Feldman’s & Garage Sponsor Local Blues Night
In coordination with the Utah Blues Society, Feldman’s Deli and the Garage on Beck are sponsoring a Local Blues Night on June 14, as a kickoff for the Utah Blues Festival (June 16 & 17), to be held at the Garage on Beck, featuring three local blues artists: Harry Lee and the Back Alley Blues Band, the Howling Tomcats, and the Dusty Boxcars. Tickets are available at 24tix.com/venues/the-garage-on-beck. MARK THIS DATE!!!!
Feldman’s Deli is renowned in the Mountain West for serving a variety of traditional Jewish Deli sandwiches and European/Old World specialties, including overstuffed sandwiches, homemade pierogi, chopped liver, matzo ball soup, killer bagels, and much, much more. Garage on Beck features live music and roadhouse grill-style food, including weekend brunch. Specialties include fried Mormon funeral potatoes, chicken & waffle, Mama’s pot pie, smoked meatloaf, Souther twice-fried chicken, Nashville hot chicken sandwich, burgers, and more.
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Tacocat @ Blue Sky
The Lodge at Blue Sky has announced the launch of Tacocat, a new, sustainable pop-up stand serving Mexican cuisine.
According to the folks at Blue Sky, “Located on the property’s Arena Lawn, lodge guests and Utah locals can enjoy elevated Mexican street food for dinner two to three times a week beginning late June through the end of August. Sustainable practices are at the forefront of the experience, from zero waste to upcycled furniture.”
“My mom and I used to stop at Taco Tienda on Blackstone in Fresno, California when I was a little kid,” says Blue Sky owner, Mike Phillips. “I got hooked on authentic street tacos right away. Tacocat is our Blue Sky casual homage to street tacos from Fresno to Tijuana. There’s no better treat than a fish taco with a mezcal margarita on the lawn at the Arena.”
“The menu, curated by Yuta Executive Chef Jason Franey, celebrates traditional Mexican dishes with freshly harvested produce from Gracie’s Farm, Blue Sky’s onsite regenerative farm. Prices range from $5 à la carte tacos to family style offerings at $50 per person. The menu is playful and the atmosphere is relaxed with an outstanding tequila and mezcal selection for adults. The menu features many dishes that are friendly for vegetarian, pescatarian and gluten-free diets, such as: The Fat Cat taco with pork verde, the UFO taco with tempura tofu and a Salsa Bar with 14 different offerings. The beverage menu includes signature cocktails The Vitamin ABC with carrot, orange & silver tequila and Gracie’s Green with celery, basil, kale & reposado, along with non-alcoholic Paletas (popsicles) and Jugo Fresco (juice) of the day.Situated by the Arena with views of the Wasatch Mountains, diners can easily spot the brightly-painted horse trailer bar serving cold libations. Not only will Tacocat offer outdoor communal seating, but the casual and fun environment will be amplified with outdoor games and occasional live music. Tacocat embraces sustainability by offering zero food waste, zero single-use items, and upcycled furniture and glassware. There will also be a retail stand selling Tacocat branded hats and t-shirts.”
Tacocat will be open most Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays beginning June 27 through August 31st. Dinner will be served 6pm-9pm. In the event of rain, Tacocat will be located inside the Arena.
Kimi’s New Summer Menu
Kimi’s Chop & Oyster House has launched a new summer menu chock full of tasty temptations. New appetizers on the summer menu include caviar onion dip & pommes frites; tonkatsu pork; French brie en croute; steak tartare; and Tuscan tomato toast. For entrees, there are local organic mushrooms with blistered shishitos; Swedish meatballs; pan-roasted Pacific salmon; pan-seared sesame-crusted yellowfin tuna; and beef tenderloin filet peppersteak. New additions to the dessert menu include gelato du jour; passionfruit posset; salted caramel cheesecake; Swedish lingonberry parfait; and Kimi’s chocolate kiss flourless tart.