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Five Sushi Brothers Opens
After a successful run in downtown Provo, the folks behind Five Sushi Brothers have opened a second location in Salt Lake City. Brothers Ammon and Jacob Chung built the original restaurant around the concept of late-night sushi delivery, and their new location ushers the novel idea to downtown SLC. The storefront is on 67 W. 100 South, which could theoretically put them within range of all that University of Utah student housing—we'll just have to keep an eye on their website (fivesushibrothers.com)to see where the sushi delivery sweet spot will be. Regardless, the restaurant's late hours are catnip for hungry college students in need of sustenance.

Pancake Fundraiser at Publik
The bodacious baristas at Publik Coffee Roasters (975 S. West Temple) are hosting a pancake breakfast to raise money for the University of Utah's Burn Camp, an organization to help burn victims of all ages build confidence and overcome other challenges. Firefighters from Local 81 serve up pancakes and bacon while Publik dispenses coffee and orange juice. The event is on Saturday, April 6, from 8 to 11 a.m., and the $10 admission gets you hot breakfast, a raffle ticket and a chance to support a great local organization. Plus, I hear firefighters are a bit fonder of bacon jokes than their metro police colleagues.

Ogden Restaurant Week
It's not a bad week to make the trek up to Ogden if it's been awhile. From April 4 to 13, select restaurants take part in the seventh annual Ogden Restaurant Week. Eateries offer two-course lunches and three-course dinners at discounted rates. As of now, more than 20 restaurants are lined up, offering food that ranges from the traditional Italian of Rovali's Ristorante (174 25th St.) to the sushi stylings of Tona Sushi Bar and Grill (210 25th St.). Plus, if you've ever wanted to chow down in the back of a covered wagon, The Prairie Schooner (445 Park Blvd.) is also on board. Check out visitogden.com for details.


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