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[25 Sep 2010 | No Comment | Casey]

PARK CITY, Utah (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) – Stein Eriksen Lodge is pleased to announced that Ann Giles Sweisford has been named Executive Pastry Chef. Sweisford will oversee the Lodge’s renowned desert and pasty program in the Glitretind Restaurant and focus on elevating the house made chocolates program and annual holiday gingerbread creation for which the Lodge has received international acclaim.
Sweisford discovered her passion for pastries under the tutelage of Chef Jean Joho at Everest…

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[28 Aug 2010 | No Comment | Kevin]

With all of the recent changes in the Park City restaurant scene, we are proud to announce some new additions to our Park City restaurant and menu guide on Ski Town Restaurants. Some of these restaurants are brand new, while others are joining the menu guide for the first time. So browse some of these new menus and try out something new this weekend!
Spruce – One of Park City’s newest (and best!) restaurants, Spruce…

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[6 Aug 2010 | No Comment | Casey]

The sun was shining, the sky was blue, and the single track was whispering my name this morning begging me to swing through the trees while flying high upon my newly cleaned bike. With camel back, spare tube, and helmet in hand, I flew out my door this morning and met my father at the Town Lift. Today was going to be a good day!

The Town Lift is located 1/2 mile from my house,…

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[4 Aug 2010 | No Comment | Casey]

Looking for some information regarding Park City’s 41st Kimball Arts Festival?
We’ve gathered all the Arts Fest info you could need! After your done checking out all the amazing artists presented at Park City’s Art Fest, make sure you spend some time to get a  “Taste of Art” while you’re there!
“The Kimball Art Center is set to host the annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival, one of the top art festivals in the country,…

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[7 Jul 2010 | No Comment | Kevin]

The Sixth Annual Park City Food and Wine Classic starts this Thursday, July 8th. This is one of Park City’s premiere culinary events of the year, so if you will be in town this weekend you can’t miss it! This is your chance to mingle with award-winning chefs, wine makers, master sommeliers, and fellow food lovers from around the country.
The Park City Food and Wine Classic kicks off Thursday night at 6pm up at…

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[26 Jun 2010 | 2 Comments | Casey]

Last week, after posting the amazing Honey Grilled Baby Back Rib recipe from Planet Barbecue, I discovered another truly delightful BBQ recipe that is certainly a crowd pleaser! This recipe is so tasty, so delicious, and so damn easy to make that it’s bound to become one of your favorite go-to BBQ masterpieces.I found this poultry BBQ recipe on a wonderful blog called In Mamas Kitchen. I highly suggest checking out this great recipe blog…

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[21 Jun 2010 | One Comment | Kevin]

Park City has always missed the boat when it comes to legal, recreational poker tournaments. Many bars and clubs in the Salt Lake City area have been running weekly or nightly Texas Hold’em tournaments for years now. That all changed two weeks ago when the Utah Poker Tour decided to expand its weekly tournament schedule to include a Monday night stop at Sky Lodge on Main Street. This upscale Park City bar is a great…

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[18 Jun 2010 | 3 Comments | Casey]

Summers in Park City mean three very important things: endless amounts of free live outdoor music, tons of outdoor festivals and farmers markets, and most importantly – BBQs!!! There is honestly no better way to spend a summer evening than sitting out back, cracking open a cold one with friends, and drooling over the amazing smells coming from your barbecue, grill, smoker, or what-have-you. That’s right, summer is here, and it’s time to start talking…

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[9 Jun 2010 | No Comment | Casey]

Looking to head to Bajio’s for dinner next week? Want to indulge in some of the best sushi in Park City at Blind Dog Restaurant? Well, you might want to change your plans! According to the Park Record Newspaper, there are all sorts of new restaurants opening and closing this season in Park City. Here’s their article written by Andrew Kirk, of the Record Staff.
Big changes in the food service industry are coming to…