Celebrate Thanksgiving with a side from Deer Valley Grocery~Café, a housemade pie from Deer Valley’s Bakery, or a three course meal at The Brass Tag. No matter how you slice it, Deer Valley has you covered this Thanksgiving. Deer Valley Grocery~Café Enjoy sides, starters and desserts to-go this Thanksgiving from Deer Valley Grocery~Café. Focus on
Deer Valley Resort, with its award-winning resort dining, is providing Thanksgiving feasts for visiting guests and those looking for a stress-free Thanksgiving holiday. Menus with dine-in or take-away gourmet options are available from The Brass Tag and Deer Valley Grocery~Café. Offering a prix-fixe dinner for two at $48 per person, The Brass Tag will feature
As Thanksgiving came—and went—Jeff and I found ourselves reflecting upon how grateful we are to have lucked into a life in Utah. Our move to Park City in 2001 was hardly premeditated. To be sure, it wasn’t altogether a well-thought-out decision. Honestly, being in Park City on vacation just felt right, and the idea of
I wasn’t sure if I could handle the winter here when my husband suggested we move from Northern California to Park City. But living here for the past year has been even better than I could have imagined. Granted, the locals tell me we had a very mild winter last year, but we did it.
Watch as Letty Flatt demonstrates how to make the perfect Pumpkin Pie. Perfect for your Thanksgiving dessert needs! You can find Letty’s cookbook, Chocolate Snowball, at the resort’s Deer Valley~Grocery Cafe or our online Signatures store. You still have time to order your Thanksgiving pies or additional sides, by ordering by Monday, November 19. You can
This is not the last time you will read that particular line in my posts. I often say that the cookies at Deer Valley, consumed at lunch on my first ski trip to Park City, were a deciding factor in our plan to move here. Letty Flatt, Deer Valley’s inspired executive pastry chef, and her