tupelo Park City Partners With High West Distillery For Exclusive Whiskey Dinner

HW Dinner
HW Dinner
HW Dinner

tupelo Park City invites guests to indulge in five delectable courses of the restaurant’s flavorful, inspired cuisine, carefully paired with spirits by award-winning High West Distillery on Thursday, July 18, at 7:00 p.m. An educational experience for all five senses, this culinary adventure will be guided by High West Head Distiller Isaac Winter.  

“Partnering with our High West neighbors is such an honor and natural fit for our globally-inspired fine dining,” said tupelo Park City Chef & Owner Matt Harris. “We look forward to creating an unforgettable experience for our guests with our exceptional food and spirit pairings, along with a unique whiskey education only High West can deliver.”

The High West Whiskey Dinner menu includes five courses of tupelo Park City’s seasonal, locally-sourced recipes paired with five hand-crafted High West spirits including:

Local Burrata, Elderflower Corn Sauce, Shaved Summer Squash, Marinated Tomatoes, Fresh Basil

High West pairing: Silver Whiskey Western Oat

Hawaiian Kanpachi, Fresh Grilled Utah Peach, Smoked Pistachio, Sweet Pickled Jalapeño

High West pairing: American Prairie Bourbon

Braised Country Fried Rabbit Leg, Summer Vegetable Ratatouille, Hot Sauce, Mustard

High West pairing: Bourye

Lamb Porterhouse, White Yam Purée, Grilled Fig, Ramp Pesto

High West pairing: Yippee Ki-Yay

Dulce de Leche Ice Cream Bar, Waffle Crumble, Rum Banana

High West pairing: Western Standard Saloon Lager

This exclusive 21+ event will likely sell out, so purchasing tickets as soon as possible is highly recommended. A $98 ticket, plus tax and gratuity, includes five delectable courses prepared by tupelo’s culinary team paired with five unique High West Distillery spirits. Reservations can be secured at tupeloparkcity.com/events.

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.