Brunch @ HallPass
HallPass at The Gateway now offers brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Utah’s first food hall, HallPass is a unique, upscale dining and drinking destination that is too unique to be simply called a food court.
HallPass bars and eateries include SkinnyFATS, Blaze of Thunder (Nashville hot chicken), Beer Zombies Draft Room & Beef Garden, CodSpeed, Graffiti Bao (bao buns, dim sum, noodles & more), and Colossal Lobster (lobster rolls, oysters, crab, etc.). Food items at HallPass are available for dine-in or for pick up/delivery.
Free $25 Gift Card for PC Restaurants
The Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) has announced the return of their Dine Local, Save Local promotion. All you have to do is sign up and they will mail you a $25 gift certificate while supplies last. Once you receive your gift card, you can redeem it after spending $50.00 or more on food items (excluding taxes, gratuity, alcohol, and any service fees) at one of the participating Park City restaurants from May 15 to June 30, 2021. In other words, spend 50 bucks and get 25 bucks free.
There are over 20 Park City restaurants participating in the Dine Local, Save Local program, ranging from Cafe Terigo and Chimayo to Hearth and Hill, Purple Sage, Sushi Blue, Versante, Wasatch Brew Pub and more. For further information, a list of participating restaurants, and to register for your free gift card, click here.
New Spring Menu @ Manoli’s
My favorite Greek-inspired restaurant, Manoli’s, has launched a new spring menu chock full of tasty temptations to enjoy inside or on the patio.
Among the new menu items are dishes such as chilled asparagus with rice porridge and crunchy onion vinaigrette; roasted artichoke hearts with feta, myzithra, crispy phyllo and caramelized onion spread; grilled shrimp with Greek coffee BBQ sauce and herbed polenta; and kotopoulaki: chicken wings with lemon, olive oil and oregano, just to name a few.
And, I recommend signing up for occasional emails from Manoli’s where you’ll be in the know about special dinners, events, wine tastings, and the pop-up lunches to-go from Manoli’s such as the pop-up gyro lunch that took place last week.
FOR MORE RESTAURANT REVIEWS GO HERE.
THIS CONTENT IS FROM UTAH BITES NEWSLETTER.
Subscribe to get the latest Utah Bites news and reviews
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.