Eat Drink SLC Reimagined
Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced cancellation of the 6th annual Eat Drink SLC culinary festival/fundraiser, organizers have reimagined their commitment to the local community by matching donations up to $10,000 to Utah Food Bank and launching a digital campaign for the month of July encouraging would-be ticket-holders to support local restaurants, distilleries, and craft brewers.
“For the past 5 years, Eat Drink SLC has been a celebration of the coming of age of SLC as a culinary hot spot celebrating this passionate, hard-working, creative community. This year with the effects of the COVID pandemic, we feel even stronger the need to not only applaud but to support all facets of this resilient industry.” said Vine Lore president, Tracey Thompson. “In addition to encouraging guests to visit EDSLC food and drink partners, we are donating to Utah Food Bank where more and more families—including those of restaurant employees—are depending on basic food needs.”
Vine Lore Wine & Spirits will match dollar for dollar any and all contributions up to $10,000 to Utah Food Bank. Patrons can contribute by visiting www.eatdrinkslc.com.
Chateaux Reopens, Dinner & Breakfast Included
If you’re looking for a relaxing mountain getaway, The Chateaux at Deer Valley has reopened and dinner and breakfast is on them! The Chateaux and Cena Ristorante are currently offering a Dine & Stay package which includes lodging accommodations for two, daily breakfast for two at Cena Ristorante, and “an authentic Italian 3-course dinner” for two at Cena. The package is available weekends only.
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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.