Food & Drink

Savor the Summit, Rodizio, Utah Food Festival

Savor the Summit Returns to Park City’s Main Street. Rodizio Grill & Brazilian Steakhouse has a new Spring menu. The Natural History Museum features the Utah Food Festival in May.


Savor the Summit Returns to Park City

Park City’s biggest summer shindig – Savor the Summit – returns to Historic Main Street on Saturday, June 22, 2024. Savor the Summit is the Park City Area Restaurant Association’s (PCARA) annual al fresco dining event with restaurant tables lining Main Street from top to bottom. 

“On behalf of the PCARA Board of Directors, I am thrilled to announce the return of Savor the Summit this June,” said PCARA Executive Director Ginger Wicks. “We want to thank our event patrons and restaurant community who support this signature event year after year, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone back to the Grande Table for delicious food, drinks, and great company to usher in the summer season ahead.”  

The current lineup of participating restaurants includes Bangkok Thai on Main, Courchevel Bistro, Deer Valley Resort, Dilécta Wines, Don Gallo The Eating Establishment, Firewood, Flanagan’s, Fletcher’s, High West Distillery & Spirit Garden, KANEO Mediterranean Bar + Lounge, The Mustang, Riverhorse on Main, Shabu, and Top of Main Brewery. Visit the PCARA website for further information. 

New Rodizio Menu 

Rodizio Grill & Brazilian Steakhouse in Trolley Square has added a number of tempting new springtime dishes to their regular dinner menu for the month of April at no additional charge. 

New menu items include Coconut Fish – Flakey white fish roasted to perfection in coconut juice & fresh lemon, sprinkled with coconut and green onions. Mint Lamb – Grilled lamb marinated in garlic, white wine, mint, lemon, and a fresh herbal blend.

Strawberry Salad – Fresh mixed greens topped with an abundance of sliced strawberries and shaved coconut, drizzled with our homemade raspberry vinaigrette.

Blueberry Quinoa Tabbouleh – Refreshing and healthy blend of chopped parsley and fresh mint, red pepper, cucumber, tomatoes, and onions, topped with ripe blueberries.

Utah Food Festival

The Natural History Museum of Utah (301 S. Wakara Way, SLC) invites guests of all ages to “Indulge your taste buds at the Utah Food Festival on May 4th and 5th at NHMU, a celebration of our region’s rich culinary heritage, spanning from ancient ancestral foods to contemporary delicacies.”

“Guests can sample and shop an array of tantalizing flavors from local food artisans, delve into delicious workshops led by culinary and Museum experts, and enrich their knowledge of food history with insightful lessons from museum experts.”

Utah Food Festival workshops will be hosted by Harmons, Caputos, Caffe Ibis, Prime Corn, and Wasatch Community Gardens. The festival will also feature Scientists in the Spotlight, an Oolitic Sand Experience, a Kid’s Drop Off Zone, a Dino Diner Activity Zone, and Food of Utah Gallery Tours. 

The festival is included with regular Museum admission, and is free for Museum Members and University of Utah faculty, staff, and students. Workshops require an additional fee.

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