173Chefs Steve and Ginny Butler recently purchased the Road Island Diner, making big improvements to this historic 1939 Oakley eatery. Known for Kumbayah Kitchens catering, their focus on fresh, homemade “everything” and locally-sourced products is bringing raves from customers. Enjoy outdoor BBQs, intimate concerts in the downstairs lounge area, or come by for an old-fashioned ice cream soda. If you haven’t been there lately, it’s time to go back.

The Park City Marriott, a hidden gem in the Prospector area, underwent a $1 million renovation in 2014. The DEN’s reasonably priced, upscale American menu includes Pear & Bleu Cheese Salads, Shaved Rib- Eye French Dip, Chicken Saltimbocca Sandwiches, entrees and desserts. In the new Timbers Lounge, choose wines by the glass or bottle, sip seasonal draft beers or enjoy daily drink specials—Life’s a Peach is Monday’s refreshing mix of High West Peach Vodka, fresh lemonade and soda.

If you’re a fan of Park City Bread & Bagel, we’ve got good news! Owner Adam Fehr is opening a second location in Kimball Junction at 1756 Uinta Way. Early opening hours make it easy to grab a cup of joe or fresh smoothie before your commute or daily adventure and knosh on breakfast burritos, paninis, sunrise veggie sandwiches and the “best bagels this side of Brooklyn.”

From Scratch in Salt Lake City really lives up to its name. Owner David Brodsky ambitiously grinds his own flour on-site with a custom made Austrian flour mill to make pizza dough, pastas and hamburger buns. It’s fennel sausage, ricotta cheese, ketchup and other condiments are also housemade. From Scratch may be the “new kid” in town, but it’s already won Best of State for burgers and City Weekly’s “Best Garlic Dreams” for it’s White Out Pizza.

My Liquid Garden has one mission: to spread the truth of juice. “There’s nothing more pure and honest than raw, organic fruits and vegetables,” says owner Anne-Marie Portnoy. “And juicing is the best way to get high concentrations of ingredients.” Truth or Dedication cleanses and weekly packages like Sensational Seven, Weekday Wake-up or Weekend Warrior can be ordered online for delivery at your Park City home, office, and hotel. Also look for a store opening this summer.

175Mark your calendars for the 2014 Taste of the Wasatch, an annual fundraiser for Utahns Against Hunger, on Sunday, August 3rd at Solitude Mountain Resort. Utah’s premier culinary party is an exercise in “strategic eating” as guests listen to live music and savor delicacies from over 60 restaurants and bakeries, while sipping wines and sampling beers from boutique wineries and craft breweries. All money raised is donated to local food banks.

If you’re a “bread head” then you’re very familiar with Volker’s Bakery. Austrian family bakers, famous for their vast variety of breads like Lemon Sage, Asiago Basil, Jewish Rye, Walnut Country, Rosmarino, Sun-Dried Tomato and Pinenuts, and Spinach & Artichoke, also offer bread dipping sauces, pizzas, pies, pastries and of course, the classic apple strudel. Order online or by phone, or stop by their pizza and bread trucks at the Park City Farmer’s Market.

171Chef Meryl, a native of South Africa, earned her toque at the Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts and spent years preparing haute cuisine aboard a super yacht for heads of state, royalty, celebrities and other high-profile, discerning clients. She and her husband have formed Du Monde Gourmet Catering, providing private chef dining without the gourmet pricing, catering to private functions or for intimate dinners in the comfort of your own home.

Millcreek Cacao Roasters have taken their perfected coffee roasting process and applied it to making gourmet chocolate bars right here in Utah. Local roasters Dana and Mark share a passion for making artisan chocolate—a noticeable passion that shines through the direct relationship they have with cacao farmers in Ecuador, from sustainable farming to ensuring the quality of each and every hand-picked bean. The level of craftsmanship that goes into creating each bar of chocolate can be tasted in their unique Orange Peel Cacao Bar or in the savory Himalayan Salt Cacao Bar, and extends to all of their delicious flavored chocolate bars.

Located in central Utah, Real Salt is mining one of the healthiest and best-tasting salts in the world. Real Salt is mined in Redmond, Utah from salt deposits from an ancient sea bed. Where does the name “Real Salt” come from? The salt deposits in the mines have been geologically protected from erosion and modern pollutants, and since Real Salt is never chemically treated, bleached, or kiln dried, the end result is real salt that is sweeter tasting and healthier than table salts and sea salts. Real Salt can be purchased in local grocery stores and is a must-have for the seasoned gourmet’s kitchen.

Local bread company Red Bicycle Breadworks began baking and selling artisan breads in 2007 at the Park Silly Market. Each year has continued to be more successful, winning the City Weekly Best of State, Best Artisan Breads in 2012. With a motto to “keep Park City crusty,” the bakery vows to use locally produced, organic ingredients such as Central Milling flour, Redmond Real Salt and Gold Creek Farms cheddar curds. Bread fans can find flavors from Park City Sourdough, to Olive Oil and Sea Salt Stick Bread, and even Chocolate Chipotle Lime at The Market at Park City; all bread is baked fresh daily. Red Bicycle is also featured at several local restaurants and can always be found on Sundays at the Park Silly Market.

While searching for healthier food alternatives, Real Foods Market may just be your one stop for all things healthy. Locations throughout Utah include Orem, St. George, Heber City and the recent addition in Sugar House. Real Foods’ mission is to provide food that is “natural, unadulterated, and nutrient-rich.” In other words, nothing that is processed, genetically-modified, or contaminated with pesticides or chemicals. By establishing personal relationships with its suppliers, Real Foods is able to ensure the highest-quality and healthiest products possible. Whether stopping in for some organic vegetables, healthy snacks or picking up some organic, grass-fed beef, Real Foods Market has healthier alternatives for all your needs.

174Silver Star Cafe was featured on the Food Network’s number one program, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Congratulations to Jeff, Lisa and all their staff.
Hugo Coffee Located in one of Park City’s newest buildings—the Visitor Information Center on Highway 224—Hugo Coffee is one of the cheeriest spots in Park City. Hugo Coffee is owned by Claudia McMullin and named after her Friends of Animals rescue dog, Hugo. Being clearly dog-centric, Claudia welcomes your furry friends into Hugo Coffee. Claudia has created a beautiful space with comfortable tables and chairs, allowing guests to have private conversations while enjoying a feeling of community in the great light-filled room facing Park City’s ski resorts. In addition to the spectacular views, Hugo Coffee offers rich and flavorful Silver Bean coffee, great breakfast and lunch fare, free wi-fi, and thanks to her terrific baristas, fun latte art, including paw prints.

Hugo Coffee is a great place to hold meetings, or for those who work at home, to get out. If you are looking for a new place to meet with friends or clients, check out Hugo Coffee. There is no line (yet) and the coffee is exceptional. Hugo Coffee is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Parking is plentiful.

Park Meadows Country Club The best private dining experience in Park City is now available to you with a Park Meadows Dining Membership. If you’re looking for an unhurried setting, superb service, excellent cuisine and relaxing, panoramic mountain views of all three Park City ski resorts, Park Meadows provides them all.

With casual and fine dining available year round, Executive Chef Chris Sheehan prepares regionally-inspired seasonal menus using locally-sourced and sustainable products.












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