Toaster’s

By Courtney Buell
Photography by Cody Buell

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With the temperatures dipping below freezing in our neck of the woods, we Utahns are seeking places of shelter from long, chilly days of holiday shopping, working and general busy-ness. If said shelters can hook us up with fresh food, hot drinks, and downright charming atmosphere, we won’t complain either.

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One place we don’t mind chilling (or thawing) out for lunch is Toaster’s Deli in Salt Lake City. With a cheery yellow reading nook stocked with plenty of magazines and giant windows that flood the restaurant with light, Toaster’s is a perfect place to relax and recharge. The menu includes a selection of breakfast items, coffee, tea and cocoa, as well as fresh sandwiches made with quality ingredients, and filling salads loaded with delicious toppings.

We felt obliged to try the most popular sandwich on the menu: the turkey avocado. It’s an instant classic served on grilled bread and made special by the addition of sweet balsamic vinegar. The soup of the day during our stop was a delicious chicken enchilada topped with crispy tortilla strips, and alone made our drive from Utah County worth it. Our salad of choice was the “Frenchy”: a savory mix of crisp romaine lettuce tossed in feta dressing, topped with tomato, cucumber, avocado, red pepper, onion and Swiss and provolone cheeses.

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If you find yourself in need of physical and emotional refreshment during what will inevitably be another long winter—or simply during this rushed holiday season—head to Toaster’s for a pick-me-up. Whether it’s for caffeine or sustenance, it’ll be served up with style.

{Nice ‘n Toaster’s}

151 W. 200 South
and
30 E. 300 South
Salt Lake City, Utah
Open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m; Saturday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
www.toastersdeli.com


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3 Responses to “Toaster’s”

  1. traci Says:

    We love love LOVE toasters. The staff is always super friendly and the sandwiches are large enough that my husband and I split one and leave plenty happy. The bread is perfect, little bit of crunch but not so dry that it cuts your mouth. Parking can be a bit annoying and the hours are limiting, but when we want a sandwich we always try to head to toasters first.

  2. SandyPants Says:

    I highly recommend Toasters! Love this place. The owner is super friendly and he even works the register. That’s what I love about small businesses is their personal touch. Go there and you won’t be dissappointed!!

  3. Stephanie Says:

    Adding this to my “to-eat” list here in SLC….thanks for the heads up!

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