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Trolley Square, Salt Lake City

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
A part of Utah's heritage for over 100 years, Historic Trolley Square offers unique shopping, dining and entertainment in a charming atmosphere. Located at 600 S. 700 E. in Salt Lake City, Utah. Follow on Twitter: @trolleysquareut and Instagram: @trolley_square
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  • To have this listed as a place to visit is so wrong . There are only a few shops and a tiny museum which is only open Friday 3-5 pm . Does not mention to opening times on web sites . We only stayed ab...  read more »
  • There is nothing there. And Cabin Fever is a crude place. Vulgar items! It is a cool building and could be a great shopping center. Waste of time stopping! 
  • Very nice building with a lot of interesting history. Rodizio Grill (Brazilian Steakhouse) is located here. This is actually the reason why we came here. Some other fun shops are here, too: Cabin Feve...  read more »
  • What a cute little 'mall' area. It has a lot of potential when it fills up with more business, but the bookstore there is amazing, and there are a lot of neat shops. I recommend checking it out, it gets better all the time.
  • The condition of the this mall has been sliding downhill since the opening of the gateway in the early 2000's and the opening of City Creek just a few years ago. A questionably large amount of the prestigious stores that once inhabited the mall have vanished. I went to this mail in early September (2016) to see the newly opened Google Fiber store, which was great; hopefully this new store will bring attention to this mail and entice more stores to move in, since half of the stores there are empty. This mall is desperate for a remodel. One complaint I regularly hear is that the lighting is lackluster and insufficient, this causes a very uninviting effect. For example, one of the times I've been there, I wasn't sure if the mall was open because the lighting was so dim. The only store that has a healthy about of lighting is the new Google Fiber store. I recommend only going here to see the pretty nice book store and Pottery Barn; otherwise, the mall provides a medium to view what "luxury" shopping was like before the advent of the newer aforementioned establishments.
  • A great selection of unique shops at the mall. My favorites are Tabula Rasa (cool stationary) and Sam Weller Books (unique/rare book collection). With the addition of Whole Foods, it's a great place to go shopping!
  • An amazing building in a great location. Not nearly enough stores or entertainment options as there was years ago though there are good dining options like desert edge pub.
  • Lots of stores ranging from a gym, multiple shops (clothing, art, decorative, steam punk, vintage books, etc), and even a Whole Foods. The shopping center is incredibly clean, benches are everywhere inside and out, the restrooms are clean and several small eateries are to be found on the second floor. However, there used to be a Bank of America ATM on the second story which is still displayed but it is gone. A simple market center to meet most needs or to kill time.
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