Get Grilled at the Red Moose

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When the office has too many distractions and we need a quiet place to do some work, heading to a public place equipped with a Wi-Fi might be just the ticket. But if that place is a restaurant or a cafe, it sometimes means settling for either cheap fast food or overpriced pastries.

There is a place, however, where you can find an “and” solution rather than an “or” solution. Red Moose Coffee sits on a quiet corner in Sugar House, but its menu is worth making noise about. 

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Gravy Train Poutinerie: Bringing Canadian Cuisine to Salt Lake City

Gravy Train Poutinerie Truck

What are you in the mood to eat?” It’s a question that, even when we are hungry, is often followed by silence. Ultimately, we start listing genres of food: pizza, burgers, Italian, Greek, Chinese, Canadian … wait, what? Canadian? What kind of food is that—polar bear steaks and reindeer sausage covered in maple syrup? Canada is not a country we generally think of when contemplating ethnic cuisine.

There is one dish, however, that is uniquely Canadian: poutine (poo-teen), a dish of french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy. And just a few weeks ago in Salt Lake City, Prescott Strasters began selling poutine from Gravy Train, his formerly Los Angeles-based food truck.

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