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The Gateway expands Food Trucks at the Fountain program

Published March 15, 2017 8:45 am
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The Gateway mall in downtown Salt Lake City is expanding its Food Trucks at the Fountain program to five days a week beginning Monday.

A rotating number of food trucks will be near the Olympic Fountain on Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The program was operating three days a week this winter.

In addition to the food trucks, The Gateway has opened a break room north of the fountain, giving visitors a place to enjoy their street food indoors. Along with tables and chairs, The Break Room has arcade games, TV and music.

"We're always looking for more ways to distill the best that Salt Lake City has to offer, and this new lunch initiative gives us precisely that," says Edie Trott, marketing director for The Gateway.

The food trucks also are a lunchtime necessity for many workers in nearby office buildings — including The Salt Lake Tribune — as the Gateway's food court is closed as part of a major remodel.






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