3-Star Chef Massimo Bottura @ Deer Valley
This one is special. My favorite Italian chef, Massimo Bottura, will be visiting Deer Valley Resort in December for memorable, one-of-a-kind dinners and VIP meet-and-greet reciptions. Here are the details from Deer Valley Resort.
“The next course in Deer Valley Resort’s Taste of Luxury series features Michelin 3-Star Chef Massimo Bottura for exclusive VIP meet-and-greet receptions and six-course Italian dinners with wine pairings the evenings of December 16, 17 and 18, 2022, in the world-class resort’s Fireside Dining location at Empire Canyon Lodge.”
“We are incredibly grateful to Chef Massimo for traveling from Italy to be the star of our Taste of Luxury events for three consecutive evenings this December,” said Deer Valley Resort Vice President of Food and Beverage Jacob Musyt. “Our culinary and beverage teams are excited to work alongside Chef Massimo and source the highest quality ingredients and curate complementary wine pairings to create an imaginative, robust menu of fine Italian cuisine.”
“An innovator and restaurateur for more than 30 years, Chef Massimo Bottura is one of the world’s most innovative culinary figures. His Michelin 3-Star restaurant, Osteria Francescana in his hometown of Modena, Italy was nominated #1 on The World’s Best 50 Restaurants list in 2016 and again in 2018. He is the author of Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef and founder with his wife of the nonprofit Food for Soul to fight hunger and combat food waste. In 2020, Chef Massimo was appointed Goodwill Ambassador under the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), and Osteria Francescana was awarded the new Michelin Green Star for its commitment against food waste and in favor of a more equitable and sustainable food system.”
Deer Valley invites guests to an indulgent culinary experience with Chef Massimo on December 16, 17 and 18, 2022. All three evenings’ events will feature:
VIP Meet and Greet Reception with Chef Massimo and DAOU Family Estates| 6 p.m.
$2,250 per guest and includes a luxury gift from KJUS Ski/Golf wear (tax and gratuity not included). Enjoy passed appetizers, while tasting a special selection from DAOU’s Estate portfolio, full bar service, live jazz music and a personal cookbook signing with Chef Massimo. This is an extremely intimate event with only 25 tickets available each night.
Six-Course Chef Massimo Bottura Michelin 3-Star Italian Dinner | 7:30 p.m.
$1,800 per guest and includes a luxury gift from KJUS Ski/Golf wear (tax and gratuity not included). Hear remarks from Chef Massimo, as well as Deer Valley’s culinary and beverage teams before savoring six unforgettable courses including Italian wine pairings and live jazz music. 75 tickets are available each night.
Live Tunes @ Hoof & Vine
During the summer at Tiburon Fine Dining, dinner guests got to enjoy live ambient jazz on Tuesdays with the Pink Salt trio. Now, live music Tuesdays has moved to another of Ken Rose’s restaurants: Hoof & Vine in Midvale.
Hoof & Vine is a modern American steakhouse that features certified Angus beef, American Kobe, Australian Lamb, American Piedmontese, organic chicken and sustainable seafood, not to mention a robust beer, cocktail and wine list. Reservations are recommended.
Tickets are available for purchase by clicking here.
Something Nouveau @ The Leo
On Tuesday, November 15th at 6:00 p.m. in conjunction with the “Something Nouveau” digital exhibition of “Great Impressionists” at The Leonardo, Wine Academy of Utah Sommelier Jim Santangelo will lead guests through selected wine pairings and unique appetizers prior to enjoying the exhibit.
The wine pairings for the event will feature Redentore Pinot Grigio, Head High Pinot Noir, and Ego Bodegas Goru Gold. Tickets (adults only) are $55 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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