Park City Food and Wine Classic Tickets on Sale

Tickets are now available for the 13th annual Park City Food & Wine Classic from July 6 – 9. Utah’s Wasatch Mountains will welcome internationally-known chefs, vintners, sommeliers, brewers, and distillers to offer an unforgettable experience of food and wine tastings, cooking demonstrations, and live music paired with access to world-class mountain recreation including hiking, mountain biking, cycling, fly fishing, and more.

The Classic kicks off July 6 with Wine on the Mountain, an exclusive event to sample exquisite culinary creations, spend one-on-one time with wine experts, and enjoy live music in an intimate setting at Montage Deer Valley. Historic Main Street’s Stroll of Park City takes place July 7 with offerings from Park City’s extensive collection of award-winning restaurants and local retailers. Stroll VIP tickets allow guests to enjoy 30 extra minutes and skip the lines. The Toast of Park City on July 8 features an impressive selection of premium wines, beer, spirits, and gourmet food purveyors, along with live music on the lawn of the DeJoria Event Center near the Uinta foothills. Toast tickets include complimentary round-trip transportation from Park City.

Tickets can be purchased online at parkcityfoodandwineclassic.com. Be sure to check the website frequently for updates on additional culinary events as they are confirmed for this year’s Classic.

Event proceeds benefit the People’s Health Clinic, a nonprofit healthcare provider that serves uninsured individuals and families in Utah’s Summit and Wasatch counties.

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Caputo’s Annual Chocolate Festival

The fifth annual Caputo’s Chocolate Festival is just around the corner. This event sells out each year, and features some of the region’s best chefs and chocolate makers. Additionally, each year one chocolate maker is spotlighted, and this year the spotlight shines on one of our own: local chocolate producer Amano Chocolate.

Amano was part of the first wave of craft chocolate makers in the US. When they got started there were only about 14 other chocolate makers, including giants like Hershey’s. Now there are hundreds. Amano’s chocolate making style is one of a kind. One the scale from loud, brash American to sophisticated European, Amano achieves what makes each style great, without sacrifice. -Matt Caputo

This year’s culinary lineup includes Briar Handly and Alexa Norlin of HSL, Courtney McDowell of Pallet, Akane Nakamura of Naked Fish, Amber Billingsley of Amour Cafe, and Alicia Pacheco of Publik Kitchen. Amazing chocolate will be the main player in all of their creations.

Wine will be supplied by Libation, beer by Avenues Proper, craft cocktails mixed by Water Witch Bar, and coffee by La Barba.

The chocolate festival takes place on Thursday, November 17th. Doors open at 7pm at Caputo’s Deli downtown (314 W 300 S). Admission $35, plus $15 for the optional alcohol beverage pairings. Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling (801) 531-8669 or visiting Caputo’s Deli online.

All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Heirloom Cacao Preservation Initiative.

 

8th Annual Feast of Five Senses

Slow Food Utah is an organization dedicated to promoting local, slow food as a counterpoint to our busy, fast-paced (and often fast-food-filled) lives. It is a nonprofit that extends grants to people interested in building their own small farms or urban gardens.

Every year they put on the Feast of Five Senses, which is their annual fundraiser. This year, they have quite the all-star cast providing delicious bites at the event:

Greg Neville of Lugano
Brian Edwards of Alta Club
Nathan Powers of Bambara
Kassie Little of Liberty Heights Fresh
Amber Billingsley of Vinto
Phelix Gardner of Finca
Romina Rasmussen of Les Madeleines
Ethan Lappe of Caffe Niche
 
Wine by Frances Fecteau of Libation LLC
Beer by Uinta Brewing

The event will be held on Sunday, September 16th at 5:30pm, located at the Alta Club, 100 E South Temple. Cost is $120/person, or if you opt for the food-only option without wine it’s $85.

You can find more info on their website.