The 20 Best Cities For Opening Up A Restaurant

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Salt Lake City, UT

When you think SLC, you probably think of (don’t lie) Mormons, who aren’t exactly known for their culinary adventurousness. But for Salt Lake City residents who do imbibe caffeine (and cocktails!), the city of 200,000 people has become an unlikely foodie hotspot. For one, the killer skiing invites hungry people from all corners of America and beyond, so even in the bleak winter, Utah is buzzing with tourists who are looking to fuel up with decadent meals after a long day on the slopes. But for locals, each neighborhood has its own charms. If coffee and pastries are your things, 9th and 9th district is where it’s at, while Sugar House is the destination for quirky cafes and artsy boutiques.

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