Everything You Need In 9th & 9th
The 9th & 9th area, about two and a half miles from the center of downtown, is one of Salt Lake’s best-kept secrets. It’s a great place to shop local boutiques, catch a movie at the Tower Theatre, and grab some gelato on your way home. Oh, and did we mention it has a complete ‘locals only’ way of life? From the locally owned Coffee Garden to the neighborhood Centered City Yoga studio, this area shuns the likes of big business names like Starbucks.
The architecture around the area ranges from charming turn-of-the-century bungalows to scattered new builds and remodels. The sidewalks welcome you to walk to the local shops and the roads great bikers, giving them their own bike lane. Basically, the 9th & 9th area is a bohemian mecca for those who want to live the quiet life, but not stray far from the streets of downtown.
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Dining and Shopping
This lovely area has a little something for everybody. Grab a lunch at the 9th South Delicatessen, go south of the border at Barbacoa Mexican Grill, or head a little further east for some authentic Middle Eastern grub at Mazza.
Looking for some entertainment after dinner? Catch a flick at the Tower Theatre. Want something a little sweeter? Get homemade gelato at Dolcetti Gelato.
There are Trax stations just a couple blocks away and bus stops all along the streets that make the ride into downtown effortless.
Bikers have their own lanes, which makes the completely flat commute to work a breeze on your bicycle.
The nearest freeway entrance is only 5 minutes away. Head straight down 900 south until you hit West Temple and you’ll be on your way to I15 or I80.