driving the road from the zion-mt. Carmel highway down to the Visitors Center you can look for turnouts to stop and gaze at the amazing formations of cliffs, mesas, and mountains. however, you cant help but want to get out and hike the many trails the canyon of-fers. take time to visit the old lodge for a quick meal.
Route 9, Springdale www.nps.gov/zion
Veyo Pool a well-known secret among locals, Veyo Pool, is hidden away in a small town just a few miles north of St. George. a beautiful natural spring fed swimming pool, the pool is located within a small basalt canyon. the building of this pool back in the 1920s gives it quite a history. recent renovations and improvements make it an enjoyable place to spend your day, especially on the hot summer days that southern Utah offer. theres also Crawdad Canyon known for its rock climbing and perfect for the kids who will love spending the day catching crawdads out of the creek that runs through the canyon.
287 east Veyo Resort Road, Veyo www.veyopool.com
vote for your favorites!
Visit us online and Vote for your faVorites!
choiceawards.sltrib.comfor advertising information contact Jenn Miya at 801-204-6383 or email@example.com
diningRestauRant woRth a spluRge
utah oRiginals Kid-fRiendly RestauRants
nightlifeBaRs/nightcluBs live music venues
arts/culturepeRfoRming aRts gRoups
mountain BiKe tRailssKi Runs
destinationstouRist spotsfamily outingsscenic dRives
Cast your Votes today
8 iN maGaziNE | JUNE 2013
Casey Scotts an awesome dude.
KUtV Channel 2 personality Casey Scott is a Utah favorite. Get the iNside scoop on his favorite things to do, see and eat in the Beehive State.
What are you most excited to do in Salt Lake this summer? Golf, golf, and more golf. and when im done with that, even more golf.
What do you love most about Utah?the 3 seasons. i say 3 because we always get a little short changed on spring. i also love the diversity of the landscape, from the lakes to the mountains and red rock.
Whats the best family day out for you and your family? Utah has so many great options for a day out with the family. my family loves Lagoon, hogle zoo, and the Natural history museum. if you want to do it on the cheap, Utahs mountains are one big playground. We love hikes up Waterfall Canyon near Ogden, a drive up to Park City, or maybe a hop, skip, and plunge into one of Utahs many lakes. i guess the best part of family day out would be the fact that you get a day with the family.
Where are you most excited to take your friends when they come to visit?Utah is one of those states where people who dont live here ask, Whats so great about Utah? the amazing red rocks of moab and St. George, to start. Or how about the clean, cool air of Park City or a quiet night with a million stars on the top of a houseboat in Lake Powell?
Whats the best guys night out venue? id have to say a Jazz game, a real Salt Lake soccer game, or a road trip to Wendover. honestly, i would prefer a crowded poker table in the basement of a friends house.
What are the best date night places?With three kids, we take our date nights pretty seriously because they are far and few between. One of our favorite dates was dinner at market Street Grill and then a play at Capitol theaterWicked was wicked!
Where is your favorite place to summer road trip in Utah?hands down, Lake Powell. it is a magical place. Growing up, Lake Powell was one trip we always looked forward to. it doesnt get better than waterskiing on glass in the early morning and hourly dips to cool off in the afternoon, not to mention the sky full of stars every night.
Where is your favorite place to cool off in the summer?Cherry hill in Kaysville. my kids love it, and i really enjoy doing laps around the lazy river all summer long.
What event are you most excited for this summer?im a jokerand ex smoker and a midnight toker Steve miller Band at red Butte Garden. if you have never been you really need to gothere is no prettier place to see a concert.
What is your most embarrassing moment on the air?You know, my job for the most part consists of me doing embarrassing things on the air all the time, but every once in a while, my shirt will creep up a little more th