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Scenes from Taste of the Town

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Very nice turnout today for Layton's Taste of the Town. Also nice to see plenty of independent restaurants represented this year, not just chains. --- Here's a quick photo tour, taken with my G1 phone -- not the best quality...

The longest lines were at Taste of India. Here's owner P.J. dishing out chicken curry. 

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 MacCool's served up their spectacular BBQ lamb ribs.

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 Corbin's was doing prime rib sandwiches and more.

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Roosters served a bodacious shrimp with melted Beehive pepper jack cheese appetizer. OMG, was that ever delicious! Here is Roosters' owner Pete Buttschardt workin' it.

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That's Jeff on the right, one of the owners and BBQ masters at Holy Smoke BBQ. Awesome pork sandwiches today.

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Mimi's Cafe and their bread pudding.

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 The Daily Rise is my wife's favorite coffee shop. She swears by their low-fat Chai Latte.I can attest to their friendliness and good vibes.

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Kasbah Grill, doing their thing.

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Zeppe's is a new place in Layton serving NYC-style Italian water ice.

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Boston's dished up deep-dish Chicago-style pizza.

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 Marie Callender's does what they do best: pie.

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Hospital food, anyone? Did you know that you can get 24 hour room service at Davis Hospital & Medical Center? Here is Chef Alex Govern serving shrimp with Thai noodles.

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And you thought Layton was nothing but fast food...