Repurposed vintage Coleman lanterns serve as patio lights welcoming guests to the Campfire Lounge’s front door. The patio is spacious with seating at tables, in chairs by the fire pits or you can lean on one of the bars. Campfire Lounge is also dog-friendly, should you want to spend some quality patio time with your pup.
Inside, you’ll find barstool seating, a pool table and pinball machines. The paneled walls and ceiling create a cozy fishing lodge vibe.
Owners Seth Radford and Haylen LaTorre got the concept for the lounge while sitting around the fire one night on camping trip in the mountains. LaTorre said, “Is there anything better than campfire lounging?”
The bar serves local, domestic and imported beers and ciders, wine by the glass and a broad selection of liquors and “camp-out” themed cocktails.
The food menu includes camping favorites, such as the Hobo Dinner, served in aluminum foil, that includes protein options for carnivores and vegetarians alike. Bar staples like chicken wings, fries, tater tots and Spam fries are also available. More substantial offerings include salads, sandwiches and burgers while Tot-chos (nachos made with tater tots instead of chips) and the mac ’n’ cheese bites could round out any order.
If day-drinking on the weekend is more your thing, Campfire Lounge can hook you up with $3 mimosas, Manmosas (pale ale with a shot of OJ) or bloody marys. Or, try a s’mores-tini, served with a chocolate-and-graham-cracker crusted rim and toasted marshmallow.
Everything on the menu is available at brunch with the addition of a few brunch-only specials. Try the chicken and waffles, breakfast biscuit or the Big Bubba (biscuits, fried chicken, eggs and cheese all smothered in country gravy).
837 E. 2100 South, SLC