Sundance Impacts Park City Restaurants
The streets of Park City will be teaming with visitors and locals alike during the 2023 Sundance Film Festival and if you plan to dine out, you’d better show up equipped with a reservation. According to the Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA), “many members of the PCARA will maintain normal business hours, while others will be closed for private events. Locals and visitors can visit parkcityrestaurants.com for the most up-to-date information on hours of operation throughout the festival.”
For example, Bill White’s restaurants such as Billy Blanco’s, Ghidotti’s, Pinecone Ridge, Sushi Blue, and Windy Ridge Bakery and Cafe will operate normally while Grappa is closed and Chimayo will offer a special Sundance prix-fixe menu throughout the festival.
“Sundance brings a rush of energy and an influx of guests to Park City, and our restaurants are ready to keep the community nourished for the duration of the 11-day festival,” PCARA Executive Director Ginger Wicks said. “While some will be closed for private events, many will be ‘business as usual’ to fuel our loyal locals and hungry film buffs in search of their next unforgettable meal.”
Saffron Valley Lunch Buffet Returns
COVID 19 put the kibosh on Saffron Valley’s popular lunch buffet for the past couple of years, but according to founder Lavanya Mahate and her team, the lunch buffet is back, baby – at the South Jordan and Sugar House locations.
Here’s what they had to say on social media: “Our daily Indian Lunch Buffet is back due to popular demand after a two year hiatus due to the pandemic. We wanted to start the New Year with a real treat, where you will get to enjoy a variety of our most popular menu items and more. We also have a variety of foods for various dietary groups, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free. And did we mention it’s all you can eat?”
New Deli at Sundance
The folks at Sundance Mountain Resort recently completed a total renovation and remodel of the Sundance Deli, along with a new menu featuring sandwiches, salads and other treats, plus speedier service and checkout for guests.
The new breakfast menu includes bagels, berries, chia pudding, an egg sandwich, morning bun, and parfait, while for lunch and dinner there is there are a range of sandwiches and wraps including falafel, chipotle chicken, roast beef, prosciutto & brie, turkey pesto, a spinach artichoke melt, and more.
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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.