Holidays at Molise
With the winter holiday season just around the corner, here’s a reminder that the new Caffe Molise location at 404 S. West Temple has gorgeous private and semi-private event spaces suited to parties large or small. The staff at this killer Italian restaurant will work with you to create a complete custom multi-course meal, buffet, cocktail party, or just about anything else you can imagine, from a gathering of 10 to 200.
The Daily Turns 1
Congratulations to owner Ryan Lowder (The Copper Onion, Copper Common, Copper Kitchen) and his team who celebrated the first anniversary of The Daily this week. At The Daily, you’ll find fresh baked goods, grab & go juices and meals, Stumptown Coffee; and a wide range of delicious food items for breakfast and lunch. Menu items at The Daily range from Adobo and Chicken & Farro bowls to sandwiches such as Spicy Tuna Salad, BLT, and classic Grilled Cheese; and soups like Tomato with herbs and roasted garlic. For breakfast (until 3:00 pm) there’s Avocado Toast, Turkish Eggs, a Breakfast Burrito; plus ‘The Daily’ Breakfast of 2 eggs, 2 strips of bacon, home fries, and toast, plus lots more. Catering and online ordering is also available at The Daily.
Park City Dine About
From now through October 20, The Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) invites locals and visitors to the 7th annual Park City “Dine About.” During the Fall Dine About, some 31 Park City area restaurants will offer seasonal menus of 3-course dinners and 2-course lunches with dinners value-priced at $20 or $40, depending on the choice of restaurant, and lunches priced at $10 or $15. Participating restaurants range from Billy Blanco’s, The Brass Tag, and Firewood to Shabu, Tupelo, and Twisted Fern. A complete list of Dine About restaurants and menus can be found at parkcityrestaurants.com.
Culinary quote of the week:
I come from a family where gravy is considered a beverage. — Erma Bombeck
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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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