SLC Eatery Cider Brunch
Need an excuse to start drinking before noon? O.k. here’s a completely valid reason… This Saturday (June 29th) join SLC Eatery as they host Mountain West Cider for a brunch like no other.
Running 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. the restaurant will serve four courses paired with four of Mountain West’s locally made ciders. Laci Brown from Mountain West will be on had to guide diners through the various pairings, will be here to guide you through your experience.
There’s no formal word on what to expect from the menu, but as ever, expect some pretty innovative and exciting dishes. Cost is a mere $35, $20 for food and $15 for the cider pairing. I can’t think of a better way to start a Sunday.
1017 Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Utah Brewers Guild Fest
You can keep the party going, as later on in the same day the Utah Brewers Guild holds a unique beer festival in downtown SLC. The UBG Fest on Mccarthy Plaza (Regent Street next to Pretty Bird) sees a bevy of brewers pair up to offer extra special beers.
Tickets are priced $45, the event runs 1-6 p.m. and the team ups include:
- Bohemian Brewery and 2 Row Brewing
- Fisher Brewing/Desert Edge
- Bonneville Brewing/Hoppers
- Epic Brewing/Red Rock
- Moab Brewery/Vernal Brewing Co.
- Proper Brewing/Zion Brewing
- RoHa Brewing Project/Toasted Barrel
- Saltfire Brewery/Squatters
- Salt Flats Brewery/Hopkins
- Shades of Pale/TF Brewing
- Strap Tank Brewing/Uinta
- Wasatch/Level Crossing
Taqueria 27 Tequila Dinner
For a taste of something unique, pencil Monday July 8th in. That’s the next tequila tasting over at Taqueria 27, where the team will share a very special tequila with guests.
Owners Todd and Kristin Gardiner made a journey to Casa Noble back in February to personally select a unique reposado tequila barrel that would be bottled exclusively and shipped back to Taqueria 27. Several months later, 60 cases have made their way through customs and are available exclusively at T27 locations.
On the 8th, the Foothill location will host a casual evening of tacos and tequila. Chef Todd will talk about the process of selecting this tequila as well as what makes this single barrel tequila unique. Dinner will be family-style with chips, salsa, guacamole, and 3 of our the restaurants favorite tacos. There’ll also be a pour of both the regular Casa Noble Reposado and the single barrel reposado.
Tickets are priced at a trailing $30 and can be bought online here.
4th Of July Fun
If you want to take a year off from hosting the family shindig on the 4th, what about letting someone else handle the chaos this year? The Gateway in downtown SLC will be hosting a fun event (4-10 p.m.) culminating with a free fireworks display at dusk.
Held on the site’s plaza, there will be plenty of food trucks to snack at plus craft beer by Bohemian Brewery and classic American cocktails by Five Wives Vodka. Additionally there will be two stages with bands and DJs plus a karaoke stage, yard games, face painting and contests throughout the day on the main stage.
400 W 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Alternately, up in Deer Valley at Stein Eriksen, chef Zane Holmquist and his team will treat guests to an all-American BBQ.
The spread will include a range of Summer flavors, everything from a watermelon carving station through to spicy shrimp and jicama slaw, grilled peach and pancetta salad. Fresh from the grill you’ll find ribs, buffalo brisket, chile-beer marinated Snake River Farms tri-tips, Utah lamb T-bones, and much more.
The 4th of July BBQ is $58.00 for adults and $25.00 children for children ages 5-12. The event is expected to sell out so advance reservations are highly recommended by calling (435) 645-6455.
7700 Stein Way, Park City, UT 84060
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