Local restaurateur/chef Ian Brandt, who is the brain behind Vertical Diner, Sage’s Café and Cali’s Natural Foods, has launched a new enterprise in Trolley Square. It’s called Cafe SuperNatural (great name—wish I’d thought of it!) and is conveniently situated next to Prana Yoga Studio. The modern, attractive, IKEA-style eatery features a 100 percent plant-based, peanut-free and gluten-free menu; all foods are raw, steamed, or cooked with a minimum of oils. The menu includes items such as raw-food wraps, blue-corn winter-squash tamales, hummus, salads, fresh-pressed juices, lattes and more, and there’s also complimentary Wi-Fi. All menu items are under $10. Visit CafeSuperNatural.com for more information.
After an ownership hiccup (which I forecasted), Park City’s Silver restaurant (508 Main, 435-940-1000) has reopened with new ownership and new menus, but with the same eye-popping décor and ambiance. The restaurant is now owned by a consortium from Jackson, Wyo., called the Fine Dining Restaurant Group. Their Jackson Hole properties include Rendezvous Bistro, Q Roadhouse, Il Villaggio Osteria, The Kitchen and Bistro Catering. The revamped menu at Silver includes items such as Snake River Farms “Black Label” rib-eye, goose-leg confit, robiola porcini ravioli, wild-mushroom Chianti risotto and sides like pomegranate-fried Brussels sprouts, truffle fries and braised heirloom carrots. In addition, the wine cellar has an inventory of more than 3,000 bottles, and a DJ provides tunes on the weekend. Visit SilverRestaurant.com for more information.
Park City Restaurants
Your first choice for navigating the Utah restaurant scene ought to be, of course, our extensive restaurant listings. However, if you’re looking specifically for Park City restaurant info, you might want to check out the snazzy new Website of the Park City Area Restaurant Association, which is interactive and includes info on restaurants, bars and events, along with a roundup of daily, weekly and monthly specials at specific establishments. To check it out, visit ParkCityRestaurants.com.
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