Briefs Dec. 19-22, 2007
Ruth’s Chris Steak House grand opening at Hotel Park City
In 1965, Ruth Fertel mortgaged her home to buy a little steak house in New Orleans called Chris Steak House. After investing her life savings, she proudly added her name to the original. That’s how the uniquely named Ruth’s Chris Steak Hose was born.
On Dec. 17, within Hotel Park City, the newest Ruth’s Chris Steak House in the United States opened.
The restaurant is open from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week, and is available to both hotel guests and general customers. It features indoor and outdoor seating, and views of the Park City Golf Course and the ski runs of Park City Mountain Resort. Private dining areas are also available for groups of 50 or less.
For reservations, contact Ruth’s Chris Steak House at (435) 940-5070 or visit http://www.ruthschris.com.
For more information about Hotel Park City, visit http://www.hotelparkcity.com.
Help those living with cancer this holiday season
In the spirit of giving this holiday season, consider giving some of your time to the American Cancer Society. The American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery, Reach to Recovery and Look Good Feel Better programs are in need of volunteers throughout Utah.
Road to Recovery is a program where volunteers drive cancer patients to treatments centers and home again. Volunteers can set their own schedules, but must have a valid driver’s license, automobile insurance and go through a short volunteer orientation seminar.
Reach to Recovery pairs up breast cancer survivors with newly diagnosed breast cancer patients. The idea is to provide breast cancer patients with someone to talk to who’s already been through the disease, who can provide emotional support and guidance.
Look Good Feel Better offers classes taught by licensed cosmetologists where cancer patients can learn how to apply makeup while going through treatment and receive free hats, scarves and wigs, if needed.
For more information about these service programs or to volunteer, call the American Cancer Society at (800) 227-2345 or visit http://www.cancer.org, or send an e-mail to Sharon Hinckley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue Boar New Year’s Eve to offer Bavarian Splendor celebration
The Blue Boar Inn and Restaurant in Midway, Utah’s 2007 Best in State European dining and inn, will ring in the New Year with its annual Bavarian Splendor celebration on Dec. 31.
The event will include four-diamond candlelit dining, dancing to the live band Oli Olson and Frank Markosk, and a midnight toast accompanied by a large Alpenhorn blowing.
The special New Year’s Eve menu, prepared by award-winning executive chef Jesse Moreno, will include oysters in cracked pepper and champagne, truffled cauliflower puree, butter poached lobster tail, grilled pineapple and coconut pastry cream napoleon, among other delights.
The Blue Boar Restaurant will offer two dinner seatings. The recommended dress for the event is mountain elegance. Reservations for the dining celebration and the Inn’s 12 luxurious rooms are required and can be made by calling the Blue Boar Inn and Restaurant at (888) 650-1400.
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