Tell us the best restaurant in Salt Lake City’s Central Ninth neighborhood

Vote for your favorite before March 18.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) A fried cauliflower wrap at Laziz Kitchen, a Middle Eastern restaurant in Salt Lake City's Central Ninth District.

Salt Lake City’s Central Ninth neighborhood encompasses only a few square blocks — from Interstate 15 to West Temple between 600 South and Fayette Avenue (about 1000 South).

But among the historic bungalows, multifamily apartments, service businesses and small manufacturers, this gritty urban district has a bustling and diverse food scene.

There are nearly a dozen sit-down and casual restaurants — covering the food spectrum from tacos and gyros to barbecue and burgers. There’s even a vegetarian spot.

Which one is your favorite? You tell us.

Vote for your favorite from the choices below — or write in the name of a business we may have missed.

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Do it soon. The polls close at noon March 18. We will share the results in an upcoming story.

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