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Top Chef Pop-Up

Also: Feldman's Deli, The Yurt, Park City closures


Katie Weinner
  • Katie Weinner

Top Chef Pop-Up
Salt Lake City's Katie Weinner, creator of SLCPOP, can currently be seen competing in episodes of this season's Top Chef program on Bravo. She'll also be "popping up" Nov. 8 at Red Moose Coffee Company (1693 S. 900 East, 801-906-8864, for a four-course pop-up dinner ($75 per person). For further information about Weinner's pop-up adventures and to purchase tickets, visit

Live Fun @ Feldman's
For a while now, Feldman's Deli (2005 E. 2700 South, 801-906-0369, has been the go-to spot for great Jewish-style deli fare. But did you know it's also an entertainment venue? It began with Michael Feldman hosting occasional evenings called Old Jews Telling Jokes. Now, seats for those shows are some of the hottest tickets in town. Feldman's Deli also regularly features live music. Upcoming shows include comedian Keith Barany on Nov. 13, The KlezBros (traditional Jewish, European and Gypsy music) on Nov. 22, Paul Rasmussen and Mark Jardine (guitar & fiddle) on Dec. 6, and the Jai Tai Jazz Trio on Dec. 13. Covers for the shows are $5 to $10.

Get Yer Yurt On
The Yurt at Solitude (12000 East Big Cottonwood Canyon, Solitude, is now taking reservations for the 2014-15 ski season. The yurt is a truly unique dining experience that begins with a 20-minute snowshoe or cross-country ski tour and ends with dinner and drinks at a Mongolian-style yurt. The yurt is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday for guests ages 13 and up, and includes a five-course menu created by award-winning chefs Lesli Sommerdorf, Julie Paine, Patrick Yan and Franck Peissel. To book your yurt dining adventure, phone 801-536-5765.

Ski Town Closures
The Park City Area Restaurant Association wants to remind diners that many Park City restaurants either close completely or adjust their hours through mid-November, when the ski season starts to ramp up. For a complete list of restaurant closures and fall hours, visit and click on Shoulder Season Hours.

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