A Trio of Trio, Pop-Up at Red Moose, and Brunch Buzz 

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A Trio of Trio
Café Trio first opened its doors in Salt Lake City (680 S. 900 East) in 2002. The success of the downtown restaurant was followed in 2005 with the opening of a second location, this one in Cottonwood Heights (6405 S. 3000 East). And now, according to owners Mikel Trapp, Dan Camp and Jimmy Santangelo, a third Trio is coming our way in early 2017. The new eatery will be located in Park City's Kimball Junction, across from Whole Foods at 6585 Landmark Drive. The restaurant offers flatbreads, stone-fired pizzas, small plates, pastas, salads, soups, and entrées with an innovative wine, beer and cocktail selection in a relaxed atmosphere—no reservations needed. TrioDining.com

Pop-Up at Red Moose
Chef Katie Weinner—a popular contestant on Bravo TV's Top Chef—spent the summer in Montana. Now she's back in Utah and is rebooting her SLC Pop, which showcases five-course seasonal menus in an intimate dinner-party atmosphere. The next pop-up dinner will be held at Red Moose Coffee (1693 S. 900 East, Salt Lake City) on Saturday, Dec. 3, beginning at 7 p.m. The cost for the dinner—which will feature fall flavors—is $75 per person and reservations can be made online at SLCPop.com. You can also email Katie for additional information at info@slcpop.com.

Brunch Buzz
Ogden's Zucca Trattoria (225 25th St., 801-475-7077) now serves weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. In addition to traditional American-style brunch items like eggs Benedict, hash, breakfast skillets and such, Zucca chefs Geraldine Sepulveda and Lulu Balas also offer dolce selections like scones, crepes and bombollinis (Italian-style ricotta doughnuts), salads, breakfast sandwiches, pizza, pasta and omelets. Brunch beverages include sangria, bellinis, mimosas, Café Ibis coffee, Italian sodas, fresh juices and a full wine, beer and cocktail selection. For more information and a complete brunch menu visit MyZucca.com.

Quote of the week: "If you really want to make a friend, go to someone's house and eat with him. The people who give you their food give you their heart."

Cesar Chavez

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