Welcome back to our weekly blog series, Après Affection. Here, we round up our favorite treats for post-mountain sessions all around Park City. Whether it is thirst-quenching cocktails, or sweet and savory treats, our friends all around town share with us their recipes and favorite après ski bites.
PARK CITY MOUNTAIN
Spring has arrived, and that means lots of fun events at PCMR! Below are some great events at the Park City side of the mountain coming up this week not to be missed.
-Check out the St. Patrick’s Day festivities for this weekend, including Rage Against The Supremes at the base at 3 p.m.
-Don’t miss Music with a View, a new on-mountain, lunchtime concert series presented by Verizon. On Saturdays throughout March, favorite local Park City bands will perform lunchtime concerts at select on-mountain restaurants including Red Pine Lodge, Mid-Mountain Lodge and Miner’s Camp.
-After a great day of skiing, don’t miss their complimentary Sunday S’mores at 3 p.m. at the Fire Pits at Park City Mountain Village.
-New this year, Park City Mountain will host Pink Park City on March 24 to support research at Huntsman Cancer Institute.
-Park City Mountain will host 16 straight days of free concerts and activities as part of the 11th annual Spring Grüv starting March 24.
It doesn’t get much more luxurious for après than the Vista Lounge at Montage Deer Valley. First, you are surrounded by the gorgeous snow-covered mountains of Deer Valley, then add in a beautiful expansive lounge with big comfy chairs and lively lounge music, and finally completed by five star service with perfect snacks and drinks. Sounds pretty spectacular, right? This mountain great room is perfect for friends and family to gather after a day playing and share alpine inspired cuisine and enjoy great live entertainment. In addition to the lounge, directly adjacent you can find Yama Sushi. Translated from the Japanese word for mountain, Yama Sushi serves the finest seafood along with sake flight pairings and beers from around the world.
What we love:
Their alpine classic cuisine perfectly fits the setting. Try the amazing charcuterie with Creminelli Meats, house-cured pickles black-ale mustard, toasted bread alpine squeeze. Or the classic cheese fondue with Emmentaler and Gruyère cheese, and pair with a cold beer or tasty cocktail.
It is hard to get a better location from the town lift than Butcher’s. You can literally ski into the door for a lively lounge with something for everyone. On their lounge and restaurant menu they offer incredible steaks, fresh sea food, perfect pastas, crisp salads and much more. They have tons of options for craft drafts and bottled beers, plus great custom signature cocktails.
What we love:
With the combo of the words lobster and nachos, you can’t go wrong. With house-made pepper jack cheese sauce, lump lobster meat, fresh sliced jalapeño and cilantro, then finished with cotija cheese over house-made tortilla chips. They have a plethora of great apps, salads and meaty dishes to recover after a day on the mountain.
The spring festivities continue on the Canyons Village side of PCMR. Don’t miss all of the great things happening this weekend for St. Patrick’s Day. They encourage you to throw on your greenest ski gear and join the celebration on and off the slopes. With all day Irish-themed food specials at Park City and Canyons Village restaurants, St. Patrick themed s’mores, and live music in both mountain villages, this will be a party you don’t want to miss. Don’t own anything green? They have you covered; stop by one of our decorated Park City tents to get some complimentary St. Patrick’s Day gear!
St. Patrick’s Day Schedule
|ALL DAY||EpicMix Photo will have fun props for you to add to your EpicMix Photo!|
|12 – 2 p.m.||Music with a View, Presented by Verizon: Red Pine Lodge
Check out live music during lunchtime on the Red Pine Lodge Deck!
|3 – 5 p.m.||Spring Concert Series: Tony Holiday & the Velvetones on the Canyons Village Stage
A hometown favorite coming straight out of Salt Lake City is Tony Holiday and the Velvetones. A brilliant mix of dirty rock and down home blues.
|3 – 5 p.m.||Spring Concert Series: Rage Against the Supremes on the PayDay Deck
Rage Against the Surpremes brings dangerous funk, soul and rock n’ roll to the stage. Straight out of Salt Lake City.
|3 p.m.||St. Patrick’s Day S’mores: Canyons Village|
|3 p.m.||St. Patrick’s Day Gear: Park City Mountain Village and Canyons Village
Don’t miss out on grabbing your St. Patrick’s Day party supplies in the villages, while supplies last!
The conveniently located Squatters, has been pouring their popular beers since 1989. They began in Salt Lake, but we are very thankful they since have expanded to their Park City location. Not only do they serve world-class handcrafted beer and delicious food to pair, but we have always loved their involvement in the community and philanthropy. They call it their Triple Bottom Line philosophy of People Planet Profit, where supporting a healthy community is a priority. They also focus on using products produced from post-consumer recycled materials and purchasing goods that are environmentally friendly.
What we love:
It is hard to not try a cold frothy beer and their famous roadhouse nachos with Jack and cheddar, house made tortilla chips and black bean refritos, topped with jalapeño, tomato, black olive, sour cream, salsa and guacamole. Don’t forget about their pizzas though, their rustic Italian is delish and it can also be prepared gluten free!
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