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Feast of love and Valentine’s Day specials at Park City restaurants


Restaurants in the Park City area will be cooking up a feast of love on February 14th, no coupons necessary.

Cuisine Unlimited Catering and Special Events is available to cater a Valentine dinner for two. Select from one of Cuisine Unlimited’s prepared menus, such as peppered beef tenderloin filet with melted gorgonzola cheese or grilled salmon filet with balsamic drizzle, and dine on a romantic dinner and dessert at home. Visit http://www.cuisineunlimited.com for more information, or "like" them on Facebook to win a free dinner for two.

Grub Steak Restaurant will be featuring salmon Wellington with king crab stuffing or filet of grilled beef tenderloin with brandied peppercorn sauce for $39.75 per person. Reservations can be made by visiting http://www.grubsteakrestaurant.com or by calling 435-649-8060.

Buona Vita Italian restaurant on lower Main Street will offer a free special dessert with the purchase of two entrees. Call 435-649-1336 to make a reservation.

The Wasatch Brew Pub will be offering a price fixe menu for $32.95, which includes three courses. The main course includes petite filet mignon with horseradish potato gratin and roasted baby carrots or grilled Hawaiian Ono with wasabi mashed potatoes and baby spinach. Call 435-645-9500 for reservations.

Red Rock Junction will be featuring several Valentine’s Day specials including shrimp bisque, lobster ravioli with sautéed asparagus in a lemon tarragon butter, black pepper crusted sirloin with a chocolate and black cherry reduction with asparagus and mashed potatoes, orange tarragon chicken with wilted greens and almond baby pea rice and farfalle in a champagne cream sauce with asparagus and parmesan topped with lump crab. For more information call 435-575-0295.

Information provided by the Park City Restaurant Association

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