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Our Story

It all began with a business trip to the Northwest. Jeff Polychronis and Peter Cole, business partners long before Squatters Pub Brewery came to be, had frequented brewpubs and noticed that they seemed to be “the” place to be for a lot of the locals. So after many nights of appreciating great beer during a year-long pub crawl – where they visited more than 40 brewpubs throughout the West – with a swill and a swallow, Jeff and Peter decided it was time that Salt Lake had a brewpub of its own. Squatters Pub Brewery opened downtown on September 5, 1989.

Squatters table with burger, mash potato, salad and beers.

Our Philosophy

Owner Jeff Polychronis talks about the history and the future of Salt Lake Brewing Co., and its commitment to being a local company.

Locations & Menu

Although much has changed since the first brewpub was opened in 1989, we remain firmly dedicated to our original goal of providing our customers world-class delicious food, handcrafted beer, and a welcoming environment. Enjoy!

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Squatters, downtown Salt Lake City location.
Squatters, airport location.

147 W. Broadway
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 363-2739

SLC International Airport
776 N Terminal Dr
Terminal A
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
(385) 229-4002

Hours:

Monday-Friday
11:30am-11pm

Saturday-Sunday
10:30am-11pm

Hours:

Monday-Sunday
8am-12am

Table Reservations

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Squatters Pub Brewery
147 W. Broadway (300 South)
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

(801) 363-2739

DOWNTOWN

Event Calendar

Private Events

At our downtown location, Squatters offers a warm, open atmosphere for private parties and banquets and is capable of accommodating nearly any size function with unmatched convenience and hospitality. Our many menu selections include breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with both plated and buffet service options available.

Squatters Private Events The Loft

The Loft

Squatters Private Events The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed