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Park City Area Restaurant Association Hosts 5th Annual ‘Savor the Summit’

Saturday marked the 5th annual Savor the Summit event presented by the Park City Area Restaurant Association. Each year area restaurants set up shop on Main Street, create one long table, and serve special menus to those with reservations at their restaurant. This year 2,103 food enthusiasts enjoyed dinner at Park City’s “largest dinner party.” Menus vary from restaurant to restaurant and range from $40 to $150.

Reservations filled up quickly, but those who weren’t able to snag a seat at their restaurant of choice could still enjoy the evening. Music started at 4:00 p.m. in the Spirit Garden, set up at the intersection of Main Street and Heber Avenue. Dan Welden Duo, Silver Spoon, and the Pimps of Joytime all played on the main stage, and many restaurants provided their own musical entertainment.

Each table was adorned with unique decorations.

Half the fun of the night was walking around and looking at all of the creative tables. The decorations that stole my heart belonged to Talisker on Main, Wahso and Cuisine Unlimited.

Next year, Savor the Summit will be held on June 22, 2013. For more photos from the evening visit us on Pinterest or Facebook.

A Native American flute players serenades diners at Cuisine Unlimited.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By: Colette Maddock, Marketing and Social Media Coordinator

Eat, Drink and Be Merry- for you are in Park City, Utah

One of the many luxuries of living or visiting a resort town is the abundance and variety of food choices one has. If you are like me food is right up there on the list of most important things, and it is important to know that Park City has its share of wonderful food to tickle your taste buds and complete a wonderful vacation.

Let’s start at the beginning – breakfast. The Main Street Deli is a great way to start your morning, with fresh Utah brewed coffee and French toast and home fries to die for and also locally owned and run for the 25 years it’s a must if you are visiting PC.

Ok it’s the afternoon, time for some lunch or just a little après ski. If you happen to be in Deer Valley do yourself a favor and get some Deer Valley turkey chili. It’s only one of the best chili’s you will ever have! Park City Mountain Resort has the Corner Store, a great stop for a beer and fries. If you are out and about on Main Street check out Red Banjo Pizza. The pizza is great, and if you are a garlic lover you’ll be asking for seconds and thirds of their garlic cheese bread.

Finally it’s time for dinner, but where do you choose!? Well if you like Mexican then I would have to say you better find the Blue Iguana on Main Street where the perfect pairing can be found in their mole (pronounced ‘mole-eh’) and signature margarita. Bandits has the best BBQ around, or you could travel to the Middle East cuisine at Reef’s Kitchen. Oishi is the place to be for sushi, and if you want a little more of European style then head to Grappa at the top of Main or Adolph’s of Kearns Blvd.

Really there are so many wonderful places to eat you may just have to stay for a month or two to experience them all. Bon Appétit!