The fourth annual Eat Drink SLC soiree took place this week, hosted as it always is by Tracy Aviary – a spectacular spot to enjoy food and drink from a bevy of local purveyors while supporting important non-profit organizations in our community.
All of the proceeds from Eat Drink SLC benefit local non-profits that enhance our community and our lives, raising funds for worthy causes such as Comunidades Unidas, Race Swami, Tracy Aviary, and SB Dance. The 2018 community partner for Eat Drink SLC is Neighborhood House.
If you attended Eat Drink SLC 2018 you already know the terrific array of boutique wineries, craft brewers, small batch distilleries and craft cocktails that were on hand for your sipping pleasure, in addition to gourmet foods provided by more than two dozen local artisan producers and restaurants. If you missed it, enjoy these photos from the 2018 event and be sure to put next year’s Eat Drink SLC on your calendar and purchase tickets early.
Food options ran the gamut from Bambara restaurant and Beehive Cheese to Café Niche, Fire & Slice Pizza, Copper Onion, Cucina, Eva’s, Manoli’s, Pallet, Provisions, Stoneground, The Dispensary and many more.
Wineries donating their wares to Eat Drink SLC included Champagne Laurent Perrier, Cinder, Bronco Wine Co., Duckhorn, Lorenza, Obsidian Ridge, Precept Wines, Piattelli Vineyards, Terrestoria Wine Imports and others. A full list of food and drink partners can be found on the Eat Drink SLC website.
Although you may have missed this year’s Eat Drink SLC, you can enjoy the tremendous food, service, drink and ambience that the restaurants involved in the event all year ‘round. Do yourself a favor and pay them a visit!
Culinary quote of the week:
If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat. The people who give you their food give you their heart. — Cesar Chavez
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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