Deer Valley Open for Summer
Deer Valley Resort opens on Friday, June 26th for daily summer operations including lift-served hiking, biking and chairlift rides, summer lodging specials and, of course, the world-class cuisine that has put Deer Valley on the culinary map.
During Summer 2020, Deer Valley will operate the Deer Valley Grocery-Cafe, Royal Street Cafe and the Silver Lake Snack Shack with takeaway items, outdoor seating and limited capacities to comply with social distancing practices.
Royal Street Cafe will feature al fresco dining from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily for lunch on the scenic deck. Menu options include delectable items such as the fresh Dungeness Crab Tower with sauces of wasabi, ginger-soy and sweet chile or Yellowfin Tuna Tartare with an arugula truffle oil and lemon salad. Also available is Deer Valley’s famous Turkey Chili, panini sandwiches, their award-winning Bacon BBQ Bison Burger, entrees, salads, sensational desserts, wine, cocktails, beer and more.
Deck Dining at Log Haven
Are you looking for a little more elbow room when you dine out these days? Log Haven has you covered with their sprawling outdoor deck for dining where the birds are singing, the sun is shining, and the waterfall whispers in the back. It’s al fresco dining at its finest.
Chef Dave Jones’ tempting menu ranges from Tuna Tartare and Korean Fried Cauliflower to Roasted Poblano Chile Risotto, Achiote Grilled Salmon, Grilled Bison Teres Major Steak, and Grilled Duck Breast with pomegranate syrup. Plus, an award winning wine list and drink menu.
Tomahawk Tuesdays @ Fleming’s
On Tuesdays, couples with big appetites can indulge in Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar’s Tomahwak Tuesday – dinner for two priced at $125. The three course meal includes a 35-oz. Prime bone-in tomahawk steak broiled at 1600 degrees F. paired with two salads, two side dishes and two desserts. Sounds delicious!
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