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By Amanda House - Special to the Standard-Examiner | Sep 16, 2022
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Caffe Torino in Farmington
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If you are an Ogdenite, you know the feeling when lost in Davis County, looking for a quality, locally owned GEM. What to do … WHAT TO DO?! The answer: Caffe Torino. “Where?” you may ask. Caffe Torino, located on the magical, tree-lined Main Street in Farmington. This local gem is truly a quiet getaway yet only a stone’s throw from the 15 freeway. Sit outside for a more relaxing atmosphere, or escape the weather in the many rooms within the interior. In addition to all of your coffee loves, there are also paninis, sweet or savory crepes, cronuts, and more.

Obviously, most people’s orders vary by season, from iced coffee to a pumpkin latte, extra hot. Today, I stopped in for a Rose Italian Soda and a smile. Walking past the “Hallmark movie worthy” courtyard and through the vintage doors of this charming place, you will regain hope that all is not lost after leaving your warm, inviting circle of Ogden. Owned by Aaron and Jennifer, these Davis County locals carry that homegrown passion for their town and their business.

Follow them on Instagram (@caffetorinoutah) to stay up to date on backyard concerts and more.

Amanda House is a full-time realtor, rescue dog mom, and wife; but more than anything, she is a lover of gathering great humans for a positive goal. Amanda loves reminding people that when we leave the house, we can impact many lives with the positive choices that we make. www.amandahouseshomes.com


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