City Dogs, Sunset Coffee, Aiello's 

Jeremiah Smith: I would like to give a nod to the best street food in town. I am speaking, of course, about City Dogs. It’s an all-vegetarian hot dog cart located on the corner of 300 South & 200 East. They have lots of de-lish and inexpensive vegetarian and vegan options. In particular, I would personally recommend the Dee Dog. It will blow your mind and make your taste buds explode!

Larry Carter: I went to a coffee house called Sunset Coffee (7879 S. 1300 East, 801-233-9151) and asked for the signature drink, and they gave me a “chai of the tiger.” The chai was spicy and at the same time very good, and I was told they were the only coffee house in Utah that serves it. That’s a plus for them, because I guarantee I am a repeat customer for life! They also have another interesting drink called the Stevie Wonder. The establishment’s name lives up to the amazing view from the patio deck where you can see the sunset over the valley below. It’s open 24 hours a day and there is free decaf at sunset. The owners Neil and Erin were very cool.

Nick Clark: Aiello’s, the sandwich cart located on the northwest corner of 200 South & Main Street, has got some serious Phillies going on. Five dollars gets you an awesome sandwich of sliced meat on a toasted wheat bun with fresh veggies and cheese. It’s another great cart to try on your next Tour de Carte at that downtown intersection.

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