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Wine dinners headed to Utah restaurants this month

Franck's in Cottonwood Heights

Casot x Broc Cellars

April 6th, 6.00 p.m. | SLC

Winemaker Chris Brockway will join sommelier and Casot owner Scott Evans at this cozy event. Small bites are priced $29 with wine $45. Menu with both options as follows:

  • Welcome of roasted chicken and cheese fritter
    • Broc ‘Love Sparkling’ ‘22, chenin blanc, Paso Robles
  • Spring onions, romesco, grilled bread
    • Broc ‘Love White’ ‘22, picpoul/clairette/orange muscant, California
  • Spanish flatbread, sliced tri-tip, salsa verde, olive oil, herbs
    • Broc ‘Amore Rosso’ ‘22, barbera, dolcetto, negro amaro, nebbiolo, Fox Hill Vineyard
  • Classic Spanish rice dish, chicken thighs, chorizo, piquillo pepper, pickled lima beans
    • Broc ‘Kou Kou’ ‘22, cabernet franc, Santa Ynez Vineyard

Tupelo x Antiquum Farm

April 10th, 6.00 p.m. | Park City

Tupelo encourages wine lovers to “raise a glass to ‘fruit day’, considered the most optimal day for tasting wine according to the lunar calendar, at the Antiquum Farm Wine Dinner”. Winemaker Stephen Hagen, will lead this intimate wine dinner alongside a four-course menu. Wines poured will include:

  • Daisy Pinot Gris
  • Alium Pinot Gris
  • Luxuria Pinot Noir
  • Passiflora Pinot Noir

No menu has been released on the food side that I can find. Reservations are available via Resy priced $120 per person with wine pairings an optional $40 extra.

Franck’s

April 15th, 6.00 p.m. | Cottonwood Heights

Embrace the flavors of the season with this four-course ‘Spring fling’ menu from Franck’s (pictured top). The dinner is priced at $85 per person with the menu as follows:

  • Amuse of shrimp “Spam” musubi, pineapple ketchup, pickled pineapple core, smoked ponzu, shiso powder
  • Gorgonzola gazpacho, roasted quinoa, Franck’s “Red Hot”, sweet & sour celery
  • Sherry braised rock fish, chorizo and clam white beans, apricot-sherry vinegar, burnt apricot, crispy white beans, apricot mustard
  • Oregano roasted lamb belly, charred spring tomato, horseradish goats cheese, chilled dill pickle rice, chili cucumber, fennel mint salad
  • Mirin cheesecake trifle, brown butter pretzel, sake drunken raisin, miso ganache, pretzel salt

Riverhorse On Main x Fisher Vineyards

April 25th, 6.00 p.m. | Park City

Fisher Vineyards will be the focus of this winner dinner which will be a 21+ only event. The Riverhorse team will plate a 5-course dinner of seasonal selections paired with Fisher Vineyards wines – hailing from Napa and Sonoma Valleys. Cost is $203.05 per person. Reservations are available at Resy.

Savor The Summit 2019 wth Cuisine Unlimited
Savor The Summit 2019 wth Cuisine Unlimited (Gastronomic SLC)

Savor The Summit 2024

Not this month, and not a wine dinner per se – but one to circle on the calendar. News was released today about the plans for this year’s Savor The Summit; the Main Street long bash beloved by many. Here’s the press release from organizers about what to expect for 2024:

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Set the table and pull up a chair for the Park City Area Restaurant Association’s (PCARA) annual Savor the Summit al fresco dining event on Historic Main Street on June 22, 2024, at 6 p.m.

“On behalf of the PCARA Board of Directors, I am thrilled to announce the return of Savor the Summit this June,” said PCARA Executive Director Ginger Wicks. “We want to thank our event patrons and restaurant community who support this signature event year after year, and we can’t wait to welcome everyone back to the Grande Table for delicious food, drinks, and great company to usher in the summer season ahead.”

As a result of an incident that occurred at Savor the Summit in 2022, PCARA and Park City Municipal worked together to review the event’s permitting, insurance requirements, and safety liabilities to ensure the continued success of Savor the Summit for years to come. Thanks to this collaboration, patrons will have the opportunity to experience the world-class menu offerings and unparalleled guest service provided by the Park City area’s renowned dining community.

Participating PCARA members will offer their own seasonally inspired menus for patrons to enjoy. The current lineup includes:

Bangkok Thai on Main
Courchevel Bistro
Deer Valley Resort
Dilécta Wines
Don Gallo
Eating Establishment, The
Firewood on Main
Flanagan’s on Main
Fletcher’s Park City
High West Distillery | Spirit Garden
KANEO Mediterranean Bar + Lounge
Mustang, The
Riverhorse on Main
Shabu
Top of Main Brewery

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2 thoughts on “Wine dinners headed to Utah restaurants this month”

    1. Sorry Debbie, nothing I’ve heard of or been told about 🙁 That’s not to say they aren’t out there though!

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