You’d be nuts not to try Spitz’s street-cart döner, which is available as a sandwich with focaccia or as a lavash wrap, with a choice of beef and lamb, chicken, falafel, mixed meats or veggies. The restaurant's beef and lamb shawarma-style mixture is outstanding: perfectly spiced and generously portioned. Ditto the falafel. It’s a popular downtown Salt Lake City destination no matter the time of day, so when you visit, order from the excellent selection of craft cocktails, wine or beer right off the bat, because you may be there a while. But the service is very friendly, and the vibe is funky and fun, with eclectic music.

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Spitz has brought authentic European street food to downtown Salt Lake City in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. The doner kebabs are perfect for a quick lunch or a latenight bite. Try a twist on the traditional street-cart doner with a doquito, a fried Mediterranean taquito smothered with feta cheese. And don't forget to order some street-cart fries to go with your meal: They're topped high with feta cheese, onion, green pepper, tomato and olives. Spitz also offers salads and a variety of vegetarian options.

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