Savor The Summit 2017 (Gastronomic SLC)
Savor The Summit 2017 (Gastronomic SLC)

Park City’s passionate dining community has spoken. The Park City Area Restaurant Association’s (PCARA) annual Savor the Summit, which has garnered an incredible amount of love from Park City locals and visitors, will return to Historic Main Street on June 27, 2020. In response to an abundance of positive feedback and support of Utah’s largest outdoor dinner party, the event will be revamped and refreshed for its best year yet. 

“We’re so appreciative of the efforts of the City, Historic Park City Alliance (HPCA) and other community members for coming together to address concerns surrounding the future of Savor the Summit,” said PCARA executive director Ginger Wicks. “Thanks to everyone’s collaborative support, we will be able to continue the annual summer tradition without missing a beat.”  

This year’s participating restaurants, offering their own unique menu and pricing, will include:

710 Bodega

Bangkok Thai

Buona Vita

Butcher’s Chophouse & Bar

Café Terigo

Courchevel Bistro

Cuisine Unlimited Catering

Culinary Crafts

Eating Establishment

Egyptian Theatre

Firewood on Main

Flanagan’s on Main

Fletcher’s

Handle

High West Distillery

Purple Sage

Riverhorse on Main

Riverhorse Provisions

Shabu

The Kitchen by Riverhorse

The Talisker Club

The Underground Society

Tupelo

Wasatch Brew Pub

In addition to the event’s signature Grande Table, guests can enjoy the casual, laid-back atmosphere of the High West Spirit Garden. Located on Heber Avenue, the High West Spirit Garden will offer delicious food selections, spirits and live entertainment. The Spirit Garden will be open to the public to those 21 years and older, and no reservations are necessary.

Reservations for a seat at the Grande Table will be live soon. To save yours, as well as stay up to date on ongoing event updates, visit savorthesummit.com.

Stuart
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.