Kickoff the Summer with Savor the Summit

Image source:  mountainliving.com , Altitude Events & Marketing

Image source: mountainliving.com, Altitude Events & Marketing

It’s the time of year again when Park City celebrates the beginning of summer with its largest outdoor dinner party, Savor the Summit. Hosted by Park City Area Restaurant Association, the event draws in over 2,000 participants being served by a variety of restaurants on historic Main Street on Saturday June 22nd.

Historic Main Street is closed off to traffic and lined with tables, chairs, decor and people as far as the eye can see. This year, 20 restaurants will be participating in the event. The best restaurants of Park City will showcase their culinary talents in this community celebration. It’s a summer solstice party of wine, dining and music set in a unique place.

Along with food, live music will be in the High West Spirit Garden throughout the evening. You can enjoy sounds from Jake & The Heist as well as Changing Lanes. Located at the intersection of Heber Avenue and Main Street, the High West Spirit Garden is open to the public at no charge and no reservation needed.

To participate, you will not need a ticket, but a reservation directly with the participating restaurant of your choice. Each restaurant will offer their own unique meals and prices. Listed below are the restaurants that will be participating:

  • 710 Bodega

  • Bangkok Thai on Main

  • Buona Vita

  • Butcher’s Chop House and Bar

  • Cafe Terigo

  • Cuisine Unlimited Catering

  • Culinary Crafts

  • Eating Establishment

  • Firewood On Main

  • Flanagan’s Irish Pub and Restaurant

  • Fletcher’s Park City

  • Handle

  • High West Distillery & Saloon

  • Park City Provisions by Riverhorse

  • Purple Sage

  • Riverhorse on Main

  • Shabu

  • The Bridge Cafe and Grill

  • Tupelo

  • Wasatch Brew Pub

For more information on restaurant reservations, parking and other information, visit the Park City restaurant website, here. See you on Saturday, June 22nd!


FestivalsKylie Harris