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Tulie Bakery, Q4U, Lounge at the Grand America & Appy Hour

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Tulie Bakery has opened its doors at 863 E. 700 South in the space that was formerly home to chocolatier Xocolate. Tulie features house-made quiche, morning buns, croissants, cakes, cookies, tarts, cupcakes, sandwiches (made with Crumb Brother’s breads), coffee and artisan teas. The croissants might cause you to think you’ve awakened in Paris, and the coconut cream tart at Tulie Bakery is a pleasant addiction. Tulie Bakery’s phone is 883-9741. n n

T and Becci at Q4U would like everyone to know that their smokin’ restaurant is now open on Sundays from noon to 8 p.m. So now you know. No rest for the wicked, apparently. Q4U is located in Kearns at 3951 W. 5400 South, and its phone is 955-8858 (Q4U.com)

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The Lounge at the Grand America Hotel now features live jazz, specialty drinks and a small-plates menu every Thursday and Friday, from 5-9 p.m. Executive chef Eric Finney’s Lounge menu includes items like wild-mushroom cappuccino, pullled-pork quesadillas and tomato-mozzarella bruschetta, accompanied by drink specials like the Pama-Tini, Crispy Pear and Lady Godiva. 555 S. Main, 258-6000. (GrandAmerica.com)

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“Appy” Hour is now in session at the South Jordan Market Street Oyster Bar, Monday through Saturday, 4-6 p.m. During Appy Hour, Market Street appetizers are half price. 10702 S. River Front Parkway, 302-2264. (GInc.com)

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Kudos to the folks at Snowbird, who collected over three tons of nonperishable food for the Utah Food Bank during the resort’s annual customer appreciation days. The 6,568 pounds of food is the equivalent of 3,284 meals. (Snowbird.com)

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Quote of the week: Dine (v): to eat a good dinner in good company, and eat it slow. In dining, as distinguished from mere feeding, the palate and stomach never ask the hand, “What are you giving us?” —Ambrose Bierce

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