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[6 Dec 2010 | No Comment | Kevin]

Easy Street at the Sky Lodge on Main Street has extended their fantastic Half Price Entree promotion for another week. We visited Easy Street quite a few times this fall for their great off-season deal, and it has been so popular they decided to extend it into December. We have heard that this special will be available until December 10th, so make sure to take advantage of it this week. There are also rumors that…

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[28 Nov 2010 | No Comment | Casey]

Free coffee? Free ice-cream? That’s right! Yellow Snow Ice Cream is holding it’s 2nd annual VIP Night on Wednesday, Dec. 15th! If you are employed by a ski resort, local hotel, concierge, or if you are a hospitality professional who loves to recommend local businesses to tourists, then you are invited to attend. Yellow Snow holds their annual VIP Night as a pre thank you gift/bribe for referring visitors to Yellow Snow Ice Cream throughout…

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[24 Nov 2010 | No Comment | Casey]

Park City has a lot to be thankful for! We’ve been blessed with an incredible start to the ski season, we’ve received a TON of snow, and we have some of the best restaurants in Park City offering amazing Thanksgiving meals this year! So if you want to celebrate Thanksgiving without the hassle of cooking and cleaning, take your family to any one of these spectacular restaurants!
Easy Street at The Sky Lodge
Easy Street…

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[20 Nov 2010 | No Comment | Casey]

Even though the Canyons may not be open till the 10th, but you can still enjoy the incredible and superior food that the Canyons offers. The Canyons is serving Thanksgiving Dinner at Canyons Grand Summit Hotel on November 25th from 11:00am – 8:00pm and will certainly impress those looking for a savory buffet style family meal! If this menu doesn’t make your mouth water – then I don’t know what will! Make sure to make…

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[3 Nov 2010 | 2 Comments | Emily]

This sentence is at risk of sounding like a paid advertisement, but I will say it anyhow: if you are ever in the Park City area and in need of a unique, catered dining experience, you should really consider Organic Dining Around the World with Thea (pronounced Teeya).
There are a couple of caveats to that sentiment: you must be open-minded and you should be prepared for natural, wholesome food with genuine thought and care…

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[1 Nov 2010 | No Comment | Kevin]

If you’ve driven around Deer Valley lately, I’m sure you’ve noticed the brand new St. Regis Deer Crest Resort. Perched in a mountain saddle above the main ski base area in lower Deer Valley, the St. Regis is the newest luxury hotel in Park City. It was well received at its grand opening last December, and the exceptional J&G Grill has exceeded all expectations (watch for our dining review soon!).
The next two weekends (November…

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[27 Oct 2010 | One Comment | Kevin]

With over 3 feet of snow in the upper elevations this week and about 8″ at my house in Park City, everyone in town has skiing on the mind. That means its time to pull out your winter gear to see what you need to buy this year, and what you can try to sell to make some quick cash. One of the best places to find cheap equipment or to sell your old stuff…

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[18 Oct 2010 | One Comment | Casey]

DEER VALLEY, PARK CITY, UTAH (October 12, 2010) – Deer Valley Resort’s award-winning food and beverage department will be opening the Deer Valley Grocery ~ Café in the Deer Valley Plaza building on Deer Valley Drive on November 30, 2010. Deer Valley Grocery~Café serves on-site and to-go fresh baked pastries, specialty coffee drinks, soups, chilies, stews, salads, paninis, homemade breads and other bakery items as well as specially prepared take-away entrees. Also available will be…

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[12 Oct 2010 | One Comment | Kevin]

Casey and I were out in Pinebrook the other night and we decided to give NYPC Pizza another try. It was a cold, rainy evening and some hearty Italian food seemed like a great idea.
We hadn’t been to NYPC Pizza since they changed their name from NYPD Pizza; I guess the police department in New York didn’t approve of their name being used by a pizza restaurant in Utah; so, now we have NYPC…