Special Spring Prix Fixe Menu at The Brass Tag

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Some restaurants are a wintertime luxury that do not stay open during the summer months. Part of the excitement of the resorts opening back up is the return of some of these iconic dining establishments. The Brass Tag, however, provides the delicious tastes and comforting flavors of Deer Valley. The perfect place to gather with friends and family after a fun-filled summer day, The Brass Tag, located in the Lodges at Deer Valley, provides a flame-kissed comfort food menu as well as wonderful craft cocktails in casual and intimate environment. This spring, The Brass Tag will be offering a spring special $34 prix fixe menu through June 18 featuring the following:

To start:

FIRE ROASTED GARDEN VEGETABLE GAZPACHO – fresh Dungeness crab, haricots verts, fennel

Choice of entree:

THE BRASS TAG BURGER – half pound, hand pattied Niman Ranch ground beef, pancetta, house pickled onion, fresh spinach, gruyere, smoked paprika aioli

OVEN ROASTED QUAIL PICCATA – heirloom tomatoes, crispy capers, Italian parsley salad

MUSHROOM TRIO AND SUMMER VEGETABLES – quinoa, farm egg, roasted red pepper sauce

Dessert: 

SNICKERDOODLE COOKIE SKILLET – choice of artisan gelato

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The Brass Tag serves their regular menu, dinner and drinks nightly and is located in the Lodges at Deer Valley at 2900 Deer Valley Dr. Open 4–9 p.m.; serving full dinner menu 5:30–9 p.m.

For more information on Deer Valley’s The Brass Tag, please visit the resort’s website at deervalley.com or contact resort Senior Communications Manager, Emily Summers at 800-424-DEER (3337) or 435-645-6522. To follow resort happenings on social media, use #deervalleysummer.

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Having lived in many places around the country, and being a frequent traveler around all parts of the globe, Jamie brings an eclectic sense of experiences to the way she lives her life. She is an avid outdoors lover of hiking, skiing, mountain biking and trail running, which is good since she loves to eat (and drink) her way through any place she visits. Her dog Ivy is her most prized possession.

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