Greek and French restaurants in Salt Lake City will be replaced by Italian eateries

May 23, 2019 374

BY: Kathy Stephenson

After 16 years — and the recent loss of its state liquor license — Aristo’s Greek Restaurant in east Salt Lake City has closed for good. The loss of the Mediterranean restaurant near the University of Utah at the end of April follows the January shutdown of the beloved French-inspired Paris Bistro on the corner of 1500 South and 1500 East.

While diners are still mourning these two international favorites — with prime locations and alluring patios — neither location will remain shuttered for long. Both soon will be Italian eateries. The Aristo’s location, 244 S. 1300 East, will become Osteria Amore, while the Paris Bistro site is set to become La Trattoria di Francesco, the sixth restaurant for the Utah-based Sicilia Mia restaurant chain.

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