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This historic neighborhood to the north has the second-sweetest moniker [don’t forget Sugar House] of the Salt Lake districts, and it happens to be home to some pretty irresistable residents, as well. So named for the abundance of fruit trees cropped up back in them wagon train days, the streets of this LGBT-friendly district have scrum-diddly-uptious names like Apricot, Quince, and Walnut. The Marmalade outfit is home to the Utah Pride Center and the Salt Lake Acting Company [and soon enough, a new city library]. Simply put, Marmalade is the jam.

Salt Lake City Marmalade Neighborhood Map