Soups Season is Here

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Fall may be all about pumpkin this and squash that, but it’s also the start of soup season! With the temps dropping, fall soups are definitely the most delicious way to get cozy. From broths to bisques and chowders to chilis, these belly-warming bowls of goodness can be found at some of our favorite Park City spots.

Whether you’re in the mood for a classic chicken noodle soup or something a little more hearty, like a ramen noodle bowl, you’re bound to encounter a few fall soups that speak to your taste buds.

Below are five spots in Park City to get your soup on:

The Bridge Cafe and Grill

Classic chicken noodle soup

Classic, comforting and ultra-satisfying chicken noodle soup is the cure-all for whatever is ailing you, and probably reminds you of home. The Bridge Cafe’s version is served with a side of grilled garlic bread.

Fairweather Natural Foods

Creamy greens soup

Fairweather Natural Foods has a rotating array of healthy vegan soups. This week they were serving split pea soup and a coconut-based creamy greens soup. Once these soups are gone they will serve up two new ones. Visit Fairweather for their soups of the week – while they last!

Element Kitchen and Bakery

Notch Peak brisket chili

In Element’s kitchen, chili season is here! They’ve created the perfect accompaniment to the changing temps with their Notch Peak brisket chili that’s organic, dairy-free and gluten-free. Decadent wagyu brisket has been simmered amongst black beans, tomatoes, onions, red and green bell peppers, cilantro, sugar, salt, garlic, spices and finished off with a splash of lime for a serious chili upgrade.

Hearth and Hill

Pork ramen

There’s nothing quite like ramen on a cold dreary day to perk us up, and Hearth and Hill’s hearty ramen does just that! With shredded pork, scallions, enoki mushrooms, nori, kimchee and a soft egg, this pulled noodle dish will get you enthusiastically slurping.

Freshies Lobster Co.

Lobster bisque

Nostalgic for New England? Seafood isn’t just for the summer. Warm-up with Freshies lobster bisque, topped with a lobster claw and seasoned to perfection! Another gluten-free option!

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Rachel Friedman Elberts is a personal trainer and health coach for the pursuit of fitness & movement in the outdoors based in Park City, Utah. Check her out at www.stokecoach.com. She was born and raised in New York City, but was called West by the Mountains. She's worked in the Outdoor Industry for the past 8 years and has found a deep love for connecting people, building relationships, and connecting more deeply with nature. You can probably find her either being active in the outdoors hiking, backpacking, playing tennis, golf, on her SUP, Snowboard, Mountain Bike, or taking pictures, being creative in the kitchen, discovering new experiences and restaurants in her community and traveling to places near and far that fill her with awe and wonder. Follow her adventures @rachshredgnar on Instagram.

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