Yotelpad Launches Brews N Tunes
Yotelpad – the new contemporary lodging property in Park City Mountain’s Canyon Village – invites overnight guests to get a taste of local craft beer and singer-songwriters at its inaugural Brews N Tunes series. Taking place July 30 to September 24 on Fridays, 7 pm – 10 pm in the loungey and expansive Backyard, Brews N Tunes promises to be a fun social event and a splendid way to kick off a summer weekend in Park City.
“We thought Brews N Tunes would be a fun weekly event to provide guests a taste of Utah’s ever-evolving craft beer scene and talented, local musicians while filling the gap between the free Canyons Village concerts that take place Thursday and Saturday nights,” says Brandon Tyler, General Manager of YOTELPAD Park City. “This gives people a chance to mingle, share stories from the day, and relax before a fun-filled weekend of Park City activities and adventure.”
Below is the schedule of participating Brews N Tunes singer-songwriters and breweries:
- July 30: Evan Lofranco, Park City Brewery
- Aug. 6: Steve Schuffert, RoHa Brewing Project
- Aug. 13: Matt Frey, Grid City Beer Works
- Aug. 20: Michelle Moonshine, Epic Brewing Company
- Aug. 27: Corey Smaller, SaltFire Brewing Co.
- Sept. 3: Mel Soul, Park City Brewery
- Sept. 10: Rick Gerber, Shades Brewing
- Sept. 17: Brooke Mackintosh, Grid City Beer Works
- Sept. 24: Corey Smaller, SaltFire Brewing Co.
Staglin Wine Dinner @ Franck’s
On Monday, August 16th beginning at 6:00 p.m. Franck’s restaurant and Amber Mihna will host a wine pairing dinner highlighting Staglin Family Vineyard wines.
The tentative four-course dinner menu with paired wines looks like this: 1st – Chilled White Tuna Crudo, truffle ponzu, Valencia orange, macadamia nut, black garlic, marinated spring onion, ruby grapefruit, lemon bubbles, mint, 2019 Mumm Napa Brut Prestige. 2nd – 4-Day Brined Mary’s Chicken, lobster tapioca, seared Oregon foie gras, thyme huckleberry jam, chicken skin crumb, huckleberry vinegar, creeping thyme, 2019 Staglin Family Estate Chardonnay. 3rd – 36 Hour Wagyu Beef Cheek & Chateaubriand, porcini mushroom confit, Robuchon style carrot puree, 2013 Staglin Family Estate Cabernet Sauvignon. 4th – Dark Chocolate Mille Feuille, hazelnut praline, balsamic-vanilla bean gelato, chocolate mint, Paring TBD.
The cost per person for the Staglin wine dinner is $225 ($75 food/$150/wine). Call Franck’s at 801-274-6264 for reservations.
Taqueria 27 Herradura Tasting Dinner
Taqueria 27 owners Todd and Kristin Gardiner say that they “LOVE tequila – from the sweet flavor to the unique agave profiles to the story behind the craft distillers.” On Thursday, August 5th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Chef Todd “is excited to share his extensive knowledge with you in this exclusive tequila tasting and dinner.”
The folks from Taqueria 27 said, “We’re excited to invite you for a casual evening of delicious food and Herradura Tequila at our Holladay location. You’ll get to hear from Chef Todd about the process of selecting our featured tequilas as well as what makes this spirit so unique.”
Guests will enjoy a welcome drink, a four-course meal, and four of T27’s favorite Herradura tequilas to go along with each course – including their exclusive T27 Double-barrel Herradura Reposado.
Tickets for the T27 Herradura tequila dinner are $75 per person and can be purchased here.
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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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