Speaking on Business: The Tin Angel
The Tin Angel is a Salt Lake City destination, located in a historic home across from Pioneer Park.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
It doesn’t get any more Utah than to have a restaurant in a historic home located across from Pioneer Park. It’s called the Historic Pioneer Park Area because of its ties to Salt Lake City’s pioneer beginnings. Born and raised Utahns, owners Jerry and Kestrel Liedtke felt like they found the perfect home in their antique building when they opened The Tin Angel, and it’s winning numerous awards every year. This is a downtown Salt Lake City destination!
The Tin Angel is a great restaurant to visit with their outside dining and delectable entrees like Three Sisters Rainbow Trout or the Espresso Beef Tenderloin, served on a bed of cauliflower mashers. If you’re in the mood for pasta, there’s Penne Arrabiata with Moroccan Meatballs. Kestrel says a do-not-miss is their bread pudding with flavors that change, depending on current harvest. As the chef, Jerry has a European influence in his cooking that spans from Spain to North Africa, showing his diverse interest in food
As for the name, Jerry’s father ran a restaurant and bar in downtown Salt Lake City in the 60s called the Tin Angel, which Jerry always loved. So, when he and Kestrel opened their restaurant, they named it The Tin Angel after his father’s business.
See the menu and make reservations online at www.thetinangel.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
The Tin Angel
365 W. 400 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84032