Dining

Dining

Park City welcomes its first full-service, modern-day butcher

You could imagine a time during Park City’s mining heydays — long before places like The Market or Bill White Farms and Ranches were around — when there may have been a butcher shop or two that provided locals with their meat. But one thing is certain: they would not have looked   anything like Chop
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Nosh brings Middle Eastern food to Park City

The noun “nosh” is of Yiddish origin and can refer to “a snack or a light meal,” but also acts as a verb, meaning “to eat food enthusiastically.” Either usage applies to Nosh restaurant, which is both a terrific spot for a snack and a great place to enjoy delicious food (enthusiastically, of course). Enthusiastic
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350 Main in Park City doles up American classics with a worldly twist

Matthew Safranek, the executive chef at 350 Main, is a master at building flavor-infused dishes. His experience working in kitchens around the globe has earned him and 350 Main endless kudos, yet Matthew does his work with an essence of humility. When he was younger, Matthew and his military family moved around a lot. While
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Silver Star Cafe a community gathering place for Park City

From the outside, Silver Star Cafe looks like a cozy eatery at the base of Park City Mountain’s Silver Star chairlift. But on the inside, it’s so much more. It’s a community gathering place for locals who return week after week, a home for its 35 employees, and part of the bedrock of Park City.
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11Hauz serves up Jamaican dishes steeped in island flavors

Sheron Grant grew up in Jamaica watching her grandmother, Florence Harding, sprinkle pimento seeds and thyme into a Dutch pot over a coal burning stove. Her daughters, Nyesha MekaDayz and Tanisha SunnyMarz Hamil (Sunny), danced and sang with the community of Crawford Street in Montego Bay — a family born to cook, sing, and dance.
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Park City’s Best Outdoor Patios

This summer, do as the locals do and end the day lounging in the sun with a drink in hand and food on the table. These are some of our favorite patios for al fresco drinks in Park City. The Spur Bar & Grill has an ideal rooftop for people-watching. Sip on cocktails crafted from
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Yuta

Galen Zamarra has a great smile. You might not be able to see it too often these days —as it’s typically hidden under a mask — but trust me, it’s there. And, as the executive chef at Yuta, The Lodge at Blue Sky, Auberge Resorts Collection’s restaurant in Wanship, Utah, there is plenty to smile
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Foods from Afar

Park City has always been, in part, a town of immigrants. In the late 19th century, for example, Old Town had a Chinatown neighborhood, where Chinese immigrants who came to help build the railroads and, later, work in Park City’s mines, lived. Immigrants, and the global cuisines they bring with them, help to make Park
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Snap, Crackle, Pop

During my tenure as a food writer and restaurant critic over the past quarter century, a disproportionate percentage of my most memorable meals have come from the hands of Chef John Murcko. Perhaps that’s not surprising, given that he’s opened more than 20 different restaurants in his career — and he’s still young. John has
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Finding Freshies

Before she secured the title of “World’s Best Lobster Roll,” and long before she started slinging lobster rolls from the back of a truck, Lorin Smaha was a biochemistry major and Division I athlete. Skiing was forbidden for athletes, so the New Hampshirite, who grew up skiing Storrs Hill Ski Area for $3, had to
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