Park City Announces ‘Dine About’ October 6 – 20, 2019

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Get ready for a two-week culinary affair featuring two-course lunches and three-course dinners at more than thirty Park City restaurants. From October 6 – Sunday, October 20, the Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) hosts the 7th Annual Dine About Park City, inviting locals and travelers to nosh on delectable cuisine at wallet-friendly prices. For only $10-$15 per person for lunch and $20-$40 per person for dinner, Dine About Park City is the perfect opportunity to experience authentic and local cuisine specific to the region.

“In its seventh year, we are so proud Dine About continues to be an anticipated dining event for locals, guests and our restaurant community every fall,” PCARA executive director Ginger Wicks said. “It’s a unique opportunity to experience Park City’s award-winning dining and lodging options for such an incredible value.” 

Thirty-one restaurants are participating in Dine About Park City including: Billy Blanco’s, Blind Dog, The Brass Tag, Café Terigo, Cena, Chimayo, Courchevel Bistro, Deer Valley Grocery~Café, The DEN at Sheraton Park City, Element Kitchen & Bakery, Firewood, Flanagan’s, Fletcher’s, Ghidotti’s, Grappa, The Grub Steak, Handle, Hearth and Hill, Park City Provisions by Riverhorse, Purple Sage, Red Rock Junction, Riverhorse on Main, Shabu, Silver Star Café, Squatters, Sushi Blue, Timbers at Sheraton Park City, tupelo, Twisted Fern, Versante and Wasatch Brew Pub.

Stay Park City, the official lodging partner of PCARA, will be offering exclusive lodging packages for Dine About guests. From picturesque alpine resorts, hotels in the heart of bustling downtown, to cozy neighborhood stays, these well-curated accommodations have something for everyone in search of a unique overnight experience at the guaranteed lowest rates. Visit here to book a special Dine About lodging offer. 

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.