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The Olive Bistro 

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Ted Scheffler:
Although it’s located just around the corner from City Weekly world headquarters, it took me too long to get my ass over to The Olive Bistro, just west of the Hotel Monaco and The Red Door on 200 South, at 57 West (801-364- 1401). The owner—who introduces himself with a big smile and an enthusiastic handshake as Salami—is one of the nicest restaurateurs I’ve ever encountered. He hails originally from Casablanca and Paris. A good Olive Bistro choice is the delicious roasted turkey and pepperjack cheese panini, adorned with ultra-thin, mandolin-sliced cucumber discs, tomato, red and green bell pepper and mixed salad greens. A salmon panini was also outstanding and colleagues raved about the salami panini.

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