Spring Closures

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There is an almost eerie quiet that blankets our little town after Winter closing day.  The tourists leave for the season, and many locals and seasonal workers head for warmer conditions down South or abroad.   This means a plethora of closures and changes in hours of local businesses to deal with the change of pace.  But have no fear, we have you covered with the most up-to-date status of all of your favorite places.

Atticus-
Open 7am-3pm everyday throughout the spring.  Our Summer hours will go into effect in June

Baja Cantina-
Closing between lunch and dinner in May from 2:30 to 5 p.m.

Bistro 412-
Closed April 17-May 25

Boneyard Saloon & Wine Dive-
Closed May 22-24

The Brass Tag at Deer Valley Resort-
Normal operating hours

Bridge Cafe-
Normal operating hours

Canyons Village Restaurants-
Closed April 17- The Farm, Red Tail and Umbrella expected to reopen in June

Cena-
Serving breakfast from 7 to 10:30 a.m. from May 5-Oct. 29; Après Bike from 3 to 5 p.m. from June 2-Sept. 10; and dinner Wednesday-Sunday from May 5-Oct. 29. No lunch service until December

Collie’s-
Normal operating hours

Deer Valley Grocery Café-
Normal operating hours

Drafts-
Thursday – Monday: 11am-10pm.  New Spring menu set to launch in the next few weeks

Edge Steakhouse-
Tuesday – Saturday: 5:30pm-9pm, Special Offering: Spring Tasting Menu – three course meal for $55

Empire Canyon Grill at Deer Valley Resort-
Closing April 16. Fireside Dining closes April 8

Este Pizzeria-
Normal operating hours

Firewood-
Closed April 15-May 25. Open Thursday-Monday from May 26-June 16

Goldener Hirsch-
Closed April 8-second week of June.

Glitretind at Stein Eriksen Lodge-
Watch for 2-for-1 coupons being offered for April through May

J&G Grill-
Normal operating hours

Lespri Prime Steak & Sushi Bar-
Running 2 for 1 entrees thru Saturday April 22
nd, 2017,  will close for mud season on the 23rd of April and will reopen on Friday June 2nd

Montage-
Vista and Yama Sushi closed Friday, April 14th. Vista will re-open beginning on June and Yama on June 28th. Daly’s last day was Saturday  April 15th and will re-open for summer hours when the hotel re-opens in May. Apex’s last day was Easter Brunch. Apex, Burgers and Bourbon and Daly’s will re-open May 8th.

Mountain Town Olive Oil-
Remains open during the shoulder season, but with reduced hours. Open Sunday through Friday from 11-5, and Saturday from 10-6

Old Town Cellars- 
Townie Rosè 2.0 now available, taking a Spring Break starting April 16th

Park City Mountain Resort-
Spring closure of on and off mountain dining

Pedego Electric Bikes-

Just celebrated Grand Reopening on April 15th. Their new spring/summer hours will be Mon-Sat 10-6 Sunday 11-5

Riverhorse- 
Closed Sundays for brunch April 23 & 30th, then they will have Chef Wars on May 7th, and then resume regular Sunday brunches.

Riverhorse Provisions-
Normal operating hours

Savoury Kitchen-  
Special Spring handcrafted lunches, delivered directly to your offices, being offered.  More details to come tomorrow’s post.  Offer valid Mon-Fri for the months of April and May

Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley Resort-
The Mariposa and Royal Street Café stop serving dinner April 8, and Bald Mountain Pho also closes April 8. Royal Street Café and Silver Lake Restaurant will continue serving lunch until April 16. Royal Street Café’s summer lunch service resumes June 16.

Snow Park Lodge at Deer Valley Resort-
Seafood Buffet closes April 8, and Snow Park Restaurant closes April 16.

Spur-
Normal operating hours.  Every afternoon from 3-5pm get $5 burgers & $5 wings

Squatters Roadhouse Grill and Pub-
Normal operating hours.  Plus $2 Mimosas, Bloody Marys and Nooners are always available for weekend brunch at both Squatters and Wasatch.  

Tupelo-
Closed April 24-May 11. Reopening for dinner May 12

Waldorf Astoria-
Normal operating hours

Wasatch Brew Pub-
Normal operating hours.  Plus $2 Mimosas, Bloody Marys and Nooners are always available for weekend brunch at both Squatters and Wasatch.

Yuki Yama-
Closed April 9th through May 25th

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Hailing originally from the East coast, Beth was drawn to the beauty and lifestyle of the West over 8 years ago. She now calls PC home, with her husband, fur babies and new baby girl on the way. Having lived all over the US, and traveled to about 40 countries, she is always in search of new adventure and culinary exploration. When she isn't busy in the Marketing world, she loves to create, cook, and is inspired by all things nature.

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