We stopped at the downtown Salt Lake City Spitz location for lunch after we tried the newly open Monkeywrench (vegan ice cream shop). Spitz has 3 locations in Utah and few around the Untied States. You are able to seat either inside or outside on the patio. This is not an exclusive Vegan restaurant, but they are able to make any item on their menu Vegan.
Spitz is serves Mediterranean street food and craft beers and cocktails.
I ordered a classic Mojito.
Sean ordered a Squatters Hop Rising Double IPA.
They also have a water dispenser with lemon, basil and cucumber or plain water on the counter, for self serving.
I ordered the Vegan version of their Mediterranean Doner with falafel, and chose the wrap style. It comes with hummus, kalamata olives, romaine, cabbage, tomato, onion, green pepper, cucumber, and tzatziki.
Sean ordered their most popular wrap, the Vegan version of their Street Cart Done with falafel. This wrap has garlic aioli, fried lavash chips, romaine, cabbage, tomato, onion, green pepper, cucumber, and tzatziki.
We shared an order of their famous, STREET CART FRIES. We asked for the vegan version. It is topped with garlic aioli, onion, green pepper, tomato, olives, and pepperoncinis.
Graham had a few bites of the fries and enjoyed them. We gave him pieces of our falafels and he spit them out. Apparently he isn't a falafel fan. He barely sat in a high chair, and mostly wanted to walk around the restaurant and say hi to everyone.
Sean and I have ate at Spitz a few times and have had pretty good experiences, but we both felt that our falafels were extra dry this time. The rest of our wraps were very tasty, and the fries had a lot of flavor.
This won't steer us away from going here again, because maybe it was a fluke.
Overall Spitz is a pretty decent lunch spot.
Below is information regarding their downtown Salt Lake City location.
11am - 10pm, Mon-Thurs, Sun
11am - Midnight, Fri & Sat
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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