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Tony Caputo’s cafe crunched in a mini mall in downtown Salt Lake City serves terrific sandwiches and the market has imported cheeses and meats, pastas, olive oil and vinegars, fresh truffles and about a thousand other items to tempt your palate. At times, Tony Caputo’s Market & Deli can seem like the center of the universe. Well, at least the center of the Salt Lake universe. It’s nearly impossible to walk into Tony’s without bumping into someone you know. That’s especially true if the people you know are food aficionados. Some come for stinky cheeses from the cheese cave, others pop in to satisfy their sweet tooth cravings from Caputo’s vast gourmet chocolate selection, which includes ultra-premium chocolates from Chocolatier Blue. There’s also the temperature-controlled curing cell where Christiano Creminelli cures his stupendous artisan sausages and salami. And then there’s the vast array of gourmet foodstuffs: imported cheeses and meats, pastas, olive oil and vinegars, fresh truffles and about a thousand other items to tempt your palate. If all of that isn’t enough, there’s also Caputo’s deli, brimming with made-to-order sandwiches, salads and lots more. Just think how much more difficult it would be to be a foodie in Salt Lake City without Tony.
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