Business briefs, Jan. 3-6, 2015 | ParkRecord.com

Business briefs, Jan. 3-6, 2015

PRPark City mentioned among best destinations Park City got a nod from Travel + Leisure Magazine in its list of the best places to travel in 2015. The list ranked the Wasatch Mountains as one of the top destinations and had this to say about Vail Resorts

Cloud Dine open at Canyons Resort

Canyons Resort’s renovated restaurant, Cloud Dine, is now open. According to a press release, renovations to Cloud Dine included restructuring the entire building, increasing the seating capacity by 41 percent and expanding the outdoor deck. Cloud Dine is located on Dream Peak, at the top of the DreamCatcher and Dreamscape lifts. "The new Cloud Dine is a fantastic upgrade to our on-mountain dining options," said Mike Goar, vice president and general manager of Canyons Resort, in the release. "The new building increases seating capacity and flow at one of our most popular destinations on-mountain, and guests are sure to enjoy new menu items created by Executive Chef Alex Malmborg and Chef Greg Hansen."

Park City Women’s Business Network meets

The Park City Women’s Business Network is holding its monthly meeting on Jan. 13 at 8:30 a.m. at Utah Olympic Park. According to the organization’s newsletter, guest speakers Kathleen Barlow and Dannielle Bryan will discuss strategies of how to set personal and professional goals for the coming year. Breakfast will be served at the meeting.

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