Kid friendly • editor picks

Published June 28, 2013 1:01 am
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Flatbread Pizzeria • It may be pizza, and from an Idaho-based chain at that. But when you're looking to treat yourself and the kids are in tow, try the authentic wood-fired Neapolitan pizza at one of Sugar House's newest eateries. The live, local music ensures the restaurant is loud enough (maybe too loud) to mask any kid clamor. And you'll pay $5.25 for them to make their own pizza. It keeps them busy spreading sauce and cheese on rolled-out dough presented to them on a pizza board (additional toppings 50 cents each). Adult-size pies average $15, except on Tuesdays, when every pie is $10.

First runner-up

Taqueria 27 • Casual enough for the kids while serving upscale street tacos they'll eat. Don't forget the donut dessert.

Second runner-up

Cafe Rio • Popular Utah-based chain serves up way too much food — which means you can split the massive burritos among the little ones.



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