Tupelo Restaurant, Park City

Tupelo honey is born during two weeks per year in which blossoms form on the Tupelo tree in the swamps in the southeastern United States. The honey is mild, with a delightful pleasantness. The same descriptors could be used for Matt Harris, owner and chef of the newly opened Tupelo restaurant at 508 Main Street in … Read more

Fall dishes you’ll fall for in October

maple-braised Australian lamb shank

Fall menus are making their debuts at restaurants across the Wasatch Front. Whether you’re looking for rich appetizers, comforting soups, hearty main dishes or decadent desserts, you’ll find bountiful options that celebrate the cooler weather. Here are a few of my recent favorites. Grand America’s fois gras torchon Fois gras isn’t a dish that I … Read more

New Cocktail Menu at Red Iguana

La Sorpresa margarita at Red Iguana.

Red Iguana is nationally known for its moles, making the Mexican restaurant notorious for hours-long wait times at both of its West side locations in Salt Lake City.  But before you blindly order a run-of-the-mill margarita to go with your amarillo mole, you might want to take a second glance at the cocktail menu. Recently … Read more

Hub & Spoke Diner serves ready market

Kentucky hot brown

The newest neighborhood diner in Salt Lake, Hub & Spoke Diner took over the former Finca space and is another brainchild of owner Scott Evans and Executive Chef Phelix Gardner. While the look and feel of Hub & Spoke is all diner, everything about the place speaks quality. “It’s pretty rare to have a full … Read more

Glamping and gourmet at Conestoga Ranch’s Campfire Grill

Garden City, UT, the gateway town to Bear Lake’s emerald blue water spanning the Idaho/Utah border is known for its world-famous raspberry shakes and…well, not much else. It’s simply the town you drive through on your way to access the lake or your accommodations, but that’s about to change. The newly opened Conestoga Ranch has … Read more

Helping our community through Taste of the Wasatch

Right now, thousands of Utahns are struggling with hunger. These are often hard-working adults or seniors who simply cannot make ends meet. Breaking the cycle of hunger is the driving force behind Taste of the Wasatch and the organizational programs who benefit from the event. “Funds raised stay local, directly benefitting Utahns Against Hunger, The … Read more

2015 Taste of the Wasatch menu

Taste of the Wasatch 2014: Red Iguana

It’s the most wonderful time of the year when dozens of Utah’s finest restaurants converge on Solitude Mountain Resort for an afternoon of great food, fine wine, local beers and fantastic live and silent auction items at Taste of the Wasatch. All proceeds go to fight hunger in Utah. Over 50 of Utah’s top chefs, … Read more

Cool Off in Park City at Hot New Dining Venues

Fletcher's dining room

Salt Lake’s scorching summer days have arrived, signifying it’s time for the mountains to lure the lower elevation dwellers for a cool down. The attraction of Park City for regional visitors is greatest during summer thanks to its endless outdoor recreation offerings, attractive lodging rates and dining deals, and an exhausting array of events. A … Read more

A Park City Local Discovers Salt Lake Eats

Current Fish And Oyster exterior

As one of those Park City residents who has traditionally ventured to the Salt Lake Valley only for the airport, and on occasion, Costco, lately, I can hardly recognize myself. During the past few months, I have begun to discover the maturing Salt Lake restaurant scene and have even driven down the canyon for the … Read more

Mark your calendars for Park City’s 2015 food and wine events

Park City Food & Wine Classic: Meats, Sweets and Whiskey Geeks 2014

Tickets are now on sale for two of Park City’s most popular events. Savor The Summit returns to Main Street on Saturday, June 20 while the Park City Food & Wine Classic runs July 9-12. Tickets for both events will sell out so don’t delay. Savor The Summit Park City’s favorite outdoor dinner party will … Read more