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Explore some of the best food Utah has to offer

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If you’re a wine enthusiast, then join the Park City Wine Club. The Park City Wine Club is a membership-based group, that has educational, fun events monthly. As part of the Park City Wine Club you’ll get to taste, travel, and learn all about wine, with sommelier Pamela Wood. You don’t have to be an expert, but just want to broaden your knowledge of all things wine.

Open to those 21 years or older, you do not have to be a member to attend, but members receive preferred pricing and other benefits. Fees charged are for the food provided, and not the wine itself.

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Jan. 9: Wine Exchange at Jeremy Ranch Clubhouse
This annual event has blossomed as it always fun and creative, food and wine plus the wine bottle exchange with prizes for the best-dressed bottle. Cost is $50 includes tax and gratuity.

Feb. 3: Wine & Chocolate Night
PC Wine Club teams up with Salt Lake Culinary Center for hands-on wine. Learn pairing techniques and the skills of making chocolate truffles and other delights.

March 20: Flights & Bites
Sit down for this event at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Park City, where the chef’s bites will be uniquely paired with superb wines. Cost is $55 includes tax and gratuity.

April 17: Flights & Bites
Spring Teaser
Enjoying wines for the season with select bites from Ruth’s Chris Executive Chef. Cost $55 includes tax and gratuity.

When you ski hard all day, then you’re going to have a good appetite, and Park City will satisfy any cravings you might have. From Brazilian to Mexican, Asian to American, it’s all here. Go for pizza or sushi, fine dining or burritos, steaks or seafood. You won’t go away hungry. There are salad bars and seafood buffets, beef seared over flames and legs of lamb roasted in front of massive fireplaces. Appetizers and baked treats will make you wish you’d stopped earlier, but you won’t, and you’re not sorry.

It’s a great time to try some of the best restaurants anywhere, with innovative chefs, great service, and unparalleled ambiance. Watch the fat flakes fall as you linger over chocolate decadence and a cup made of fine beans, while your kids go nuts over the chocolate fountains.

“This is an exciting time for dining options in Park City,” says Katie Eldridge of Panic Button Media. “The market has grown substantially in the past few years, with so many options in Old Town to Prospector to Kimball Junction.”

As the town has grown the options have spilled north, east and south into Kimball Junction, Wasatch County, and the Kamas Valley. “Park City” is a region now, not just a town.

Take a sleigh up to a high-mountain yurt or grab a pepperoni slice in a historic home with hundreds of beer cans lining the walls. If you want wine with dinner you can choose from keg wine or a cellar with 13,000 bottles. Order a beer from the source, or choose one of the dozens on tap. There are harder spirits too, some made locally, and well worth a try.

You’ll run out of time before you run out of places you want to try, so you’ll just have to come back again. You can get anything you want at Park City’s restaurants.

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