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Boutique Shares its Nest
The owners of Main Street’s popular clothing boutique, Flight, expanded their
offerings in early 2011 by opening another store just across the street. Now the fashionistas are sharing
that space with home decor retailer Root’d.
The newly-remodeled store boasts everything from original jewelry and haute couture to crack-resistant mango wood bowls and hand-blown glass by Juliska. The store is an eclectic blend of metals, stone,
reclaimed wood and leather -- and it works.
“I found that by mixing materials you can create
cool and unique looks,” said Melissa Crotty, Root’d’s owner.
Root’d is designed to be easy to walk through, enabling the
pieces to stand out. Items range from a $5 candle to a $4,000 piece of furniture.
Italy comes to Old Town
Al Denete, formerly known as Jean Louis, is saying au revoir to French cuisine and ciao to Italian fare.
After five years in the Gateway Center, Jean Louis Montecot, the original restaurant’s founder and namesake, has stepped away. The establishment’s remaining partners teamed up with Soo Chyung, owner of Park City’s award-winning sushi restaurant Yuki Arashi, to rebrand the venue.
Patrons can now look forward to heaping portions of hearty pastas -- such as homemade ravioli stuffed with duck confit, and spinach gnocchi -- and a wine list chock full of fine Italian vintages. Desserts such as tiramisu and gelato help to round out the culinary experience to perfection.
Slopeside Sustenance &
Downtown Dining With more than 100 restaurants that inhabit our quaint mountain town, one never needs to look far to please their palate and satisfy their post- activity appetite.
A Star is Born
After a powder day at Park City Mountain Resort, replenishing yourself with a plate full of home-style comfort food is just what the ski patrol ordered. Silver Star Cafe, part of Silver Star Village (winner of the Utah Heritage Award for its impressive restoration of the historic Spiro Mine site), is a rustic, intimate space with a family-friend menu made up of primarily-made-from-scratch items. Order anything from full entrees -- such as the pan-seared Alaskan halibut with smoked tomato coulis, warm roasted fingerling potato and apple salad -- to hearth-fired pizzas and fresh salads.
Along with the dee-lish dishes, patrons can enjoy fantastic views of the cross-country ski track at Park City Golf Course, backdropped by the majestic Uinta Mountains.
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