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Downtown Salt Lake City has a wide variety of dining venues, from mouthwatering steak to fast food. Many restaurants are within walking distance of the conference hotel or accessible via lightrail (TRAX). The information below provides a handful of details. For a complete list of options by cuisine or location, go tovisitsaltlake.com.
Salt Lake City, the “Crossroads of the West,” is known for being easily accessible by car, rail, bus, and air. It is also one of the easiest cities to navigate while visiting. Located in the center of the downtown area, the Plaza Hotel is a short walk to the Family History Library, shopping, restaurants, historical sights, and many event venues.
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