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Mix your own fixins at new MX Market in downtown Colorado Springs

March 11, 2018 Updated: March 11, 2018 at 7:26 am
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A traditional Cuban sandwich recipe calls for sliced ham, roast pork with a citrusy marinade (called mojo) and Swiss cheese layered in a loaf of Cuban bread. The sandwich is then garnished with pickles and mustard. (Zbigniew Bzdak/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

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-Chuck Barney, Tribune News Service

The new MX Market "at the Mining Exchange" isn't really at the Mining Exchange. It's at 119 E. Pikes Peak Ave., sandwiched between La Baguette and Springs Orleans. Did we say sandwich? Create your own ($6.99 or $3.79 for half) and build your own salad, too. Or go with the myriad signature sandwiches and salads, and pick up great chips or popcorn for 99 cents. Even better, explore six soups. The sherry tomato basil and clam chowder are delicious, and the Thai shrimp coconut lemongrass "has quite a kick," my buddy noted. Plus you can add a cup of soup to anything for only $1.49.

-Billie Stanton Anleu

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