We love this place!!!. Sports, Drinks, Good Food and no FRICKIN' Kids. One of our favorite gathering places with friends, we bring all of our out-of-town guests when they come to visit. Keep your tavern license 'cause we are sick of going out to eat and listening to peoples out of control children at other establishments.
relaxing restaurant. perfext place to relax, service was good and very roomy
Great service - NOT!!!. I took my mother and grandmother for Mothers Day Brunch..The servers were just plan rude.
Craving comfort food? This American roadhouse serves what you're looking for in a casual, comfortable atmosphere..
It's spacious, with a busy bar on one side, a row of booths opposite and a half-dozen televisions within easy visual reach. There are pool tables too, but most folks seem content to nestle in the booths and enjoy themselves. A lively buzz suggests that patrons are happy here, and with good reason, given the quality of the food and the reasonable prices.
The menu offers up the comforts of home and tasty bar food, like the artichoke dip and nacho platter. Seasonal specials such as steamers and a pulled pork sandwich round things off. Pasta specials and attractive salads balance heavier menu options, like the meat loaf and chicken-fried steak. Choose from plenty of local beers to wash it all down.
great place to hang out.
Home made food, best beer selection in town, great friendly service, and a terrific atmosphere complete with leather couches and padded bar stools.
The place is FUN FUN FUN and we can afford to go there a couple times a week. They truly cater to their "loyal customers"...calling us by name and even giving a discount to those of us who frequent Fiddler's. The Sunday brunch is the best kept secret in town. Bar non---our fave place.
NO ONE UNDER 21. When we went there to eat dinner one night, we found out it was a pub. NO ONE UNDER 21 ALLOWED INSIDE. DO NOT LIKE THIS LAW!!!
Delightful Pub. It's hard to find a pub in Utah that is as pleasant as Fiddler's Elbow. Special kudos to James the Bartender, Cindy the Shift Manager, Al the New Owner (be sure to stop by to see his box), Sue the Brunch Omelette Person, and the rest of the terrific wait-staff.
Sugarhouse needs a REAL pub. What I wouldn't give to have a REAL pub here in Sugarhouse! Since moving back here two years ago I've craved a quality, no-frills, neighborhood style pub to call my own. (And no, The Tap Room doesn't cut it). I thought I had found a potential candidate when I began visiting Fiddler's Elbow. But the place can't figure out if it wants to be a pub or a restaurant. A pub with a kitchen I can understand, but a restaurant with a bar is no pub! The food is good enough to fill a void, no more. The beer is all weak 'Utah' beer (thanks to the "tavern" licence they hold), some of it good, some of it swill. Bartenders have very little conversational/social skills and waitresses unattractive all (very politically incorrect I know). I understand the ownership has recently changed, so here's hoping for some improvement.
Great Place!!. I was pleasantly surprised by Fiddler's Elbow, given that some of the other reviews about this place were negative. The food was decent and the atmosphere was great. I love the fact there are TV screens everywhere. This is a great place to hang out with friends. I can't wait to go back!
Good Beer/Good Food.
Love the selection of beers on tap! And this place has some of the best fish and chips I've had. They use Salmon for their fish and chips...very tasty. Also really like the artichoke dip.
Nice open feeling - big screens to watch a game and pool tables that are well maintained.
Love that there is no smoking inside but smokers can still suck a butt out on the patio.
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