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Food Bank Car Show, Crafty Pop-Ups & D.I.Y. Vendors 

All car and motor bike entry fees will be donated to Utah Food Bank.

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Food Bank Car Show
Vroom! Vroom! On Saturday, June 11, 2016, Fratelli Ristorante (9236 S. Village Shop Drive, Sandy, FratelliUtah.com) hosts its ninth annual car show and pancake breakfast to benefit the Utah Food Bank. Exotic and classic cars and motorcycles from around Utah, including Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini, will be on display and live music will be provided by DJ Sayo. The event runs from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., with the pancake breakfast in the morning and lunch specials, too. All car and motor bike entry fees will be donated to Utah Food Bank. The car show is free to all. For more information, call 801-495-4550.

Crafty Pop-Ups
Culinary Crafts is an award-winning off-premise caterer—the largest in state, founded by "Utah's Martha Stewart," Mary Crafts. In June, Culinary Crafts will host two unique, single-night, pop-up restaurant events. First, on Saturday, June 4, Snuck Farms in Pleasant Grove (504 W. 1100 North) will be the venue for the "Scenic Route" pop-up dinner. Enjoy a beautiful drive to Snuck Farms before a six-course "modernist epicurean homestyle" dinner including dishes utilizing local artisan products ranging from Snuck Farm's organic greens, edible flowers and herbs, to foods from Heber Valley Dairy and Beehive Cheese. The dinner is from 7 to 10 p.m., and tickets are $115 per person. Guests may bring their own wine. Corkage and wine glasses are provided at no cost.

Then, on Saturday, June 18, in conjunction with PUREfourhundred and Old Town Cellars, Culinary Crafts pops up at Savor Park City, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Old Town Cellars (890 Main). The multi-course "modernist Mountain West" dining event features wines matched with each course. The cost for the evening—including wine pairings, tax and gratuity—is $200 per person. For more information and tickets for these pop-up dinners, visit CulinaryCrafts.com.

D.I.Y. Vendors
Utah's D.I.Y. organization Craft Lake City has announced its 2016 DIY Festival food vendors. They are Banh Mi Time, Chedda Truck, Cupbop, Even Stevens, La Table Crepes, Mama Africa, Pineapple Project, Rob's Cheesesteaks and The Pie Pizzeria. Check out CraftLakeCity.com

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