Third Laziz Kitchen location to open in downtown Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City — Laziz Kitchen is excited to announce the opening of its third location! This time, they’re setting up shop in downtown Salt Lake City located at 152 East 200 South. With a warm and inviting atmosphere, great service, and delicious food, the Laziz Kitchen/Laziz Foods Group, the Netto and Hannon family, are excited to welcome fans of the eatery and new customers alike.
“As we expand Laziz Kitchen to the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, I can’t help but be excited for our future as an adored local favorite,” says Blake and Jennifer Hannon, co-owners of Laziz Kitchen. “The more we grow, the more we settle deep in to our roots of being a family owned business that is passionate about good food and the health and wellness of our community.”
Laziz Kitchen will hold a grand opening on September 12, 2022. There’s no better place to get your fix of not-so-traditional Lebanese cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere. Come in and enjoy the Zaatar Roasted Veggie Bowl, famous Hummus, fried Cauliflower Florets, or the ever-popular Lamb Burger.
“Bringing Laziz Kitchen to the heart of downtown feels so right,” says co-founder of Laziz Kitchen, Derek Kitchen. “Laziz Kitchen is a product of Salt Lake’s diverse and energetic food community, and I’m so proud to keep growing with our city.”
Laziz Kitchen is a local favorite rooted in a fresh and fun atmosphere, good food, community engagement, and a strong passion for bringing culinary diversity to Salt Lake City.
“The Netto/Hannon family and Derek Kitchen are very pleased to extend their Laziz restaurant offerings to the downtown Salt Lake community,” says John and Catherine Netto, co-owners of Laziz Kitchen. “The new location at 2nd South and Edison street joins our Granary District and Midvale locations in offering fresh, locally-sourced, modern Mediterranean food that we all enjoy, and hope you will too! We’re emerging from the last two years with great hopes for the hearts and appetites of our community and appreciate the support of our friends and families.”