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STORY BY KEITH MANLEY, PHOTOS BY DAVID NEWKIRK

Hot and Happening

Take a stroll through downtown Salt Lake City and you will find the coffee movement is alive and well. Salt Lake City offers a wide variety of destinations to enjoy a cuppa joe. Shayli Hone made sure she pointed out the unique local art on the walls, and let me know the coffee is sourced locally from the Meridian Coffee Co. She also suggested I try the ‘Van Halen,’ a delicious vanilla hazelnut latte. Like the hit 80’s song, it made me want to “jump!”

Eva’s Bakery Boulangerie 155 S Main Just a few steps south of City Creek Center, past the shiny new Eccles Theater, you will encounter a bright blue storefront and a wonderful French bakery experience. Featuring an amazing staff, Eva’s coffee is as hot as it is fresh. Brewed and served with a smile and lots of love, plus an assortment of delectable French pastries for the choosing. Three Pines Coffee 165 S Main Keep heading south on Main and you will find

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yourself in midst of Three Pines… Coffee that is. Owner’s Meg Frampton and Nick Price started their Salt Lake City coffee venture from a cart and have grown into a fine establishment. Meg’s sister Jade, who helps with day-to-day operations, says, “Three Pines’ focus is on quality and simplicity. We want our patrons to enjoy the experience and not be distracted by a complicated menu.” Coffee is sourced from Heart, a small branch coffee supplier out of Portland. Try the ‘Beehive Baller,’ a daily brew, hot or cold with chocolate, vanilla and delicious house-made almond milk.

DOWNTOWN THE MAGAZINE: FALL/WINTER 2017

Nostalgia 248 E 100 South Venture up 100 South and you’ll find a quaint neighborhood coffee house with a fitting name: Nostalgia. The space is a regular spot for workfrom-anywhere locals and students due to their super fast Wi-Fi. Barista

The Rose Establishment 235 S 400 West Craving amazing food and baked goods along with brewed-to-order coffee? Look no further than The Rose Establishment. Owner Erica O’Brien has created something special in this unique location off of 400 West. Try one of their rotating drinks of the week with house-made cashew milk. The coffee is sourced from Four Barrel Coffee (from San Francisco), and is one of the most spacious areas to sip your daily brew.

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Downtown Magazine - 2017 Fall / Winter  

Downtown Magazine - 2017 Fall / Winter  

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