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The Bayou is Utah's #1 choice for great beer and food. We have the most extensive beer list in Utah with usually around 300 different beers available. Our Cajun influenced menu is sure to have something to please everyone in your group. You must be 21 years of age or older to visit The Bayou. "Welcome to Beervana"
Awards and Accolades
- We are a Best of City Weekly winner for the past 9 years running.
- We won a Salt Lake Magazine Restaurant award for "Best Comfort Food".
- One of the 100 best places to drink in America -Imbibe Magazine
- "The beer connoisseur’s paradise" - GQ Magazine Sept 2009
- A winner of Esquire.com's 2009 "Best Bars in America" Rating
Recent Blog Posts
Shredded Beef Taquitos 6.99
Juicy shredded beef wrapped in corn tortillas and fried to a crisp. Served with tomatillo guacamole for dipping.
Diablo Pizza 9.99
Start with a chipotle sauce and cheese base, then we pile it high with ground beef, tomato, onion and jalapeño peppers.
Carnitas (Pork Tacos) 9.99
Shredded pork served with flour tortillas, pico de gayo, mexi-style rice and beans.
Chicken in Banana Leaves 12.99
Shredded and spiced chicken wrapped in banana leaves, and served with green salsa, rice and flour tortillas. Comes with a side salad.
Tres Leches Cake 5.99
Traditional Mexican cake, soaked in three types of milk, and served with raspberry sauce and whipped cream.
Ommegang Game of Thrones Fire and Blood
Named after the motto of House Targaryen, Fire and Blood is inspired by Daenerys Targaryen and her three dragons, Drogon, Rhaegal and Viserion. To celebrate the rebirth of dragons, three different labels were created by the Game of Thrones visual effects specialists, each depicting one of Daenerys' feared dragons.
Fire and Blood has a deep, dark red hue with a persistent, creamy off-white head. Aromas of ripe fruit, raisins, malt and slight spice, followed by a slightly floral and spicy hop character. A fruity, sweetish malt taste gives way to faint drying provided by the hops and rye. Underlying flavors of raisin and prune from the ancho chilies give way to a balanced malty and spicy finish.
La Trappe Oak Aged Quadruple
What happens when you take La Trappe Quadrupel and age it in a variety of oak barrels? You get a beer that is complex, beautiful, sophisticated and very, very limited.
The brewers at La Trappe use barrels previously used for wine, port, whisky, and sherry to impart a broad range of flavors and then blend these beers together at bottling to make a unique expression of Quadrupel, never to be repeated.
98 points ratebeer.com. 95 points Beeradvocate.com
La Trappe Jubilaris
Limited Release: One Time Only
Brewed to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Abbot Dom Bernardus. Incorporating elements of his two favorite La Trappe beers—Dubbel and Isid'or—Jubilaris is malty, mild and fruity with a dark amber color.
It will not be brewed again.
St. Feuillien Speciale
Speciale is the pinnacle of the brewing art at St. Feuillien. It’s brewed in the middle of the year, aged for a minimum of 6 weeks in cold tanks and then bottle conditioned in the warm room for 2 more weeks. The result is a beer that has clean, delicious flavor and a beautiful, elegant condition. Carbonation is fine, the foam collar is creamy.
Speciale is dark brown, very full bodied and very flavorful. Aromas and flavors of fig, date and currants mingle with allspice, cinnamon and cocoa on the palate and in the nose.
97 points Ratebeer.com
St. Feuillien Belgian Coast IPA
This latest collaboration with Green Flash Brewing is a delicious blend of New World IPA and Belgian tradition. Nice spicy aroma of Belgian yeast, clove, citrus hops, fairly complex stone and tropical fruit.
90 points Ratebeer.com
North Coast Le Merle Saison
A rustic ale, pale in color, inspired by the rich brewing traditions of the Flanders region. Abundant hops and a Belgian yeast strain contribute exotic aromas af tropical fruit.
96 points Ratebeer.com