While art lovers log in to view the first Virtual Park City Gallery Stroll on Friday, April 24, select members of the Park City Area Restaurant Association (PCARA) will provide a discount on their curbside pick-up menus. Park City residents can enjoy world-class art, paired with award-winning cuisine, right in the comfort of their own homes.

“We’re excited to collaborate with the Park City Summit County Arts Council and the Park City Gallery Association and offer discounts at area restaurants during their first Virtual Gallery Stroll,” said PCARA Executive Director Ginger Wicks. “Our dining community is making every effort to continue serving our most loyal patrons.”  

The following restaurants will be offering discounts from 15 – 25% for guests who use the discount code ARTS when placing orders on Friday, April 24:

Element Kitchen & Bakery

Fuego

Hearth and Hill

Provisions by Riverhorse

tupelo

Virtual strollers will certainly work up an appetite as they tour 12 of Park City’s finest art galleries and entities via Facebook Live on Friday, April 24, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.  Participating galleries include:

6:00 pm: Prospect Pop Up | Facebook Link

6:15 pm: Summit Gallery | Facebook Link

6:30 pm: J GO Gallery | Facebook Link

6:45 pm: Bret Webster Images | Facebook Link

7:00 pm: Kranstover Gallery | Facebook Link

7:15 pm: Meyer Gallery | Facebook Link

7:30 pm: Trove Gallery | Facebook Link

7:45 pm: Terzian Gallery | Facebook Link

8:00 pm: Gallery Mar | Facebook Link

8:15 pm: Timbre Art Loft | Facebook Link

8:30 pm: Kimball Arts Center | Facebook Link

8:45 pm: Friends of Ski Mountain History | Facebook Link

For more information about restaurant savings during the Virtual Park City Gallery Stroll, visit parkcityrestaurants.com, or contact Christa Graff, of Graff Public Relations, at christa@graffpr.com or 435-640-7921.

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.