So named for the abundance of fruit trees cropped up back in those wagon train days, the streets of this LGBT-friendly district have tasty names like Apricot, Quince, and Walnut. The Marmalade outfit is home to the Utah Pride Center, Mountain West Hard Cider, and a shiny, new city library.View Listings in this Area
117 W Apricot Ave, Salt Lake City, 84103 / Marmalade
650 N 350 W #141, Salt Lake City, 84103 / Marmalade
650 N 300 W #234, Marmalade, 84103 / Marmalade
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. Tree-lined streets, friendly peeps. Simply put, Marmalade is the jam.
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