Top Utah Restaurants Runners-Up 

Eight restaurants that narrowly missed the cut for the Top 100 list in our 2010 Dining Guide.

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Eight restaurants that narrowly missed the cut for Ted Scheffler’s Top 100 list in our 2010 Dining Guide:

8. Waffles! Waffles! Waffles! Waffles! Waffles!

7. Mountain Meadows Marzipan

6. The Great Salt Lake Haggis Co.

5. Angel Hair Ristorante, Salon & Nail Studio

4. Yoshi Christiansen’s Bottomless Bucket O’ Sushi

3. Lucha Libre Mexican Restaurant & Wrestling Gym

2. The Pigforker BBQ

1. The IKEA Restaurant

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