Last Course on Regent Street in City Creek.
We specifically chose our Regent Street location because of it's flavorful history. Known as Plum Ally in the 1960's, Regent Street was home to many Chinese immigrants who flag-shipped international markets and restaurants. Later in the 1870's to the 1930s, this area renamed to Commercial Street and became Salt Lake's notorious red light district.
By the 20th century, Regent Street had become the center for headline news, churning papers for The Sale Lake Tribune and Deseret News. Today, Regent Street is the heart of Salt Lake City's cultural core and home to the top tasting desserts and ice creams around town.