Affordable, high-quality flatbreads, pizzas, soups, salads and pasta dishes are matched by a no-nonsense, economical wine list. In warm weather, it’s hard to beat Café Trio for al fresco dining. The patio is typically bustling with energy. Kick off a meal with Trio’s famous rosemary flatbread or a bowl of steamed Manila clams. Then, launch into more substantial fare such as the wood-roasted natural chicken, pork tenderloin picatta, or cedar-roasted wild salmon. I’m also drawn to Café Trio’s no-nonsense, economical wine list. For kids and kids-at-heart, Trio offers tempting desserts like Tollhouse pie and warm apple cobbler. For adults, there’s an equally tempting array of dessert martinis. And on weekends, Café Trio ought to be at the top of your list of brunch destinations. This up-beat cafe is nestled right outside of downtown Salt Lake City.

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