Park City Gourmet to Go-Go

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When it comes to summer in Park City, there is never a lack of things to do. Locals say you come for the winter, but stay for the summer. Concerts, hiking, biking and general revelry abound, there are so many things to do outside, you will for sure need to refill on your adventures. That is where the gourmet picnic baskets from local restaurants come in handy. Here is a quick guide on where to get a delectable prepackaged meal on the go for whatever adventure awaits.

Montage Deer Valley

Being a guest at Montage has it’s privileges. Have them create the perfect picnic for your adventures. Take out one of their courtesy Cadillac’s on a trip, already curated by the Montage staff. Enjoy delicious food while exploring the beautiful Wasatch Back. Not staying at Montage? You can still play. With 24 hours notice, the chefs will pack up a gourmet basket for two for your own adventures, concerts or whatever your whim. Included in the baskets are choices of salads, sandwiches and desserts, or order The Parisian with artisanal cheeses, Creminelli charcuterie, house-made jams, French baguette, seasonal fruits and chocolate truffles. Add in a bottle of wine, bubbly or assorted non-alcoholic drinks for an additional charge. Return the basket with all the dirty dishes and Montage takes care of that too! Prices start at $35 per person

Montage Deer Valley

(435) 604-1300

Stein Eriksen Lodge

Take a Park City adventure with a basket designed by the chefs at Stein Eriksen Lodge. This basket is filled to the brim with everything you need for the perfect picnic in the mountains- from delectable menu items to your favorite bottle of wine from Stein’s Cellar, utensils, napkins, bottled water and appropriate glassware. Packed for two and priced at $60, you can enjoy a starter of garden tomatoes or salmon deviled eggs then move on to choices like shrimp Waldorf salad sandwich, hangar steak salad or roasted beet and hummus toast to name a few. All finished off with fresh baked brownies and blondies. Orders need to be placed 24 hours in advance and are available to hotel guests or those just wanting a very special meal for the day.

Stein Eriksen Lodge

(435) 649-3700

Riverhorse Provisions

Whether it’s a concert with friends, a crest trail hike or spending the afternoon outdoors with your family, Riverhorse Provisions has the food covered. From a charcuterie board to a packed lunch, explore their expansive menu of to-go options that will make the perfect day even better. Categorized in baskets and boxes, you can have options like the Southern basket with fried chicken, coleslaw and watermelon or the falafel box with falafel lettuce cups, cucumber feta salad and pita bread. Ranging in price from $20-$42, check out their website for the full list of baskets and boxes for your Park City adventure!

Riverhorse Provisions

435-649-0799

Deer Valley Grocery Cafe

deer valley grocery

Take some of your favorite Deer Valley Grocery Cafe menu items with you on your quest for adventure. Whether it’s a trip to the Uintas or a Deer Valley concert, Deer Valley Grocery Cafe will pack you up the perfect meal to keep you fueled for fun! Custom order your picnic basket items from your café favorites, or order a gourmet picnic for one of Deer Valley Resort summer concerts. Find the instructions and menu options for concert picnic baskets HERE. Order by 5 p.m. today for tomorrow’s concert- featuring the Utah Symphony. It’s as easy as click, order and eat.

Deer Valley Grocery Cafe

435-615-2400

Sweets & Cheese

sweets and cheese

This gourmet catering service offers beautiful platters to nosh on and they will also deliver! What could make a more perfect picnic? Want to recreate something for yourself? Use the lesson story in our summer magazine to get tips on how the owner Angela makes these impressive creations. Find out more about what Sweets & Cheese offers, HERE.

Sweets & Cheese

(435) 565-4656

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Eat, ride, sleep, rinse, repeat. That is Meghan's motto. If you don't spy her at a local Park City restaurant photographing, eating then blogging about an amazing local eatery, you will find her horsing around with her little Mustang pony Napoleon and black lab Dakota. A 30 year local, Meghan loves to follow the ever-evolving epicurean culture of Park City and the surrounding areas.

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