Brunch on Beck
In case you’ve forgotten, here’s a reminder that the Garage on Beck serves up bodacious brunch on Sundays, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., complete with tempting brunch beverages like the Morning Mule, Spicy Bloody Mary, bottles of Champagne with juice, and lots more.
There are weekly brunch specials to choose from, such as this past week’s sensational shakshuka (pictured). Regular brunch menu items run the gamut from chicken and waffles, Garage Benedict, beignet French toast, and biscuits and gravy to blueberry pancakes, Denver omelette, avocado toast Been, killer huevos rancheros, and much more.
And, don’t forget that you actually CAN enjoy live music during the pandemic. The Garage offers safe, socially-distanced live performances with artists such as Andrew Wiscombe, Michelle Moonshine, Nathan Spencer, Morgan Snow, Turtle Dovin’ and many more. So get yerself out of the house and enjoy!
Tapas Tuesdays & More @ Cafe Madrid
Every Tuesday, Cafe Madrid offers 50% off of regular menu pricing for tapas (valid for dine-in guests only). Or, you can stop by for Sangria Thursdays when Cafe Madrid’s homemade sangria is a mere $5 per glass.
The tapas menu at Cafe Madrid is a wide-ranging one, offering tempting dishes like gambas con bacon, tortilla Española, croquetas de pollo, pulpo a la gallega, albóndigas caseras, butifarras con brevas, and many more.
Tuscany & Franck’s Champagne Dinner
On Monday, February 22nd, beginning at 6:00 p.m. the staffs of Franck’s and Tuscany restaurants will team up for a special four-course Champagne dinner hosted by owner and ex-NBA great Mark Eaton at Franck’s restaurant.
The first course is called “Ménage à Trois: kinilaw on sesame cracker, grilled cheese with crème fraîche & caviar, and ginger-braised beet with Champagne vinaigrette and whipped goat cheese paired with Jansz Sparkling Rosè.
The second course will be seared diver scallop with granny smith apple butter, horseradish emulsion, pickled apple, brown butter, nasturtium, and apple chip. The Champagne pairing for the course will be Roederer Estate Brut.
Course number three is blueberry & porcini-stuffed confit leg of Utah lamb with Robuchon-style potato, mint chimichurri, dry blueberry relish, and mint-frisee salad, paired with Moët Imperial Brut.
Finally, the evening will wind up with dessert of olive oil cake with citrus supreme, lemon-rosemary ice cream, and candied rosemary, paired with Flare Espumoso de Moscatel.
The cost of the Champagne dinner is $120 per person: $60 for food and $60 for the optional Champagne pairings. Reservations can be made only by calling 801-274-6264.
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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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