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Downtown Salt Lake City’s Nostalgia is a cozy coffee cafe that does most of its business during lunch, so early morning and evening customers have the place more or less to themselves. It’s a great spot for casual business meetings and a relaxed cafe environment to hang out with friends. Local artists sell their work in this hip downtown environment. There are great espresso drinks, homemade sandwiches, soup and beer. Daily cafe soup specials range from mulligatawny and minestrone to tomato-basil and creamy chicken with wild rice.
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