Christmas Eve 2019 @ Powder
One of the premier fine dining restaurants in Utah is Powder, which is located in the Park City Waldorf Astoria. Austria-born Executive Chef Hermann Schaefer has breathed new life into Powder with his innovative and artistic dishes and presentations. Much of his food looks like edible art.
If you’re looking to dine out on Christmas Eve this season, Powder would be an excellent choice. Menu items for Christmas Eve dinner at Powder include Niman Ranch roasted lamb loin carpaccio; wild and exotic forest mushroom cappuccino; grilled swordfish; Wagyu bavette; and Vienna-style Christmas desserts.
The cost for Powder’s Christmas Eve dinner is $72/adults; $36/children 4-12. Call 435-647-5566 for reservations.
A Date with Santa at Tuscany
This Saturday, December 14th, from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m., Santa Claus will be making a stop at Tuscany restaurant – a beautiful setting in which to spend part of your holiday season.
The folks at Tuscany invite children and adults alike to join them in the time honored tradition of getting pictures taken with Santa, eating cookies and drinking hot coacoa.
The cost is $15 per person and space is limited. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 801-277-9919.
When you dine at Texas de Brazil Churrascaria Steakhouse, the parade of freshly grilled meats is endless: gauchos rotate from table to table offering skewered grilled meats until you say “Uncle!”
During December, in addition to the wide variety of meats already offered – ranging from leg of lamb, alcatra, filet mignon and picanha, to braised beef ribs, flank steak and more – marinated and grilled pork chops will be offered. They’re grilled to a golden brown perfection and oh-so tender and tasty.
I recommend ordering a bottle of Pyros Malbec, Valle de Pedernal, Argentina, 2016 as the perfect pairing for those lip-smacking pork chops. Phone 383-232-8070 for reservations.
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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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