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Midway, Utah: 18 Miles and a World Away

Midway, Utah: 18 Miles and a World Away February 16, 2012 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Midway's Town Hall (Edgar Zuniga Jr. image; www.flickr.com) Park City offers much more than most people could hope to experience on a single vacation: three major ski resorts, a flourishing restaurant and shopping scene, and more art galleries than you can count on all your fingers and toes. However,...

A Day Trip to Park City

A Day Trip to Park City January 23, 2012 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Ski Jumpers at the Utah Olympic Park (randwill image; www.flickr.com) Perhaps you’re staying in Salt Lake City on business and have one day off. Or you’re driving through Utah on I-80, and want to see Park City. Whatever the reason, if you have only a day to spend in Park City, you’ll...

Park City’s Best Cafes

Park City’s Best Cafes December 6, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Ian Sane image; www.flickr.com Park City has numerous cafes from which to choose. All brew delicious coffee, and provide welcoming atmospheres –rendering each a viable location for your morning cup of mud. But if you’re looking to get a bit more out of your coffee trip, you should know that each...

Best (Relatively) Cheap Eats in Park City

Best (Relatively) Cheap Eats in Park City November 6, 2011 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
Toprankonlinemarketing image; www.flickr.com The words “cheap” and “Park City” ordinarily don’t go together. In fact, Park City is home to some of Utah’s most expensive and hoity-toity establishments –and its restaurants are no exception to this stereotype. However, it is possible...

Park City’s Best Pizza

Park City’s Best Pizza July 27, 2011 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
Main Street Pizza and Noodle (530 Main Street; 435-645-8878) is perhaps Park City’s most classic, simple, and family-friendly pizza restaurant. Though many pizza joints have gone the way of the brick oven, turned gourmand, or otherwise began crafting an alternative version of this dish, Main Street...

My Take on Salt Lake

September 18, 2010 | Food, Hotels | Read More
Photo: Courtesy of Log Haven Dear Utah: You had me at first glance. As soon as I peered out the airplane window at 30,000 feet, your snow-capped mountains welcomed me, as if saying where have you been and why have you been skiing the East Coast your whole life? (Okay, truth be told, that’s really...