Mountaintop Yurt Private Dining @ Blue Sky
The Yurt at Blue Sky resort in Wanship sits atop one of the most picturesque peaks on their 3,500-acre property. Groups of 10 guests or fewer are invited to experience elevated farm-to-table cuisine by James Beard Award-Winning Executive Chef Galen Zamarra.
Experiences at The Yurt include curated wine or High West Whiskey tastings, 3-course alpine fondue, 3- and 4-course full dinners, and includes a private chef, a server and venue. Now that’s what I call an elevated dining experience!
Lunch Served at Spencer’s
Lunch service has returned to Spencer’s for Steaks & Chops restaurant in the downtown SLC Hilton. Menu items include seared ahi tuna, French onion soup, Nashville hot chicken wings, Spencer’s burger, pastrami Dagwood club, French dip, steak frites, an array of salads, desserts, and more. Lunch service begins at 11:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday.
Dalla Terra Wine Dinner @ BTG
On Tuesday, June 21st starting at 7:00 p.m. BTG Wine Bar will present a wine dinner featuring wines from Dalla Terra Winery Direct wine importers. Dalla Terra Winery Direct is a national agent and direct importer of a small and select group of leading, family-owned wineries in Italy. Dalla Terra means “from the earth” in Italian, and the estates they represent are terroir-driven icons not only of each province or region, but of Italy as a whole.
Dalla Terra’s Mountains Regional Manager & Marketing & Education Manager Dawn Gaudini will be on hand to talk with guests about the wines being offered throughout the four-course dinner. The Dalla Terra wine dinner at BTG is $50 for food and $50 for wine ($100 per person). Seating is very limited, so call 801-359-2814 ASAP to reserve your spot.
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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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