From an intimate whiskey dinner to a Sunday spent tasting creations from top chefs and winemakers, these events are worth adding to your warm-weather agenda.
June 17, pricing varies
Nearly two dozen of the area’s top restaurants set up tables down the center of Main Street to form Park City’s largest and most beloved dinner party. Chefs at each participating restaurant showcase special menus and drink offerings, leaving guests with a satisfied palate.
June 24, $125
Arizona-based Cloth & Flame is launching a tour of its popular Wilderness Dinners right here in Park City and they want you to join them. Here’s the deal: you’ll be transported to one of the Park City-area’s most picturesque landscapes for an al fresco dinner specially prepared by a local chef. What’s better is that 20 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Save Bonanza Flats campaign.
July 6–9, pricing varies
This more-than-decade-old, four-day-long party kicks off with popular Wine on the Mountain at Blue Sky Ranch. Other highlights include Stroll of Park City on Main Street and activities like mountain biking and hiking followed by lunches with local and regional vintners, distillers, and brewers.
Aug 6, $105 to $150 per person
More than 50 talented Utah chefs, bakers, wineries, and craft beer makers come together at Solitude Mountain Resort to put on this highly anticipated, very chill Sunday afternoon affair to help fight hunger in Utah. The afternoon includes live music and a silent auction as well.
Aug 12, $200 per person
Join five of Park City’s top chefs at Copper Moose Farm for a magical night under the stars (and full moon, weather permitting, of course). Sip on harvest-inspired signature cocktails, tour the farm, and learn about each course and wine pairing from the experts themselves.
Every Saturday-Sunday, Aug 12 - Oct. 15, free admission
For more than 30 years, Utahns from near and far have flocked to Snowbird’s Oktoberfest, an annual festival of all things German. The event includes a biergarten with more than 50 varieties of beer, sing-alongs, and entertainment in the Grand Tent, children’s games, and, of course, lots of food.
Sept 3, $100 per person
Sundance’s first-ever food and wine festival will showcase 20 local restaurants and 20 wineries offering samples and varietal tastings. Take a break from food and wine consumption to enjoy live music on Ray’s Lawn. (Sundance also hosts the on-mountain Bearclaw Supper Club.)