Savor the Summit set for June 25
The Park City Area Restaurant Association will host the fourth annual Savor the Summit on Saturday, June 25. The event is Park City’s longest dinner party, which offers diners at The Grande Table a unique celebration of fabulous food, drink and live music while seated in the middle of Main Street.
Each restaurant will offer their choice of menu, pricing and bar service. Menus range from $40 to $150 per person, with wine or beverage pairings extra or included.
Contact any restaurant from the following list to make your reservation:
350 Main, (435) 649-3140, http://www.350main.com
Bangkok Thai, (435) 649.8424, http://www.bangkokthaionmain.com
Bistro 412, (435) 649-8211, http://www.bistro412.com
Blue Iguana, (435) 658-9830, http://www.blueiguanarestaurant.net
Buona Vita (435) 649-1336, http://www.buonavitaparkcity.com
Cisero’s Ristorante, (435) 649-5044, http://www.ciseros.com
Cuisine Unlimited (435) 647-0010, http://www.cuisineunlimited.com
Easy Street, (435) 658-9425, http://www.theskylodge.com
High West Distillery, (435) 649-8300, http://www.highwest.com
Mustang, (435) 658-3957, http://www.mustangparkcity.com
Park City Museum, (435) 649.7456, http://www.parkcityhistory.org
Reef’s Restaurant, (435) 658-0323, http://www.reefsrestaurant.com
Royal Street Café, (435) 645-6724, http://www.deervalley.com
Shabu, (435) 645-7253, http://www.shabupc.com
Silver, (435) 940-1000, http://www.silverrestaurant.com
Silver Star Café, (435) 655-3456, http://www.thesilverstarcafe.com
The Bridge Café and Grill, (435) 658-5451, http://www.thebridgecafeandgrill.com
Wasatch Brew Pub, (435) 649-0900, http://www.wasatchbeers.com
Zoom, (435) 649-9108, http://www.zoomparkcity.com
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