When Executive Chef Marco Silva and his partner Steve Cappellucci, began a journey to bring international cuisine and discerning flavors from around the world to Salt Lake City, there couldn’t have been a more picture perfect place to transform than an old two story pre-Victorian soft-fired brick house built in 1878. The Charleston Draper was born. Where comfort, atmosphere, and delicious cuisine
come together in one place.
Dine under the stars amid tea-cup lights adorning 50 foot tall oak trees, where water trickles from a nearby Italian stone fountain and
music of soft jazz plays the night away.
Or, dine indoors in five unique rooms with elegant crystal chandeliers that give sparkle to brilliant evenings at palaces and manor houses across Europe. Sip on a cocktail, or enjoy an appetizing artichoke soufflé or baked brie while possibly getting Chef Silva to play “Unforgettable” on the baby grand piano. Taste Chef Silva’s coq au vin blanc, Cognac creamed filet mignon, Brazilian fish stew, lobster mac & cheese, or his internationally acclaimed herbed salmon, to name a few. Relax with friends over after-dinner drinks, cappuccino, and homemade croissant bread pudding or a local favorite, affogato.
While the perfect evening at The Charleston Draper is a wonderful way to wind down a busy day, The Charleston Draper is also known for homemade soups, salads, sandwiches and pastas for casual lunchtime dining. And if short rib-hash, apple & pecan porridge, or herbed baked eggs are to your liking, then weekend brunch is a must. The Charleston Draper is your destination for an enjoyable experience.