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Hovey & Harrison


120 The Corner, Edwards
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Hovey & Harrison might feel like it’s doing its best impression of an Olympic athlete who signs up for all the ski events. Except instead of downhill, slalom, and alpine combine, this communal space in Edwards is part market, part-deli, part-bakery, and part-dining room. It’s worth waiting in line to order the Skadi, toast served open-faced with things like smashed avocado and roasted beets, but the baked goods are equally good—get some fresh bread, hand pies, quiche, and cookies. Grab-and-go options like premade soups and salads are always available, along with pottery, cookbooks, organic ketchup, freshly harvested vegetables, Colorado wine, and Italian olive oil.

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