Private Alpenglobe Dining @ Grappa
Owner Bill White and his team at Park City’s Grappa restaurant invite you to “Dine under the twinkling lights and winter sky on Park City’s favorite patio while overlooking Historic Main Street.”
How do you dine al fresco on the patio in winter, you ask? Grappa’s Alpenglobe is a heated private dining room that seats up to 10 adults. Order from Grappa’s full menu of inspired Italian favorites while basking in your personal winter wonderland!
Grappa is currently booking through Monday, December, 17, 2022. For more information and to book your reservation, click here.
Fire Season at Rodizio
In addition to its regular dinner menu, Rodizio Grill and Brazilian Steakhouse has brought back its popular OnFire Menu. This is aimed at folks, like me, who like it hot and spicy.
For a limited time, the OnFire menu items are available to Rodizio guests at no additional charge and includes “Peppercorn Steak – succulent steak made crispy with a heat-inducing crust of coarse ground black pepper; Sirloin with Serrano – tender sirloin with a temper, cubed and grilled to perfection between strips of spicy serrano pepper; Cayenne-Cinnamon Pineapple – fan-favorite glazed pineapple’s spicy sister: sweet with cinnamon at first blush but leaving you on fire with a cayenne kick.” Other OnFire dishes include Spicy Chicken Salad, Habanero-Lime Salad, Picadinho Chili, and more.
Meet the Winemaker Evening @ Tea Zaanti
Tea Zaanti owners Becky and Scott have announced a Meet the Winemaker Evening with winemaker Leo Hansen from Leo Steen Wines. According to Tea Zaanti, “This communi-TEA event will introduce you to the incredible wines from Leo Steen Wines – one of which we are excited to be carrying at Tea Zaanti very soon!”
“Born and raised in Denmark as the son of a chef and hotelier, food and wine have always been a passionate part of Leo Hansen’s life. His classically trained European palate is a part of that equation, as is his appreciation for the charm and character of great California winemaking. As a result, he has developed a gentle approach that focuses more on natural yeasts, lower alcohols and less new oak. His philosophy centers around that place where style and vineyard authenticity naturally meet.”
The Meet the Winemaker Evening is Wednesday, January 12th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $45 per person for wine and charcuterie or $35 for the class and charcuterie (no wine) and can be purchased here. This is an indoor event, proof of vaccination is required and seats are limited.
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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.