Why dine in just any restaurant when you can enjoy your meal in a themed eatery? These 10 restaurants all have a unique approach to atmosphere – and delicious food, too. Put them on your dining bucket list!
1. Campfire Lounge
Like cooking on a camp-out...except they do it for you. Foil packet dinners and S'mores. 837 E 2100 S, Salt Lake City.
2. Cottonwood Steakhouse
Communal dining, old town style. If the Will Butler Band dines here, it must be good! 409 W Main St, Bluff.
3. Five Alls Restaurant
A Medieval five-course meal served on pewter dishes in an Old English setting. 1458 South Foothill Drive, Salt Lake City.
4. La Caille
French food in a French countryside atmosphere. This is decadence. 9565 Wasatch Blvd, Sandy
5. Log Haven Restaurant
Millcreek Canyon's most romantic log cabin has everything you'd expect: rustic charm, a waterfall and dishes that include elk, bison and trout. 6451 E Millcreek Canyon Rd
Salt Lake City.
6. Prairie Schooner Steak House
Dine on a tasty steak while sitting in a covered wagon. In the middle of the restaurant, a "camp fire" scene. 445 Park Blvd, Ogden.
7. Snake Creek Grill
Like dining in 1900 -- except with a much more comprehensive menu. Don't let the farmhouse style decor fool you -- the food is modern and creative. 650 W. 100 S., Heber.
8. Timbermine Steakhouse
This themed restaurant seats you in a "mine shaft" while you enjoy your steak. 1701 Park Blvd, Ogden.
Walk into an Italian villa at Tuscany. The decor is warm and charming and the food is amazing. 2832 E 6200 S, Salt Lake City
10. Viking Yurt
It's like dining with the Vikings -- when they weren't in a conquering mood. First you take a sleigh ride, then you enjoy a four-hour dinner, complete with music, toasts and Viking-style frivolity. 1345 Lowell Ave, Park City.