Salt Lake 2002 Retrospective
Hosted by Christian Napier, Salt Lake 2002 Retrospective gives listeners a "back of house" or behind the scenes look into the planning and delivery of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter and Paralympic Winter Games, through interviews with the very people who organized them.
See below for the Spotify playlist and the list of favorite restaurants!
Email if you want to share your story as a SLOC staff member, contractor or volunteer!
Salt Lake 2002 Retrospective - Spotify Playlist
Do you have a song that, when you hear it, brings back memories of working on the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter and Paralympic Winter Games?
The playlist includes songs nominated by former SLOC staff, volunteers and contractors that helped deliver the Games and shared their stories on the podcast. Click to listen in Spotify and don't forget to follow the playlist!
Scroll down to see a map of SLOC workforce favorite restaurants, or scroll up to listen to the podcast.
If you would like to participate in the Salt Lake 2002 Retrospective project please email .
Songs not on Spotify (links to YouTube)
Moulin Rouge | Come What May (Techno Remix)
Aretha Franklin | Carry the Flame
Peter Graves (announcer) | Salt Lake 2002 Opening Ceremony
Bryn Terfel, London Symphony Orchestra | Going Home
Salt Lake 2002 Retrospective - Favorite Restaurants
Eateries since closed (and other nominations)
The Globe Cafe
The Lazy Moon Saloon
The Royal Eatery (now Apollo Burger)
Mountain Air Cafe (Park City - now Squatters)
Cafe Trang (the old Crane building location)
The Crocodile Lounge
Tuscany (in the Avenues)
Big City Soup
Natalie Moldover's Jerk Chicken (nominated by Roger Baugh)
Wasatch Brewing Company (now in Sugarhouse)
Macaroni Grill (now by Fashion Place Mall)
Big Ass Coffee
Boston Deli (old location - nearby location on map)
The Trolley Wing Company
Texaco Station at Kimball Jct exit
Baci | Cafe Pierpont | The New Yorker
Rancho Bowling Lanes
Wings & Things
Iggy's Sports Grill
Big City Soup
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