‘Park City Plated’ to Offer Special Dining Experiences at Local Restaurants

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Park City locals and visitors already have lots of incredible restaurants to choose from. (Find our roundup of all the best deals around town, like two-for-one specials at Main Street hot spots, HERE.) Now, with the introduction of Park City Plated, Park City foodies have a new, fun way to experience unique menu items throughout the year. (Find all the details HERE.)

Organized by the Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA), the initiative will launch in August and will feature a different Park City restaurant each month. The restaurant of the month will offer creative, locally-sourced dishes that won’t appear on the regular menu.

“Park City Plated is a brand new way for guests to sample our community’s diverse dining scene,” said PCARA executive director Ginger Wicks. “Exclusive monthly specials from a rotating collection of some of Park City’s finest restaurants give guests the opportunity to experience new, local flavors and unique menu items all year long.”

The first event will take place August 25 at Hearth and Hill. During their “Hip Hop Brunch” with an a la carte menu, diners can jam out to tunes from DJ Funky Brunch while enjoying signature brunch items such as pork buns or a Dutch baby pancake, along with handcrafted cocktails.

Next up, Riverhorse on Main will host “A Night of Italian Classics” for its Park City Plated event on September 19. A reception will take place on the patio at 7 p.m., then dinner will begin in the Atrium at 7:45 p.m. Guests will enjoy Riverhorse’s own unique twist on Italian cuisine, as well as spectacular wines paired perfectly with the cuisine. Click HERE for tickets, which start at $175 per person.

On October 18, Park City Plated comes to the Stein Eriksen Lodge for a fall food tasting plus pairings from Alpine Distilling. This casual reception will feature a four-course tasting menu presented by Chef Jon Miller and Chef Zane Holmquist. Alpine Distilling will also be on tap to speak about their libations and how they pair with the food. The tasting menu is $50, while the cocktail pairings are an additional $50.

Mark your calendars with the rest of the upcoming dates of Park City Plated!

November 7: Escala Provisions Company Restaurant
November 13: Powder at Waldorf Astoria
December (Dates TBD): Red Rock Brewing and High West Distillery
January (Date TBD): Deer Valley Grocery~Café
February (Date TBD): Tupelo
March (Date TBD): The Brass Tag
April (Date TBD): Riverhorse Provisions

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Locke Hughes is a freelance journalist currently based in Park City, who used to live in NYC until the mountains called. She believes long hikes and hot yoga — as well as wine and delicious food — play an important role in a happy life. Follow her outdoors and eating adventures on Instagram @lockehughes.

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