The name Pago is derived from the Spanish word for a single vineyard. In 2003, Spain created the DO Pago designation that refers to exceptional Spanish wine grown outside of the traditional growing regions.
878 S. 900 E. - Considered one of the best neighborhoods for living and working in Salt Lake City, the 9th and 9th business district houses established and respected local businesses such as the Tower Theatre, Coffee Garden, The Children's Hour, Contender Bike Shop, Mazza, and Barbacoa to name a few. Pago is proud to be a new member of this community.
Built in 1910, the Woodman Building features original brickwork throughout adding old world charm to the renovated space. Reclaimed wood tables compliment the historic quality of the brick. Additionally, green-building techniques punctuate the restaurant, complimenting the sustainable food and beverage offerings.
Pago is a meritage of contemporary and old world design aesthetics. This combination allows our guests to experience Pago as both their familiar neighborhood restaurant and watering hole with an urban flare. Pago is a great place to grab a casual Belgium beer and an artisan sandwich or to have a multi-course meal paired with one of the 20 wines by the glass.
Farm to Table
Pago is committed to seeking quality products from local farms and local artisans. We feel that the closer we are to the farm, the fresher the food. Getting to know the people who produce the food we eat enriches the local economy and creates meaningful relationships.