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[4 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 3,418 views | Expired Coupons]
EXPIRED – Half Off at Easy Street – Sky Lodge

Easy Street Brasserie at the Sky Lodge invites you to sample their brand-new seasonal menu with an incredible deal on all dinner menu entrees. From now until December 23rd, every entree on their dinner menu is half off. You don’t even need a coupon! Just show up to enjoy great Steak and Seafood in an elegant setting, inside the Sky Lodge. This offer is for dinner entrees only (no beverages or appetizers are included).
Easy…

[19 Nov 2009 | No Comment | 2,540 views | Weekly Wine Pick]
Miss Fox’s Weekly Wine Pick – Maipe Malbec 2008

Miss Fox from the Park City School of Wine brings you the top wine pick from that week’s class. Miss Fox is the Headmistress at the Park City School of Wine, which is dedicated to “finding the promise” in every glass. Expand you knowledge of wine through one of Park City’s local experts. To keep tabs on all of Miss Fox’s fantastic reviews, click on the Weekly Wine Pick link just above the title of…

[17 Nov 2009 | No Comment | 5,674 views | News & Events]
Celebrate Thanksgiving at The Canyons Resort

Looking for something special to do for Thanksgiving? Well then get out of the kitchen and make a reservation at The Canyons Resort.  If you are looking for a last-minute getaway or a place to stash all your guests then it will only cost you $49.50/per person per night. I would say that that is a pretty damn good deal for lodging in Park City!
But Thanksgiving isn’t all about guests, family, and staying at…

[12 Nov 2009 | No Comment | 2,500 views | Weekly Wine Pick]
Miss Fox’s Weekly Wine Pick – Oyster Bay Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2009

Taste of Park City has a new guest writer! Miss Fox from the Park City School of Wine will be bringing you the top wine pick from that week’s class. Miss Fox is the Headmistress at the Park City School of Wine, which is dedicated to “finding the promise” in every glass of wine.
We look forward to expanding our wine knowledge through one of Park City’s local experts. To keep tabs on all of…

[11 Nov 2009 | One Comment | 6,561 views | Restaurant Reviews, The Fall Line]
A Day Living the High Life at Talisker’s Tuhaye Golf Course

When most people dream of having the most effortless and luxurious mountain vacation, they are probably wishing that they were a part of the Talisker Club community. This exclusive Park City club consists of a world class golf resort named Tuhaye, private on mountain lodges at Deer Valley, along with many other exclusive 4-season amenities in the surrounding areas. Talisker is designed to give its members the best of what Park City has to offer,…

[4 Nov 2009 | No Comment | 13,582 views | News & Events]
Spruce Restaurant at Dakota Mountain Lodge Hosting Harvest Dinner Featuring Slow Food

I recently received a newsletter from Spruce Restaurant at the Dakota Mountain Lodge featuring their Harvest Dinner special on Thursday, November 12th. It’s looks like it will be an incredible experience and an opportunity not to miss. Kevin and I had to opportunity to dine at Spruce a few months ago and had a truly amazing evening. If you haven’t read our Spruce restaurant review yet, check it out.
So here’s the low down directly…

[4 Nov 2009 | 2 Comments | 9,221 views | Restaurant Reviews]
Best Thai Food in Park City – Bangkok Thai on Main Will Warm Your Soul

When you decide that you want to spend your vacation in one of North America’s most famous ski towns, you want to be sure that it also has some of the country’s greatest cuisine.  If you are looking for delicious food, dynamic tastes, and a plethora of unique restaurants boasting the best soul warming food in the West, make sure you put Bangkok Thai in Park City, Utah on your list.
After enjoying the unusually…

[3 Nov 2009 | 7 Comments | 15,552 views | News & Events]
What the Hell Happened to Albertsons and How to Cope with a Fresh New Market

Yesterday I went to what was formally known as Albertsons to pick up a few baking supplies and found myself wandering around in a dream-like state. Employees were dressed in casual hospital green colored t-shirts and there were signs telling me that my Albertsons discount card was no longer welcome. “A Fresh Market” posters and banners filled my vision. Bags of sugar were  being given out for free. I asked myself, “Who the hell are…