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[2 Oct 2009 | One Comment | Casey]

Deer Valley Ski Resort, located in beautiful Park City, Utah has yet again been voted as the #1 ski resort in North America by the readers of SKI magazine. That makes an impressive three years in a row for Deer Valley who has owned the title for 2008, 2009, and now 2010. Aside from its amazing tree skiing, fabulous addition of the new Lady Morgan chair, and top-notch customer service, I think what truly makes…

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[1 Oct 2009 | One Comment | Casey]

Yesterday was our first snow storm of the year, with total accumulations reaching around 6 – 8 inches in the mountains and 1 inch on my doormat – just enough to destroy my basil garden! When I got home last night, I immediately jumped into my slippers and pajama pants, mixed myself a delicious hot chocolate, and snuggled underneath my down comforter trying to warm up. With temperatures dipping below 30 in September, the hot…

Editor's Picks, Restaurant Reviews »

[30 Sep 2009 | One Comment | Kevin]

The Loco Lizard Cantina at Kimball Junction in Park City is one of the restaurants that Casey and I visit on a regular basis. We don’t go every week, but we make it there about once a month or so. Why do we keep coming back? The Loco Lizard is reasonably priced for Park City, the food comes out fresh and fast, and you get bottomless chips and salsa (2 kinds!). What more could you…

News & Events »

[25 Sep 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

Park Silly’s Sunday Market will be hosting their last Sunday Market this Sept. 27th by throwing a 12 hour party on lower Main Street. The Cirque de Silly Fest will begin at 10am and will end at 10pm, leaving lots of room for crazy entertainment.
Supporters of the Silly Market can purchase a VSP (Very Silly People) membership for $35. The membership includes two drink tickets, a gourmet tapas buffet prepared by Easy Street chef…

The Fall Line »

[23 Sep 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

While on a mountain bike/camping trip in Fruita, CO this summer, Kevin and I had the chance to sit down and read William A. Kerig’s book titled “The Edge of Never”. The book is an incredibly insightful and sometimes frightening look into the dangerous and inspiring lifestyle of extreme skiing while highlighting the lives of Trevor and Kye Peterson. For more information about the Edge of Never story – visit EdgeofNeverFilm.com.
After finishing the book,…

The Fall Line »

[18 Sep 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

With the fall colors changing faster than my garden is ripening, it’s time to start thinking about getting back into shape for skiing. Whether you are a back country skier or you frequent the lifts; skiing requires you to have strong knees, legs, a fit core, endurance, and coordination. I plan on picking up my gym membership tomorrow and becoming reacquainted with my old friend – the squat!
Here’s some great advice from a variety…

News & Events »

[17 Sep 2009 | 8 Comments | Casey]

Check out our in-depth first hand review of Reyes Adobe!
Reyes Adobe in Park City Brings Flavorful Mexican to Main Street
Also check out their listing on Ski Town Restaurants for an updated menu and reviews: Reyes Adobe
More quick restaurant news from Park City Magazine:
“A new restaurant is opening up on Main Street.  Robert Reyes and wife Genevieve Candelaria, along with executive chef Simon Monreal, will open Reyes Adobe, a Mexican restaurant,…

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[17 Sep 2009 | No Comment | Casey]

With The Stew Pot closing tomorrow, locals all around town are incredible sad to see the local loved restaurant go out of business. According to Park City Magazine “After attempts to negotiate new lease terms with Premiere Property Management failed, the owners have decided to move out.  Danny and Toni Thomas have operated the restaurant at the Deer Valley Plaza building for the past twenty eight years.  Danny said that he will look for a…

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[17 Sep 2009 | 4 Comments | Casey]

Last week, Kevin and I were invited to Spruce Restaurant at the Waldorf Astoria (formerly the Dakota Mountain Lodge). Needless to say we were beyond impressed. Spruce is exactly what Park City needed; a modern, sophisticated restaurant that is committed to excellent service and impeccable cuisine.
Our Spruce experience began at 6pm on Labor Day. As we pulled up to the Waldorf Astoria, we were promptly greeted by the valet driver who opened our car…