> Local’s favorite Silver Star Café is bringing a new twist to their delicious dining experience. The Sunday Supper Club, which began in September 2015, aims to bring patrons together for a complete social dining experience, with family-style meals, paired wines and cocktails, and of course, great company. Silver Star has always been known for its welcoming atmosphere, and the Sunday Supper Club is a perfect example. So if you’re in the mood for a great family style dining experience, The Sunday Supper Club is for you. thesilverstarcafe.com

> Located in South Salt Lake City and now Park City, both places where authentic Peruvian food is a rare find, is Del Mar Al Lago. Recently voted one of the Top 25 Best Restaurants in Salt Lake City, Lago features a range of Peruvian classic dishes, with some worldly twists. The menu boasts everything from mussels, shrimp and calamari, to house specialties like the Peruvian style paella and the mixed ceviche. Chef Wilmer Arroyo opened the doors to Del Mar Al Lago in 2012 with only six tables. The restaurant has since expanded twice to accommodate the growing demand for their Peruvian cuisine. And the best news is they have just opened a new location in Park City. Del Mar Al Lago offers a cozy ambiance with outdoor seating available, and with catering and take-out options, there’s no reason to wait to try their new location in the Park City Plaza on Bonanza Drive. delmarallagoparkcity.com

> What’s better than delicious indulgent chocolate treats? Leafy Mama Chocolates has the answer- vegan, paleo, gluten free caramels and dark chocolates. Park City local and Leafy Mama Chocolates owner Melanie Edwards drew on her childhood memories of making chocolates over the holidays for friends and family to create her business — creating delicious and healthy chocolates and sweets for local Parkites. leafymama.com

> Park City’s favorite Mexican restaurant, El Chubasco, will open a second location this winter. Dubbed El Chubasco To Go, the new unit will focus solely on takeout and catering operations. The addition of online ordering and a mobile app will allow customers to place their order to be picked-up at a specific desired time. Two designated parking spots near the front door will alleviate the need to go inside. Family and group meals, along with pre-packaged chips and salsa will also be available. El Chubasco To Go will be located in the same plaza as the original restaurant, at 1890 Bonanza Drive. elchubascomexicangrill.com

> Tupelo, at 508 Main Street, promises to be a flavor revival! Chef and owner Matt Harris gained notoriety as one of the youngest executive chefs in Atlanta, followed by stretches in New York City, San Francisco and the J&G Grill at St. Regis Deer Valley. Matt believes cuisine is more than cooking – it’s a celebration of food and community. With his vision inspired by his native southern roots, Matt’s carefully crafted menu will be continuously evolving, with starters, entrees and heirloom vegetable and grain selections supported by relationships with farmers, fishermen and artisans.
Try the Hop Cured Trout or the Slow Cooked Pork Belly with Black Lentils, Pomegranate and Pickled Radish. Tupelo- elegant, refined, playful. tupeloparkcity.com

350 MAIN “Whenever someone asks, where should we eat, I say ‘350 Main’ because it’s consistently delicious,” notes local Vanessa Hartley.
Since opening their doors in December 1995, Cortney Johansen, now managing partner of 350 Main, has worked every job in the restaurant. Her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Hofmann, acquired
the building and opened the restaurant. Dr. Hofmann frequently entertained and tutored fellow orthopedic surgeons, so having “a family place” to meet made perfect sense.
From the Tuna Tower to the gluten-free fried chicken, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious. To celebrate their 20th anniversary, 350 Main will be offering complimentary birthday cake for each table throughout the season. “We are family-owned and operated. It’s about love, love of food, employees, and of course, our clients.” 350main.com

> In Park City, residents take great pride in the term “local”. They’re proud to be called locals and to support locals. And that’s one reason The Market at Park City is a favorite among those who call Park City home, because it’s locally owned and operated by one of the town’s own Mike Holm. Likewise, Mike takes great pride in making his grocery store the first choice among locals (and visitors too). “We have a committed staff with the knowledge and expertise needed to offer you the best selection of produce, meat, gluten- free items, organic and local items, and everyday grocery needs,” he said.
The Market at Park City is also known for supporting locals by featuring homegrown companies and products, like Red Bicycle Breadworks. Restaurant quality Family Fresh Sushi rolls are available right in the deli. Other locally-made favorites include salsas, jams and candies. The Market also has a dedicated section called “Utah’s Own,” which features products made here in the Beehive State. It gets better: the state liquor store — another place you’re bound to run into a local — is located right in The Market’s parking lot! marketatparkcity.com

> Copper & Co. of Park City offers beautiful party rental equipment that doesn’t look like your typical rental ware. Copper & Co. specializes in intimate gatherings, with upscale entertaining essentials, perfect for your next dinner party, cocktail party, or destination wedding. With everything from linens, tables and chairs, and every dinner accessory imaginable, Copper & Co. has everything you need for your next soiree. parkcitypartyrentals.com

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