One of Park City’s most exciting — and tastiest — summer events is happening on June 21. The annual Savor the Summit event returns to Main Street for its seventh year. Hosted by the Park City Area Restaurant Association, it is Park City’s “longest” dinner party. This unique celebration of food and drink takes place on a dinner table running down the middle of the street.

Main Street will be closed to traffic as diners are seated at the “Grande Table”. The public can still stroll Main Street, visit local businesses, and enjoy live music provided by Mountain Town Music at the Main Stage and the Spirit Garden. The Spirit Garden will be situated at the intersection of Main Street and Heber Avenue and will be offering Constellation wines and Wasatch and Squatter’s beers, along with mixed drinks.

During the event, some of the city’s best restaurants will be showcasing their culinary offerings to kick off the summer season. While you don’t need a ticket for the event, you will need to make reservations at the restaurant of your choice. Each restaurant will offer a special menu and pricing for the event, and some will offer the option of food and wine pairings.

Some of the restaurants that will be participating in this event include 501 on Main, Flying Sumo, Buona Vita, Riverhorse on Main, Silver and many others. Two favorites — Cicero’s and Bistro 412 — still have reservations available. Take a look at their menu offerings for this special event:


Amuse Bouche – Fresh, warm Potato Chips with Sriracha ranch dipping sauce

Starter Choices — Caesar Salad or Tuscan White Bean and Spinach Zuppa

Entrée Choices — Double Cut Port Chop, Leg of Lamb or Cioppino

Dessert — Pistachio Flan

$95/ per person or $130 / per person for food and wine parings

Bistro 412

Choice of Starter — Merquez Cassoulet, Scallop and Lobster Terrine, or Potted Vegetables

Main Dish Choices – Cold-Smoked Antelope Chop, Broiled Striped Bass, or Semolina and Gruyere Quenelles

Finish with a dessert consisting of an Espresso fudge wedge and pistachio ice cream.

$110 / per person or $150 /per person for food and wine pairing.

Whether you want to enjoy the offerings of these restaurants or another favorite, make sure you make your reservations soon, as the event has sold out for the past two years.

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