What is Poutine (Pooh-teen)? If you haven’t had the Canadian culinary treasure, you are missing out! The dish originally got its start as a working-class meal back in the 1950’s in Quebec. The Canadian comfort food has now become a trend around the world in some hippest restaurants, as well as a post-mountain après snack. Traditionally, it features a base of crispy french fries, normally fried in duck fat, then smothered in thick brown gravy and cheese curds. Nowadays, chefs are going beyond the traditional preparation, and are elevating the dish with everything from filet mignon to foie gras. We are lucky to have some places in Park City serving up this delicious treat, so get some!
Available: 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
221 Main St.
Cheese curd with brown gravy
Roasted piquilla peppers with black beans, guacamole, chipotle crème and cheese curd
The Wild One
Elk buffalo, venison, chipotle crème, scallions, cheese curd and brown gravy
Poutine In Your Mouth
Roving Food Truck
These folks call Salt Lake home, and you can find them all over the valley, but also on the festival circuit. In fact, they got their start at Coachella in 2014! Check their website for their most current schedule to try one of their four amazing poutines.