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Culinary Demo at Park City Culinary Institute

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Culinary Demo at Park City Culinary Institute
Taking the plunge into culinary school is a serious commitment, but thanks to the Park City Culinary Institute, local would-be chefs from all walks of life can dip their toes in the water. To learn more about the different culinary programs PCCI offers, institute chef Ramzy Asmar is leading a crêpe-making demonstration that doubles as a Q&A session for starry-eyed future chefs. The event takes place at the institute's Salt Lake location (1484 S. State, on June 9, and lasts from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. It's a free event, but an RSVP is required—interested parties can either email or call 801-413-2800 for reservations.

Hall of Breakfast
Perhaps one of the most mysterious structures to pop up at The Gateway during its continuing evolution, The Hall of Breakfast (12 S. 400 West, is finally opening its doors to the public. According to its Facebook page, The Hall of Breakfast is an "interactive pop-up experience celebrating everything about breakfast, from the trivial to the transcendent." The breakfast-inspired art installation kicks off its month-long showcase on Saturday, June 9, where bacon buffs and egg enthusiasts young and old can enjoy the aesthetic beauty of the most important meal of the day. General admission is $20 for adults and $15 for children, and advance tickets can be purchased from

I Love the '90's Bar Crawl
The dream of the '90's is alive at Gracie's (326 S. West Temple, 801-819-7565, this weekend as they revisit the era of grunge and gangsta rap with the I Love the '90's Bash. Far from just a gathering of flannel shirts and Doc Martens, this particular celebration of nocturnal nostalgia is a full-on bar crawl with downtown pubs such as Quarters Arcade, Johnny's on Second and Wasted Space on board. Once participants register, they get a souvenir mug for their drinks and participating bars waive their cover charges while slinging some '90's-themed drink specials. Registration opens at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, at Gracie's. Check for an updated list of participating bars.

Quote of the Week: "Eat breakfast. Then when you get to work, pretend that you have not eaten breakfast and request a second breakfast." –Tina Fey

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