Sandy is a city in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, located about 13 miles from Salt Lake City and one of the largest cities in Salt Lake County. Located at the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains, the city is the location of the Rio Tinto soccer stadium, which hosts Real Salt Lake and Utah Royals FC home games, as well as concerts and other large events. The Hale Center Theatre offers a range of high quality theatre performances from the large Mountain America Performing Arts Centre.
1.Rio Tinto Stadium
Rio Tinto Stadium is an American soccer stadium in Sandy, Utah. It is a home stadium for National Women's Soccer League club Utah Royals FC and Major League Soccer club Real Salt Lake. The stadium opened in 2008, with the capacity of 20,213 for soccer. It can be expanded to more than 25,000 for concerts. The stadium hosted the MLS All-Star Game in 2009 of the 2011 CONCACAF Champions League Finals and the 2013 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. It also hosted the 2015 CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship and the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup. Rio Tinto hosted The Eagles concert in 2009, the first concert ever held at the stadium, and Paul McCartney concert in 2010, the first time McCartney had done a show in Utah.
9256 State St, Sandy, UT 84070, Phone: 844-732-5849
2.Hale Centre Theatre
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The Hale Center Theatre is a family theatre company in Sandy, Utah, established originally in 1986 by Ruth and Nathan Hale in southern California. The Theatre performs from The Mountain America Performing Arts Centre, completed in 2017, with the seating capacity of 130,000 square feet. It is the only professional theatre venue in the area. Hale Center Theatre offers a repertoire of classic plays and musical theatre, performed on two indoor stages, Young Living Centre Stage with the seating for 910 and the 467-seat Sorensen Legacy Jewel Box Stage for more intimate productions. Their mission is to provide professional, high quality family theatre and theatre education. Hale Center has 24,000 subscribers and is considered one of the highest attended professional theatres in the country. It has been voted 'Best of State' for 12 years in a row.
9900 S Monroe St, Sandy, UT 84070, Phone: 801-984-9000
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Royal India is an upscale, spacious Indian restaurant in Sandy, Utah, offering diverse menu from many different parts of the country, both north and south. The dining room is decorated with original pieces of art from India and magnificent murals of the most famous scenes from the country. Chef and owner Emanuel Shantakhumar uses only the freshest produce and original spices he brings from India. He mixes and grinds curry from scratch and makes his own yoghurt and cheese. The menu includes everyone’s favorites such as samosas, pakoras, tandoori chicken and lentils, but also offers original dishes, chef’s specials, such as Lamb Rojan Josh with boneless lamb stewed with cumin, tomatoes, ginger, bay leaves, cream and spices.
10263 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094, Phone: 801-572-6123
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Located in The Commons at Southtowne in Sandy, Utah, CoreLife Eatery is a bright, modern counter-serve eatery serving large menu of health food suitable for a range of diets and health needs. They make everything from scratch with fresh whole foods and local, seasonal ingredients free from GMOs, artificial colors, trans fats, artificial sweeteners, and other additives. The menu includes fresh, hearty salads, bone broth bowls, grain bowls, warm rice bowls, soups, and protein-packed plates. The dishes are perfect for those following vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, Paleo, Keto, Whole30 and other trendy diets. Their mission is to bring clean, healthy meals that tastes great and is nutritious and filling.
10395 State St, Sandy, UT 84070, Phone: 385-237-3570
5.Bhutan House Restaurant
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Bhutan House is an informal, no-nonsense eatery in a small strip mall in Sandy, Utah, offering Indian, Nepalese, & Bhutanese cuisine and a popular lunch buffet. This family-owned restaurant prepares authentic Indian, Nepalese, and Bhutanese dishes that include both meat and vegan options. The all-you-can-eat all vegan lunch buffet on Thursdays is the best way to taste as many dishes as possible and learn about the fascinating, unique and delicioius food of these three countries that share many characteristics but are also vastly different. Along with the traditional Indian flatbreads, curries and tandoori meats, the menu also includes ema datshi, a chile and cheese stew, which is considered the national dish of Bhutan. There is also thupa, a hot noodle soup from Nepal that is available in vegetable, chicken, lamb or shrimp versions. Also from Nepal are delicious hand-formed steamed dumplings filled with meat or vegetables called momos.
1241 E 8600 S, Sandy, UT 84094, Phone: 801-679-0945
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