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The Post District is poised to be the new “it” neighborhood in Salt Lake City
Utah Business, March 17, 2023 | It’s an early Thursday evening inside of Urban Hill, and the recently opened restaurant is bustling. Urban Hill employees—or “associates,” as they are referred to here—mix cocktails at the bar and prep dinners at the raw bar attached to the open kitchen. Bottles glisten inside a sparkling wine room lined wall-to-wall with hand-selected flavors, and the sommelier is on-hand to discuss which wine pairs best with each menu item.
Patrons are spread out around the restaurant. Some are sitting bar-top watching the action unfold; others are nestled in tables by the fireplace in a space connected to a spacious patio—one of two spots in the fine-dining restaurant designed specifically to host events.
Though busy, the atmosphere is calm and collected, comfortable yet glamorous. Dining inside of Urban Hill feels like being let in on a secret that soon enough, everyone will know.
The Salt Lake Tribune, December 4, 2022 | Urban Hill is set to open this month downtown, in the new Post District development.
The company that owns two of Park City’s better-known restaurants — Hearth and Hill and Hill’s Kitchen — is getting ready to open its first restaurant in Salt Lake City, in a new downtown development.
Urban Hill, set to open Dec. 15, will be located at 550 S. 300 West — one of the first businesses to open in the Post District, a major development that’s been in the works for more than two years.
“We’ll be the first restaurant in a part of Salt Lake that we’re quite confident and optimistic will become a very vital, energetic part of the city,” said David Kirchheimer, co-owner of Leave Room For Dessert Eateries, the group that owns all three restaurants.