Private chefs in Park City offer a range of services, from dropping off dinner to taking over the kitchen to prepare a signature meal for you and a handful of your favorite guests. For special occasions and intimate parties, these local artists work their magic to create experiences that exceed expectations, providing a touch of luxury and drama to savor for years to come.
Local catering queen Rebekah Abrams recently opened a brand-new kitchen facility, rolling out a Monday meal delivery program specializing in organic and locally sourced ingredients (choice of seven entrées, including gluten-free options). Additional services range from pre-stocking kitchens with gourmet entrées and snacks to in-house cheffing for entertaining guests and extended family—think Sunday morning brunch, après-ski themed dinners, and decadent and delicious celebrations. A sample of winter menu items includes spinach and ricotta dumplings, pumpkin farro, coffee-rubbed rib eye or NY strip, miso-rubbed cod, and butterscotch ripple cake or pear and blueberry crostata, among many other delectable options.
World Kitchen Private Chef Services
Longtime locals and visitors who remember the extravagant array of meats and cheeses and the exquisite beauty of the produce at Chef David Berkowitz’s gourmet food store Campagne and over-the-top dinners at Montagne Kitchen understand the extensive knowledge and passion Chef David (also a cheesemonger and forager) brings to the table. Equally comfortable creating nine-course Italian or Asian plated dinners and themed menus centered around après-ski or cassoulet, Chef David also offers sushi and ramen bars and omakase dinners in tandem with local legend Chef Mikey.
Chef Joseph Saladyga of Savoury Kitchen, now in his third decade working in the restaurant and catering industry, takes pride in crafting meals centered on the guest experience. “We’ve worked hard to redefine the idea of catering,” Saladyga explains. “It’s the food and smells and tastes of a meal that truly create the memory of these experiences we share together, and that’s what this business is all about for me.” Savoury Kitchen offers a range of services from drop-and-go meals to in-home cheffing to seven-course plated dinners with wine pairings. Standout items include roasted beet and dilled chèvre salad, ancho-rubbed beef tenderloin, and a heavenly buttermilk panna cotta.
If you haven’t sampled Emily Burney’s famous pies and cookies at the Park Silly Market, you’re in for a treat—warm, buttery, flaky goodness in every bite. Pick up Auntie Em’s pies and treats at their new home in The Market in Snow Creek, or order seasonal favorites like maple bourbon pecan, triple berry crumble, vanilla bean sugar cream, sweet cherry, and saucy apple crumble ($30 each) direct from the source.