Fall for These Autumn Dishes

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Autumn is that insatiable season between summer and winter when the cooler weather begins to dictate both our taste buds and time, forcing our search for pumpkin-flavored provisions, gut-warming fare and seasonally-inspired spins on summertime favorites.

The time of year when fall dishes claim valuable real estate on some of the town’s most popular menus, transitioning the fleeting reds and yellows from the tree tops to our plates, allowing us to extend the weeks and savor the days. Here are a few fall menu items we’re excited about.

Hearth and Hill

fall-inspired menu itemsOne of the town’s best new restaurant additions is featuring several new dishes for fall, including: hamachi crudo, tempeh bahn mi, apple salad and elk saltimbocca. Don’t miss the soba noodle salad–complete with cucumber, avocado, charred broccoli, chili, scallion, radish and finished with a yuzu sesame dressing.

Vessel Kitchen

Don’t abandon salads yet! Vessel Kitchen is featuring their new cream and honey salad, served with mixed greens, burrata mozzarella, snap pea, jicama, yellow pepper, toasted coconut, local micro kale, pita strips and a honey ginger vinaigrette.

Five5eeds

fall-inspired menu itemsPark City’s colors have been on full display this month, but as the oranges fade outside, look to Five5eeds for their pumpkin smoothie bowl topped with almonds, coconut, granola, apple and cacao nibs for your next true taste of fall.

Park City Provisions

A local favorite is now featuring an even creamier way to start those crisp October mornings: overnight oats. Made with coconut milk, chia seeds, golden raisins, cranberries, maple syrup and topped with fresh berries.

Blue Boar Inn

fall-inspired menu itemsMidway, Utah’s Swiss Alps, is ready and waiting this autumn with a well-known European dish, Holsteiner Snitzel, which includes sautéed spaetzle, asparagus, fried egg and a citrus beurre blanc.

Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Salt Lake City, Bambara

fall-inspired menu itemsA quick trip to Salt Lake City delivers a hearty fall meal for those cold nights bustling about the big city. Kimpton Hotel Monaco’s restaurant, Bambara, is showcasing culinary expertise with a grilled filet of beef served with duck-fat roasted fingerling potatoes, leak purée, mushrooms and black truffle aioli.

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Casey Lane is a Southern California transplant based in Park City where she is a freelance writer with over 12 years experience in the restaurant industry. When she's not typing up witty food metaphors or personifying her meals she is a home chef, skier, avid mountain biker, and spin instructor who seems to constantly be reorganizing different nooks and crannies of her home. She is mom to two cats and one tiny pup who is also the star of her LGBT children's books, Lucky Love. Follow her adventures in words and woods @bycaseylane.

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