Communal in The New York Times

The paper of record has a funny fascination with the intersection of coolness and Mormonism. First it was the story on Mormon hipsters. Now it’s food.

But the great thing about this feature is that it actually features Communal. That’s right, the New York Times is writing about a restaurant in Provo. This is just more evidence that Communal is great, Provo is ascendant, and the New York Times is kind of odd.

Anyway, check out the article, then check out Communal.

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