Finn’s opened at the peak of Parley’s Summit in 1950 and is now open for business in Sugarhouse. As both of our parents have said, “Oh look, Finn’s is open again.” It’s a welcome reopening: We love a restaurant with a great location, a little legacy, and an authentic/American menu—all packed in a sharp little Art Deco-inspired building, topped off with classic wooden floors.
Open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Finn’s is currently more of a luncheonette. We’re big fans of their Norwegian Waffles (with lingonberries and sour cream), for $6.50. But the Basil Tofu Scramble, $6.50, Pyttipanna (tidbits of beef with potatoes and fresh vegetables topped with a poached egg), $7.50, and Jule Kake French Toast, $7.50, are on the list for next time. Yep, next time.
For lunch, you can try a class Wiener Schnitzel, $8.50, or a Reuben sandwich, $8.50. We also think Greta’s Lemonade, $2.50, and a strawberry, apple and live smoothie, for $3.50, sound tasty.
And be sure to take an apple as you leave.