Celebrate Mother’s Day in Park City

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metronidazole Moms are the real MVPs. They bring new life into this world, and then continue to nurture, teach, support and feed anyone and everyone who steps into their home. We’re not sure how moms manage to do it all, but they always pull through.

website On Mother’s Day, it’s time to say thank you! Whether you’re honoring your own mother or another strong woman in your life (or even yourself!), there are lots of ways to show you care and celebrate Mother’s Day in Park City.

http://amoxicillin-otc.com/ antibiotic amoxicillin over the counter Below, are restaurants serving up great Mother’s Day specials (courtesy of Park City Area Restaurant Association) — just be sure to call ahead to book your table as they’re filling up fast! We’re also rounding up some great places to find fantastic gifts for any mom in your life.

Restaurant Specials for Mother’s Day in Park City

The Brass Tag at Deer Valley Resort

Brass Tag will serve an extravagant brunch this weekend, including shirred eggs, toast and avocado, applewood-smoked bacon, Gold Creek Farms cheddar cheese puff pastry and a waffle station with all the fixing.

10 a.m.-2 p.m.
$49 for adults, $15 for children 12 and younger

Deer Valley Grocery Café

If it’s a nice day, you can dine outside on Deer Valley Grocery Café’s deck.

Deer Valley Grocery~Café

You can eat in at Deer Valley’s gourmet café, or if you’d rather celebrate at home, grab a delicious brunch to go. They’ll have a special crab cake option for Mother’s Day, but as always, the café also has a great selection of freshly baked breads, desserts, cakes and other items for takeout as well.

Edge Steakhouse

For the first time, the Westgate Resort’s steakhouse is hosting a special Mother’s Day brunch. Choose from elegant entrees such as wagyu steaks, lobster and black truffle risotto, and silk road spicy shrimp. Pair your selection from their extensive wine list.

Element Kitchen & Bakery

Stop by and enjoy an all-American brunch with a range of selections for any dietary needs, including gluten-free, paleo, vegan and keto options. Moms will also receive a gift of flowers and free espresso drinks!

Powder

The Waldorf Astoria’s restaurant will serve a delicious brunch menu with breakfast breads, danishes, croissants and muffins, made-to-order eggs and a carving station that includes herb-roasted leg of lamb, salmon and more.

11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Adults $69 per person

Riverhorse on Main

This mainstay on Main Street will be serving an all-you-can-eat Mother’s Day brunch.

10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Brunch buffet; $65

Tupelo

The award-winning restaurant is re-opening after the off-season, just in time for Mother’s Day brunch! Make sure to book your table in advance to take advantage of their delicious brunch dishes, like chicken and biscuits or a Tupelo BLT, as well as their Bloody Mary bar.

Silver Star Cafe's Outdoor Deck

Along with delicious food, Silver Star Café offers views of the municipal golf course and the Uinta mountains in the distance.

Silver Star Café

Silver Star will serve its elevated home-cooking for both brunch and dinner on Mother’s Day. If weather permits, you can enjoy your meal on the spacious patio overlooking the mountains.

Versante Hearth + Bar

This Italian favorite is serving a delectable three-course brunch, featuring a starter, followed by your choice of a main (options include smoked-pork eggs Benedict, zucchini-cake eggs Benedict, a classic continental breakfast and French toast), as well as Italian-inspired desserts.

10 a.m.-2 p.m.
$45, children’s menu available

Great Gifts for Mother’s Day

Alpine Distilling 

For the mom with a discerning taste in spirits: Stop by Alpine Distilling’s retail location at 350 Main to select a special bottle of gin or vodka. If you really want to step it up, consider buying her a ticket to Alpine’s “Gin Experience,” where guests make their own bottle of gin while enjoying a gourmet, four-course dinner.

Edible Arrangements (SLC)

For the mom who deserves a sweet treat: From fruit arrangements to gourmet sweets, Edible Arrangements has a range of fresh and beautiful gifts that are sure to impress. Call their shop directly at 801-953-1835.

Flowers By You

For any mom: At the very least, mom deserves a gorgeous flower arrangement this Mother’s Day! Flowers by You has beautiful, custom options that are sure to please. Stop by or give them a call.

Mountain Town Olive Oil Co. gift basket

Give mom a “tasteful” gift of infused olive oils and vinegars from Mountain Town Olive Oil.

Mountain Town Olive Oil

For the mom who’s a foodie: Buy her a specialty set of olive oil and vinegar, infused with flavors ranging from herbs de provence to blood orange to white truffle.

New West Knifeworks

For the mom who loves to cook: This new shop on Main has a stunning selection of high-quality, beautiful knives — they’re like a work of art for your kitchen.

Old Town Cellars

For the wine-loving mom: Pick up a bottle (or two) from this winery on lower Main. We suggest OTC’s Townie Rosé, a light and crisp wine that’s guaranteed to make her day.

Park City Healers

For the mom who deserves some R&R: Give her the gift of massage from Park City Healers, who’ll come to her own home for a massage of her choosing — as well as flowers and a healthy dessert from Park City Desserts. (Read more about the origin of this company HERE.)

Ritual Chocolate

For the mom with a sweet tooth: Ritual Chocolate offers a selection of high-quality, handcrafted chocolate bars that are truly a treat. Recently, they were even named one of the best chocolate gifts for Mother’s Day in Forbes.

Stein Eriksen Spa

For the mom who needs some serious pampering: The Forbes Five-Star spa is offering a Mother’s Day special for the month of May: a 50-minute signature massage and a 50-minute facial for only $300 (that’s a savings of over $100).

Wasatch and Wool

Wasatch & Wool

For the crafty mom: If she loves to crochet or knit, stop by this Kimball boutique that offers high-quality yarns and accessories from around the world.

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Locke Hughes is a freelance journalist currently based in Park City, who used to live in NYC until the mountains called. She believes long hikes and hot yoga — as well as wine and delicious food — play an important role in a happy life. Follow her outdoors and eating adventures on Instagram @lockehughes.

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