The Hidden Charms of Holladay
Holladay sits east of Murray and north of Cottonwood Heights. It’s a charming area where many homes have spacious yards, gated communities, and an array of architecture ranging from Tuscan to traditional. Most of the properties are nestled off of main roads and masked by large tree-lined drives. The wooded nature of Holladay is truly part of the charm of this neighborhood. The winding roads lined with towering trees transport you to another place full of hidden charm.
Although the area is mostly residential, there are small blocks of local business districts and shopping centers scattered throughout. The new shopping center in the heart of Holladay has become the place to grab a cup of coffee, do a little boutique shopping, or eat at some of Salt Lake’s own favorite eateries including Caputo’s Deli and Taqueria 27.
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Dining and Shopping
Holladay has many dining options for your every mood. Layla Mediterranean Grill and Mezze has some of the best Middle Eastern food in the valley. If you’re looking for something a little more spicy you’ll have to try Spice Bistro. Lastly, if you’re looking for some authentic Italian then Tuscany is the place for you. When living in this area, you’ll have to try all three.
With bus stops scattered throughout the area it’s possible to make public transportation part of your commute.
The Holladay area is about a 20 minute drive to downtown Salt Lake. However, it’s easy to find freeway entrances around this area making any commute easier.