The Utah Jazz and Vivint Smart Home Arena have announced a new partnership with Levy Restaurants to manage food and beverage experiences at the downtown Salt Lake City facility when it debuts its $125 million renovation in October.
New luxury suites and club space highlight the Vivint Smart Home Arena renovation, which will revitalize F&B options and showcase the preparation of fresh food at working kitchens in dining areas.
More than 30 local restaurants and vendors will be included as food providers next season. The four corners of the main concourse will feature specialty menus with barbecue from R&R, hand-tossed pizzas from Maxwell’s, Mexican food from El Chubasco, and gourmet hamburgers and signature beef sandwiches from Cubby’s. Utah favorites JDawgs polish and beef hot dogs and Hire’s old-fashioned drive-in style burgers are also joining CupBop Korean barbecue and Zao Asian Café.
The Jazz-Levy joint venture, known as Salted Honey Hospitality, also extends to other properties in the Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment portfolio, including Smith’s Ballpark (the home of the Triple-A baseball Salt Lake Bees), the Tour of Utah professional cycling stage race, and the NBA G League’s Salt Lake City Stars.
In total, Levy will now serve more than two million guests annually through Salted Honey Hospitality.
- Utah Jazz
- Vivint Smart Home Arena
- Salt Lake Bees
- Levy Restaurants
- National Basketball Association
- Minor League Baseball
- Food & Beverage