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Salt Lake City’s Central Ninth neighborhood encompasses just a few city blocks.
But don’t be fooled by its small footprint — at least where food is concerned — because it is packed with places to eat, drink and buy tempting morsels.
Nearly two dozen restaurants, bakeries, breweries and bars can be found in the neighborhood between Interstate 15 and West Temple and from 600 South to about 1000 South (Fayette Avenue).
And an urban market — and another restaurant and bar — will open in the coming weeks and months, which will add even more energy to this up-and-coming area.
“Some people have been aware of the neighborhood,” said Paul Johnson, chair of the Central Ninth Community Council, “but it has remained