Most of us working stiffs find ourselves eating lunch at our desks, in our cars or, if we're lucky, on a sunny bench or city lawn.
Still, we like to keep some standards. Like buying from a locally owned mom-and-pop business that actually cares how they treat customers. And meat, cheese and veggies that aren't sliced like microscope samples (you know the chain we're talking about). And how about a kosher pickle spear that bites back?
If you find yourself on the east side of downtown Salt Lake City in need of sustenance, try Picnic. It opened three months ago in the little hole-in-the-wall next to that Classic Cleaner you pass on 300 South. Picnic's interior is bright with a couple tablesif you're one of those rare worker bees who's actually got time for a proper lunch break.