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Vertical Diner Gets Peta2 Nod

Also: Jupiter Bowl Honored, Plum Alley Opens

By Ted Scheffler
Posted // December 23,2011 -

Vertical Diner Up for Peta2 Award
Vertical Diner has been named a finalist for a Libby Award for Best Local Restaurant by peta2, PETA’s youth division. The sixth-annual Libby Awards (“Libby” is for “liberation”) honor animal-friendly people and products. Visitors to can vote for their favorites in each category, and peta2 will choose the winners. “Vertical Diner shows how real food lovers can indulge themselves without harming animals or their own health,” says peta2 division manager Marta Holmberg. “More and more people are demanding vegan options, and Vertical Diner is answering the call in the most delicious ways imaginable.” The peta2 Libby Award winners will be announced Jan. 17.

Jupiter Bowl Honored by SKI Magazine
Park City’s Jupiter Bowl—which has the best food and drink, hands down, of any bowling center I’ve ever set foot in—was recognized in SKI Magazine as the nation’s “top apres-ski spot for all ages.” “We’re thrilled to receive this distinction by SKI Magazine, the premiere publication read by 1.5 million ski enthusiasts,” says Damon Kuemmel, sales and marketing manager for Jupiter Bowl. “While apres ski is an activity traditionally associated with adults, Jupiter Bowl has succeeded in creating an environment with programming that truly appeals to a wide audience, from families to hipsters to corporate groups. It seems logical that the world-class skiing Park City is renowned for is complemented by a high-caliber apres-ski offering such as Jupiter Bowl.” The Lift Grill & Lounge at Jupiter Bowl offers terrific hand-tossed pizzas, great salads, burgers and delicious specialties like the buttermilk fried chicken atop white-cheddar mac & cheese. Visit for more information.

Plum Alley Open
Plum Alley (111 E. Broadway, 801-355-0543)—a new venture from the creators of the wildly popular Copper Onion—is now open for dinner Tuesday through Saturday, serving an eclectic array of Southeast Asian dishes in a funky, low-key atmosphere. Menu items include spicy pork larb salad, pork-belly satay, green curry with bone marrow and braised beef, coconut-milk-braised short ribs, vermicelli noodles and crab with cilantro, kimchi stew, duck salad and more, including wine, beer, cocktails and an selection of unusual soft drinks.

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Posted // January 6,2012 at 00:59

i think its great what sages and vertical do.  both places really help the cause.  both places focus on how animals are treated, but what about the humans that work for the man who owns both locations?  he treats them like dirt.  why support someone who cant pull it together to bekind to another human but gets so much praise for being "as vegan" as possible?  Next time your in ask if it's 100% vegan