Dog Days @ Log Haven
Log Haven restaurant invites you to head up Millcreek Canyon for nightly waterfall patio dining and to try out some of Chef Dave Jones’ new summer menu items.
In addition, Dog Days of Summer is back at Log Haven, running through Wednesday, October 19, 2022. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays you can enjoy dinner with your well-behaved dog in Log Haven’s Hillside Amphitheater, featuring a limited-time drink menu with cocktails like the Salty Chihuahua (vodka, grapefruit juice, agave syrup) and the Melon-Collie Mojito (rum, midori, lime juice and mint). Call 801-272-8255 for a reservation for Dog Days of Summer.
Mtn. Town Olive Oil Food & Wine Classes
According to the folks at Park City’s Mountain Town Olive Oil Co, “The Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) invites food lovers to savor ‘The Next Course,’ Mountain Town Olive Oil Co.’s signature food and wine pairing classes all season long. The unique series features favorite summer themes such as al fresco brunch, cookouts, gourmet picnic baskets and summer salads in the Mountain Town Olive Oil Co. event space at 613 Main Street.”
“Summer is such a fun time to experiment with fresh ingredients and new recipes, and it’s our pleasure to be part of that experience for our guests,” said Mountain Town Olive Oil Co. Owner Jessica McCleary. “Whether you’re searching for just the right accent to enhance your next meal or are interested in learning firsthand from our talented chefs, Mountain Town Olive Oil provides a welcoming space to taste, create, shop, and learn.”
Upcoming summer classes include Gourmet Picnic Basket; Greek Fest; Summer Salads; Steakhouse Favorites, and Vegetarian Fiesta. Classes are limited to 8-14 people and start at $60 per person with an optional wine pairing of $20. Private events are also available with prices starting at $70 per person for evening events. Reservations and payment are required 48 hours in advance by calling 435-649-1400. For further details, visit mountaintownoliveoil.com.
Dos Olas Opens
Located in The Plaza at Canyons Village in Park City, Dos Olas Cantina opened for business last week. It’s a terrific addition to the Park City dining/drinking scene featuring Mexican classics like enchiladas de pollo, carne asada, ceviche, queso fundido, tacos, burritos, homemade salsas, and much more, including an impressive selection of mescals and tequilas.
Dos Olas means “two waves” in Spanish and the folks at Dos Olas Cantina says that the name is a “nod to the [two waves] that keep us inspired, on the mountain and in the sea. And we bring that sense of inspiration, creativity and variety to the kitchen, in everything we do.” Dos Olas is open daily from 5 to 10 P.M.
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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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