Upcoming :: Taste of the Wasatch

Wine and beautiful weather at last year's Taste of the Wasatch event at Solitude Mountain Resort.
Wine and beautiful weather at last year's Taste of the Wasatch event.

Have you ever wished that you could taste a bunch of Utah’s best restaurants all in one sitting?  Or have you ever wondered what the food at a particular restaurant was like but didn’t want to devote an entire meal to it just to experiment?  Well now you can do both at the Taste of the Wasatch event!

Wine and beautiful weather at last year's Taste of the Wasatch event at Solitude Mountain Resort.
Wine and beautiful weather at last year’s Taste of the Wasatch event.

Taste of the Wasatch is one of the best culinary events of the summer and it’s happening on August 3, 2014.  The event showcases more than 50 of Utah’s best restaurants all in one place.  And not just any place, but the beautiful background of Solitude Mountain Resort.

If that’s not good enough, all–yes 100 percent!–of the proceeds go to fight hunger in Utah.  How awesome is that?  So not only do you get to try a bunch of awesome food (and wine!), meet some of the people behind the restaurants as they serve food, hang out at Solitude Mountain Resort, but you’re also supporting a great cause.

A plate of treats from Taste of the Wasatch at Solitude Mountain Resort.
Last year I started my feast with dessert.

Here are just a few of the great restaurants participating in this year’s event (with links to my reviews):  The Aerie, Del Mar al Lago, Log Haven, Pago, Finca, Pallet, Red Iguana, Riverhorse on Main, Trio and more!  The full list of restaurants and courses is on The Utah Review here.

Taste of the Wasatch is Sunday, August 3, 2014 from 12-4 p.m.  Tickets are $125 for VIP (which includes a reserved seat) and $90 for general admission.  Click here for tickets.  But act fast, last year the event sold out quickly.  You must be 21 to attend.

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