Comings and Goings

Comings & Goings: Rye for brunch

By Sophie Silverstone

– By Sophie Silverstone

While Rye was certainly making a splash in the Salt Lake early-morning-to- late-night dining scene since they opened their doors May 2014, as of late February they are focusing their energy and hours on the meal that perhaps Salt Lake adores the most: brunch.

General Manager Jana Van Brocklin explains that owner Chris Wright and the team made the decision to adopt a more limited schedule to make sure the quality is at its best.

If you especially enjoyed the synergy between Rye and Urban Lounge, not to fear, Free Ticket Tuesdays is not going away with the dinner hours. Tuesday, while supplies last, a purchase of an entrée scores you a pre-specified ticket to Urban Lounge. Check Rye’s Instagram page for updates on Free Ticket Tuesdays: @ryeslc.

Rye’s new hours: 9am-2pm, M-F and 9am-3pm, Sat. & Sun.


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This article was originally published on April 5, 2016.