More Options for Pops
Beyond the options already mentioned in Dine (see p. 17), there are a couple of great ways to celebrate Father's Day at local ski resorts. The Atrium at Snowbird (9320 Cliff Lodge Drive, 801-933-2140, snowbird.com) presents a special brunch from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. including eggs Benedict, smoked St. Louis ribs, sushi rolls and more for $48 per adult, $30 for kids 6-12 and free for children 5 and under. Up at Snowbasin Resort (3925 E. Snowbasin Road, Huntsville, 888-437-5488, snowbasin.com) from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., you and dad can get a free gondola ride to the restaurant for a barbecue buffet, with free music at the base before heading home. The cost is $36 per person, but only $26 for dads.
Main Street Table
As previewed last week, Park City's Main Street turns into the state's biggest and most boisterous dinner party every summer, as tables stretch from end to end on Saturday, June 17 for Savor the Summit to serve you and a couple thousand of your soon-to-be-closest friends. Beginning at 6 p.m., more than 25 Park City restaurants participate in the unique al fresco dining experience, as the picturesque mountain thoroughfare gives way to delicious food and wine, plus live music in the High West Distillery Spirit Garden at Heber Avenue and Main Street. To join in the fun, just make a reservation at one of the participating restaurants—Buona Vita, Handle, Shabu, Reef's Restaurant and more—at parkcityrestaurants.com. Menu prices vary, so inquire at your chosen venue for more details.
Wasatch Cooperative Market has reached a key milestone—450 members—which now sends the organization down the planning path for a 10,000-square-foot, full-service brick-and-mortar store that can offer fresh, local products year-round. To learn how to be part of the next phase of this member-owned institution's expansion, visit wasatch.coop.
Quote of the Week: "The oldest form of theater is the dinner table. It's got five or six people, new show every night, same players. Good ensemble; the people have worked together a lot." —Michael J. Fox
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