CO2 Cafe brings new twists to old Salt Lake building

CO2 Cafe brings new twists to old Salt Lake building

By DAWN HOUSE The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Sep 10, 2012 06:36PM MDT
A former CIA analyst and his wife have returned to his Utah roots to open a restaurant in a renovated building downtown that was one of the first in Salt Lake City to feature indoor plumbing. CO2 Cafe, offering contemporary American cuisine at 323 S. Main Street, is in a building that “had been abandoned for five years, so it was just a shell,” said co-owner Mike Wirthlin, 33, who grew up in the Avenues neighborhood. “Remodeling took eight months to complete and cost $250,000.” Wirthlin and wif...
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