Haunted Haven Returns to Log Haven
Did you know that friendly and benevolent spirits are said to roam the halls of Log Haven restaurant at night? Well, that’s especially true during Haunted Haven, which runs from October 29 through the 31st at Log Haven.
During Haunted Haven, the folks at Log Haven invite guests to “get ready to scream, dine, and experience a night of spooktacular fun! Costumes are encouraged. Whether you’re a vampire, witch, or a zombie, dress to impress in your favorite Halloween attire. Let’s turn Log Haven into a haven of the macabre!”
Spooky cocktails and Halloween-themed menu items will be to die for. And, Log Haven will be offering complimentary tarot readings for all dining guests. “Discover what the cards have in store for you as you dine in our enchanted forest.”
Visit log-haven.com for reservations.
Upcoming PCCI Cooking Classes
It might seem to be a misnomer that the Park City Culinary Institute is located on State Street in SLC. Anyway, PCCI is offering a number of upcoming classes that are open to the general public and amateur cooks and chefs. On Thursday, October 19 PCCI invites you to “Come learn the Japanese art of Tempura. We’ll teach the traditional Kakiage Tempura, along with the ubiquitous Shrimp and Vegetable Tempuras. Tentsuyu Sauce, Sweet & Sour Dip, and Soba Noodle Salad will round out the meal. Sake pairing will be served for guests 21 and over, a signature non-alcoholic mocktail will also be available.”
Additional upcoming classes at PCCI include Paella & Cava on Thursday, October 12 and Thai Street Eats & Drink on Friday, October 27. Visit the PCCI website for pricing and registration information.
Aristo’s Returns! (For a Night)
Many of us miss Aristo’s – Aristo Boutsikakis’ namesake Greek restaurant – which closed a few years ago. For one night, however, Aristo’s is back!
For one special evening – Monday, October 9, 2023 – Franck’s restaurant is hosting their first-ever collaborative dinner featuring the legendary Aristo Boutsikakis, owner of the iconic “Aristo’s Greek Restaurant.”
The organizers say, “Prepare to embark on a culinary journey that celebrates the rich flavors of Aristo’s Greek Restaurant, brought back to life for this special collaboration. From tantalizing appetizers to delectable main courses and a mouthwatering dessert, our menu promises a delightful fusion of tradition and innovation.”
The dinner will be served family style and includes a plethora of Greek dishes – get your Greek dictionary out – including hummus, kafteri, spanakopita, lakerda, xtapodi, xiorino glase, salata, kefte, kokinsto, spaghetti kolokithakia, and sokolati hummus.
The cost for Franck’s-Aristo’s collaborative dinner is $125 per person and reservations can be made at OpenTable.