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Park City Arts Fest Foods
The 46th annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival kicks off this year on July 31 and will continue through Aug. 2 on historic Main Street in Park City. In addition to great art, this year's festival will also feature a number of "food happenings." New to the 2015 festival are Taste of Art, Utah Artisan Tasting and the Food Truck Round-Up. The Artisan Tasting will highlight four Utah-based craft-food producers: Amour Spreads, Desire Desserts, Julie Ann Caramels and Millcreek Cacao Roasters. The Wasatch Brew Pub parking lot will be the scene for mobile fare, featuring trucks from Reef's, La Table Crepes, Rolling Mountain Bistro and Bruges Waffles, plus a beer garden and live music. Finally, restaurants collaborating with The Kimball Arts Center for the Taste of Art program—with special promotions and pricing for Arts Festival weekend—include Wahso, Chimayo, La Niche, Grappa, Bangkok Thai on Main and Baja Cantina. For a complete listing of attractions, events and schedules, visit ParkCityKimballArtsFestival.org.

South American 'Cue
Tucanos Brazilian Grill at The Gatewayis currently featuring its summer special Brazilian barbecue. In addition to the regular menu, diners can enjoy specially prepared pulled pork, brisket and dry-rubbed barbecue chicken with Tucanos' Amazon Curse and Brazilian Passion barbecue sauces. (Tucanos.com)

Brunch With a View
Every Sunday through Oct. 4, Snowbasin Resort (Snowbasin.com) will host an all-you-can-eat Mountaintop Brunch at Needles Lodge, with two seatings daily, at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Menu items change weekly, but typical selections include cheese boards and smoked-fish trays; eggs Benedict; waffle, crepe & omelet stations; Prime rib; a seafood display; salads and fresh fruits; fresh-baked pastries, breads and homemade desserts, plus much more. All produce is grown locally at Borski Farm in Ogden. The cost of $30 per person includes a Gondola ride for adults with a valid season pass; $35 per adult for non-pass holders; $15 per youth (6-11 years) for passholders; and $20 for youth non-passholders. Age 5 and under ride and eat free. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 801-620-1021.

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