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It’s our annual chance to make a Best of Utah pick. Go for it:

Paula Saltas: The Apothecary Shoppe, 82 S. 1100 East. Professional and friendly and the cleanest pharmacy you will ever see. (And the best nostalgic candy!)

Derek Jones: Best Overlooked Indian Food: Taj India. This little joint on 4500 South and 900 East has some of the freshest, most delicious Indian in town, but sadly, their location often gets forgotten.

Kathy Mueller: Best business lunch goes to The Tin Angel Cafe—yummy! 5 Monkeys, lest we forget that there is nightlife in Murray. Ekamai, a new hip little, big city-style Thai joint. Check it!

Rachel Hanson: The door-to-door tamale sellers in Rose Park. Sometimes they’re looking to earn some extra cash, sometimes there’s a charity involved. It really doesn’t matter—even if the money went toward exterminating all the baby animals in Utah, these homemade cheese tamales would be worth it.

Eric S. Peterson: I’m gonna give a shout-out to the pick I could never ethically write: Best Craft Shop My Mother Owns, going to Cristie Peterson’s Willow Creek Gift Store, on 10 S. Main, Payson. Your one-stop shop for wreaths, paintings, home decorations and other crafty goodness.

Jeff Reese: Sodexo is a little lunchroom-style cafe on the fourth floor of the JC Penny building (southwest corner of 300 South and Main). They are open for breakfast and lunch, but I usually only go for breakfast. They have a chef with a sense of humor to get your day started off right, staff that will make you pretty much anything you want—and the price is unbeatably low.

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