Visit Salt Lake Brewery Passes Perk
Visit Salt Lake announced this week that they are offering travel perks of free attractions and brewery passes with its new “West of Conventional” incentive travel campaign.
When guests book two or more nights at participating Salt Lake lodging properties, local regional and national travelers can select either two (2) free two-day Visit Salt Lake Connect Passes or two (2) free three-day Visit Salt Lake Brewery Passes.
According to Visit Salt Lake, “The Salt Lake Brewery Pass introduces beer lovers and drinkers to the area’s award-winning craft ales, lagers, porters and ciders at more than a dozen of Salt Lake’s top breweries and brewpubs by offering a $5 credit toward the purchase food, beverage or merchandise at each of the participating breweries.”
“We’re excited to offer these free passes as a window into the surprising and eclectic place we call home,” says Kaitlin Eskelson, President & CEO of Visit Salt Lake. “We left ordinary behind a couple of stops and a couple of centuries ago. Here, things that wouldn’t ordinarily go together blend effortlessly. Salt Lake is the intersection of many facets, and we’re passionate about sharing it.”
Borscht is Back!
Lovers of borscht will be thrilled to know that it’s back on the menu at Feldman’s Deli. The Deli menu has been paired back a bit out of necessity due to lack of restaurant staff. However, Janet Feldman’s bodacious borscht has found its way back onto the Feldman’s Deli menu and the cold beet soup is perfect for summertime slurping.
In addition to killer borscht and marvelous matzo ball soup, Feldman’s Deli serves overstuffed hot and cold sandwiches, some of the best fries in town, potato pancakes, salads, cheesecake and more.
Bearclaw Cabin @ Sundance
Summer means scenic views, wildlife and wildflowers at Sundance Mountain Resort’s Bearclaw cabin. You can enjoy riding Ray and Red’s chairlifts, taking in the spectacular 360-degree views of Utah and Heber Valleys and the surrounding Wasatch Mountains.
When you get to Bearclaw Cabin, enjoy nachos with additions like tinga chicken, sweet pork or barbacoa beef, along with burritos, chips and salsa, craft beers, wine and more on top of the mountain.
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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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