We promise to serve you following the strict guidelines outlined by the state of Utah and CDC to help prevent the spread of infectious disease. We check all team members temperatures daily, all team members adorn masks, continuously and meticulously clean and sanitize all areas of the restaurant, and are all eager to safely welcome you! To protect other guests and our team, we ask that you respectfully wear a mask when entering, exiting, walking through the restaurant.
There's no tipping in Veneto, or at VENETO. We've thoughtfully hired a team of hosts, servers, and chefs who are dedicated professionals. And we treat them as such, paying them professional salaries for being an essential part of our team. We don't want you wrapping up an incredible evening crunching numbers for a tip. Any tips received are donated to local charities.
We value time at the table and encourage you to unplug and enjoy a leisurely meal. The experience usually takes about two hours, but it depends on your menu choices. The seven course tasting menu typically requires 2.5 hours.
There is no formal dress code. A smart casual choice fits your visit perfectly.
Yes, we kindly ask that you let us know at the time you make your reservation so we can inform our kitchen team.
There is a private parking lot west of the restaurant. Also, plenty of free street parking available, and our neighbor to the East (Sequel) has kindly offered guests parking privileges after 6pm.
VENETO is conveniently located:
• minutes from downtown Salt Lake City
• 10-15 minutes from SLC International Airport
• directly off the 900 South exit of I-15
• one block north/west of Liberty Park
• a quick, beautiful drive down I-80 from Park City/Deer Valley
• five blocks west of the 9th & 9th district
The coperto [koh-PEHR-toh] is a small per-person fee due in all kinds of restaurants throughout Italy. It is a long-standing Italian custom originating from medieval times. At that time many people used to stop at inns, but, in order to save money, they only ate food brought from home. The innkeepers, unable to sell them food, started to charge these customers for the place they occupied and for the use of cutlery and plates. So, as done in Italy, we simply add a "coperto" (cover charge) of $4 per guest to each check.