Utah family opens its third Italian restaurant, bringing pasta, seafood and other ‘sweet Sicily’ flavors to Sugar House

Jun 28, 2018 610

BY: Heather May

Mamma mia! Utah can’t seem to get enough of the Mirenda family and their Sicilian cooking. Francesco and Giuseppe, the father-son duo behind the popular eateries Sicilia Mia and Antica Sicilia, have opened a third in Sugar House, called Dolce Sicilia (with a fourth planned for downtown Salt Lake City later this year).

The name of the newest spot means “sweet Sicily,” and many of the dishes — some imported from the other spots and a few unique to Sugar House — are a treat. If you go for lunch, when the prices were recently 15 percent off, start with the tagliere burrata ($13.95). An ornate cutting board is filled with slices of prosciutto (shaped into roses), a ball of gooey burrata and large, warm figs glazed in a pomegranate and balsalmic vinegar reduction. It’s only on the lunch menu and it’s worth an afternoon trip.

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SOURCE: https://www.sltrib.com

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