Paints & Plates @ Deer Valley Grocery-Cafe
Park City Plated is an ongoing series of one-off dinners sponsored by the Park City Area Restaurant Association that rotates to various Park City area restaurants and provide guests a way to sample that community’s diverse dining scene.
The Paint Mixer will provide step-by-step instructions for painting a Sundance-themed cityscape of Park City’s Main Street, while Deer Valley Grocery-Cafe will provide signature menu items as well as making available optional drink specials.
The cost for Park City Plated at Deer Valley Grocery-Cafe is $68 and includes dinner, painting experience and supplies. Click here for reservations.
Rodizio on Fire!
Rodizio Grill is a Brazilian-style churrascaria where an endless (until you say UNCLE!) rotation of grilled meats and other foods, plus a ginormous hot and cold salad bar, make for a fun and delicious all-you-can-eat extravaganza.
If, like me, you love spicy food, this is for you: For a limited time, Rodizio on Fire is back. That’s where in addition to the regular Rodizio Grill menu, guests can enjoy “spicy re-imaginings” of Rodizio favorites. Rodizio on Fire specials include these options at no additional price to the regular dinner menu:
Peppercorn Steak – Succulent tenderloin made crispy with a heat-inducing crust of coarse ground black pepper.
Picanha com Pimenta, Top Sirloin with Serrano – Top sirloin with a temper, cubed and grilled to tender perfection between strips of spicy Serrano pepper.
Cayenne-Cinnamon Pineapple – Our fan-favorite glazed pineapple’s spicy sister: sweet with cinnamon at first blush but leaving you on fire with a cayenne kick. (Traditional Glazed Pineapple still served)
Habanero Lime Salad – Flames ignite with this salad, featuring onions, cucumbers, sweet drop pepper, fresh lime juice — and habanero. Only for the brave.
Picadinho Chili – Traditional Gaucho stew, this mildly spicy ground beef delicately balances the nuanced flavors of capers and olives with a blend of bold but forgiving spices. A flavorful venture into spicy for the beginner.
Rodizio Grill is located at Trolley Square. For reservations, call 801-220-0500.
Two Old Guys Hosting CoffeeHouse @ Unitarian Church
Do you care for coffee? Are you mad about music? Well, here’s a perhaps unexpected venue for both: the First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City. On Friday, January 24th, from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m., the public is invited to “Two Old Guys Hosting CoffeeHouse at Unitarian Church.”
The “Two Old Guys” are musicians Tally Evans and “DeliMan” Michael Feldman, proprietor of Feldman’s Deli. At the Unitarian Church, they’ll be hosting an evening of live music, complimentary coffee courtesy of the Coffee Garden at 9th & 9th, and there’s sure to be a good number of belly laughs, as well. In addition to the Two Old Guys (bawdy tunes, whimsical songs, blues & ballads), scheduled artists include Sycamore Slim (old time blues), Guy Benson (fingerpicking virtuoso), Pat & Roy (oldies but goodies), Bill Heaner (songwriter), and John Sherrill (jazzy). A $5 donation is requested.
The Unitarian CoffeeHouses and Open Mic nights have been a beloved Salt Lake City institution since 1975.
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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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