Savor the Summit 2019 – The Rain and Cold Didn’t Stop the Show


Savor the Summit, hosted by Park City Area Resturant Association, is Park City’s largest outdoor dinner party and was about to be the largest indoor dinner party due to the rain this past Saturday. The rain made setting up a bit more chaotic this year as restaurants scrambled to get everything dry before the 5pm cocktail hour. Luckily, the sun came out and the party went on as planned. Each participating restaurant created a beautiful table that spanned all of Main Street. Walking around and seeing what everyone has put together was half the fun.

We had the pleasure of dining with Riverhorse this year. They had long wooden tables adorned with flowers and sheepskin rugs that was elegant and cozy. Chef Seth Adams and his culinary team served up a beautiful four-course meal. Here is what we enjoyed.

Jumbo lump crab cake and lobster carpaccio & garden tomato and charred corn gazpacho

King trumpet mushroom salad, sherry vinaigrette, roasted tomatoes, goat cheese, frisee lettuce, duck prosciutto & foie gras torchon, fresh plums, foie cracker

Espresso rubbed Wagyu steak with smoked beet, truffle carrot puree, crispy Yukon potatoes & pan-seared seabass, fresh peach, heirloom carrots, cilantro, garlic chive

Grand Marnier pannacotta, chocolate fritters, cherry compote, caramel bitters, citrus cotton candy

No matter where you chose to dine, Savor the Summit never disappoints. We love the communal dining which allows you to mingle and make new friends. Tickets go on sale a month or two before the event depending on which restaurant you chose to dine with, so make sure to call ahead next year so you don’t miss out.



About Author

Aliza is the person who has the menu memorized before walking through the door of any restaurant. Her favorite necklace says, "Feed Me". Lover of all things food, she's been working in restaurants for the past 16 years and attended the Institute of Culinary Education in NYC for Culinary Management. Her passion for the outdoors brought her to Park City from NYC and she's never looked back!

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